Ioanna Stavridou

Arts | People with Disabilities | Human Rights

Msc. in Structural Engineering

Ioanna Stavridou was born is Serres, Greece, completed her undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering, and continued with her postgraduate studies (Msc) in Structural Engineering, in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

After having completed her studies, she moved to United Arab of Emirates starting working for international construction companies. During her eight-year stay in U.A.E., she participated in wide-range and multi-complex projects in the region of Gulf (Fujairah, Dubai and Abu Dhabi) like the Grand Canal of Dubai, Warner bros Theme Park, Waste Treatment Water plant, Dubai Uptown Tower, etc. In 2020, she moved to France where she still lives and continues her career in the construction field. She is currently working for the construction of the Station of Saint Denis Pleyel, the biggest metro station in Paris, as part of the general development projects for hosting the Olympic Games in Paris in 2024. 

She speaks fluently Greek, English and French. She is interested in painting, cooking, reading books, tennis, pilates and hiking. 

As a Citizen TALES Commons member she hopes that she can find people with whom she can share the same interests and values and to work on projects empowering people with disabilities.