AGAPW Celebrates New Year

The Association of Greek American Professional Women (AGAPW)and the global Greek networking organization ALLILONnet co-sponsored a cutting the New Year’s vasilopita in Manhattan on January 4.

The many guests also enjoyed a tour of the work of artists from Greece which were currently on display at the Soho venue.  Curator Irene Vandaraki , director of Vandiri LLC NY, spoke briefly about the art and the artists.

Olga Alexakos, Founder and President of AGAPW, who is also New York Coordinator and Advisory Board member of ALLILONnet, welcomed the guests and introduced the speakers.


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The officers and guests of the Association of Greek American Professional Women (AGAPW) pause for a photo before cutting the New Year’s vasilopita.

(L-R) Irene Maragou, Aspasia Gounaris, Penny Tsilas, Irene Vandaraki – who curated and spoke about an exhibit by Greek painters on display at the venue in Manhattan’s Soho– Anthousa Iliopoulos, AGAPW President Olga Alexakos, Jenny Marketou, Marianthe Koulias, Agatha Mishto, and Dr. Stephania Spanos.


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