SOP & Greece 200 Present Lord Byron’s Crucial Role in the Greek Revolution

HEMPSTEAD, NY – The AHEPA Family of Hempstead, Long Island, including AHEPA Constantine Cassis Chapter No. 170, Daughters of Penelope Pasithea No. 141, Sons of Pericles (SOP) Lord Byron Chapter No. 233, and Maids of Athena Victory Chapter No. 76, invites all to attend the online event, Hellenic Heroes: Lord Byron's Crucial Role in the Greek Revolution, to be presented by the SOP and Greece 200 on Wednesday, April 14, 7 PM EDT.

Moderated by SOP Past Supreme President and AHEPA Empire District 6 Lodge SOP advisor Paul Pavlakos, the event will be available for viewing on YouTube.

The event panelists are SOP Lord Byron Chapter President Georgios Cosmas and Panagiotis Petrochilos, SOP Empire District 6 Lodge Treasurer and Lord Byron Chapter Chairman of the Board.

SOP Past Supreme President and AHEPA Empire District 6 Lodge SOP advisor Pavlakos is also the co-chair of Greece 200, a Diaspora initiative celebrating the 200th anniversary of Greek Independence. He has worked for several years to empower the youth of the Hellenic Diaspora, establishing initiatives and creating processes which allow for the promotion of Hellenism, service to the community, and strengthening of ethnic bonds. In his professional life, Pavlakos is a Tax Associate for International Tax at KPMG in Manhattan. He earned an LLM in Taxation from New York University and a Juris Doctor and Bachelor's in International Affairs from Florida State University.

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