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Greeks Gone West: Meet YouTube strategist Matt Kovalakides

"At YouTube, I'm a creative strategist or a content strategist, and the easiest way to explain it is that I'm a YouTube teacher. My job is to understand what works and why from a video perspective, series or show perspective, then teach those learnings and best practices back to the creator community."

Greeks Gone West: Meet Alexandra Cavoulacos, founder and Chief Operating Officer of The Muse, a top U.S. career development site.

In 2015 Forbes magazine included her in the its annual "30 under 30" list of young media makers, influencers and game changers. TIME magazine described her as a "champion" in the field, noting that "The Muse is a must follow for anyone interested in learning the secrets of job searches, productivity, and other tricks of the workplace trade."

Greeks Gone West: Meet Alexia Tsotsis, the Greek woman who made it to the Forbes list of up-and-coming journalists under 30!

"One of the reasons I am interested in startups, is perhaps providing remedy for the crisis in my own country, in Greece. If you invent something or you make something or build a platform, you can actually create jobs not just for yourself but for other Greeks around you. I think that that entrepreneurial impetus and that risk is going to be very important in the 21st century."

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Insiders Guide to the U.S. (trailer)
U.S. Ambassador Pyatt's interview with ERT
Insider's Guide: The Heart of Las Vegas – America’s "Sin City"
Greeks Gone West: Meet Chrysanthos Dellarocas, the professor from Boston University.

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