Dear Friends and Alumni,
The Executive Committee of the King’s College Greek Alumni Society would like to invite you to a Seasonal Gathering on Thursday, December 27, 2018 at 21.00, at “Mayor” bar – restaurant – 20, Platia Kolonakiou / Filikis Eterias 19, Athina).
Since, among the guests there will be journalists, businessmen and mentors, this would be an excellent chance for you to network with each other, but mainly with other alumni!
Price per person: 20Euros – payable at the spot of the event – (includes a drink of your selection and light finger food)
If you are interested in supporting or sponsoring this event please do not hesitate to contact us!
For catering purposes please RSVP by sending e-mail at email@example.com by Wednesday, December 26, 2018 with subject: Seasonal Gathering (mentioning also the number of attendees).
We shall be happy to learn your news and plans for 2019!
The Executive Committee
With the occasion of the annual King’s College London Duel Day celebration, the King’s College London Alumni Society in Greece organized a discussion on Thursday, March 29, 2018 at 18.30 at Free Thinking Zone (Skoufa 64 and Grivaion, Athens – Kolonaki, www.freethinkingzone.gr) with the following distinguished speakers:
MEP Mr. Manolis KEFALOGIANNIS – Group of the European People’s Party (Christian Democrats) – Greece Nea Demokratia
MEP Mrs. Eva KAILI – Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament – Greece Panhellenic Socialist Movement – Olive Tree
The discussion was moderated by
Constantine Bogdanos, (KCL Alumnus – Journalist: ProtoThema, ThemaRadio, Meaculpa.gr)
The King’s College Alumni Greek Society honored Prof. Yannis Stournaras in his capacity as the Governor of the Bank of Greece for his support to King’s College London in the context of its Pitta Cutting event, which took place on Sunday, January 28, 2018, at Athinaiki Lesxi, Athens. The audience included journalists, businessmen and mentors. The event was attended also by the Ambassador of United Kingdom in Greece Kate Smith CMG.
The Executive Committee of the King’s College Alumni Greek hosted a summer drinks reception on Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 21.00, at the outside area of “Peek A Bloom” bar – Lekka 14, Syntagma – Athens).
Among the attendants had been journalists, businessmen and mentors. This reception had been an excellent chance for alumni to network with each other!
With the occasion of the annual King’s College London Duel Day celebration, the King’s College London Alumni Society in Greece organized a discussion on Tuesday March 21, 2017 at “the Edefktirion” of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece with the subject “The future of the European Union and of the United Kingdom: two parallel paths?” and the participation of the following speakers: HE Amb. Kate Smith CMG – Her Majesty’s Ambassador in Greece and HE Amb. Luc Liebaut – The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium in Greece and Cyprus. The discussion had been moderated by Constantine Bogdanos (KCL Alumnus – Jounralist, SKAI). In the beginning, after the welcome note of Epameinondas Stylopoulos (President of the Society), Harris Iconopoulos (President of the British-Hellenic Chambers of Commerce) addressed a short greeting. After the event, the attendees had the chance to participate and network with each other in the context of a wine reception held at the same place.
The new HM Ambassador to Greece, Ms Kate Smith CMG, accompanied by the First Secretary – policy delivery, Ms Heather Purdie, were hosted at a cheese and wine welcoming reception on Tuesday, February 28, 2017, at ‘To Parko’ restaurant, by the King’s College London Alumni Greece committee on behalf of all group members.
KCLAGr president, Mr. Epameinondas Stylopoulos together with vice presidents Mr. George Chloros and Mr. Dimitris Lemonakis, general secretary Mr. Kimon Tsakiris and treasurer Mr. Paris Vallides, discussed with her Excellency and the First Secretary various issues, as well as ways and future possible events that can not only strengthen the bond between the UK embassy in Greece and King’s alumni but also promote UK higher education among fellow Greek citizens.