THI New Leader Executive Committee Applications Due April 4

NEW YORK – The Hellenic Initiative (THI) New Leaders continue their great work globally. Whether it's volunteering time or contributing resources, the young professionals group has found many ways to become deeply embedded in the Greek Diaspora and give back to the people of Greece.

For existing New Leaders who want to find ways to get even more involved, THI is accepting applications until Sunday, April 4 for its New Leaders Executive Committee. THI’s New Leaders Executive Committee offers the opportunity to get involved in any of the following areas:

Events + Volunteering: organizing THI’s events and volunteer opportunities

Fundraising + Marketing: raising awareness and funds for THI’s various programs

Programs + Initiatives: proposing new initiatives, and supporting THI’s programs

Recruitment + Membership: recruitment of new members and membership management.

Those interested may apply online: shorturl.at/fDNO6.

If you're not already a New Leaders member, apply first here: https://www.thehellenicinitiative.org/new-leaders-membership-form/.

(Don’t worry, it's the only prerequisite).

THI New Leaders also invite everyone to join them for Sunday Funday to support THI, network, and enjoy a cocktail (from home) with the return of Happy Hour on Sunday, April 11, 3 PM EDT, featuring KLEOS Mastiha CEO Effie Panagopoulos, Nikos Smyrlakis of Roots Rakomelo, and Johnny Livanos of Stray Dog Gin.

More information is available on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheHellenicInitiative.

THI is also on Clubhouse, and wants to connect with their New Leaders, hosting events and catching up with our Diaspora community around the world.

Events include the upcoming chat with THI Board Chairman Andrew N. Liveris, "New Leaders Leadership in the 21st Century – the Rise of Purpose-Based Enterprise."  Mark your calendars for Monday, April 12, 6 PM EDT to catch this talk!

An extra perk for New Leaders Members is priority for getting their questions in. So join the club now, and stay tuned for more details: https://www.joinclubhouse.com/club/the-hellenic-initiative.


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