Greek working team

Dr. Maria Symeonidou-Sideris

is an EU Project Consultant at Youthnet Hellas and she is acting as a joint Project Manager for BuDET along with Mrs Stella Ioannou.  She has job experience from the Public, Private and Non- Governmental sectors and has worked in Greece, USA and the UK.  She is currently working as an EU Project Manager at the Technical Institute of Heraklion Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Stella Ioannou

is an EU Project Coordinator at Youthnet Hellas and she is acting as a joint Project Manager for BuDET along with Dr. Maria Symeonidou-Sideris. She has job experience from the non- profit and non-governmental sector as a project coordinator, facilitator and mentor for European programs (Erasmus+, Youth in Action, EEA Grants, EYF, etc.).

Anastasia Oikonomoula

is an experienced youth worker with more than 4 years of experience and a freelance trainer working in both national and European projects for youth. In this project she is a facilitator for local events and for the international event in Greece.

Panayiotis Meletis

is a professional photographer and he is acting as a film maker for BUDET.

Maria Vergoula

is a teacher of economy, social studies and civic education at Arsakeio High School of Thessaloniki. She is involved in organizing workshops and activities for her students in the project.

Marialena Dandoulaki

studies political sciences at Kapodistriako University of Athens. She participated in the international project event in Poland and she helps organizing the international event in Greece.

Dafni Dimitra Drosou

studies computer science and telematics at Harokopio University of Athens. She participated in the international project event in Poland and she helps organizing the international event in Greece.

Panagiotis Kaplanis

studied History and Archeology at the University of Ioannina. Panagiotis Kaplanis is a postgraduate student of Prehistoric Archeology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Since 2014, he has been a member of ESN (European Students Network) Ioannina. He is responsible for public relations of ESN Ioannina and he has represented the organisation at several seminars both in Greece and abroad. He also is a member of historical and archeological missions in Greece and Albania.

Eleanna Bozini

studied Medieval and Modern Greek Literature at the Faculty of Philology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Eleanna Bozini has completed a term at the Department of Classics at Royal Holloway University, London as a participant of the Erasmus programme. She worked with the Hellenic Institute of Historical Research in its research programmes “Language, Learning, Translation, Concepts” and “Modern Epistolography”. She speaks Greek, English and French.