Photini Tomai-Constantopoulou, archaeologist, author and senior state officer holds today an Ambassadorial rank.
She joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1985. In 1993 she was appointed Director of the Service of Diplomatic Archives , and in 2013 Special Envoy for Holocaust Issues.
Among many other state publications about WWII, Marshall Plan, Greece's participation in EU etc, she also wrote a number of archaeological articles, literature and fairy tales.
In 1998 she co-edited the volume "Records on the History of the Greek Jews", and since then she has been assigned with the documentation of the Holocaust through state sources.
Author of "Greeks in Auschwitz-Birkenau", "The Greek Righteous Among the Nations" and many articles about the Holocaust.
She was the first recipient of the Metropolitan Chrysostomos of Zakynthos Award (Washinghton D.C, 2011) for her efforts in combating Anti-semitism.
Deputy Head and Head of the Greek Delegation in IHRA ( 2005 - 2017 ), ESLI and ITS-Bad-Arolsen.