Staff

Margit Säre           

Chairwoman / Project Manager                                          
(cross-border and development cooperation)                      
 
margitsare@gmail.com        

Margit is involved in development aid and cross-border 
cooperation projects. Margit has Tartu University BA degree in social work; she has master degree from University of Bologna in Governance and Politics of European Integration for East- Central and Balkan Europe and she has also finished University of Robert Schuman, (Strasburg) master program on European Minority Rights

Ederi Ojasoo, Board member      

Katrin Saart

Environmental education expert

Katrin works with nature education activites and organises outdoor environmental education programs. She has a BA degree in geography and MA in Educational Sciences. Katrin works also for Estonian Research Council.


Sirje Tamm                                                                                               

Book-keeper
sirje.tamm001@gmail.com

Sirje's function is managing Peipsi Center for Transboundary Cooperation's book-keeping and running the development of CTC services.


Eeva Kirsipuu-Vadi
Environmental education

eeva.vadi @ gmail.com 

Eeva manages different environmental awareness and global eduction activities, works out new study materials. She has BA degree of the University of Tartu in the educational sciences, and degree on Environmental Management and Planning in University of Tartu.


Aija Kosk
Project manager / NGO member
(Ecosystem services)
aija.kosk@emu.ee

Aija is scientific board member of SAME World project. Being the manager of project  "Development of methods for assessment and mapping of ecosystem services of marine and inland waters" during  2013-2016, she is our main expert on ecosystem services. 

Anastasiya Astapova

Expert


Anastasiya is a research fellow at the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore in the University of Tartu, Estonia.
In Peipsi CTC she works as an expert for Erasmus+ and Europe Aid project - on minority and social inclusion issues