Angeliki is a researcher, musician, and teacher based in Athens, Greece. After completing her PhD in Music Education at University of Cambridge, she has worked on a range of projects focused on collaborative arts partnerships, lifelong learning skills and creativity, artist identities, and community engagement. She is particularly interested in the role of technology in developing key skills (problem-solving, team-working, creative thinking) and has worked on major European ICT projects in this direction. She supports the mission of Footage in empowering young people to find their own voice and rise to their fullest potential. She currently engages with distance learning courses in education and supervises young researchers on special education projects (emphasis on autism, Aspergers, and dyslexia). She has received funding for postdoctoral research from the British Academy, the Greek State Scholarship Foundation, and the Cambridge Trusts, and her work is published in major education journals.