Federica is a legal professional with expertise in artists’ rights and freedom of expression. An alumna of the Abserystwyth University in the United Kingdom and Compenhagen University, she has significant academic and professional experience in the provision of legal support to artists.
At AGL, Federica manages organisational growth and strategic planning. She also oversees project conceptualisation and fundraising at the organisation, bringing forth her vast experience of working in the financial sector. Before ascending to her current position at AGL, Federica engaged in casework as well as in executive management of the staff.
Arnaud Behety is an architect practising in Paris, who graduated from École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Strasbourg. He honed his craft through studies at prestigious institutions, including École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville and Universitatea de Architectura si Urbanism Ion Mincu in Bucarest.
Arnaud is renowned for his innovative design approach, with a portfolio showcasing exceptional projects. His award-winning scenography for “Hamlet” stands as a testament to his creative prowess. His transformative concept for “Hamlet” reimagined the Elsinore Castle as a dynamic, scene-stealing character, earning him top honours in a national scenography competition organized by the Lowendal Foundation in Bucarest. As an active contributor to architectural discourse, Arnaud serves on the editorial committee for “Chronique COMPA,” a platform for insightful architectural discussions. Arnaud is also a contributory author for the publication (Esthétique des Structures) of the Association Architecte-Ingénieur Ingénieur-Architecte with a chapter entitled “Le projet architectural dans l’espace vidéoludique, le cas de la ville de Midgar dans FF7″.
Vicky Alyssandraki is a Lecturer in Scandinavian Literature at the University of Strasbourg. A polyglot with expertise in nine languages, Vicky holds degrees in Law from the Universities of Athens and Paris I. Panthéon-Sorbonne, and in Nordic Languages and Civilisations from the University of Strasbourg. Vicky has done extensive work in the domain of asylum assistance for refugees with TAMAM, a non-governmental organisation based in Lund, Sweden. She has also worked as a lawyer at the European Parliament. Additionally, she has worked with the UNESCO to coordinate projects on the revitalisation of indigenous languages in the Arctic region. At the same time, she has taught Nordic Literature and Art at several universities across France. Her linguistic versatility extends to her translation work, encompassing Swedish, Icelandic and Finnish literature into Greek and French.