Current members

Patricia Senge

EYP Executive Board

Patricia Senge holds a Master’s degree in European Foreign Policy from the University of Oxford and a Bachelor’s degree in European Studies from Maastricht University. She is currently doing a fellowship with the UN Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in New York and volunteers as a Young European Ambassador (YEA) of the EU’s Neighbourhood East program. She writes for online magazines, such as F1rstlife and has experience in radio and TV journalism through multiple internships in the field. She is passionate about writing on international affairs and EU politics.

Teona Goderdzishvili

Project Coordinator

Teona is a multimedia journalist, digital communications specialist, and media manager from Tbilisi, Georgia. With over three years of experience in teaching and mentoring graduate students and ethnic minority school pupils. Keen interest in human rights, democracy, and social media’s role in defending them.

She has been part of Orange Magazine since 2018. 

Isabela Neague


Isabela Neague is a 24 years old young woman, passionate about social work, social entrepreneurship and communication for the social good.  So far, Isabela has been involved in the youth work field as a Project Assistant, Young Trainer or Communication Specialist.

At the same time, Isabela has professional experience in other non-profit organizations, working for 3 years as a Project Manager, PR leader and Fundraiser in local and national programs designed for the integration of young graduates (primary, secondary and high school) on the labor market, through non-formal activities.

Olga Bu

Graphic Designer

Olga is a freelance graphic designer from Moscow. Studied law but decided to create design. She enjoys working in the field of art, and has implemented several projects with theaters and museums. Olga loves to help in architectural projects of public spaces. She believes that she cannot change the world, but can make it look a little better.. 

And Olga still doesn’t know who she wants to be when she grows up.