Originally from Greece, Artemis moved to Scotland in 1995 and lives on the Isle of Raasay. She has worked for a major funder, the Scottish Government and several charities in the fields of equalities, homelessness and addictions. For a while she was self-employed, supporting youth participation projects in Scotland and across Europe. She gained a Masters in Sustainable Rural Development from the University of the Highlands and Islands which led directly to the work she does now as National Coordinator for Scottish Rural Action, helping to deliver the Scottish Rural & Islands Parliament and the European Rural Parliament.
Artemis is Secretary of Raasay Community Renewables, a community benefit society which develops renewable energy projects and sits on the Board of CLIMAVORE CIC and on the Advisory Board of the Scottish Rural & Islands Transport Community. She is appointed to Consumer Scotland’s Advisory Committee on Consumers in Vulnerable Circumstances. She also Chairs the Parent Teacher Association of Raasay Primary School which in 2023/24 has a pupil roll number of four.