Andreas Beckmann has been living and working in the Danube-Carpathian region since 1991. He came to WWF in 2001 to lead the organisation's efforts to engage with and prepare for the accession of Central and Eastern European countries to the European Union. Prior to WWF, he led development and communications for the Environmental Partnership foundations in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. He holds degrees in history, political science and international relations from Stanford University and Swarthmore College as well as a WWF certificate in conservation leadership.
Justine Toms is a Bulgarian entrepreneur, leading expert in online media, marketing and PR. She is the founder and director of the web agency ABC Design&Communication Group and of the online media group Az media. She also teaches in New Bulgarian University and is the author of eight books.
Kuzman Iliev is a TV reporter and host. He has a Bachelor degree in political science and Master’s degree in Public policy at New Bulgarian University. He has developed knowledge and skills in the popular Bulgarian economic media as a columnist for the economic and political analysis.
Antonia Kondova is studing Fashion and PR at New Bulgarian University.
Country Manager of British Council in Bulgaria, and also the global manager of FameLab International on behalf of the British Council. With a background in communications and marketing, she helped launch FameLab outside the UK in 2007, and expand the network to 20 countries by 2012.
He is leading projects in the field of information technologies and education. He is spending most his time on software development, education and entrepreneurship. One of the popular projects he has started with Ekaterina Anachkova is school of robotics "Robopartans".
He has a mission. What he is aiming for is to connect both - the online and the offline worlds all together. Krassimir is a social media enthusiast and a PR savvy. He is currently helping people and businesses discover how to best use social media.
Nabih Zbidi is from Mahdia, Tunisia. He is currently in Bulgaria for his Masters degree.
He received his PhD at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia. He is an Associate Professor in Cognitive Science and Computer Science at the New Bulgarian University and the Director of the Central and East European Center for Cognitive Science.
He has been the main organizer of the series of the Annual Summer Schools in Cognitive Science since 1994.
He was born in the city of Sofia in Bulgaria in the early 1980s as a child of both grunge and democracy. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Public Administration and is nearing completion of his Master's degree in Directing for Film and Television. His first film, PIECE OF THE RAINBOW, has already won several awards.
Is a freelance graphic designer and a visual artist. He is known as alphadesigner, a pseudonym that usually makes people think what he does is really important. Author of the Mapping Stereotypes project.
Professional dancer, teacher at NBU and choreographer.