Spring 2021 Symposium:
Leadership, Empowerment & Society
Saturday, May 2020
(Additional Information TBA January 2020)
REGISTRATION: Online registration is available through April 25th, 2021.
All are welcome to attend! (Join our mailing list for future updates!)
The event will take place entirely on Zoom (direct event link will be added in May 2020). Featured speakers will lend their unique insight and expertise regarding empowerment strategies that top leaders in their industry use to ensure individual and team success (with a predictive look forward). To obtain the event password you must register online through Eventbrite.
TOPICS & TAKEAWAYS:
Predictive trends in innovation, technology, business and investments.
Strategic branding, marketing and networking.
Direct and extended impact of current and predicted trends on industry, shipping and trade, community development and city planning.
Financial and legal concerns for intellectual property and the future of research, development & innovation in an increasingly digital age.
Educational opportunities and professional career paths in predictive forecasting and related fields.
Concurrent networking opportunities. Topics include: Women & Leadership, Litigation & Class Actions, Innovative Business Strategies, Public Relations, Branding & Marketing, and more.
ITINERARY: The following is the schedule in Eastern Standard Time
11:00am: General Welcome & Introductions
11:05am: Opening Address: Dr. Konstantinos Koutras, Consul General of Greece in New York
11:10am: Panel 1: Leadership & Empowerment -- Team-Building Strategies
11:45am: Keynote Address: TBA January 2021
12:15pm: Panel 2: Empowerment, Self & Society
12:45pm: Panel 3: Empowerment & Technology
01:15pm: HYP Awards Ceremony, Closing Remarks & Interactive Networking Reception
FULL ELECTRONIC EVENT BROCHURE: (Spring 2020 Template)
REGISTRATION: Registration open through April 25th
College Students: FREE Registration (using official college email)
General Registration: Suggested Donation, $30 on Eventbrite.
Philo4Thought HYP Passport Members: $15 with Eventbrite Discount Code
To become a Passport Member, click here.
Phil4Thought is a 501(c)3 nonprofit philanthropic educational foundation. All ticket proceeds are donations (tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law) in support of our College-Bound Young Scholars initiative;
FEATURED SPEAKERS & HONOREES:
Click any of the photos below for a biography on our featured Speakers, Honorees, and HYP Moderators.
Business & Political Science
Medical Director, Dr. George Liakeas, and the team of specialists at Lexington Medical Associates have taken remarkably proactive steps in educating and treating the community while allaying fears and concerns caused by the massive COVID-19 global health crisis of 2020. Learn more about their premier Concierge Medical Practice right here in the heard of NYC. We commend their team and all essential medical workers for their tireless efforts.
At this time, we would like to extend special thanks to Professor Susan Lowes, Director of Research and Evaluation at the Institute for Learning Technologies at Columbia University Teachers College, and CUIT for helping us make the transition to Zoom for our 2020 Spring Symposium.
Assistant Provost for Global Initiatives, Dr. Zoe Petropoulou, together with Dr. Athanasia (Nancy) Biska (Modern Greek Language) and Dr. John Angelidis (International Business Management) have worked diligently to develop a dynamic, sustainable program that combines intensive courses in Modern Greek Language and Culture with principles of International Management in the Greek business sector. The course includes travel to Greece to gain first-hand knowledge of the principles presented by the lead instructors.
On Thursday, May 14, the Center for Executive Education at the Peter J. Tobin College of Business will launch the continuation of their Art at Risk: Fortune, Fame and Fashion conference series, building on the successful fine arts conference held in 2019, incorporating panels and alternating case studies for the 2020 event. Conference topics cover broad implications of collecting from pop culture, particularly as it relates to famous people and events, covering the "lifecycle" of either a single object or a collection, meaning acquisition, retention, and disposition, and what factors come into play in each stage. This and related conferences are designed for new and experienced collectors, insurers, lawyers, conservators, appraisers, and collecting institutions such as museums and libraries.
Congratulations Class of 2020!
As always, we wish our young graduates and professionals all the best in the next steps of your journey! New graduates in attendance at the symposium will be recognized at the conclusion of our awards ceremony. Please let us know at sign-in.
EVENT SPONSORS & CONTRIBUTORS:
We thank those contributing to this event, starting with our annual scholarship sponsors as well as the following:
NYS Attorney General Leticia James
NYS Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi
Space & Technical Coordination
Guest Speakers & Administrative Support
National Hellenic Students Association
High School of Art & Design
for embracing and interpreting
the spirit of Hellenism
in our 2020 promotional video!
for their ongoing creative support.
Athena Andreadis & Ethan Allen
Athena Music, UK
for the use of "Stronger" in this year's featured video.
Become a Sponsor
To become a sponsor, click here.