Vice President in the Federation of Women’s Associations in Cyclades, responsible for projects and public relations. She holds a degree in English Literature & Philosophy and a M.A. in Cultural Studies. She has also studied Critical Theory and Cinema. With a broad experience in European projects (National Coordinator in INTERREG, project developer in ERASMUS+ K3, K2), Anna has had a permanent position in the Greek Ministry of Education since 2002 and currently works in public education as a high school principal. Her professional expertise includes lifelong learning, quality assurance and compensatory education. She has been involved in several projects focused on local development (gender mainstreaming, cultural heritage promotion, environmental volunteering, sports etc.)
Communicator Officer of OSYGY (Women’s Associations in Cyclades, Greece). Born and raised in Mykonos, Greece, Christina studied in the United States for 5 years as a full time student-athlete, before getting her AA degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences at Sierra College in California, and her BA degree in Communication at the University of Hawaii at Hilo. Throughout her time abroad, she was awarded for her academic and athletic excellence with multiple scholarships, and both athletic and academic recognitions.
Administrative support of OSYGY (Women’s Associations in Cyclades, Greece) and Project Management assistance at Erasmus+ projects (EAS SEGAS Cyclades union). Based in Athens, Eleftheria is a Communication Specialist, holding a Communication and Media Studies degree at UoA. She has worked as a public relations coordinator and a customer service representative at GEA – Grammo, Erato, Apollon, a non profit music licensing organization. Her professional experience includes working as a promoter in SPC (Sales Promotion Center) and in retail, as well. She is also fluent in English and is an amateur musician with knowledge in DAW programs.