Formerly Chr. Roberts Chair Associate Professor of Archaeology at Dickinson College, currently Professor at the Institute of World Politics, and active field archaeologist in Greece for nearly four decades, Professor Christofilis Maggidis is the 5th President of the Mycenaean Foundation. Born in Greece, Christofilis Maggidis received a vigorous classical education in the Classical Lyceum of the Anavryta School, and the University of Athens (B.A. in History and Archaeology, 1988), being awarded several honorary distinctions and scholarships for excellence.
Born in Athens, Greece, raised in the United States, educated in both countries, Cynthia is a citizen of both the Old and the New World. Having graduated from Dickinson College (BA cum laude, gpa 3.70/4.00) with a double major in Art Studio and Archaeology, and a minor in Art History (2012-2016), Cynthia received an MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) (2017-2019) and an MA in Greek and Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology (grade 9.54/10) from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece (Ε.Κ.Π.Α) (2020-2021), where she is currently a Ph.D.
Born in Greece, Dr. loannis Mangidis, graduated from the Classics Department of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens with academic excellence awards (B.A. in Ancient Greek and Latin, 1992). He obtained his MA degree at the same university (1993) and was subsequently admitted to the University of Heidelberg in Germany, where he specialized in ancient Greek drama and received his Ph.D. in 1998. Ioannis has been working in the German School of Athens since 2000, teaching young people from all over the world.
Ioanna Moutafi is an active bioarchaeologist who specializes in Aegean Prehistory, and especially funerary archaeology and the social dimensions of prehistoric mortuary practices. Born in Greece, Ioanna completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Athens (B.A. in History and Archaeology, 2001) and subsequently moved to the U.K. in order to undertake the M.Sc. in Human Osteology and Funerary Archaeology at the University of Sheffield (2002).