Andria Neocleous holds the position of the Director of the Humanitarian Division of "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center since April 2014 and she is a board member of "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center USA. Her collaboration with the Organization started in 2010.
Andria holds a Bachelor in Sociology from University of Aegean in Greece and a Masters Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from University of Surrey in UK.
She is member of the National Advisory Committee for the Prevention and Combating of Violence in the Family (ACPCVF) since 2016, while in 2021 she was appointed as a member of the National Council FONI on combating child sexual abuse, representing ACPCVF.
In the past she worked as a social counselor at the Unit Rehabilitation of Torture Victims in Nicosia, providing social support to survivors of torture and their families, and victims of trafficking. She also worked at a consulting agency, where she participated in the implementation of european and national projects, and undertook the writing of financial proposals and preparation of reports for project monitoring. She also participated in the compiling of reports on Cyprus for the program “Data Collection and Research Services on Fundamental Rights Issues” of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) in Cyprus.