Mikail Chatzivasiliadis

Vice President of Executive and Financial Affairs
Active Since
Oct 2022
Country of Birth
Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Fun Fact:

I am the National Amateur MMA Panhellenic Champion of 2021

What is your personal goal for your IMSoG position?

As the Vice President of Executive and Financial Affairs for IMSoG, my main goal is to make sure our decision-making process is top-notch. It's all about being open, fair, and really tuned into what our members need. I want to make sure every decision we make reflects what's best for our student community. On the financial side, it's my job to keep our budget on track and make sure we're spending our money wisely and transparently. I'm focused on balancing our finances with the needs and goals of our union, making sure every dollar counts towards making our student experience richer and more engaging.

Why do you want to become a doctor?

Ever since I was little, I've had one big dream - to become a doctor. It's not just something I decided one day; it's been a part of who I am for as long as I can remember. But what really kicked my dream into overdrive was when my brother had surgery on his arm. Watching the doctors work, seeing how they fixed him up – it was like watching real-life superheroes. This wasn’t just textbook stuff; it was real life, real impact. I was totally fascinated. Growing up, this dream guided pretty much everything I did. I was always curious about how the body works. I also jumped at any chance to volunteer at local health events or shadow doctors, just to get a feel of what it's like in the real medical world. 

What really excites me about being a doctor isn't just the science, but the chance to really make a difference in someones’ life. To be there for someone when they're sick, to help them get better, or even just to make them smile on a tough day. 

So, yeah, becoming a doctor for me is more than a career choice. It's fulfilling a dream I've had since I was a kid, and I'm all in for whatever it takes to make it happen, one patient at a time.