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Meet Andriana Simos: Panel moderator for International Women’s Day event in Sydney

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In celebration of International Women’s Day 2024, the 42nd Greek Festival of Sydney, in collaboration with The Greek Herald, will hold an inspiring event to recognise and celebrate the remarkable achievements of Greek women in Australia and around the world.

Taking place on Friday, 8 March 2024, at the Prince Henry Centre at Little Bay, Sydney from 6.30pm, the IWD event will feature a dynamic panel discussion highlighting the diverse contributions of multigenerational Greek women to multicultural communities.

The esteemed panellists for the night are:

  • Andriana Simos: Panel Moderator & Digital Editor at The Greek Herald
  • Jenny Zagas: Principal at Lucas Gardens School & Disability Advocate
  • Anais Menounos: Sydney Lawyer & Co-founder of the St Nicholas Mission Academy in Ghana, Africa
  • Marika Kontellis: Director at Zakumi Consulting, CEO at Inner Sydney Voice, CEO at Council on the Ageing NSW
  • Yiana Roumeliotis: Community Engagement Officer at the Addison Road Community Organisation

In the lead up to the event  which will also feature the inaugural presentation of The Greek Herald Woman of the Year award  we will showcase each panellist and their accomplishments.

The event will also feature the inaugural presentation of The Greek Herald Woman of the Year award.

Who is Andriana Simos:

Andriana Simos is a dedicated journalist and digital editor at The Greek Herald, Australia’s largest daily newspaper for the Greek and Cypriot communities. She has always aspired to produce work which is not only credible and authentic, but also insightful about the social and political impacts of news and community events. This aspiration can be clearly seen through her published work for The Greek Herald, ABC 7.30, SBS Dateline, and News Corp Australia.

Andriana was named Young Journalist of the Year and won Best Audio-Visual Report in the NSW Premier’s Multicultural Communications Awards for 2021. She was also a finalist in the 28th Quill Awards for Excellence in Victorian Journalism in the ‘Multicultural Affairs and Media’ category.

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