Ms. Anna (Annie) Angelidou is a Communications professional and certified TEFL/TESOL Instructor with 10 years of experience in communications, ESL, EFL teaching, SAT, TOEFL, and IELTS examination preparation, writing, translating and copy editing, and is committed to helping students prepare to become whole, compassionate, value-driven and purpose-centered individuals able to navigate themselves through an increasingly ambiguous and ever-changing world.
Ms. Angelidou was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, in the United States and is an alumna of ACS Athens.
Maria Matakia was born in Mannheim, Germany and raised in Athens, Greece.
She studied Print Graphic Design but ever since she got her degree in 1996 she has been working as a Web Designer/Web Developer and hasn't stopped since.
Ms. Matakia joined the ACS Athens family in April 2018.
Leda Tsoukia is a visual artist, designer and illustrator. She has a bachelor degree in Literature from the University of Athens, Greece, and a Master’s of Fine Arts in Animation and Digital Arts from the School of Cinematic Arts of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, USA. Leda has worked in education for several years, teaching Fine Arts and Design classes in the US as well as Athens, Greece. She has been a freelancer in Graphic design, and Illustration for more than 13 years, and has worked in various educational institutions as an Art Director.
In 2004 she worked as a Designer and Project Manager for the ATHENS 2004 OLYMPIC GAMES Organizing Committee, and in 2011 as a Senior Designer for the Organizing Committee, Special Olympics World Summer Games 2011.
In 2013, while working as the Art Director of Publisto LtD, she received the EVGE award for the UI design of an educational app for the iPad.
Since September 2015, Ms. Tsoukia is the Creative/Art Coordinator at ACS Athens, in charge of creating and overseeing the visual design elements associated directly or indirectly with the school brand positioning, public relations and strategic marketing in order to convey the ACS Athens narrative.