Franco-Greek, Chryssanthi holds a degree in contemporary history from the Sorbonne and a master’s degree in economic intelligence from EGE. After initial international experience in the communications and public affairs sector, notably in Greece and the United States, she specialized in these same fields for players in the mutualism and social protection sectors and continued her career by joining the French National Assembly in 2017.

Parliamentary assistant to members of the presidential majority, including the current Chairman of the Law Commission, she deepened her experience of political circles by becoming deputy head of the cabinet at the Ministry of Industry, then parliamentary advisor to the Ministry of Health during the health crisis. At Commstrat, she is in charge of the healthcare client portfolio.