Eugenia Panagiotou Tsatsaki was born and lives in Heraklion, Crete. She is a graduate of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (EKPA), Department of Methodology, History, Theory of Science and the University of Crete, Department of Archeology and Art History. She specialized in special education under the auspices of EKPA, the Center for the Study of Psychophysiology and Education and the Pedagogical Department of D.E.
She has been working as an archaeologist since 2014 until today. She participated in the Greek palaeography workshop of the Vikelaia Municipal Library. On the occasion of her participation in the 12th International Cretaceous Conference on “Movements of slaves, pirates, pirates, immigrants” as head of the palaeography workshop group of the Vikelaia Municipal Library-General Archives of the State of Heraklion, she presented thousands of documents published, dramatic journeys of people. In 2017 he took part in the 3rd International Scientific Conference of Gortyna on “The pilgrimage as a meeting place of people, peoples, religions, cultures”.
In the forum of the scientific conference of the Municipality of Heraklion on “Education and training system in Venetian-occupied Crete”, she deepened and highlighted “Literacy and private education through employment contracts of the time”. In 2016 he volunteered to classify court records and in particular to the digitization, cataloging and transcription of the file of the Revolutionary Committee of Archanes (1897-1898). General Archives of the State, Archives of the Prefecture of Heraklion.
She has attended numerous international scientific conferences, workshops and training seminars on Education, Education, Europe, World and Local History, Energy. She has been writing articles for local, Athenian newspapers and local news websites since 2010. Ιn 2019 she was a candidate for regional councilor.