Today, Ambassador Angelopoulos-Daskalaki is an active member of the Clinton Global Initiative. She continues to serve as Vice-Chairperson of the Dean's Council for Harvard's John. F. Kennedy School of Government.
In 1995, she helped lead a Kennedy School Symposium titled "The Greek Paradox," which examined ways in which her country could close the gap between its promise and its performance in the political, economic and foreign policy fields.
In 2000, when slow progress and gridlocked bureaucracy put Athens in danger of losing the Olympic Games, she was asked to assume the presidency of the ATHENS 2004 Organizing Committee for the Olympics. Under her leadership, Athens made up for lost time and gave the world what IOC President Jacques Rogge called: "an unforgettable, dream Games."
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