Angela Stathi is to step down from the role of CEO at the end of June.
Angela Stathi led the organisation through it’s recent stage of development through her work to deliver the charity’s aim of ‘re-igniting the Greek economy through entrepreneurship. Angela said: ”I am grateful for having had the opportunity to serve as the CEO of this organisation. Contributing to Reload Greece Foundation’s work was an immensely rewarding experience. I would like to thank the Board, the donors, the team, our mentors, volunteers, and advisors for this opportunity and for your continued support to the organisation. This is not a goodbye from me as I will continue to contribute to the organisation’s work with the same passion on a more personal level. I’m sure the charity will continue to grow, and I look forward to seeing its ongoing great success.”
Nicholas Jennett, Chair of Reload Greece Foundation, thanked Angela for her drive and commitment during her time with the charity. Nicholas said “Angela’s solid corporate experience developing and growing businesses combined with her enthusiasm and passion for entrepreneurship, was a phenomenal driving force for the organisational development and in helping the organisation grow and develop a new set of stakeholder relationships. On behalf of the Board I would like to thank Angela for her contribution to our work and I would like to wish her great success in her next role.”
Reload Greece has made the necessary plans to ensure continuity of work for the organisation in the short term. More specifically, Markos Kiosseoglou, Co-Founder and Board Member of Reload Greece, will take over the stakeholder facing activities of Reload, assisted by Nicholas Jennett, Reload Greece Chairman and the rest of the Reload Greece Board and team.