Marina Sophia Flevotomas, a Greek-Cypriot, attained a B.Sc in Sociology at the University of Central Michigan (USA) in 2008. She is currently completing a Masters in Humanitarian Action through two Universities: The Institute for Peace and Armed Conflict, Bochum (Germany) and Conflict, Peace-building and Religion at Uppsala University (Sweden) through the Network of Humanitarian Action (NOHA). Through this Masters, Marina has been trained and educated in the areas of Law, Anthropology, Geopolitics, Medicine and Management in Complex Crisis.
Marina is interested in bridging Humanitarian Action with environmental challenges. Her current research focuses on the legal status and protection of environmentally displaced persons.