Young Greek of the Week

first_imgNameJack Miriklis, 25.Your greatest achievementsBeing National President of and receiving life membership to NUGAS.How did you get to where you are now Perseverance, hard work, long hours and caring about the community.Your greatest challenge Leading a part of the community.Goal for the futureOwning my own IT company and continuing to serve the Greek-Australian community.Best moment of your lifeWatching as 700 people danced at the NUGAS ball and thinking, I helped create this.One word that describes youQuirky.Persons you most admire and whyJason Calacanis, a Greek-American tech entrepreneur and my girlfriend Regine for being as passionate about the Greek youth as I am.Best thing about being Greek-AustralianThe mix of culture, and our passion. If I could say anything to the Greek community… Greek youth are the next leaders of Greek-Australian community. Give us the ability and freedom to pursue new things, while guiding and educating us at the same time.Most embarrassing Greek momentWhen everyone sang Happy Birthday to me at the SAE Conference but I missed it because I was outside! Favourite place to go or hang out atVanilla in Oakleigh, Cafe Greco on Chapel Street and Pancake Parlour in Doncaster.Favourite Greek foodKeftedes.Song that I can’t get out of my head at the moment One Wild Night – Bon Jovi.I can’t live without…My girlfriend Regi, a frappe/coffee and my iPod. If I was Kevin Rudd for a day I would… Give massive tax breaks, then resign. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more