Magda Peistikou is a graduate of TEI. Thessaloniki of the Department of Tourism Business Administration with a master's degree in Tourism Marketing and Management from Oxford Brookes University in Oxford and MBA from the University of Piraeus. During the past few years, she has been preparing her doctorate at Panteion University and has completed the ASPAITE pedagogical school with honors. Since 2006 and until today, she has been working as a teacher in the fields of tourism and food at Colleges, the TEI of Athens and the National Kapodistrian University (external collaborator). She has published publications in international journals and conference proceedings in which she has also participated as a speaker. She previously worked as the editor-in-chief of Food Service magazine and now works with simpossio news and coffee magazine. She is also a judge at the Taste Olymp Awards at The Innovation in Politics. She has been awarded by the Chefs Club of Northern Greece for her contribution to domestic mass catering and has been distinguished as the person of the month by the tourism observatory. In 2018, she was awarded at the Greek Tourism Awards as a member of the working group of Unesco Piraeus & Islands for their action in relation to the strengthening of the employment of the weakest social groups.
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