Katerina holds an M.Sc. in Political Science - Global Environmental Governance from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and a B.A. in International and European Studies from Athens Panteion University. She has lived and worked in Greece, Italy and The Netherlands. She has been actively involved in working with American universities in developing studies abroad programs in Greece and has been coordinating cultural and educational activities since 2016. She has been involved in the implementation of EU-funded programs addressing social causes, including environmental sustainability, cultural exchange, innovation and learning development since 2012. Thanks to the support of the Fulbright Foundation, she had the chance to join the Salzburg Global Seminar - American Studies Program, a community of change-makers across diverse fields and backgrounds from all over the world. She had the opportunity to engage in open dialogues and forming relationships which are are crucial for enhancing our capacity to collaborate and exchange ideas for a better future. Connecting American Studies and democracy to politics, education, culture, migration and so much more, and culminating in meaningful and honest discussion and action, makes the SGS American Studies program a brilliant forum and a life-changing experience.
Salzburg Global Seminar
The Athens Centre
Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg, Austria
Salzburg Global American Studies Program: Democracy on the Front Lines: Polarization, Culture and Resilience in America and the World