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Panayotis Tsoumas

Panayotis Tsoumas

Lexi-Logos Founder & Director

Panayotis attended courses in French Modern Letters, Journalism, Cultural Mediation and Communication briefly before choosing General and Applied Linguistics as his prime field of interest. He graduated from Paris 5 – Sorbonne with a master’s degree. To this day translation is one of the passions of his life.

He gave his first Greek lesson in 1996 and has been unstoppable ever since. After having spent 10 years in France, he came back home in 2005 and founded Greek Language & Culture Center where he spends his days trying to create a world of beautiful connections between people from all over the world through the Greek language and culture.

He appreciates real and imaginary stories in equal measure provided they’re being told in Greek.

  

  

  

  

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Anna Chassanakou

Anna Chassanakou

Lexi-Logos Head, Culture & Art

Anna Chassanakou is an art historian with extensive experience in art curatorship and design of cultural and art history programs. She has collaborated with art foundations, galleries, educational and cultural centers, as well as independent artists.

Holder of Bachelor’s Degree in Archaeology and Art history followed by Masters Degree in Cultural Education

Further specialisation in Curatorship, exhibition design and gallery management.

Currently tutor and head of Art, Culture & Communication at Lexi-logos center.

  

  

  

  

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Dimitra Adami

Dimitra Adami

Lexi-Logos Multilingual teacher

For Dimitra teaching of modern Greek as a foreign language is a source of immense inspiration. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Classical Studies and a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She has a lot of experience in translation and journalism.

Dimitra studied piano and choral singing and is passionate about music. Poetry, dance, and theater also count among her favorite hobbies.

  

  

  

  

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Manolis Moutsakis

Manolis Moutsakis

Lexi-Logos Language and Literature teacher

Manolis received his BA degree in Medieval and Modern Greek Studies from the Faculty of Greek Philology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. In October 2019, he enrolled in the MA Rhetoric, Humanities and Education of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He is also certified in special education and in teaching Modern Greek as a Second / Foreign Language.

To this day, he has been working as a Modern Greek Language teacher in private education as well as a Greek Language and Literature teacher for native Greek people.

Besides all things Greece, he loves reading and writing as well as learning new, foreign sayings and idioms, bearers of worldviews.

  

  

  

  

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Anastasia Mavraki

Anastasia Mavraki

Lexi-Logos Highly qualified teacher

Anastasia received her BA in Classical Studies from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and her MA in the field of Language Education for Refugees and Migrates. Between 2014-2019 she worked as full time and part-time teacher of Greek language in private educational organizations, offered private lessons, leveraging her specialty in ancient and modern Greek. She worked as a redactor in Power Politics which is the first scientific analysis website of international data in Greece.

Furthermore, she has been certified in special education, adult education and intercultural education. She has been certified in educational management, logotherapy and psychiatric clinic education. She lived and worked in California for 3 years. She has passion for teaching, loves life-long learning and she loves speaking for the greek civilisation.

  

  

  

  

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Anna Oikonomea

Anna Oikonomea

Respect for individuality, fun in class and adaptiveness are priorities in teaching

Anna holds a BA in History and Archaeology from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She did further studies in Primary Education also from the NKUA. She has specialized in teaching Greek as a Second Language at the University of Thessaly. She has also done courses in special education.

Working with adults has always been an inspiration and everyday challenge. She is always looking for the best way to impart knowledge, trying to adapt every time to the specific needs of the students. She had worked with different student profiles and settings.

To her, respect for individuality, fun in class and adaptiveness are priorities. Apart from her educational identity, she enjoys trips, nature and photography.

 

  

  

  

  

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Vasilia Solomou

Vasilia Solomou

Vasilia received her BA in Linguistics studies  and a 9th month Seninar of Intercultural Education, Communication and Language from the University of Athens. Between 2012-2023 she worked as part- time, full- time and volunteer teacher of Greek language as a second or foreign language in a Private educational school and other organizations.
Vasilia is a capable language instructor, who has been very successful in delivering a range of goal-oriented Greek language courses. She has taught adults and children and has been able to adapt and alter her teaching manner in order to suit their needs.

This period she is studying to enter to a MA to Applied Linguistics.

  

  

  

  

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Eirini Patila

Eirini Patila

Eirini comes form a beautiful island which is called Lesvos, located in the northeastern Aegean Sea. She holds a BA in Greek Philology from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and also a MA in Social Sciences and Humanities in Education. She extended her knowledge on Greek as a foreign or second language by attending seminars and working as a teacher to non-profit organizations for refugees and migrants.
Furthermore, she has studied and holds her flute Diploma recieved from the National Conservatory of Athens.
Her goal is to install a love of learning Greek in students and cultivate the Greek spirit world-wide.

  

  

  

  

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Lefteris Konstantinou

Lefteris Konstantinou

Lefteris received his B.A in history and ethnology from the Democritus University of Thrace. Also he received his Master’s degree in teaching Greek as a second foreign language from the University of Nicosia. Since 2015 he teaches Greek as a second foreign language, either in non-profit organizations or in private schools. In addition, he has specialized in adult education through seminars. He loves teaching the Greek language, culture and history to all students.

  

  

  

  

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