Leonidas Kalogeropoulos has been Delegate general of the Open Internet Project since 2016.
Lobbying consultant, graduate of the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, of the Institut Français de Presse and holder of a master’s degree in public law, Léonidas Kalogeropoulos runs the Cabinet Médiation & Arguments, which he founded in 1994.
Every two weeks, he appears on BFM radio in the morning show presented by Nicolas Doze, “Les Experts du 9-10” and regularly takes a stand in the national daily press, in articles published by Le Figaro, Le Monde and Atlantico…
Leonidas Kalogeropoulos is also the author of “Multimédia et Autoroutes de l’Information”, (Nathan, 1995) and the inventor of several products of general interest (Removable urban signs, Velocchio – a hand-held bicycle mirror that received the silver medal at the Lépine competition in 2010).
Anaïs Strauss joined the Open Internet Project as an adviser in 2016.
Anaïs Strauss holds a Master’s degree in European Affairs from the University of Paris-Sorbonne, and a double degree in German and French literature from the University of Burgundy and the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz. She joined the Mediation & Arguments team under Leonidas Kalogeropoulos in March 2015.
Anaïs Strauss did a first internship in Brussels at IBF International Consulting, a consulting firm for development aid projects funded by international organizations such as the World Bank or the European Commission.
Her professional career started in New York, as a mission officer at the European Delegation to the United Nations, in the Political Affairs and Security Council Department.
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