Eftychia (Lili) Chatzikonstantinou
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About Eftychia (Lili) Chatzikonstantinou
Lili supports the consultancy's content marketing, as well as client-facing digital communications and public affairs, contributing a unique blend of critical thinking and cross-cultural understanding.
Eftychia (Lili) Chatizkonstantinou is Greek and embraces the Greek virtues and ideals of a democratic world governed by respect, critical thinking and the freedom of ideas. She studied political sciences at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the University of Alcala de Henares in Madrid, and is also a graduate of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, where she completed a master’s degree in Public Relations and Public Communication. Her passion for foreign languages and civilizations is reflected in her thinking; she believes that you can only understand a culture and people if you know their language. This is why she decided to study French Language and Literature, and refine her knowledge of Spanish and English.
Lili has five years’ experience as a market researcher in a business consulting company in Greece, where her work focused on analyzing market trends, facilitation, and developing excellent communication and customer-oriented skills. She also brings experience as a Commission trainee in the Directorate-General for Communications, where she developed a passion for communications and a rigorous and methodical mind. In this role she also deepened her knowledge and experience of project management, event organization, participatory leadership, EU policy- making and administrative document drafting.
In her role as a Communications Assistant at Prospero, Lili brings enthusiasm and Digital Native skills to the team. She focuses largely on digital and marketing communications, as well as key communications work required for clients. Lili will also support our client-facing public affairs work, help with report and minute-writing, as well as a range of other administrative and management tasks.