General Manager at the Preschool Education Center “Amaryllis”

Graduate of Law School in Komotini and holder of the postgraduate degree in Environmental Technologies & Environmental Legislation of the Polytechnic School in Xanthi- both of them from the Democritus University of Thrace. During the first years of practicing law with parallel participation in organizations, experiential workshops and volunteer programs with a wide range of subjects, she decided to follow her dream and deal with the field of children and education.

In 2015, she co-founded and took on the role of general manager at the Preschool Education Center “Amaryllis” and then, in 2018, the Private Kindergarten “Amaryllis 4+”, with similar duties. The school units accommodate infants and toddlers from 4 months to 6 years old and are staffed by a large team of educators and external collaborators focusing on children, their families additionally on experiential pedagogical programs. During all this time, she obtained the title of Vocational Training of Infantry, was trained in holistic, interactive, experiential and playful learning, participated in programs such as the School of Animators, Parental Counseling, Life Coaching – Mentoring and Soft Skills, Womentors Empowerment of Young Women, while she is an active member in groups that represent and shape the new and creative horizons in education.

She completed her second postgraduate course in Administration and Organization of School Units of the School of Economics and Administration at the International University of Greece. She is currently studying at the interdepartmental postgraduate program entitled “Social Neuroscience, Social Pedagogy and Education” of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens. In parallel with her lifelong training, she continues to work with volunteering, organizing and supervising events and projects focusing on children and family management issues but also with issues such as entrepreneurship, empowerment and training of human resources.

Quote: Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.