European Regional Committee

 The European Regional Committee (ERC) is elected to carry the work of WSCF-Europe together with the WSCF-Europe members of staff. We are young volunteers, who are dedicated to the work and life of WSCF-Europe. Besides implementing the work suggested by the ERA, we work with the SCMs, other regions and partners. We get our mandate from the European Regional Assemblies (ERAs) that happen every other year.

Our main role is to manage the work of WSCF-Europe as the key decision-making body of the Federation in Europe between ERAs. The ERC consists of: 

The Board:


  • Facilitate the work of ERC and Board
  • Keep an overview of the activities and projects of the region
  • Meet with partners and donors
  • Strategic organisational development
ChairpersonChristiane Gebauer (Germany) /

My name is Christiane Gebauer. I am studying Protestant Theology in Göttingen, Germany, and am Chairperson of WSCF-Europe as of October 2019.

I got involved with WSCF-E in 2016, when the German national level delegated me to attend events and represent Germany at the European Regional Assembly 2017. There, I was elected as Program Coordinator, which has been a great experience for me.

In my role as Chairperson, my primary responsibilities are the coordination of the work of the European Regional Committee as well as the board, strategic organizational development and of course networking with our partners. I am happy to get in touch with you and speak about our work and expertise and discover ways to start new collaborations or involve you in our mission.

I am looking forward to getting to know you and your ideas.

You can contact me at

Vice Chairperson
Vice ChairpersonStina Tysk (Schweden) /

My name is Stina Tysk and I am from Sweden, currently based in Gothenburg. I hold a Master of Arts in Theology majoring in New Testament studies. My main fields of interest are Ecology, Masculinity and the Jewish Heritage in the Pauline Letters. I am studying at the Church of Sweden’s Educational Institute and have been accepted for Ordained Ministry in the Church of Sweden.

I was the Treasurer of SCM Sweden between 2018-2020 and I am currently a member of the Board of SCM Sweden.
Since 2019 I have been the Vice Chairperson of WSCF-E. My main responsibility is to support the Chairperson, the Board and the ERC. Moreover, I am coordinating the Ecojustice working group. 

In addition to this, I am representing the WSCF in Religions for Peace’s Interfaith Youth Committee. One of my responsibilities as a member of the IYC is to support the European Interfaith Youth Network and the interfaith collaboration in general in Europe. I am also a member of Religions for Peace’s Standing Commission on Strengthening Interreligious Education.

If you would like to get in touch with WSCF-E, have questions about our work on Ecojustice or our collaboration with Religions for Peace you are welcome to contact me at

The Treasurer
The TreasurerShoghakat Muradyan (Armenia) /

My name is Shoghakt Muradyan. I come from Armenia and work as Brand Manager. In 2020, I joined the European Regional Committee of WSCF-Europe as Treasurer.

I started my journey with WSCF-Europe in 2013, when I was delegated to represent SCM Armenia in the European Regional Assembly. After being elected as Chairperson of my SCM, my Movement became an associated member of WSCF-Europe.

As Treasurer, my responsibilities include budget preparation and financial management, overseeing and presenting budgets and financial statements, sharing budgeting reports, and working closely with the Regional Secretary  and other Board members, ensuring the stability, improvement and development of WSCF-Europe.

The European Representatives to the Executive Committee of WSCF Global:


  • Bringing the European perspective to the Global Executive Committee
  • Networking with the Global Office
  • Networking with the other regions of the Federation
Marta Sappé Griot (Italy/Belgium) /

My name is Marta Sappé Griot and I come originally from Italy, where I graduated in Law at the University of Turin. I am currently pursuing a Master of Law in Münster (Germany).

I joined the SCM Italy as a teenager, and in 2013 I had the chance to attend my first WSCF meeting, which I loved. Few years afterwards, I became a member of the WSCF Executive Committee, where I am currently one of the two representatives of the European Region.

On a global level, I am also a member of the Constitutional Commission and of the Personnel Committee. On a regional level, I am part of the European Regional Committee and of the Advocacy & Solidarity working group. My job is primarily to connect the European and the global bodies: a very challenging and enriching experience.

Feel free to contact me at

Paudie Holly (Ireland) /

I’m Paudie Holly from SCM Ireland. I’ve been a member now for three years. I am also a PhD candidate in Trinity College Dublin’s School of Ecumenics, based in Dublin. My studies focus on theological anthropology.

