National Hellenic Society’s Talks Stories Features ‘Reflections on Greek-America’

July 30, 2020

NEW YORK – The National Hellenic Society (NHS) hosts the latest episode of its online NHSTalks Stories program on July 30, 6 PM EST/ 3 PM PST via Zoom. Greek-American leaders will be participating in the episode titled Reflections on Greek-America.

The guest host moderator is the Chair of the NHS, Drake Behrakis. The participating guests are Basil Mossaidis, Executive Director of the American Hellenic Education Progressive Association (AHEPA); Nick Larigakis, President of the American Hellenic Institute (AHI); and Mike Manatos, Executive Director of the Washington OXI Day Foundation.

The online event is free via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89700429423#success.

Zoom Meeting ID#: 897-0042-9423

Dialing-in by phone: 301-715-8592 or 312-626-6799

The event may also be viewed on Facebook Live via NHS’ social media page, MyParea: https://www.facebook.com/myparea/.

Please note that if you plan to join the webinar from your cellular device you must download the Zoom App prior to joining.

Creating an account is not necessary to join the webinar. If asked to enter the Meeting ID, please enter: 897-0042-9423.

Please note that only the hosts and panelists will be seen by video.

Attendees will be able to ask questions using the Q&A and/or Chat functions.

More information about the National Hellenic Society is available online along with links to previous episodes of the NHSTalks Stories series: https://www.nationalhellenicsociety.org.


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