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As part of the communications team at international, award-winning NGOs, such as Greenpeace and Skateistan, Tsveta helped raise more than 500,000 from the general public to support the work of those organizations. She currently works as a Senior Campaign Manager at Little Sun, a nonprofit founded by the contemporary artist Olafur Eliasson.


Teodora has a BA in Art, Culture, and Communication from Bocconi University, Milan and MA in Cultural Economics from Erasmus University, Rotterdam. She has overseen commissions for clients, such as William Kentridge, Kunsten Museum, Ragnar Kjartansson and Pierre Huyghe, Butler Gallery, Douglas Gordon, Pinchuk Foundation, Lisson Gallery, Jan Mot Gallery, KW Institute Berlin, Kunstlerhaus Stuttgart, Galeria Continua, Berlinische Galerie, and many more.


Apart from his love for social causes, Jassen is the guy with a solution to every problem. He has more than 5 years of progressive experience providing technical support for nonprofits and his specialty is keeping up with the cutting edge of technologies. Jassen’s most recent job is at ReDI School of Digital Integration where he’s teaching people with forced migration background how to code.


Lubomir is an award-winning screenwriter, filmmaker, and journalist whose work is looking into dark corners, finding the light, addressing the themes of justice, transformation, and healing. The Good Postman, his first documentary as a screenwriter, tells the story of a postman's mayoral run on a platform of welcoming refugees into his Bulgarian border town of 38 elderly residents. The film was nominated for the Grand Jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival as well as for the European Film Academy Documentary Award.


After the great festival success of the movie, Lubomir worked again with the director Tonislav Hristov on “The Magic Life of V” which premiered at the Sundance International Movie Festival in 2019 and was selected for the best full-length documentary competition.

As Editor-in-chief of the Bulgarian media for electronic music and club culture, Fonoteka Elektrika, Alexander’s interests, research, and writing often lie at the intersection of music with society, economics, and politics. He is also the host of Goethe-Institut Bulgaria's music podcast where he interviews artists, producers, and DJs.