A.G.A.P.W Symposium Honors Longtime Journalist Tina Santorineou
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The Association of Greek American Professional Women (A.G.A.P.W.) held a symposium entintled HONORING THE SUCCESS OF GREEK AMERICAN WOMEN IN THE NEWS MEDIA: An In-Depth Look at Their Contributions to Both Ethnic and National Media and Their Personal Journeys on the Road to Success, on Tues. Oct. 26, 2010 at the offices of Hughes Hubbard & Reed, located at One Battery Park Plaza. This event will featured a panel of several special guest speakers from the media and a tribute to the legendary Tina Santorineou, a pioneer voice in the Greek American community.
Along with Ms. Santorineou, this symposium featured the following guest speakers:
Alexis Christoforous, CBS News Business Correspondent
Joannie Danielides, President and Founder, Danielides Communications, Inc.
Anemona Hartocollis, New York Times Health Reporter and author of “Seven Days of Possibilities: One Teacher, 24 Kids, and the Music That Changed Their Lives Forever”
Penny Manis, CNN Anderson Cooper 360, Senior Producer
Accomplished young journalist Eleni Kostopoulos moderated the discussion. Introductory remarks were made by former network producer Dorie Klissas, who is currently the media director at NYU Langone Medical Center.
AGAPW is a new independently run organization, started by and run by women. AGAPW is a not for profit organization based in New York City and serves as a forum for information, resources, support and networking opportunities for Greek American women, who are working in various professional and business fields.