Kelly holds an MA in modern letters from the Sorbonne in Paris, and a certificate in archaeology from the National School in Athens. She has extensive experience leading individuals and groups through the monuments of her hometown. In addition to her years of experience on site in Athens, Kelly has also undergone training in interpretation and museum education at both the Metropolitan Museum of Art and MoMA in New York City, and in cultural heritage management at the University of Paris IX. A gifted teacher, Kelly has guided a wide range of visitors in Athens, from members of the International Olympic Committee to heads of state and diplomats.
Georgia was born in Athens and studied Greek Philology at the University of Athens with a major in Classics and a minor in Linguistics and Byzantine/Modern Greek Literature. After spending a semester at the Free University in Berlin as an exchange student, she pursued graduate studies in the United States and received her MA in Classics from the University of Virginia, with a thesis on the poetry of Ovid. She also holds a PhD in Classics from the same university, with a dissertation on Plato's philosophy. She is currently working toward the publication of her first book on Plato's Euthydemus.
Vassilios is a historian who has taught for several years in local Athens schools. He earned his undergraduate degree in archaeology from the University of Athens, and has conducted specialized research in the history of the Orthodox Church, Byzantine studies, and modern Greek history. Vassilios is a gifted teacher with extensive on-site experience with adults, children, and families.