Stephanos is of Greek-Cypriot origin and was born and raised in North London.
In his early life he attended St. Andrews (Church of England) primary school, and Highlands secondary school.
Looking at his qualifications Stephanos finished the University of Hertfordshire reading Economics, attaining a First Class Honours. Immediately afterwards Stephanos then finished at Kings College London and has a Merit in Public Policy MA. Stephanos also attended the Independent Greek School of Finchley where he attained an A-Level in Modern Greek Studies.
Stephanos has always taken a keen interest in politics, and from the age of 16 was elected as the youth representative for Enfield Southgate Conservative branch. This was the first step in his political journey, and today he is a Councillor representative for the north London area of Southgate, being the youngest elected in the London Borough of Enfield aged 21.
Stephanos is also Chairman of the Conservative Friends of Greece group, which is the Conservative Party group that promotes better bi-lateral relations between the UK and the Greece.
Aside his passion for politics, Stephanos also enjoys supporting and getting involved with local charities and youth groups. Today he is currently a committee member for NEPOMAK UK which is a youth group that brings Cypriots from across the nation together to promote the culture and heritage of the island. Stephanos also supports the UK Thalassaemia Society, a Southgate based charity that supports those who have Thalassaemia, and supports research going into its cure.
Stephanos was also a Governor for Walker Primary School, a local school in his ward.
Stephanos also once worked in the European Parliament as an attache for a senior British MEP.
Besides his political role, Stephanos enjoys travelling and has traveled if not most the Greek islands. He also enjoys exploring new cultures and trying new varieties of food.