Achievements & Recognition
This page serves as a testament to the hard work and dedication of Marina Letsios, and the impact she has made in her community both in America and abroad. Visitors will find a list of awards and accolades, as well as press mentions, memberships and other forms of recognition that Marina has received. The page is updated regularly to reflect the most recent achievements, and serves as a source of inspiration for all, especially female leaders for generations to come.
Marina Letsios Appointed to GNYADA Board of Directors
Marina Letsios achieved the remarkable milestone of joining the Board of Directors for the Greater New York Automobile Association. Her appointment reflects her exceptional leadership skills, deep industry insights, and dedication to advancing the association's goals. As a Board member, Marina contributes her expertise to shaping strategic decisions and driving the organization's success in the dynamic landscape of the automobile industry in the Greater New York area.
The School of Athens
February 9, 2023
Marina Letsios was recently awarded the School of Athens Humanitarian Award by Father Alex Karloutsos of the Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons for her outstanding contribution to the community. The award is given to citizens who go above and beyond in their efforts to help their neighbors and local communities. Marina Letsios was recognized for her philanthropic endeavors, which have made a significant impact on the lives of many people. Her selfless dedication to making the world a better place serves as an inspiration to others.
of NADA's Washington Conference
Marina has brought in the New Year by becoming a member of the NextGen program of the National Automobile Dealers Association’s (NADA) Washington Conference. NextGen is a program aimed at promoting political and legislative engagement among young dealers, managers, and successors in the business industry. By providing resources and training, NextGen helps these individuals effectively advocate for their businesses. With her membership, she will have the opportunity to gain valuable political insights and develop crucial grassroots skills.
Goddess Artemis Award
October 3, 2022
The European American Women’s Council (EAWC) recognizes individuals who have made a global impact in the human services, the arts, politics, economics, environment, education and the media. On Monday, October 3, 2022, the EAWC held its 26th Annual Artemis Awards Ceremony at Zappeion Hall in Athens.
Marina Letsios was recognized by the Council as an exemplary leader for her remarkable achievements.