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Dr Katerina Konsta (https://gr.linkedin.com/in/katerina-konsta-847107a ) is the CEO of SeaWorks Training & Consultancy (UK), Managing Director of STAMKON (Greece) and Head of the World Maritime Academy.

In parallel with her full-time duties in the group of companies, she is as an Examiner for the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers in London. Alongside her consulting work, she has collaborated leading faculties, lecturing or consulting organizations as Lloyd’s Maritime Academy (UK), Canterbury Christ Church University (UK), the University of Middlesex (UK), Solent Southampton University (UK), Canterbury Christ Church University (UK), London Metropolitan University (UK) and Maritime Colleges in Greece.

Katerina has more than 20 years of international experience in maritime and logistics education, designing and managing undergraduate and postgraduate courses, executive education portfolios, professional development and online courses which has been delivered around the globe at the top maritime centres. Her extensive teaching experience has been gained at various organisations, associations, colleges and universities, lecturing on undergraduate courses in shipping, maritime business and related subjects. She has also developed shipping departments and faculties for Colleges and Universities. Her writing experience includes 30 distance learning books, papers in refereed journals and conferences. She has also served as a reviewer for Maritime Policy & Management Journal and she is currently a reviewer for Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering.

Education and training with no on-hands experience means nothing to her, which explains why she was always undertaking consulting projects in shipping and logistics. Currently with SeaWorks and STAMKON, the consulting offered is focusing in shipping and logistics academia, human resource, sustainability, distribution, warehousing, procurement and 3PL.   

She is the first woman Course Director at Lloyd’s Maritime Academy and the first woman in Greece serving as the Head of the Shipping, Transport & Logistics Department at a College in Greece (which collaborated with a British University offering shipping and logistics undergraduate and postgraduate courses).

She is invited as a speaker and a moderator at international conferences and forums. She also mentoring shipping students at the University of Plymouth.  

Katerina has obtained her Phd from the University of Plymouth, titled as Maritime Policy and The Success of Nations: The case of the Greek flagged Ocean Shipping, being supervised by Professor Michael Roe and Professor Jingjing Xu. She holds a degree in Maritime Business and Maritime Law from the University of Plymouth (UK). Prior to this she studied Business & Finance at North Hertfordshire College (UK). Her postgraduate studies include International Shipping at the University of Plymouth (UK) and Maritime Studies with International Transport at the University of Piraeus (Greece). She has also obtained University teaching qualifications.

Katerina is a member of the Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA), the Hellenic Association of Maritime Economists (HAME), International Maritime Lecturers’ Association (IMLA), the Piraeus Association for Maritime Arbitration (PAMA), and the Chios Marine Club. Since 2018 she is a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the International WISTA.

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