Registrations now open for inaugural Global Women and Hellenism Conference


In a ground-breaking initiative, the Food For Thought Network Inc. (FFTN) will host the Inaugural Global Women and Hellenism Conference, scheduled to take place from September 2-6, 2024, at the Grand SERAI Congress & Spa Hotel in Ioannina, Greece.

This event aims to bring together Greek women from the diaspora and Greece, fostering connections, celebrating shared heritage, and igniting cultural enrichment that transcends borders.

The FFTN have said the conference is set to be “an absolute blast.”

“We have had over 120 incredible women pre-registered,” the FFTN Founder and Chair Varvara Athanasiou-Ioannou said, encouraging more women to secure their spot at the conference.

The founder and chair of the Food For Thought Network, Varvara Athanasiou-Ioannou.

The historic event will see diverse women with Greek heritage from all around the world come together – this includes interested individuals, community leaders, academics, lawyers, doctors, businesswomen and trailblazers. 

“The conference is a four-day, five nights extravaganza of pure empowerment – think keynote speakers, panel discussions, business opportunities, exploring Epirus and loads of knowledge-sharing with like-minded souls,” Ms Athanasiou-Ioannou said.

“You will have the chance to network with inspiring individuals from all walks of life, explore business opportunities, and discover ways to keep our language and culture alive. A remarkable experience you wouldn’t want to miss!”

To secure your spot, visit To become a presenter at the conference, register here.

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