Dino Armiros serves as Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of the National Hellenic Museum and as Secretary of the organization. He has been involved with the Museum since 1993 in various capacities including serving as President between 1999 and 2003. During that time, he has seen the Museum flourish from loft space originally made available by the generosity of its board members though two temporary homes and now in its current location, a stunning 40,000 square foot modernist building, literally in the heart of Chicago’s Greektown. The Museum is a source of unending pride for Dino both as a Trustee and as a Greek American. Dino was born in Greece and emigrated to the United States in 1955 with his family. He grew up in Milwaukee, upstairs from his parents’ 19 seat diner, attended the University of Wisconsin and then Boston University Law School. He has been practicing law in Chicago since the late 1970s and currently is counsel at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, a 400 lawyer business law firm with 16 offices throughout the Midwest, Northeast and Southeastern United States. He serves as the Chicago lead for the Firm’s Emerging Companies practice and represents a number of middle market businesses, institutional lenders, tech start-ups and various other business enterprises. He has extensive experience representing arts and media clients, and has been actively supporting Chicago’s arts community throughout his career. He has been married to Linda for over 28 years and they have two children, Zoe, age 26 and William, age 24.