The team

The Library4all team:


Eleni Geroulanou

Expert on museum education for children. She has over 28 years of experience in teaching and running museum programs for preschool children in Greece. She holds a BSc in Early Childhood Education from the University of Athens and a degree in Education from Wheelock College in Boston, where she specialized in teaching K-3 and Museum Education. Since 2000 she holds the post of Director of the Moraitis School kindergarten, a private school in Athens, Greece, where she began her teaching career 14 years earlier. She is the author of several books including “Nikiforos discovers emotions with the help of Cycladic figurines”, “The Benaki Museum Primer”, “Discovering Numbers at the National Art Gallery and Alexander Soutzos Museum and “Nikos Engonopoulos, a Primer for all ages” as well as several textbooks used in classrooms nationwide. She is a member of the Greek section of IBBY National Center and NAEYC.


Vassiliki Bouki 

Graduated from the School of Philosophy, University of Athens in 1988 and completed her PHD at the University of Westminster (London) in 1995. She has more than twenty years of teaching and research experience at higher ducation. She is Principal Lecturer at the University of Westminster and Fellow of British Computer Society. Her research interests are on ‘Educational Technologies’ and the ‘Cognitive Processes’ involved in new technologies. She has numerous publications in referred international conferences and journals. Best article for her paper: ‘Reading Strategies in Hypertexts and Factors Influencing Link Selection’ at the ED-MEDIA 2006 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications (AACE conference), Florida, USA. She is a Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS).

Anastasia Kalou

Access consultant with exhibition design background, specializing in inclusive design solutions for museums and heritage sites, aiming to increase the inclusion of disabled people in the cultural and tourism sectors. A great follower of the “Design for All” principles, winner of the gold medal at the 3rd Biennale of Young Architects in 2009 in Belarus in the public spaces category and award finalist in the Design for All Foundation Awards 2012 for promoting inclusivity in museums.
Works closely with disabled people in all projects, whether designing inclusive exhibitions, access auditing buildings, organizing access-awareness training workshops or putting together multi-sensory tourism experiences. She has studied 3-d Interior Design (BTEC-HND) at University of the Arts London, Chelsea College of Art and Design and Graphic Information Design (BA) at Harrow School of Design and Media.
Xenia P. Papastavrou 

Since she was young, Xenia dreamed of working in a humanitarian organization in a faraway country, a dream that finally came true in her own home when she thought of creating a website to link people in need of food with those who have surplus food so that nothing is wasted. Hence, in May 2011, BOROUME was born as a platform that saves food and ensures its donation to those who need it most. Xenia has studied Ancient Greek and Philosophy at Edinburgh University and Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management at the London School of Economics. She is a writer of poetry and in 2006, she completed the UK Open University’s Creative Writing Course. From 1999 until 2012, she worked as a senior editor for the website of the Lambrakis Press where she designed the first vortal for Agrotourism, and as a project manager at the Lambrakis Foundation where she designed the Foundation’s Education vortal and as a senior editor of Discovery & Science Magazine of the Lambrakis Press. Also, she has taught Theory of Knowledge at the International Baccalaureate of the Moraitis School in Athens. Currently, she works for the Bodossaki Foundation.  


Marina Spyridonos

She studied History (BA) in the American College of Greece (Deree) and  then she took a postgraduate course in  Librarianship- Info Science at the London Metropolitan University (ex North London University), UK. She initially worked as a certified teacher for English, then as a librarian for a mining company followed by a series of assignments as a Personal Assistant in the areas of Environmental  Protection, Health and Safety (EHS) and last but not least the area of  Management Consultancy. Since her  late University years,  she was looking forward in getting involved as a volunteer doing a job with children and books. Her  involvement in volunteering  helped her to find out about Library4all, an  initiative,  whose goal is to provide primary education school libraries with books, nurturing, supporting and developing in this way the new generation of students. She feels very privileged, because Library4all gave her the opportunity to combine her affection for children with her love for books.


Agis Terzidis is a pediatrician and serves as special secretary of the board of directors of the Greek delegation of the international aid agency Doctors of the World.