Guest Speakers

Marina Mavrommati
CEO of Printec Group

Marina Mavrommati is the CEO of Printec Group since October 2015, joining Printec in 2009 as an Executive advisor, and becoming the Deputy CEO, later, in 2011. She is working closely, with the Chairman, to further expand the Group, while maintaining a sustainable and profitable growth, central to the organization's strategy. Marina Mavrommati has extensive finance and management experience working for companies such as Procter & Gamble and Barclays Bank Plc. Prior to joining Printec Group, she served as CFO and Member of the Board of Directors for Michaniki S.A. (a Greek listed group of companies).

Marina Mavrommati earned a BSc in Computer Science and Management from Kings College, London, University of London and a MSC in Management of Information Systems from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She has also attended the “Advanced Management Programme” at Insead in 2019 and “Preparing to be a Corporate Director” at Harvard Business School in 2022.

Marina Mavrommati is a Member of the Board of ELEPAP, the oldest non-profit charity organization in Greece providing rehabilitation services to children since 1937 and also a Board Member of a Greek family-owned business.

Eleonora-Markella Mantika
Political Affairs/Liaison Office

Eleonora-Markella Mantika is Political Affairs/Liaison Officer for the United Nations Verification Mission in Colombia (currently on parental leave).

Since 2016, Mrs. Mantika has been working on the Colombian peace process as Political Affairs/Liaison Officer with the United Nations Verification Mission in Colombia, in which she monitored the cessation of bilateral hostilities between the government and the FARC-EP guerrilla and the laydown of arms. She has been verifying the implementation of the peace agreement through the provision of security guarantees for the former FARC ex combatants, their socioeconomic and political reincorporation including verifying transitional justice and reconciliation issues.

Since 2010, Mantika has been working in the field of peacebuilding, democratic governance, mine action security institutions and rule of law. In Burundi, Markella volunteered with the Mines Advisory Group. With the European External Action and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), she followed closely electoral processes in northern Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Honduras, Paraguay, Peru, Myanmar and Azerbaijan. With the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations, in Ivory Coast, Liberia, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, Markella was a Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration officer, as well as a Mine Action Programme Officer. She worked on arms embargo/ UN sanctions monitoring, small arms control, electoral affairs, joint operations and crisis management.

Mrs. Mantika joined the Hellenic Ministry for Foreign Affairs in 2008, with the Embassy of Greece in Washington, D.C., as Development Assistance Officer in charge of bilateral and multilateral assistance projects and donor relations, liaison officer to the World Bank and USAID among others. She represented the Greek delegation at the EU Development Counsellors meetings and also helped coordinate humanitarian assistance efforts following the 2010 Haiti earthquake.

After earning her Master of Arts in Peace & Justice from the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies in 2006, she conducted postgraduate research with the Boston Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights at Tufts University (Fletcher School) and helped organize outreach activities for the Boston Chapter of Women in International Security.

Konstantinos Kalligeros
CFO & Chief Marketing Officer ZARBIS Pharmaceutical Labs

Konstantinos Kalligeros, PhD, has over 18 years of experience in capital markets. Konstantinos is currently the founding partner of Green Cherry Consulting, which provides advisory services in sustainable finance and risk management within the EU Emissions Trading Scheme. In parallel, he teaches finance at the EDHEC Business School in France, and acts as CFO with ZARBIS Pharmaceuticals. Prior to this, Konstantinos co-founded the commodities trading department at Commerzbank in London, where he headed the structuring function. He served in the bank's sustainable finance product committee, which oversaw the transition of the bank’s product offering towards harmonization with the EU taxonomy. He also served as a board member of the UK Structured Products Association and worked extensively with international banks and the UK regulator (FCA) for the formulation of banking policies and regulations. Konstantinos received his PhD and MS from MIT, where he also worked as a post-doctoral researcher. Konstantinos is also CGS Alumnus '94.


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