Kostis Moussouroulis was born in 1963. He has graduated from the Athens University of Economy and Business and holds postgraduate degrees in European economy, public administration and international relations from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB).
From 1987 until 2004, he was a Senior Officer in the European Commission. In 2004 - 2007, he has been appointed Secretary General for Investments and Development in the Ministry of Economy and Finance and from 2007 - 2009, he served as Secretary General in the Ministry of Development, responsible for Energy and Natural Resources.
In 2009, he was elected, for the first time, Member of the Hellenic Parliament for the Chios Prefecture with Nea Dimokratia party. He was re-elected in 2012 and assumed the position of the Minister of Shipping, Maritime Affairs and the Aegean.
In 2010, he has been elected Member of the Municipal Council of Chios.
He has been Member of the Standing Committee for Production and Trade, while he was Responsible for the Regional Policy sector (2011-2012), as well as Parliamentary Representative for the Nea Dimokratia party.
Mr. Moussouroulis has introduced issues of economy, development, energy, etc in national and international fora and has published articles in the Greek and foreign Press.
He is the author of two books, entitled "Public options - A personal narration" (March 2010) and "Political Route 2009 - 2011" (April 2012), both published from Sideris Publications.
Mr. Moussouroulis speaks fluently French, English, Spanish and Italian.
He is married and father of three children.