Nicholas J. Greanias
|Nicholas J. Greanias|
Attorney, diplomat, priest, professor
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Greanias served as a military attorney in the United States Army for eight years before joining a professional practice. He then joined the foreign service for over twenty-five years. During his tenure in the foreign service he taught at the Foreign Service Institution in Arlington, Virginia, and served as the United Nations political officer. He had also been stationed in Canada, Romania, Ukraine, Greece, New Zealand, and also served in Turkey and the Samoan Islands, serving as the Consul General at the Embassies.
Greanias taught at Loyola University for four years as an adjunct professor in American Foreign Policy. He has served as an adviser to members of the United States Congress, notably Representative Gus Bilirakis.
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