Vassilis Michailidis, The Home Project
Vassilis Michailidis is the Chief of Staff at the The Home Project, a unifying initiative set up to address the needs of unaccompanied refugee children. Through its programs it looks to provide relief from suffering to all those affected by the crisis and to give hope out of despair. Vassilis is responsible for the day-to-day coordination of the management team, manages communications and information flow, and collaborates closely with key partners to ensure that the organization’s model is implemented in the most efficient way. Vassilis holds a Certificate in Computer Graphics DTP before attending the undergraduate program at the Psychology Department at The American College of Greece - Deree. During his academic career, he was awarded with the International Honors Program Merit Scholarship and has participated in the Safe Touches Program, a personal safety training program for children. He has been actively participating in psychotherapy groups and training workshops at the Center of Research on Human Behavior since 2012.