Kornelia Kiss, Operations Director

Kornelia is an international project management professional with wide ranging experience in both the private and the public sector. Before joining CAE, she worked at the European Commission -DG Development Cooperation (DEVCO), as project manager promoting for peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development. Previously, she also worked at DG Trade, and also as a consultant for the OECD working on results frameworks and indicators. Before joining the Commission, she acquired strong project management and organising skills at leading multinational companies and at an international training company. Her academic background is in economics and business and management consulting.


Natalie Giorgadze, Communications & Community Director

Natalie is an essayist and blogger with solid experience in the non-for-profit sector. Attracted by power of words, she passionately searches for new, creative and effective ways of telling stories, stories that inspire and motivate. Before joining Culture Action Europe, Natalie worked as a communications officer for Women in Development Europe and as a freelance writer and project developer at Indigo, a cross-media project. Her previous NGO experience includes working for human rights and environmental networks. Natalie is trained as a journalist and holds a graduate degree in Cultures and Development studies.


Rosa Pérez Monclús, Senior Policy Officer

Rosa is a policy analyst specialised in the cultural field. Her background combines experience in the private sector as a strategy consultant, in the public management of culture in the UK and as a cultural policy assistant in the Ministry of Culture of Spain. She holds a BA in Humanities, a double degree in Economics and Business Administration and a Master’s Degree in Cultural and Creative Industries. Her deep commitment to the cultural field has led her to pursue an on-going PhD in cultural policy at King’s College London.



Robert Maembe, Financial Consultant

Robert brings 15 years of audit, internal controls, finance and project management experience gained in multinational organisations. He ran pan-EMEA process improvement initiatives including designing and implementing IT solutions, standardising, centralising and automating financial processes. In 2013 he obtained an Executive Master in Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Vlerick Business School to better serve small and medium sized organisations in their quest for growth and sustainability. From February 2016, Robert works with Culture Action Europe to implement accounting, and finance best practices in order to lay a strong foundation for the organisation’s ambitious growth plans.


Sophie Dowden, Policy Intern

Sophie specialises in cultural policy analysis. She has a Bachelors degree in Law and a Masters in World Heritage Studies, the combination of which instilled in her an interest in the purpose of culture and its real and potential effects on European society and its future. This has led her to focus on opportunities for the cultural sector in a time of migration and the possibilities surrounding the dynamic heritage of cultural routes in creating unity, as well as spaces for intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding. Her background in the wine industry in the UK and France has also come into play with regard to the possibilities of intangible cultural heritage in promoting active cultural exchange.


Nele Pärje, Communications Intern

Nele is a communications and marketing specialist with a NGO and public sector background. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Politics and Government, a Master’s degree in Management and Marketing and is currently attending a Communication Studies Master’s course at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, specialising in New Media and European Society.


Martina Adinolfi, Events & Administration Intern

Martina is a Masters student at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Obtained a BA in Humanities at the University of Milan, her profound passion for culture, environmental sustainability and human rights-related issues has encouraged her to pursue an Erasmus Mundus Masters in Euroculture.
She is experienced in the fields of education, intercultural communication and youth work, having volunteered as a teacher in Europe and South America. She is currently committed with various youth associations and non-profit organizations, and determined to contribute to fostering the cultural values of equality, inclusion and sustainability across Europe.



Culture Action Europe

Rue Ravenstein, 23

1000 – Brussels

T: +32 (0) 2 534 4002

F: +32 (0) 2 534 1150


Visit our offices
Culture Action Europe is hosted by its member and partner BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts ( offices are located just opposite BOZAR’s main building on Rue Ravenstein, in Galerie Ravenstein. Ask for Culture Action Europe in the BOZAR reception and they will guide you!How to get there

Our offices are located just a couple of minutes from the main train station ‘Gare Central’. The nearest metro station is Gare Central followed by Parc and Arts-Loi. Bus 38 stops at BOZAR, and bus 95 stops nearby (bus stop Royale) and so do the trams with nr 92 and 94 (tram stop Palais). For more information about how to arrive by car etc., please check BOZAR‘s website.

CAE bank details

ING BankAccount nr. 363-088-0130-89


IBAN: BE45 3630 8801 3089

VAT reg. nr. BE 0453.404.526