Lazaros studied mathematics at Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece. His undergraduate course was a four-year degree. He then moved to the Netherlands to continue his studies in Probability Theory, Operations Research and Statistics. In Eindhoven, Netherlands, he had the opportunity to work as an industrial mathematician. He conducted research on queueing models in blood testing procedures and the results have been published. Having completed his MSc in Industrial Mathematics, Lazaros moved to Portsmouth for another postgraduate study, the PGCE. During his studies, he worked in various roles including teaching in tuition centres as he always had a tendency to teach. In 2015, he moved to London to work as a maths teacher. Since then, Lazaros has worked in several schools and under different roles. He currently works as Assistant Principal at Ada. Lazaros is motivated by the belief that education transforms the life of people. He is a mathematician, teacher and leader, determined to help young people achieve their dreams.