Chairperson

Oktavía Hrund Jónsdóttir

Oktavía Hrund Jónsdóttir is a Deputy Member of the Icelandic Parliament, a member of the Executive Council of the Icelandic Pirate Party and a self-defined born Pirate.

She has worked extensively with freedom of expression and  freedom of information for more than a decade in the fields of integrated and holistic safety practices for individuals and organizations. She designed and directed the SAFE initiative providing integrated training, emergency assistance and risk mitigation plans in digital security, physical safety and psychosocial care to journalists and human rights defenders in 12 countries globally. Oktavia’s background is in Media, conflict and ICTs, she was a part of the team that created the DDoS mitigating secure hosting platform VirtualRoad.

Vice-chairpersons

Markéta Gregorová

 

Markéta got a degree in 2016 on Masaryk university in the International Relations and European Studies, while already working as an e-commerce specialist. Later on she took on the position of a tester of website apps in the same company. As she is looking for a dream job all the time, she is currently a marketing specialist (or supervillain, so to say), and doesn’t feel like settling down yet.

In the Czech Pirate Party she became the Head of the International Department in the years 2013-2015, then she took a (well-deserved) break and in May 2017 run for the position once more, successfully. In the Czech parliamentary elections 2017 she also became for two months a campaign manager for her district and was glad to see two of her colleagues got into the parliament.

She sings in a ska band Definitivní Ententýk, pretends to be a famous ukulelist, is addicted to her cat Cat and her greatest desire is for people to make informed decisions.

 


Gabrielle Nereuil

Treasurer

Sebastian Krone

Sebastian Krone is a member of the Pirate Party of Germany since May 2009 and has been a part of the PPEU since 2012 including attending countless numbers of meetings in Europe including the founding in Luxembourg 2014.

Sebastian is a Data Protection Officer for the Pirate Party of Germany and chair of the Pirate Party of Potsdam (Brandenburg, Germany) and am working on several other projects. A side from holding these roles he is also a professional Data Protection Officer, IT-Security Specialist, Consultant, Controller and Accountant.


Board members without appointed office

Antonios Motakis
Antonios Motakis joined the Pirate Party of Greece as soon as its founding process was announced. He serves as the party’s international coordinator since February 2013 and has represented PP-GR in several international Pirate meetings.
Antonios has served on all PPEU boards so far which are three in total.
For a living Tony as he is called is a software engineer. Most of my experience lays in virtualization technology and the Linux kernel. He speaks Greek, English, German and French. Tony encompasses the true spirit of a pirate: he is of both Greek and German descent, grew up in Greece, studied and worked for 5 years in France, and currently lives in Munich, Germany.

 Mikuláš Peksa
have been member of Czech Pirate Party a and Pirate Party of Germany since 2012. Because of my cotutelle PhD I spend last years travelling between Prague (CZ) and Leipzig (DE). I concentrated on strengthening and intensifying of cross-border cooperation between PP-CZ and PP-DE. I participated in organization of following international Pirate conferences: PP3 in Dresden (2013), PP3 in Pilsen (2014) and Piratecon Mariánské lázně (2015). In autumn 2014 I was appointed as Deputy International Coordinator of Czech Pirate Party. As a profession I am experimental physicist. I am native speaker in Czech so I can also understand Slovak. I am fluent in English and German. My main Pirate interest is democracy update on super-national level.

Hrafndís Bára Einarsdóttir

Born and raised on a sheep farm in rural area of east Iceland Hrafndís Bára Einarsdóttir is currently living in Akureyri, a town in northern Iceland. Hrafndís has a degree in acting and stage performance from the Icelandic film school and a degree in event management from Hólar university. She is an a active member of a search and rescue team, owns a small boat and goes hunting during hunting seasons.
Hrafndís is a pirate because she believe in the need for change. Our society is dramatically changing but the politics are not. Therefore, politics are no longer working for society. She strongly believe in the absolute need to rid politics of all kinds of corruption and abuse of power,  where all humans are treated with respect and humans respect their society. Her interest in international cooperation within the Pirate party runs from her believe in the systematic use of general knowledge.

Ernst Spitaler

Oliver Herzig


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