Katie is the president of Praxis Greece and all of Praxis tasks are coordinated and directed by her. Furthermore, she helps the volunteers in their campaigns and supports their research. The target group of all work are young people from the local society and in general the European youth. In order to support young people, PRAXIS fosters the cooperation between schools and youth organizations on the one hand and trains a European Youth Competence Team which transfers knowledge and experience on the other hand.
Anna is the Programme Manager & consultant of Praxis. She has over 20 years’ experience managing projects but also working hands
on with youth in projects that are implemented in different European countries. Having worked at the local, national and
international level, she has a broad experience as project manager, youth trainer and youth advisor, facilitator, coach and mentor.
The themes of the programmes, projects and activities she has managed involve: youth policy, intercultural learning, cultural
management, citizenship and participation, social inclusion, diversity, gender, antiracism, prevention of social exclusion etc.
Through many years of experience in managing projects with volunteers, she has become an expert in participant& recruitment,
training and monitoring, but also in supervising staff working in the youth sector. With regards to project management, her
considerable skills include project monitoring and evaluation, media relations and marketing. In addition, she has an even longer
career in journalism and PR—starting in the mid-1980s. She has worked for the press, radio and television, and has a wealth of
experience on management for radio & television productions, promotion and advertising, organizing campaigns for raising
public awareness, and campaigning and positioning in the social media.
Georgia holds a BA in Greek Literature from Democritus University of Thrace,
specialized in Classical Studies and she owns a Certificate in Greek Sign Language. She also
holds an ECPE Certificate in English from Michigan University and a Delf B1 Certificate in French.
Her great interest in the education field led her to participate in several certified teaching
seminars, in Erasmus+ projects, in Youth Exchanges, in Training Courses, and in varied
Voluntary Projects. During her studies and afterwards, Georgia worked as a facilitator of
formal and non-formal educational activities at the Central Public Library of Serres and of
Reading Empowerment Sessions at the Central Public Library of Komotini.
Since 2015 she has been teaching to a wide range of students, as Ancient and Modern Greek
to Greek high-school students and Modern Greek to foreign students, both underage and
adults. She is also well experienced in the fields of distance learning. Currently, she organizes
events and campaigns as a mentor and trainer of Praxis volunteers and she continues teaching
voluntarily Modern Greek to immigrants and foreigners in NGOs.
Antigone is a Consultant, Project manager, Senior researcher and Strategist: over the years, Antigone has worked in a
number of projects with significant positive social impact, for NGOs, charitable foundations and local authorities in Greece and
abroad. Her work focuses on populations in danger of social exclusion, including refugees, low income and youth. She studied
physics at the University of Athens, high energy theoretical physics at Imperial College, and philosophy of physics at the London
School of Economics and Political Science. Prior to her engagement in projects with social impact, she held teaching and
research positions at the University of Patras, University of Minnesota, National Hellenic Research Foundation and University of
Athens, and was a visiting fellow at the University of Pittsburgh and Max Plank Institute in Dresden. She has also engaged in
secondary education on various occasions early on in her working life.`