Dimitra was born and raised in Thessaloniki, Greece, and has been a member of the NOMOS family since 2022. She started playing volleyball at the age of 14 and till the age of 18, she competed for the U15, U16, U17 and U18 National Team of Greece, while also competing in the top professional league in Greece. She holds a Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati, and is currently working towards her Masters of Social Work with a Clinical Concentration at Saint Louis University. In Cincinnati, she served as a Human Resources Intern and a Teaching Assistant in a statistics course for 3 consecutive semesters. She is also currently serving as a Graduate Assistant in the Social Work department at SLU; part of her research entails working with older adults suffering from dementia. She is working with the top professionals and faculty members at the institution, but most importantly in the Saint Louis Social Work community. Demy and her colleagues are also working on a research project, called Circle of Friends, and its purpose is to help seniors who experience loneliness and social isolation.
She contributed (game high 8 blocks) to Cincinnati's historic win against Pitt, which was No. 2 in the country back in 2019, to advance to the Sweet 16 in the NCAA tournament. During her first year as a Billiken, she played in 25 matches and 98 sets, and recorded 109 kills, 72 blocks (2nd in ranking), and 18 service aces.
Demy is currently involved with video-editing, mentoring student-athletes, and serving as a NIL specialist for NOMOS, while still competing during her last year of eligibility for the Billikens; she is patiently waiting to finish out her graduate studies and complete her Integrated Behavioral Health Fellowship for Youth and Children at SLU starting in the fall of 2023.