Tassos SmetopoulosFounder / Streeter / Coordinator
Tassos was born and raised in Athens. With twenty years of experience in addictions, he has participated in the first Training for the Trainers of the International Network of Social Streetwork “Dynamo” (Lisbon, 2013).
Regina was born in Athens. She studied Graphic Arts in Vakalo and Silkscreen Printing in London. She maintained a Silkscreen printing workshop in the 1990s, and at the same time participated in various photography exhibitions with complex techniques. Later on she was involved in Real Estate.
Tatiani BourdiCo-founder / Streeter / Coordinator of street actions
Tatiani was born in Athens and grew up in Loutraki. She studied Sociology at Deree American College. She has been participating in Steps activities since 2017. She loves cats, tattoos and loves to isolate herself with her music. She loves poetry and literature.
Zoe PetropoulouPsychologist / Streeter / Coordinator in the Escorts-Mediation program
Zoe grew up in Volos. She studied Psychology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and then came to Athens, where she graduated from the postgraduate program "Criminal Law and Dependencies". She started participating in Steps activities in 2019. She likes music scenes, travel, relaxing moments with friends.
Christina PsyrriSocial Worker / Streeter
Christina was born and raised in Athens. She studied Social Work at the University of West Attica with postgraduate studies in addictions at the Department of Medicine of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She has been participating in Steps activities since April 2020. She loves dancing and traveling, while she is particularly interested in learning foreign languages.
Vasileia Digidiki is a social and forensic psychologist and a Harvard University Instructor. She earned her PhD in social psychology from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and holds two master’s degrees, one in forensic psychology and one in social psychology.
Penny Travlou is a Lecturer in Cultural Geography and Theory in the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA), University of Edinburgh, UK. Her research focuses on the politics of public space, collaborative practices, spatial and social justice and ethnography.
Vasiliki S. Garopoulou
Vasiliki S. Garopoulou is a Professor of Special-Adapted Physical Education & Sport Science and a Scientific Counselor of Neurorehabilitation and Medical Exercise. She holds two Postgraduate Diplomas on “Multiple Sclerosis” from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (A.U.Th) with scholarships for her excellent performance.