Virtual Rally on July 18 for Dr. Natalia Linos, Congressional Candidate in MA

BOSTON – A national virtual rally in support of Greek-American Dr. Natalia Linos, candidate for Massachusetts' Fourth Congressional District will be held via Zoom on Saturday, July 18, 12 PM EDT.

Participants are invited to join and show your support for Natalia's campaign and to learn more about her candidacy.

RSVP online: https://bit.ly/NFC-July18  

Dr. Linos is a Harvard-trained epidemiologist, experienced public servant, and mom of three. She is the Executive Director of the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard. Previously, she worked at the United Nations and as the Science Advisor to the New York City Health Commissioner. She lives in Brookline, MA with her husband, Paul, and their three young children, Amalia, Leonidas, and Alexandra. She is running to ensure our government's decision-making is grounded in science and equity.

The campaign thanked the host committee: Drake G. Behrakis, Eirini Iliaki, Vasilis Kafkas, Domenica Karavitaki, Jamie Monovoukas, Yiannis Monovoukas, Elizabeth Prodromou, Irene Souter, Georgios Vetoulis, and Endy Zemenides. 

Learn more at nataliaforcongress.com.


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