My formal education consists of several interdisciplinary themes. During my doctoral research, I focused mainly on the promotion of a cultural monument that will contribute to the economic sustainability of the region. My acquired MA in International Relations has given me the ability to work on the regional and cultural development cooperation issues. Throughout my second MA in Cultural Heritage, I was critically assessing the international policy frameworks and institutional agendas regarding the promotion of heritage.
In addition, in 2015, I worked as a Research fellow at the Knowledge Centre of Kőszeg, Hungary of the University of Pannonia in the research topic of Complex system - Micro-Meso-Macro Change management (Health, Eurozone).
On May 2014, I received the Silver Medal in the 6th European exhibition of creativity and innovation of EUROINVENT in the topic of “Innovative research” which took place in Iasi, Romania with the subject Cultural and Economic Exploitation of Ancient Greek and Roman Monuments with special focus on Ancient Nicopolis.
Currently, I am the CEO of the NGO ‘AROGOS’, registered in the Portal of the Cultural organizations of the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports. It represents the interests of professionals involved in the management of cultural heritage and sees to start and improve the relationship with those who are concerned about the future of cultural heritage.
The main purpose of AROGOS, is to link research and innovation with the implementation of innovative programs and cultural events at local, national and international level to achieve economic and cultural sustainability as a long term goal.