2016 – The AgileCrete Org Team

In alphabetical order:

Christian Dähn / Κρίστιαν Ντέν

Chris is agile enthusiast and sparks change whenever he sees an option for improvement. As a lover of Open Space Technology, he is really looking forward to see it happen on Crete.
Twitter: @da_chrisch

Andy Holdsworth / Ανδρέας Χολντσουαρδάκις

Andy is a web developer that has been enlightened by Agile principals and strives on a daily basis, with varying degrees of success, to combine Agile development with the extremely demanding and fast-paced world of tourism. He is a British expat living in Heraklion, Crete and you can contact him at asholdsworth at gmail dot com.

Rolf F. Katzenberger / Ρολφ Φ. Κάτσενμπεργκερ

Rolf works as a coach for agile and pragmatic teams. Besides Agile, he specializes on Solution Focus, Accelerated Learning and The Art of Hosting.
He lives close to Nuremberg, Germany.
Contact him at rolf dot katzenberger at gmx dot net. Twitter: @PragmTeams

Ignasi Marimon-Clos i Sunyol / Ιγκνάσι Μαριμόν-Κλός ι Σουνγόλ

Ignasi is a Software developer passionate about the technical aspects of the agile movement. He's always looking for ways to be more productive generating better products with less effort. Ignasi is a romantic on a constant kaizen therefore he usually says he's "under construction". He's a regular participant at Agile Barcelona Community and a very active participant in every Open Space he lands on.
Twitter: @ignasi35

Yorgos Saslis / Γιώργος Σασλής

Yorgos is a programmer at heart, who escaped becoming a project manager by discovering Agile.
He lives in Heraklion, Crete.
Contact him at g dot saslis at gmail dot com.

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