Artisa is co-founded and managed by Celeste Neelen. She works together with committed and skillful colleagues. We share a passion for a life long learning, writing, art, creating and Greece. Our strength lies in our individual expertise and the added value of our cooperation.
Celeste Neelen graduated as work and organizational psychologist at Radboud University Nijmegen and modern dance teacher at Amsterdam School of the Arts. She has been running her own company, for many years, specializing in personal leadership and organizational change for international companies.
Now she is managing director of ARTISA and partner of Quinx, a Belgian-Dutch consultancy company. She is an experienced coach of (silent) retreats in Greece and Egypt.
Bringing people into contact with their innate qualities and freedom and encouraging them to put their potential into action, is what she loves to do.
In the spare time that is left she works as a visual artist, creating paintings in oil and mixed media: colourful expressions of movement, light, and space.
She founded Athens WING, an international network group to support professional women in Greece. She has built a large and diverse network in Greece and is connected to the various research centres in Athens and the international community.
Dr. Frank Leoné holds a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience. His writing experience includes fields as broad as Neuroscience, Artificial Intelligence, Psychology, Philosophy, and Law, as well as extensive experience writing for grants and advisory work. He co-founded AKKU trainingbureau, a training organization for and by students, and now heads Marbelous Minds, a company which is dedicated to make learning more fun and effective. He is assistant professor at RU Nijmegen in brain inspired educative games. He leads the integral writing week for PhD students at Artisa.