Staff members

 Christopher Metz

 Director

Christopher Metz is a former student of King’s College London and has been working with EGAM since 2014. Graduating in Hispanic, Portuguese and Brazilian studies, his main area of focus was post-colonial Latin America and spent time living in Mexico and Brazil. With EGAM, he has focused on projects for the European Situation Testing Campaign, Youth Training Seminars alongside the Sarajevo Film Festival and commemorations of the Armenian, Tutsi and Srebrenica genocides.

 

Ievgeniia Sokova

Administrative and Project Manager

Ievgeniia obtained her bachelor’s degree at the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” (Ukraine) and then came to France in September 2013 for the Master’s programme “European literature and culture” at the University Lille 3. Being interested in international relations and building bridges between cultures, she joined EGAM in August 2015 through the Service Civique programme and starting from August 2017 has become the administrative and project manager. Aside of other projects, she is in charge of the «Sarajevo-sur-Seine» Film Festival.

 

Andreea Oglagea

Fundraising and Development Officer

Andreea has graduated with a Bachelor Degree in International Relations and a Masters Degree in Migration Studies from the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom. During her studies, she focused on the interconnections between grassroots solidarity, migrant protest and citizenship in Europe, and worked with the British Red Cross in London. She joined EGAM in 2016 and in her free time volunteers with CNRR Romania. 

 

 Ana Elena Kelly

 Service Civique

Ana Elena graduated from University of Bordeaux with a Bachelor in Social and       Economic Administration. She then obtained her Master’s degree in International Law, majoring in Human Rights. She has volunteered for UNICEF programs in Mexico and interned for the Mexican Embassy in Paris where she developed a keen interest in women’s rights and fight against discrimination.

                                                        

Martina Melchiori

Service Civique

Martina graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Diplomacy and International Studies form the University of Trieste (Italy). While working at the Territorial Commission for Recognition of International Protection, she focused primarily on the issue of  immigration. She has  been a member and activist of the European Federalists Movement since 2014.

 

 Issouf Ag Aguidid

Service Civique

Issouf Ag Aguidid is a refugee from Mali. He left his home city in 2012 after the jihadist crisis arrived in his country. He and his family ended up in Niger in 2012. In 2014, during his stay in Niger, he volunteered at the UNHCR High Council of Refugees in collaboration with Save the Children as a tamasheq and songhai interpreter. This experience sparked his desire to work on the side of the oppressed, and he found the means to do so here at EGAM.

 

 

María Sierra De Las Heras

Service Civique

María graduated from the University Complutense of Madrid with a Bachelor in Political Sciences. Also possesses a Master degree in European Union Studies from the Salamanca University. During her studies she has volunteered for different Human Rights programs. She was involve as Project Coordinator in a cultural NGO in Cyprus as part of her European Voluntary Service. She has been member and advisor of the International Youth Federation since 2016.

 

Adrián Fernández Dickmanns

Service Civique

Adrian graduated in International Relations in 2016 and is interested in the global and regional impact of the European Union’s policy. During his studies, he enjoyed one exchange semester in Buenos Aires and another in Berlin. Passionate about different cultures and languages, he has been enrolled in Arabic courses for the last year. After graduating in European Studies at Maastricht University, he joined EGAM as a Service Civique.

 

Nina Hetmanska

Service Civique

In the last year of her Master’s degree in Law at the University of Warsaw, Nina has joined EGAM as a service civique in January 2018 after two ERASMUS exchanges that she has done in Paris: in Law at Paris 2 Panthion-Assas and in History and Philosophy at Paris 1 Panthon-Sorbonne. She is interesed in Political Philosophy, Human Rights, Migration and Asylum Law – fields in which she already had a chance to practice on the occasion of internships in Human Rights organisations and in the Ombudsman’s Office in Poland.