Right now, the things in WSCF which I find most interesting are: the new ideas in the Gender and Sexuality Working Group and the work of the Constitution Commission. As a member of the Constitution Commission, I look at amendments to the By-laws and the Constitution, that are proposed by the national movements. As a member of the Gender and Sexuality working group I am really enthusiastic about the great leaps forward modern Christians are making.

The Coordinators:


  • Connecting SCMs with each other
  • Connecting SCMs with WSCF-Europe
  • Training program for SCM staff and officers
Links Coordinator
Links CoordinatorLuise Klein (Germany) /

My name is Luise Klein and I am a student of Protestant Theology in Germany. I currently live in Münster, which is close to the Dutch border.

I first got involved with WSCF-Europe in my local SCM in Kiel (where I started my studies), in 2011. Since 2014, I represented my local SCM at national level and, in 2017, I was one of the two German delegates at the European Regional Assembly (ERA) in Ireland, where I was elected Links Coordinator.

Since then, my main tasks on the Regional Committee have been keeping in touch with the movements, helping with promoting our events and organising our annual Staff and Officers meeting, as well as the 2019 ERA, in Copenhagen, Denmark.

If you have any questions regarding the national SCMs, want to become a member movement or wish to interact more with other movements, feel free to contact me at

Global Networking Coordinator
Global Networking CoordinatorHoi Tung Natalie (Hongkong/Switzerland) /

I am Natalie from Hong Kong, currently based in Geneva, Switzerland. As the Global Networking Coordinator of WSCF Europe, my main duty is to create awareness of SCMs across regions and facilitate linking opportunities for SCMs outside Europe.

I knew about WSCF since 2010 and had several opportunities to join WSCF-Asia Pacific programs on behalf of Hong Kong. I also participated in the WSCF-E Study Session in 2016 in Budapest. Later in 2016-2018, I had more connections with SCM Sweden when I was the chairperson and Secretary of SCM Hong Kong.

I am currently a student of Master of Science in Global Health, with an academic background in Cultural Studies, as well as professional work experience in communications and HIV/AIDS advocacy. Passionate in promoting gender equality and the formation of a better and more diverse society. Driven to pursue health and human rights-related work, particularly for gender and ethnic minorities.

Programme Coordinator
Programme CoordinatorJúlia Alexandra Pocze (Hungary/Germany) /

My name is Júlia and I was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary. In 2016, I moved to Germany, to the charming Bavarian town Passau, where I have been studying Law, specializing in public international law and international economic law.

I have been brought up in the Lutheran faith, actively participating in the congregation alongside my parents, but it was not until I started university that I found and embraced my own faith, which over time became especially important to me. I joined a local Student Christian Movement (SCM), that I have grown to regard as my second family, and where I have been enthusiastically attending and organizing events for the past years.

I came into contact with WSCF-Europe by chance and was immediately drawn to the unique, supportive environment and the one-of-a-kind, open atmosphere that accompanies each event. I knew then that this organisation is something I want to be a part of.

My SCM and other international projects provided me with invaluable experiences that ultimately motivated me to apply to become a Programme Coordinator for WSCF-Europe. As part of the European Regional Committee, I hope to achieve two things: create opportunities for other young people, similar to those that shaped me as a person, so that they can broaden their horizons and meet new people and cultures while doing so. Secondly, I hope to bring faith closer to my generation and enable a progressive, constructive interfaith dialogue.

My work in the ERC encompasses organizing all of our current and future events. That means having lots of brainstorming sessions with the working groups, long Zoom calls and inspired conversations with my fellow ERC members. But what I enjoy most about it is seeing an event we have been working on for months become reality and then getting to know people from all over Europe, who each bring their unique vision, creativity, dedication and passion to the table. That diversity is perhaps my favourite thing about the Federation.

If you want to get in touch with me about any of our events or the agenda of the Gender & Sexuality working group, please send me an e-mail to!

Outreach Coordinator
Outreach CoordinatorKaterina Mavroeidi (Greece/Italy) /

My name is Katerina Mavroeidi and I originally come from Greece. I currently live in the city of Milan, in Italy, where I study Foreign Languages and Literature.

My involvement with WSCF-Europe started in 2018, when I attended one of their events. I immediately wanted to become a part of the Federation, as I saw my values reflected in its vision. I first joined WSCF-Europe as an International Program Coordinator and then I became the Outreach Coordinator. My responsibilities as an Outreach Coordinator include managing our social media, by creating and posting engaging content and by promoting our events. I am also responsible for creating campaigns to further promote important causes. I find this role to be very fulfilling and exciting.

If you have any creative suggestions you can contact me in