Angeliki is passionate about imagining better systems for a fairer world and then coming up with a tactical plan to make them happen.
As the world is looking for hope, Angeliki ensures that the team’s message is always setting the agenda, stays conscious of its context, and is accessible to a variety of people. In practice, this means that she oversees the publishing process and gets deep into the ideas behind each publication. You can contact her for any co-authoring opportunities, or simply if you think your work should be published by Demos Helsinki!
Previously, she worked for Greece’s prominent think tank, diaNEOsis. Prior to that, she led Communications for one of London’s fastest-growing startups, KANO, bringing accessible computing into the hands of thousands of kids all over the world. She studied Politics at the University of Warwick and completed her MSc in Political Science & Political Economy at the London School of Economics.
Angeliki also worked as a waitress, where she witnessed both the kindness of the world and her very own privilege within it. Angeliki probably has the weirdest and most extensive Google history on the planet, which is why online ads never get her right. She’s still not sure if that’s a win.