Konstantinos Doukas is the President and CEO of Doukas School (www.doukas.gr), a private education institution with a tradition of more than 105 years. As a third-generation owner, previously or parallel with his work at the school, Konstantinos held several teaching, research and administrative positions mainly in the private sector, specifically as Systems Manager Assistant at the TC Computer Lab of Columbia University (NYC), Scientific Consultant to Project Athena at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston, MA), President & CEO, at the Information Society SA (www.ktpae.gr) and several boards of directors positions.
As an entrepreneur, he has founded several start-up companies in Greece and also Internationally, most of them still in operation, mainly in the area of technological innovations, use of ICT in education, supporting services in education and digital marketing services.
He is the founder and Chairman of SoFIA (School of the Future International Academy, www.sofianet.org), an International NGO focusing on supporting educational institutions and schools that wish to excel academically and operationally, by using global best practices and innovative methodologies.
He is also the co-author of more than 25 publications in Greek and International Conferences and Journals and co-editor of 5 Greek Conference Proceedings. He was the co-editor of the IGI Global Edition 2018: "Handbook of Research on Educational Design and Cloud Computing in Modern Classroom Settings", and the author of two very successful articles called “School graduation finals are “dead” - long live the student’s e-portfolio and Effort vs Value for Money (VfM) - How to maximize efficiency in services to ensure VfM.
Having the honor to have been awarded quite a few distinctions and awards, in the areas of Education, Sports, CSR, EdTech, the latest one being his nomination as one of “The 10 most Visionary Leaders in Education 2023” by the global organization CIOLook.
He holds an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science BSc from the National Technical University of Athens and an MA in Communications, Computers and Technology in Education from Columbia University (NYC).
In the past 25 years, Konstantinos has been a regular speaker at conferences on education, technology and the future of education in the USA, Europe and the Middle East.
He was born in 1964 has a family with 3 kids and his hobby is sports.