Andrew Limouris ’94 named Hellene of the Year
Andrew Limouris ’94 of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, has received the Hellene of the Year Award from the Hellenic Bar Association Foundation.
According to the foundation, Limouris is president and CEO of Medix and Talentoday, a family of companies specialized in connecting talent to the right career opportunities and supporting employers with the right workforce solutions.
Outside of Medix, he mentors a child at the Raining Season orphanage in Freetown Sierra Leone, is a youth football coach and is board member of Camp Hometown Heroes, Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors.
As a proud Hellene, he supports the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago and is a parishioner at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, Elmhurst, Illinois. He served on Metropolitan Nathanael’s transition team and as a member of the Metropolis Council of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago from 2018-2019. He also is a frequent speaker for young adult ministries in the Metropolis focused on inspiring leadership in youths.
At Ripon, he majored in speech communication.
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