Antigoni graduated from the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki (AUT), where she studied Psychology with specialisation on Social and Clinical Psychology. During the last year of her studies, she worked for the Greek Organisation Against Drugs (OKANA) supporting people suffering from drug addiction. Being passionate about her science and people, she was involved in investigating various fields. In 2012 she specialised in Special Education and People with Special Needs and she worked for the Municipality of Kifissia in Athens, as a Project Manager of the Structures against Poverty. In 2014 she moved to London where she earned her Master’s Degree in Industrial / Organisational and Business Psychology at University College London (UCL) and worked as an HR Advisor for a number of companies. Since 2013, she has been working with children and adults in Family and Group Psychotherapy. At Dnation, she has been working closely with the scientific team, a well as providing customers with advice and recommendations for the DNA reports assessments that are related to behavioural and personality traits.