Food For Thought Network to present inspirational evening with Dean Kotsianis

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The Food For Thought Network Inc will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Sunday, November 26 at 8pm (Melbourne time) via Zoom. 

For the last 22 years, the AGM has been a pivotal platform for the celebration of women in a culturally inclusive manner. The organisation’s commitment to diversity and inclusion remains unwavering, and this year is no exception.

The highlight of the evening will be an address by Dean Kotsianis, a dynamic young leader in the community. Dean’s inspiring story is sure to resonate with all attendees. 

The Food For Thought Network Inc takes pride in its open approach, welcoming not only women but also recognising the invaluable support of men as speakers, attendees, and mentors.

Dean Kotsianis, a dedicated final-year medical student, the youngest Greek Community of Melbourne Board member has graciously accepted the invitation to speak at the AGM and share his experiences, insights, and plans for nurturing the next generation in the Greek community.

To attend this enlightening event, participants are required to register their interest through TryBooking here to receive the Zoom link.

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