Vilma Papasavva is a well -known journalist in Greece and a strategy and communication consultant.
She has been writing in the most prestigious magazines and newspapers in Greece (such as Vogue, Symbol Magazine), on numerous subjects.
She is a very experienced article writer and story teller having implemented “out of the box” communication strategies for various clients. As strategy & communications consultant she has worked with the Greek Ministry of Tourism, the Ministry of Education, the Special Olympics World Summer Games ATHENS 2011 Organizing Committee and the International Film Festival of Patmos.
As an Arts consultant, in 2010 she conceptualized and co-organised the group exhibition ‘Taseis Fygis’, which featured 16 contemporary Greek artists in Kourd Gallery in Athens. In 1998 she was awarded by the Association of Foreign Correspondents for her original scenario of the documentary film “Nychtoloulouda” (Nightflowers) – director Nikos Grammatikos.
She holds a BA in English Literature and an MA in Film Studies from the University of Kent in Canterbury, UK and she currently studies Counseling Psychology and Psychotherapy (MSc, American University in Greece).