Lidia Kakourou (2013 BSSRPL)
Lidia Kakourou is born in Athens in October of 1990. I am 22 years old and i m studying law in the Kapodistrian University of Athens. Thus far, I have participated in 2 youth exchange programmes and I was the organiser of the second programme which was called ”discovering our neighbors”. I speak English, French and a little Turkish. I am interested in literature, cinema and human rights.
Kyriaki Panourgia (2013 BSSRPL)
Kitty Panourgia is a female entrepreneur, managing director of NEOANALYSIS LTD, based in Athens, Greece, with studies in the field of educational planning and organization in the context of regional development. She has completed her undergraduate studies in Greece in the field of social sciences, she continued her postgraduate studies at the University of Manchester (UK) and finally she got her PhD from the University of Geneva (CH) in the field of psychology and education. Her education from different countries and in three different languages (Greece, United Kingdom and Switzerland), and her five-year stay in France gave her the opportunity to experience different cultures and educational and socioeconomic systems which enlarged her horizons and her way of thinking. She is currently consultant to the Greek Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Development. She is a board member of the Association of Greek Business Women, general secretary of University of Manchester Alumni Association Greece (UMAAG), member of the women’s organization of Managers and Entrepreneurs (TOGME-EEDE), member of Industrial and Commercial Chamber of Greece (EBEA), Ambassador of the Greek Network for the promotion of female entrepreneurship and member of the European Network of Ambassadors of female entrepreneurship.
Ionna Profiri (2013 BSSRPL)
Ioanna Profyri graduated from the Department of History and Ethnology of Democritus University of Thrace and has master of the University of Vincennes – Saint Denis (Paris VIII), in Gender Studies. She worked as Advisor in Research Centre for Gender Equality, offering consultant services to women immigrants, refugees, Roma, single parents, victims of abuse. She also worked as teacher of Greek as a second / foreign language and history for immigrant students. At the present time she works as Responsible of the Gender Equality Office, in the framework of the “Action Plan for the promotion of Women in the Decision-Making Centres”, in Small Enterprises’ Institute of the Hellenic Confederation of Professionals, Craftsmen and Merchants which is a non-profit organisation that conducts research, studies and surveys, concerning the micro, small and medium-sized enterprises of the Greek economy.