Chryssa Kaltsoni is a Forensic Scientist and also the EAWC Alternate President & CEO for EAWC in Greece.
Her educational background consists of undergraduate studies in BSc in Sociology with specialization in “The fight of Organized Financial Crime and the Financing of Terrorism. European Institutional Specifities” (First class with Distinction). During her first studies in 2013 – 2014, Chryssa participated in two Summer Schools where she Certified on “European Governance”and“European Governance: A New Governmental Art”. She is Certified on “Crime and Psychosis”, “Forensic Psychology”, “Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity” from the Aegean University and University of Athens as well. Her first MSc was on the Executive MBA in “Army and Police Special Forces Leadership. Leading Qualities and their impact on Managing Crisis in Military and Police Sectors” (First class with Distinction), from Bolton University, UK. During her first MSc she cooperated with the Greek Air Force by publishing an article on the subject “Leadership in Greek Air Force” in the Hellenic Air Force Magazine. Currently Chryssa is attending her second MSc on the Forensic Psychology from the Lancashire University, UK. She is also studying the Science of Graphology in the Hellenic Institute of Graphology. In 2018, Chryssa performed a radio show interview with ERT Network’s “Voice of Greece” on the topic “Aggressiveness in our days”. In December 2020 and March 2021, she was an invited speaker at the New York College about the “Connection and Impact of Criminology in Society” and “Forensic Psychology and Delinquent Behavior” respectively.