Evi Neocleous works at the "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center as Coordinator at Home for Hope in Nicosia. From November 2013 to March 2014 Evi completed an internship at "Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center and from April 2014, she worked at the Organization as a program manager where she trained children and handled several programs of the Organization.
Evi holds a degree in Music Psychology and Education from the Ionian University of Corfu. During her studies, she did internships in public and special schools. She has worked with children (aged 6-18) with and without developmental disabilities.
She also attended courses in Educational Psychology, Music Therapy, Music Pedagogy and Sociology. Evi Neocleous collaborated with the National Gallery of the European NSRF Program of Corfu and with groups of children aged 6-12, in order to experience art and music through musical activities. She has worked voluntarily, belonging to a group of musicians, in an orphanage in Corfu, with children of different ages for education and socialization.