PRESIDENT : SOULA KYRIAKOU
IEMBA New York – Academic Director – International Executive School, Paris France
DEAN : DR ZINA KYRIAKOU
DBA International School of Management New York – IEMBA, Board Member, Paris, France
PROFESSOR : TAREK SAYWER NASSAR
Technologist – Experience-Knowledge, Chief Software Architect and Consultant, Hamburg, Germany
PROFESSOR : FRANZ-XAVER RATTENSTETTER
Hospitality Consultant – Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Graduated from Hotel Management School Tegernsee, Germany and HOSPRA (Hotel Management and Foreign Languages) in Leysin, Switzerland. Gained experiences in Germany, UK, Switzerland and Italy which included Rooms Division, Food & Beverages, Finance, Controlling and Human Resources.
Held over twelve years senior positions in Sales & Marketing with Nikko and Intercontinental Hotels.
He spent 18 years of his career with IHG (Intercontinental Hotels Group)
Skills in Pre-opening in Resorts and Business Hotels. Various General Manager Positions with Intercontinental and Mövenpick Hotels in the Middle East and Eastern Europe and with Steigenberger Group in Germany.
PROFESSOR : CHRISTOPHE NONNENMACHER
Master 2 Politics – International Relations (Paris I Sorbonne – France) / Master 1 Law Studies (University of Strasbourg – France) – Former Student at the Centre Juridique Franco-Allemand CFJA (Universität des Saarlandes- Germany)
After studying in the United Kingdom, Germany and France, Christophe worked for 10 years as a journalist specialised in European issues, for newspaperss such as La Semaine de l’Europe, la Quinzaine Européenne or L’Européenne de Bruxelles. He also and several online media, he also worked for the international pages of Metronews and local pages of 20Minutes before taking on the editorial direction of cross-border medias for the Reiff Medien group (Germany).
Also co-founder and editor-in-chief of the online media europeus.org,, he participated in the developpment of several national and European web projects before he joined the European Parliament in 2009, where he worked on issues related to digital freedoms and the ACTA anti-counterfeiting treaty.
After five years working at the Parliament, he joined, as Presidency project manager, the European Pole of Public Administration of Strasbourg – a network of European academic excellence bringing together the University of Strasbourg, Sciences Po Strasbourg, the French National School of Administration (ENA), the National Institute of Territorial Studies (INET) and the Euro-Institut of Kehl.
PROFESSOR : JIMMY COUZENS
PhD student in the School of Psychology at the University of Worcester
Jimmy Couzens is a PhD student in the School of Psychology at the University of Worcester. He has over five years of experience teaching and mentoring students at both the undergraduate and graduate level. His research interests are broad but all focus on exploring and challenging normative assumptions, particularly around identity, wellbeing and research methodologies, but in ways that are impactful for marginalised groups and less researched topics.
Consequently, his research activity has always been diverse. Currently, this includes qualitative health projects on rare and unusual conditions, using big data to explore issues typically researched qualitatively (e.g. sexuality and victimisation experiences), and research that challenge assumptions about sexuality and health.
He is also on the Practice Working Group and Sexualities Committee of the British Psychological Society.