Elizabeth Filippouli lives in London, UK. Her professional journey began in journalism covering international geopolitical affairs and social issues. She obtained her Diploma on Strategy and Innovation at Oxford’s Said Business School, her MA in Journalism & Transnational Media at London City University, and her ALM in Creative Writing and Literature at Harvard University.
She is the editor of ‘From Women to the World-Letters for a New Century’ published by Bloomsbury UK in 2021 raising awareness on women’s issues.
Excerpts from her book were read at Hay Festival in May 2021 by prominent actors such as Kate Winslet, Juliet Stevenson, Suzanne Packer.
She has worked with leading decisionmakers throughout the world including Queen Rania of Jordan, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, Ted Turner, Rosalia Arteaga, King Charles III, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Sheikh Hamad Al Thani, Kate Winslet, Elif Shafak.
Elizabeth has a longstanding passion for accountability, empowerment, and creative thinking. As of 2022 she is working on theatre projects that aim to offer new perspectives on established social ideas and re-imagine our societies.
Her theatre adaptation of ‘Alexander the Great-Between Dreams and Imagination’ was presented in the British Library in London in three sold-out performances in February 2023.
She is an Aspen UK Fellow (2018).