Clio D. Kenterelidou

Dr Clio D. Kenterelidou
Tenured Senior Teaching Fellow and Instructor,
School of Journalism and Mass Communication,
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

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Clio D. Kenterelidou

Clio Kenterelidou is Tenured Senior Teaching Fellow and Instructor at the School of Journalism and Mass Communications, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Greece, teaching Public and Political Communication at both postgraduate and graduate levels. Her academic and research interests include Public and Political Communication, Communications Strategy, Public Relations, Awareness Building and Communication. She has produced various research reports and papers in journals, refereed conference proceedings, authored chapters in books and edited collections, participated in several international and national scientific conferences, scientific collaborations and research programmes in the field of Communication, Journalism and the Media.
Ms Kenterelidou is an Economist & Communications Specialist (M.A., PhD). She has, in addition to her academic experience, professional experience of more than 10 years, in the field of Public and Political Communication. She has also worked as a freelance sports journalist in the Hellenic Broadcast Corporation (ET – 3) and in newspapers and magazines with nationwide coverage. Moreover, Ms Kenterelidou is a certified adult educator and trainer. She trains Executives of Public Administration and Local Self-government and of Humanitarian organizations, in the national strategic institutions of Education and Training of Greece, Cyprus, the Balkans and around Europe. Further, she is Member of the Experts of the Education, Audiovisual, and Cultural Executive Agency of the European Union and an External Expert for the Belgian National Agency responsible for the implementation of the European Programmes for Education, Training and Cooperation (EPOS vzw – Belgium) for innovation and the exchange of good practices of Erasmus+ programme. Ms Kenterelidou is also, an Elections Observer for the Office of Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (O.D.I.H.R.) of the international Organization for the Security and Co-operation in Europe (O.S.C.E.), and for the European Union and United Nations.