Eleni is a Consultant & Facilitator at Feminuity, where she is involved with qualitative analysis, research, and educational development.
She cares deeply about this work as collaborative efforts can inspire the human imagination and foster equitable and transformative futures. Eleni believes in the human capacity for empathy, connection, kindness, and care.
Eleni is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies at York University. Her research focuses on the production of digital girlhood. Her work is grounded in intersectional theory and feminist methodological practices that question power, explore boundaries, and commit to the co-construction of transformative knowledge(s).
Eleni holds a Master’s degree in Political Analysis from the Complutense University in Madrid, Spain and a Master’s degree in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies from York University in Toronto.
Eleni is a white, disabled, neurodivergent, queer woman. Eleni’s first love is the ocean. If she could spend every day by the ocean, she would. When she’s not there, though, she can be found travelling, biking, napping, and trying to experience much of life through her belly (her second love is food).