• Contact Info
+32 (0) 2 62 60 72 7
+32 (0) 4 95 12 96 01
34 rue du Taciturne
Brussels B-1000, Belgium


The office of FYEG is located in close proximity to the European Parliament, and is shared with the European Green Party. Staff members in the office include the Secretary General, a Project Assistant and a paid intern. In addition, FYEG is supported by a webmaster on a voluntary basis.

Secretary General

Özgecan is a child of the 2013 Gezi Protests of Turkey and since then she has been working to build the Green movement nationally and internationally. From 2015 to 2017 she worked as the Climate Change Projects Coordinator in Turkey and afterwards worked as the Office Coordinator of FYEG’s sister organization Cooperation and Development Network Eastern Europe in Belgrade, Serbia from 2017 until she joined FYEG. She has also contributed to various newspapers and magazines and co-hosted a radio show on climate change at a national radio station in Turkey. 

She is a fierce feminist and proud Eastern European. She believes in the solidarity of activism.

Office Manager

Caroline has been active on green issues and projects since 2009 but made first real contact with the Green movement through her position in FYEG. In parallel, she is pursuing a Master in Environmental sciences and management in Brussels and occasionally giving workshops on Climate Change and low-carbon transition to highschool students.


Christoph has been with FYEG since 2012. His main responsibilities are keeping the website up-to-date, managing the over 100 mailing lists and helping the office as well as the EC with IT-related problems. You can also contact him regarding concerns over security and privacy. A student of Economics and International Relations, Christoph is interested many Green issues—especially those of inequality. You can send him encrypted emails using his PGP key.



Project Manager
Cerri Gambarelli

Cristiana studied Economics and Management in the mountains of South Tyrol (Italy) and quickly opened her eyes to the destructiveness of greedy capitalism. She joined the green family as Team Leader during the digital volunteer campaign held by EGP for the European elections of 2019. She soon after found her radical happy place in FYEG and jumped head in into one year of full-time activism, where she later sat in the Editorial Board for the Ecosprinter. In her free time, she digs for inspiring artivistic projects, experiments with visuals for educational Instagram stories, and daydreams about the calmness of patrolling nights on the beach during her sea-turtle conservation work. Her goal is to spread methods of non-formal education and see the Green Wave unroll in Southern and Eastern Europe.

Project Assistant
González Sentís

Cinta joined the Catalan Young Greens (JEV) in Tarragona back in 2011, a few weeks before the birth of the 15M movement, in which she also participated. After some years, she left her hometown, moved to Barcelona to study, and joined a student union (AEP) and a labour union (CCOO) in order to defend her rights as a student and as a worker. She was cospokesperson of the local group of JEV in Barcelona, and was one of the founders of the youth wing of Barcelona en Comú. She is a member of the board of the Friends of the International Brigades in Catalunya.Cinta likes her coffe without milk and sugar and she loves reading poetry.

Project Intern

Igor is a former spokesperson and project manager of the Polish Young Greens and is now focusing on projects at the European level. He ran for Polish parliament in 2019 as the youngest Green candidate. His main goal is the political activation of young people, especially from small towns and rural areas. Privately, studied cognitive science and philosophy and is a big fan of trains and road cycling.

Communications Intern

Marie lived in Scotland for the last five years but is originally from Germany. She finished her studies in International Management and Intercultural Studies in June last year. Now she is an intern for FYEG and the Greens/EFA group in Parliament. Likes to bake in her free time.

Communications Officer

Chris joined us as a seasoned Green, previously working with the Scottish Young Greens and the Green European Foundation. He studied software engineering at the University of Glasgow,  but after acknowledging the severity of the climate emergency he stepped away from programming and towards climate activism. His goal is to help young greens from across Europe find their voice and to put a spotlight on workers’ rights in 2021.  When not working, you can spot Chris skateboarding around Brussels.