Journalist – Project Manager
I come from the island of Thasos. I studied journalism. I had been working as a journalist in printed and electronic regional media. Since 2006, I have had the honor of working in the Ladies Union of Drama-House of Open Hospitality (D.L.U) and developing along with it. I am honored to work for a second time in a European Economic Area program (ΕΕΑ Grants).
Economist – Street Worker
I was born in Serres, I studied (Business Administration in the University of Macedonia) in Thessaloniki, however, Drama won my heart and I have been living there since 2003. At first I was active as a volunteer member in the Ladies Union of Drama – House of Open Hospitality and I have been a member of the mobile school since March 2020. My motto is that “anything is possible with patience and perseverance”.
Sociologist – Street Worker
My name is Evgenidou Sofia. I was born in Kavala and grew up in Drama. I studied sociology in Sofia, I live and work in Drama. I am married and I have two children. I like reading detective novels, watching good adventure movies, cooking and going on excursions in nature. I love children of all ages very much and that is why I pursue working on programs that are associated with children’s education.
Driver – Street Worker
My name is Panagiotis Kotseridis. I was born in Germany, I live in Drama, I am married and I have two children. I like walking in nature, watching science fiction movies and playing with my children when I have the time. I am the driver of the van that transports the mobile school and the street workers team.
Social Worker – Street Worker
I was born and raised in Drama. Having always been a restless spirit, I like learning new things all the time. My three greatest loves are books, cats, and the sea. I studied social work in Komotini and I now work as a social worker. “The Mobile School Travels” program’s idea got me excited from the beginning because I believe in children and in their potential and I am sure that we as a team have a lot to offer.
“Many little people, in little places, doing little things, can change the face of the world”.