Introducing the Athens Street Team

07-09-2018


This past week, Interboro launched the Lycabettus Hill Mobile Engagement Station in Athens, Greece! In collaboration with the Municipality of Athens, Rebuild by Design, and 100 Resilient Cities, we designed three engagement tools to solicit input about Athens' highest hill. The team will be out in the streets and pubic spaces in Athens throughout the summer asking people for their thoughts and ideas about Lycabettus Hill. The Athens Street Team includes students from the Agricultural University, Harokopio University, and the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. The street team is managed by Anthi Christou, Stakeholder Engagement Manager at Resilient Athens. Keep an eye out for this amazing group! You can also find the locations of the mobile engagement station here:

Christina Andreopoulou

Christina Andreopoilou has received her diploma in Architecture from the University of Patras and is currently graduating with a Masters in Landscape Architecture from the Agricultural University of Athens. Her main interests are in the design of landscape and how it impacts everyday life. The speed at which we live in cities requires public urban (and rural) spaces with quality. It is her pleasure to contribute with the design, construction and management of these spaces that can upgrade everyday life and fill it with creativity and innovation.

Dimitra Kontodima

Dimitra is a student in the Geography Department at Harokopio University of Athens. She frequently volunteers for environmental organizations. In her free time, she enjoys reading, knitting, and traveling.

IOANNIS KONTOS

Ioannis received his Bachelors degree in Agricultural Science with a specialization in Horticulture Science from the Technological University of Cyprus in cooperation with the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He is currently graduating with a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture from the Agricultural University of Athens. His ambition is to inspire people around the world that they can contribute individually for a better quality of life which translates not only to the human race but the whole world as a living organism.

Eleni Toska

Eleni grew up in Nafplio, Peloponnese, and graduated as an Archeologist from the University of the Peloponnese at Kalamata and is now a Masters student in Cultural Heritage Management at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. As an Eramus+ trainee, she participated actively in the academic and research life of the Department of Archaeology and of the affiliated Centre for Spartan and Peloponnesian Studies of the University of Nottingham. Eleni has also worked as an intern at the Archaeological Museum of Nafplio and at the National Gallery - Alexandros Soutzos Museum - Department of Nafplio. When she's not volunteering on archaeological excavations or visiting museums in Athens, she likes working on her book projects and learning Japanese.

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