Dr Angeliki Kosmopoulou
Dr Angeliki Kosmopoulou is a communications consultant. She holds a B.A. in History and Archaeology from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, a PhD in Classical Archaeology from Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania, USA and an MBA from Leicester University, in the UK.
Following a career in archaeology and cultural management (Foundation of the Hellenic World, Athens Convert Hall), she established “Logos Associates”, a boutique communications agency focusing on copywriting and consulting. She has worked for a broad clientele including multinational companies, small businesses, public and private organisations, politicians, artists and scholars.
She has served as a special advisor to the Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament and to the Minister of Culture. Currently, she is also a board member of The People's Trust and a mentor for women and new entrepreneurs.
Katie Laskaridis graduated from St Catherine’s British Embassy School in Athens where she completed the International Baccalaureate program. She holds a B.A. in Tourism and Business from the University of Westminster in London.
Katie has previously interned at Lampsa Hellenic Hotels S.A., more specifically at the Hotel Grande Bretagne. She is a Greek Champion in the sport of Show Jumping, whilst being an active member of the Greek national team for her age.
Furthermore, Katie has volunteered at a number of therapeutic riding centres in Athens and in her spare time she likes to draw and paint.
Eleni Stefanidou holds a B.A in Communication & Media Studies from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
She began her career as a sports reporter for ANT1 TV before moving onto Sports Marketing - designing and implementing sponsorship programs for companies, teams and major sporting events (Athens 2004 Olympic Games, Euro 2014).Since 2006, Eleni has worked in Communications & Public Relations. She served as Communications Director at “H+K Strategies” working on a prestigious roster of clients, including BAE Systems, Nestle, Xerox, Adecco and the Federation of Hellenic Food Industries. Eleni currently shares her time working for the A.C. Laskaridis Foundation and The People’s Trust adjacently.
Rebecca Eastmond is the founder & CEO of Greenwood Place.
Rebecca began her career as a charity lawyer at Allen & Overy, then became the CEO of The Prince’s Foundation for Arts & Kids - taking it from a start-up to working with 33,000 children. She was a Managing Director of J.P Morgan Private Bank in the U.K., leading the bank’s philanthropy advisory offering in the EMEA for almost a decade.
Rebecca serves on the board of two grant-making foundations whilst also being a trustee of Smart Works, and a global council member for Acumen, very different organisations that share a common approach of listening hard to people they seek to serve. She was a founder trustee of the House of Illustration and served on the board of the U.K.’s Philanthropy Review and has received numerous awards for her work in philanthropy.
Argyro Stamataki has worked in the advertising sector for large agencies such as Leon & Partners and Olympic DDB, starting as an Administration Assistant and continuing as an Account Executive. She knows the operational demands of an organization, both in the administrative and communication fields. Argyro is also a movie columnist, from time to time, for the online magazine “fragilemag.gr". She currently shares her time working for the A.C. Laskaridis Foundation and The People’s Trust.
Board of Directors
Evi Lazou is Chairman of the A.C. Laskaridis Charitable Foundation. Additionally, she is a founding partner and board member of The People's Trust, an organisation that provides business development services and micro-funding to start-ups and small, existing businesses in Greece. She is also one of the founding partners of Greenwood Place, a community of strategic philanthropists.
Evi has broad experience and has worked in marketing and operations, including as Executive Vice President Marketing for Hyatt Regency Hotels and Tourism Hellas S.A.
She holds a BA Magna Cum Laude with Honors in Organizational Behavior and French Civilisation from Brown University, Providence, RI and studied interior design at The New School, Parsons School of Design in New York. Originally from Greece, she currently lives in London with her partner and young son.
Chloe Maria Laskaridis
Chloe Laskaridis holds a B.A. in History and International Relations from the University of Reading, in the UK. She also holds a post-graduate degree in War Studies from King’s College in London and a post-graduate degree in Human Resource Management (MSc) from the London School of Economics.
Chloe has served as the Director of Corporate Development at Lampsa Hellenic Hotels SA since 2008.