Program Coordinator

November 12th, 2017 11:44 pm

Lina Leonavičiūtė

Hi! I am Lina from Lithuania. I have Bachelor in Nursing from the University of Vilnius as well as Master in Public Administration. I am currently living and working in Vilnius. My work is in public administration where I‘m trying to implement changes at the political level of health politics. My passion in life is jogging (this year I’ve done my first half-marathon) and cats (2 Maine Coons are currently enjoying life at my house).

My involvement in local SCM started from my school- at the time I was a participant at various local events and summer camps. Later on I become a youth leader myself in Vilnius Evangelical Lutheran Academic Youth Fellowship – I took part in organizing summer camps for children and being group’s leader. As well I got involved at various other ecumenical events- such as organizing national youth meeting, soup kitchen and some others.

From the year 2011 I got involved in some international ecumenical events and training courses.

My first WSCF event took place in Velletri, Italy in 2012. Starting year 2014 I was a member of Ecumenical Youth Council in Europes’ (EYCE) Campaign Coordination Team working for a 3 year campaign “Break the Chains! A campaign to overcome poverty”. The aim of the campaign was to motivate young people from all over Europe to contribute to eradication of poverty in Europe.

During ERA 2017 I was elected as Project Coordinator. I’m ready to organize the best events to you ever! Hope to see you at the next event!

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