Thank you, coordinators!

On 31 March, all two-year coordinator agreements ended. We warmly thank all members who took responsibility during that period.

Some of IE coordinators (Image: Interpret Europe)

Coordinators who served during the last two years and have now left their posts were:

Management and subject coordinators

Sandy Colvine (France), Outreach Coordinator

Johanna Eisank (Austria), Children’s Interpretation Coordinator

Iva Klarić Vujović (Croatia), (Social Media Coordinator)

Bettina Lehnes (Germany), Conference Coordinator

Patrick Lehnes (Germany), Cultural Heritage Coordinator

Nuria Mohedano (Spain), Tourism Coordinator

Claudiu Silvestru (Austria), Architects Coordinator

Zsuzsa Tolnay (Hungary), Freelancers Coordinator

Athina Tsekoura (Greece), Natural Heritage Coordinator

Country coordinators

Jelena Močević (Serbia), Country Coordinator Bosnia and Herzegovina

Dragana Lucija Ratković Aydemir (Croatia), Country Coordinator Croatia

Georgia Kanellopoulou (Greece), Country Coordinator Greece

Maurilio Cipparone (Italy), Country Coordinator Italy

Baiba Baika (Latvia), Country Coordinator Latvia

Abby McSherry (Ireland), Country Coordinator Ireland

Gordana Milanović (Serbia), Country Coordinator Serbia

Juraj Svajda (Slovakia), Country Coordinator Slovakia

 

Some these members have changed to support in other positions, while some coordinators from earlier years have returned back into the circle, including:

Nicole Deufel (Cultural Heritage Coordinator)

Angus Forbes (Architects coordinator)

Madison Leeson (Freelancers Coordinator)

Elizabeta Milanović Glavica (Tourism Coordinator)

Nuria Mohedano (Event Coordinator)

 

Of course, we are grateful to those who now step in – and especially to those who decided to renew their agreement!

All coordinators have their own teams. Each year those teams develop vision papers and action plans in order to support our key strategic goals. The idea is that we can share the challenges of managing IE, that many members get involved, and that we avoid exhaustion for those who take responsibility.

If you would like to join one of our teams, just get in touch with the particular coordinator. Right now, we have 30 coordinators. You can find their email addresses and links to short descriptions at: www.interpret-europe.net/contact.

If you can give your son or daughter only one gift,
let it be enthusiasm.

Bruce Barton