On Wednesday, June 23, the National Hellenic Society's Boston Chapter hosted a Cocktail Reception at the Committee Ouzeri & Bar for NHS Members, Heritage Greece & Heritage America Program Alumni, & Friends. The evening was a success, and a much welcomed opportunity to catch up!
Join us as Dr. Anastassios Sakellaropoulos, Head of the Benaki Museum Historical Archives, and Dr. Maria Dimitriadou, Curator of the Benaki Museum Historical Archives, shed light on artifacts and documents from the period between 1770 and 1880, the first 100 years of modern Hellenism.
Dr. George Manginis, Academic Director of the Benaki Museum, kicks off the engaging conversation.
Join the National Hellenic Society as Dr. David Horner, Dr. Alexis Phylactopoulos, and Dr. Panos Vlachos discuss what the future of Education and Study Abroad will look like and the opportunities they will bring.
NHS Talks Excellence takes a look at Lucy Xu, the Founder & CEO of The Port Global, an international marketing and business consultancy enabling startups in Greece and similar emerging tech markets to realize their highest potential.
National Hellenic Society Chairman Drake Behrakis welcomes Dr. Alexandra Touroutoglou for an engaging conversation entitled "Youthful brains in super agers: What's their Secret?" Dr. Touroutoglou, an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, explains what "super agers" are and how this specific research can help us better understand Alzheimer's disease.
The National Hellenic Society teams up with the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA) and the National Hellenic Museum to bring you this special presentation of NHS Talks Stories with Philhellene and Professor of Archaeology, Curtis Runnels.
George Orfanakos, ASCSA Executive Director and Arthur Dimopoulos, NHS Executive Director welcome Professor Runnels for an engaging conversation about his passion as collector of early books, archives and artifacts which he has contributed to ASCSA.
Technology has forever changed the way we work. The modern day workplace whether at home, or at the office, presents new challenges. Join us for a special edition of an NHS Boston Chapter Event: Advice to Young Adults and Professionals: Staying Engaged and Making an Impact, moderated by Noel Denice. The distinguished panel of experts shall address change and provide you with strategies and advice. The speakers include: Dr. Ann Bezzerides, Athena Kalyvas, Jane Kourtis, Dr. Sophia Koustas, and Tamika Tompoulidis.
We look forward to seeing you online on Tuesday, March 23rd at 7:00 p.m. This special Women's History Month event will be broadcast live on the Zoom platform, and on NHS' social media page, MyParea.
The National Hellenic Society introduces NHSTalks Pathways, a new series virtual workshop is dedicated to provide students and young professionals with career advancement strategies, guidance and practical advice in helping to navigate their careers. Pathways will benefit those still in school as well as those already in the work force.
Join us for the inaugural session: NHSTalks Pathways: Public Speaking --Do's & Don'ts featuring two outstanding journalists and on-air professionals: Laura Evans Manatos and John Metaxas. Laura and John discuss the importance of honing one's public speaking skills and provide you with tips, pointers and answer your questions while exploring how to be a better speaker. Public speaking is important whether one is addressing colleagues, clients or large groups. Find out what you need to know about being a more effective speaker.
Please join us for a special NHS Boston Chapter Event: Greek American Women Navigating Global Careers, moderated by Katerina Sokou, featuring an esteemed panel including: Artemis Kohas, Natalia Linos, Elaine Papoulias, and Dr. Elizabeth Prodromou.
On Thursday, March 11th at 4:00 p.m. this panel of distinguished women will discuss global career initiatives and venturing out of one's comfort zone. This special Women's History Month event will be broadcast live on the Zoom platform, and on MyParea.
Coinciding with Women's History Month, the Boston Chapter of the National Hellenic Society is hosting a series of discussions entitled Navigating Workplace Gender Inequality. The first event, on March 4, 2021, will be moderated by Demetra Ganias Soterakis, featuring an esteemed panel including: Dr. Dena Haritos Tsamitis, Maria Markou, and Doretta Mistras. The panel will discuss their workplace experiences, overcoming challenges, barriers and rectifying wrongs.