2016HYP Spring Conference: Please Follow Our NEW SITE for Details!

Hi Everyone!

Inviting you to follow our new site, www.philo4thought.org!
All future posts will appear on our new page. 

2016 News:

We invite you to attend and participate in the following Spring 2016 events:

The 2016 NHSA Spring Convention (April 1st-3rd)
(Click for Details)

The #2016HYP Spring Conference (April 9th)
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The 2016 Greek Independence Day Parade (April 10th)
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Like Our New Look?

Our new P4T Logo, hot off the proverbial press, thanks to the dedicated craftsmanship of the talented young Hellenic professional, Stephanie Platis, based in Seattle, Washington!

Stephanie has developed a name for herself as a published professional Photographer and Graphic Designer over the past 8 years. She produces high-quality designs with remarkable timeliness and accuracy. Most importantly, it’s clear that she loves what she does. According to Stephanie, “My love for creativity is from my heart” — which, of course, makes our new logo that much more cherished.

Like what you see? Click here and take a look at more of Stephanie’s work!

The Entrepreneurial Journey from “YAha!” to “Ya Mastiha”

Philo4Thought Mentoring community is pleased to be launching its first “Young Professional of the Month” Feature Article! Preliminary criteria for YPM candidates is that they are actively engaged in an entrepreneurial initiative or have made a successful career for themselves. Candidates are typically of Hellenic origin, based in New York, and part of a humanitarian or environmentally-conscious field. The goal of the monthly features is to inspire young professionals by providing positive and successful role models who have achieved success in areas our readers ultimately hope to pursue. The most important qualifications? Spirit, perseverance, and – most importantly – the compassionate heart that enables them to share their knowledge and experience.

“This month, I had the pleasure to meet with S. Nicholas Papanicolaou, Founder of Ya Mastiha Liqueur (http://YaMastiha.com) at Amali Restaurant (http://AmaliNYC.com/) in NYC, where we discussed his personal and professional journey to this moment in his life and career….”

ARTICLE LINK: http://wp.me/a2pXhj-5Y

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Our sincere thanks to S. Nicholas Papanicolaou for sharing his story, and to James Mallios and Amali for the wonderful ambiance and service provided during the interview.