Anastasia Siapka is the co-founder of “Code it Like a Girl” and “Geek Islands,” both awarded initiatives that bridge the digital divide in Greece among women and residents of remote areas, respectively. For her social impact, she has been awarded the Angelopoulos-Clinton Fellowship and has served as an International Exchange Alumna of the US State Department as well as a Women’s Entrepreneurship Day UN Student Ambassador. She has interned at the TechConnect Department of the New York Public Library and at the Press and Communications Office of the Embassy of Greece in London, while she has previously worked with the Eugenides Foundation, Microsoft Hellas, The Huffington Post, etc. Anastasia has studied Law at undergraduate and Public Administration at postgraduate level and is currently pursuing an MA Philosophy at King’s College London. Her academic and professional interests lie at the intersection of ethics, technology and digital policy.
Updated May 2018
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