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Embassy of Greece & DOP Present a Tribute to Greek-American Women, Nov. 3

WASHINGTON, DC – The Embassy of Greece and the Daughters of Penelope (DOP) present ‘A Tribute to Greek-American Women’ on Thursday, November 3, 6:30 PM, at the Embassy, 2217 Massachusetts Avenue NW in Washington, DC.

The panel discussion will examine the roles of Greek-American women in society then and now. A reception will follow the discussion.

The distinguished speakers include Kelly Vlahakis-Hanks President & CEO of ECOS, and University of Michigan Professor Artemis Leontis. DOP Executive Director Elena Saviolakis will moderate the discussion.

RSVP via email: elena@ahepa.org.

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