Erica Georgiades PgD (Merit) Ancient Mediterranean Religions UWTSD; BA (Honous) in Philosophy and Psychological Studies (Open). Editor of FOTA Newsletter and a researcher on Theosophical History. Recently she finalised two study courses on the Upanishads and Veddas, as well as on The Baghavad Gita at the Oxford Centre for Hindu studies.
She has worked for two years, on a voluntary basis, at the Archives at the international headquarters of the Theosophical Society Adyar, Chennai, India, under the direction of Radha Burnier. She was a member of the board of the Theosophical Society in Greece from 2001 to 2010 and from 2016-2018 and is director of the European School of Theosophy since 2016 and member of the TS since 1991.
Since 2013 she has also been exploring and studying philosophy of death, attitudes toward death, how to deal with suffering, mourning processes, loss, afterlife beliefs in the ancient Mediterranean world, as well as ancient ways to live in harmony, tranquility, and peace.