I’m an experienced manager who now works as a consultant helping leaders and teams grow. I'm also a journalist and program producer. I worked for over 30 years in leadership positions at Rogers Sports and Media. I focus on honing emotional intelligence skills, communications strategies, team-building and decision-making to help individuals and organizations achieve more. I bring my real-world experience to every workplace interaction. My style is caring, engaged and honest.
DJ Jimmy V is one of the most popular radio personalities in Sydney, Australia. He has worked with Eurovision celebrity, Giorgos Alkaios on his 2010 tour in Sydney also with Thanos Petrelis In 2012. Deejay Jimmy V showcased his talents at the Panos Kiamos Concert. His radio show "Karamela" is currently broadcasting on 88.1Fm in Sydney, a program which highlights the latest Greek music from around the world. Jim Voulinos joins Agape Greek Radio's family from down under, so they we all can be entertained and informed of what is happening in the largest Greek Community outside of the homeland. For Stephen Panagaris (DJ Fantasy) it all started when he was 10 with my mother's record player in the living room. It quickly developed into a real of music. He quickly spinning discs and announcing on the radio in Australia in 1995 with 99.3FM -WILD FM. From there, DJ Fantasy started producing music for Artist like Stevei B & WILD FM Megamix's. He also produced Radio advertising for the likes of NOVA - 2DAY FM & Melbourne based radio stations. Today, DJ Fantasy co-hosts with DJ Jimmy V on Karamela Radio, now broadcasting on Agape Greek Radio.
Ioanna Maria Kantartzi is a Ph.D. student in the School of Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa. Her area of research focuses on leadership in recreation and sport settings. Η Ιωάννα Μαρία Κανταρτζή είναι Διδακροτική Φοιτήτρια στη Σχολή Ανθρώπινης Κινητικής του Πανεπιστημίου της Οττάβας. Το ερευνητικός της ενδιαφέρον εστιάζει σε θέματα ηγεσίας υπηρεσιών αναψυχής και αθλητισμού.
Daughter of a Greek musician, Dora Papoutsakis was immersed in "ta laika" at a very young age because her father worked as a keyboard player in the Vancouver bouzoukia scene for over 40 years. She grew up listening to Vancouver's Greek radio program and in her late teens joined as a co-host. Her love for radio led her to complete her radio broadcasting degree at BCIT and she continued hosting "Greek Canadian Memories" with Mike Georgiopoulos for over 15 years until it went off the air. Dora's love for anything Greek began from her annual visits to Greece and led her to get fully involved in the Greek Community of Vancouver by volunteering with their youth programs and Greek School for many years. After marrying her husband, Niko she also became involved in the Cretan Association of BC which is one of the strongest associations in western Canada. In recent years Dora has taken on the role of Camp Coordinator for Camp Met BC where she is the official "Mom" of Camp. Her number one priority is to keep the Greek youth in BC involved and engaged in their communities and to spread the love for anything Greek to all. Along with her volunteering, she is a full-time mom and a Government of Canada employee. She is an open book and welcomes any questions or comments at any time!
As a journalist and storyteller, Tina Adamopoulos is passionate about sparking engaging conversations and building community with her work. Γυναικες Μαζι with Tina Adamopoulos is show that celebrates Greek women. From interviews with entrepreneurs and creatives to the latest in lifestyle and entertainment, we like to get to the heart of every story (and have some fun along the way, too). Born and raised in Toronto, Tina works in journalism and communications as a writer and content creator and is the co-founder of ALTo Magazine, an online publication featuring women in the Canadian music industry. When she is not writing or on the radio, Tina loves to spend time with family and friends, binge-watch Greek soap operas and listen to Greek music from new artists and the legendary singers she grew up listening to with her παππού.
, are sister songwriters and radio personalities from the GTA. Highlighted performances include CP24 Breakfast Weekend Television, The Toronto Christmas Market at the Distillery-annually, CBC Radio and The Rivoli. They have been featured on CBC/Fresh Air, IndieCan/The Verge Channel on Sirius XM, Global News, CTV, Rogers TV, Girls' World Magazine, ALTo Magazine, Snapd, The Markham Economist, Pappas Post, Agape Greek Radio and other Greek media throughout Canada and the world. They made it to the second round of the 2019 CBC Searchlight Competition, as they were part of the top 50 contestants selected by the judges from thousands across Canada. Other performances include: Taste of the Danforth, The Lindsmore, Supermarket, The Tennessee, Free Times Café, Brave TO, Pure Philanthropy, City of Markham events, East End Arts, Kick the Stigma/Michael Garron Hospital, and Salute to Olympic Athletes such as Andre De Grasse and much more. They are permanent performers on Main Street Unionville, especially in the summer and during Christmas. They are the co-founders and co-organizers of an annual youth music festival in downtown Toronto - Youth Jam TO (Youth Jam Canada) with Mayor John Tory in attendance. Celia and Annie are recipients of the York Region Celebration of the Arts Bursary for vocals. They are also social activists dealing with issues that effect the youth of today. They are public speakers with an anti-bullying organization called “Kill It With Kindness”, and have recently been featured in a book called “Awaken Your Inner Hero”- a book of 50 social activists. Their first EP The Deep End was released the summer of 2019. Recent recipients of the Artist Development Grant from The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings/FACTOR. Caardia is currently in studio working on new music that reinforces who they are. They hope to continue to inspire people and move them with their music