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Haralambos Bobby Geroulanos

Haralambos Bobby Geroulanos



Miami-Dade County, FL

Haralambos Bobby Geroulanos is a current student at the University of Miami. He's studying finance and business, which are areas he'd like to one day pursue a career in. When not focusing on school, Bobby Geroulanos enjoys traveling and helping out with philanthropies he feels passionate about.





Spinn Construction LLC

Personal Assistant

- Haralambos "Bobby" Geroulanos helped with administrative tasks and kept an organized schedule in order to best assist those in charge of Spinn Construction LLC.
- Haralambos Geroulanos oversaw projects and ensured they were successfully completed according to the company's guidelines.

University of Miami

Bachelor's Degree, Business/Finance

Haralambos Bobby Geroulanos is currently studying at the University of Miami in order to achieve an undergraduate degree in business/finance. He's incredibly passionate about these subjects and hopes he can one day use his degree to help advise family businesses and help them succeed in their industries.

"Believe you can and you're halfway there" - Theodore Roosevelt

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Bobby Geroulanos Photos

The Chew

Haralambos "Bobby" Geroulanos on the set of The Chew with Michael Symon


The Chew

Haralambos "Bobby" Geroulanos on the set of The Chew with Carla Hall


Geroulanos Family

Haralambos "Bobby" Geroulanos with his family members