Aideen Stapleton is HETI's Programme Manager. She holds an honours BA in Biblical and Theological Studies and Archaeology from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. Aideen joined HETI in 2015 and administers all of HETI's educational and cultural programmes. Aideen has implemented The Crocus Project since 2016 and in 2017 -2018 she coordinated the involvement of over 102,000 European citizens in The Crocus Project and is initiating new working relationships with further potential partner countries.
Áine McKeown is HETI's administrator. She joined HETI in 2017. She holds a BA in History and English and an MA in European History from Maynooth University, Kildare. She looks after the day to day administration of all HETI projects and maintains the HETI website and social media.