Eglė Mordasaitė

Eglė Mordasaitė



  • MSc in Occupational Therapy (distinction) – University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
  • Erasmus+ programme – University of Agder, Norway
  • Bachelor‘s in Recreation and Tourism – Lithuanian Sports University, Lithuania
  • Principles of Team Leading Diploma – College of West Anglia, Jungtinė Karalystė


  • 1 year as a therapist: Norfolk County Council and placements in several areas of practice (physical health & adaptations, mental health, learning disabilities, leadership & change management)
  • 3+ years in housing sector: management of housing estates, client consulting, liaising with local authorities, NGOs, and charities
  • 7 years as a freelance English/Lithuanian interpreter
  • Secretary of Lithuanian Society of King’s Lynn and assistant at Lithuanian Heritage School


I greatly appreciate the years spent in the United Kingdom. Not only did I gain invaluable life experience and professional skills, developed endless curiosity, courage and creativity, but also met many inspiring people. At the same time, I never felt separated from Lithuania. The well-being of the people of Lithuania, their quality of life, social innovations and contributing in shaping the country’s future are especially important to me. I decided to trust my intuition, which constantly reminded me that I want to use the accumulated experience and knowledge and ‘create’ specifically for Lithuania. I am glad that ‘Kurk Lietuvai’ programme appeared in my life at the right time and opened a new door through which I decided to enter.


7 September 2023 - 1 March 2024

Universal Design: how to create an accessible and usable public sector environment for all?

Office of the President of the Republic of Lithuania

The aim of the project is to promote universal design principles in Lithuania
5 March 2024 - 6 September 2024

Development possibilities of intelligent transport systems in Lithuania

Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuani

The aim of the project is to assess the possibilities of ITS development in Lithuania