Nicholas Logothetis is cofounder and chairman of Concordia, a nonprofit organization that develops and promotes public-private partnerships around pressing global issues. Mr. Logothetis is an entrepreneur with a lifelong interest in politics and international affairs.
While attending the Salisbury School in Connecticut, he and Concordia cofounder Matthew Swift developed and launched an after-school snack business with $5,000 seed capital. While the two young men were still at the school, their business earned $350,000 within two years. This early success attracted media attention from outlets such as ABC, NBC, and The New York Times.
Mr. Logothetis later attended the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University. During this time, he worked at the Fox News Channel, British Sky Broadcasting, Bryan Cave LLP, Husch Blackwell Sanders, and News Corporation.
Mr. Logothetis is a member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs London, The National Press Club, and the Overseas Press Club of America.