Team and Partners
Leonie Hodkevitch earned her Masters’ degrees in Social and Cultural Anthropology and Romance studies. Leonie’s fascination and commitment for cultures led to founding the NGO Clearly Culture that pursues inclusion through innovative educational programs with municipalities and ministries. Leonie is the director of the Cultural Management Postgraduate Course at the University of Vienna and on the Jury of Experts for the European Union’s cultural funding. She teaches Cultural Management and Intercultural Relationships for distinguished universities across Europe. Leonie is the author of the short stories ‘SALTY’, ‘Ride through a Night Forest’ and the novel ‘Stadlbauer’.
fordewind architecture ltd.
fordewind architecture ltd. is a Vienna and Sofia based multidisciplinary studio founded by Boris Enev and Ephgenia Hodkevitch and dedicated to the disclosure of existing and the creation of new spaces, as well as the processes. The principles of fordewind architecture ltd. are critical questioning of apparently proven rules, development of solution methods and the action and interaction of architecture and urban space. In all their projects, fordewind architecture are committed to social inclusion, diversity and fair and sustainable urban development.
As an independent consultant, Morenga Hunt provides a variety of consulting services to arts, non-profit, and commercial organizations and businesses. Morenga serves as a technical assistance consultant for multiple grant recipients of the North Carolina Arts Council, the SC Arts Commission, and Charlotte’s Arts and Sciences Council, and as an associate consultant with other consulting firms.
His clients have included art galleries, dance companies, youth arts organizations, local and state arts councils, city governments, and higher education institutions. Much of his recent work has focused on arts administration, leadership, and management, Board and staff professional development, strategic and business planning, and executive coaching.
Dr. Irene Suchy
Dr. Irene Suchy lives and works in Vienna around music, driven by the longing for the beautiful tone. She studied music education, German, and cello in Vienna and Tokyo. As editor of Austria’s quality radio Ö1 she designed and facilitated formats such as ‘pastiche’, ‘Zeitton’, ‘Radiokolleg’, ‘Intrada’, ‘Journal Panorama’.
Dr. Markus Enzinger
studied business and art history. Since 2003, he has been the controlling director and officer of the Universal Museum Joanneum in Graz. The Joanneum Universal Museum is considered the biggest of its kind in Central Europe. About 4,5 million items in the collections form the basis of a richly faceted ‘universal’ exhibition and events schedule. A program of exhibitions and events at twelve locations throughout Styria transmit a unique panorama of science, art and culture.
Ljuba Batembergska is a sociologist, youth and minorities expert.
Ljuba graduated Political Studies at the University of Sofia and Advocacy in International Affairs in Geneva. She has been working in a number of projects for social inclusion of Roma and poverty overcoming in the most disadvantaged areas in Bulgaria as Advocacy Officer.
Monika Herzig is Senior Lecturer at the University of Indiana, Bloomington. Monika holds a Doctorate in Music Education with a focus on Jazz Studies from Indiana University where she is a Senior Lecturer in Arts Administration. She teaches courses on the Music Industry, Programming, and Arts Entrepreneurship. She has developed the ‘The Jazz Jam Session Model for Group Creativity and Entrepreneurship’.