Who we are

Storymentor is a non-profit organization that uses storytelling as a means of communication, empowerment and change. Blending techniques coming from the theater, narrative and rhetoric, we train organizations, businesses and individuals to use stories strategically in order to meet their communications goals, communicate authentically and promote their ideas and products. 

Moreover, we use stories as the basis of programs that inform the public on issues often silenced in public discourse, such as the “glass ceiling” phenomenon and gender inequality, the trauma stemming from prostate cancer, as well as the “stigma” of failure.


Angeliki Kosmopoulou

Angeliki is a communications consultant specializing in content and storytelling. She studied archaeology in Greece and the U.S. as well as business administration in the UK. She taught archaeology and ancient history at the university and worked for years in cultural management and communications, helping businesses, organizations, politicians, artists and scholars voice their ideas and promote their work. Today she manages a leading private foundation in Greece and is also a storytelling coach for non-profit organizations and businesses. She writes and publishes stories since 2006. Her book “How to Tell a Story” came out in 2022 (Livanis publications).

Kostis is a voice coach with a long experience in both the theater and public speaking. He studied in the US (Kristin Linklater, Lessac Institute) and in the UK (Patsy Rodenburg, Royal National Theatre). He taught voice for acting at several drama schools, the University of the Peloponnese, the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and the American College of Greece. He currently teaches voice and public speaking at the Athens Conservatory and coaches actors, politicians, business executives and academics on how to use their voice and body to express their ideas.

Kostis Sfyrikidis