Angeliki currently spends her time between Seattle and Athens, advising companies & organizations on global, cross-cultural, strategic communications and sustainability projects. She advocates that effective projects start with active listening and guides senior executives and teams to engage with key stakeholders, responding to change with agility and accountability.
A firm believer that a more sustainable paradigm will only emerge through our collective creativity, she aims at inspiring business leaders in embracing sustainability principles; and volunteers her time to causes that enable businesses, NGOs, academia, and government to connect and drive innovation.
Angeliki has held senior positions in multinational companies & organizations, including Vodafone Greece, the Athens 2004 Olympics, Raycap, the Delegation of the European Commission in Washington DC, and the Woodrow Wilson Center.
She holds a BA from Georgetown University in Government & History, and a MA from The Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University in European Affairs & International Business. As a lifelong learner, she continues to study sustainable business development and holds numerous certifications.