Philo4Thought 2021 Spring Symposium: Leadership & Society on May 15

NEW YORK – Philo4Thought presents the 2021 Spring Symposium: Leadership & Society on Saturday, May 15, 11 AM-3 PM. The multi-panel conference will cover a variety of topics pertaining to leadership and the changing landscape of post-pandemic 21st century. Speakers and attendees are already joining from a variety of locations across North America, Greece, Cyprus, the UK, and France. Register for the event as soon as possible as seating is limited.

In honor of the Keynote Honoree, John Manos, free registration is available using Passcode MANOS2021.

Students and Young Professionals are asked to please register for free with your school email and Passcode MENIOS2021 in recognition of the wonderful bicentennial logos prepared by Philo4Thought Creative Director, Menios Georgopoulos.

The event will also honor Paulette Poulos, Leadership100 Executive Director, for Outstanding Lifetime Achievement, Regina Katopodis, PI Bakerie owner, with the Certificate of Merit & Valor for Ongoing Community Support, and Gus Ouranitsas of the Pontian Society "Komninoi" of NY.

The speakers include Consul General of Greece in New York Konstantinos Koutras, Mike Manatos, Demetri Papacostas, American College of Greece (Deree) Provost Dr. Thimios Zaharopoulos, Mario N. Nicolaou, Alexandra Vassilaros, Artemis Kohas, Tamika M. Tompoulidis, John Papaspanos, Konstantine Ouranitsas, Harry Koulos,and Paul Politis.

A detailed itinerary is available at https://philo4thought.org/pivot21.


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