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Jenny H. Tsantilas, a leading figure in education will be honored at the Hermes Expo

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Join us for an extraordinary evening of celebration and recognition at the prestigious Hermes Awards Dinner on June 14th at the Grand Marquis. It is with great pleasure that we invite you to join us in honoring the remarkable achievements of Jenny H. Tsantilas, M.Ed., CEO of Superior Schools Corp with Hermes Expo’s Paideia Award. This exclusive event promises to be an unforgettable experience, highlighting Jenny’s exceptional contributions to the education sector.

Jenny Tsantilas is a prominent figure in the field of education, serving as the CEO of Superior Schools Early Learning and overseeing 10 top-quality preschools across Hillsborough, Pinellas, and Pasco counties. Her dedication to providing quality education has been unwavering, ensuring that Superior Schools Early Learning continues to offer exceptional learning opportunities to students throughout the Tampa Bay Area.

In addition to her role in education, Jenny is the owner/broker of Superior Realty Corp and the President of JHT Acquisitions. Her expertise in real estate has been instrumental in representing buyers and sellers in over $41,150,000 worth of residential and commercial transactions in 2022 alone. Despite her successful brokerage, Jenny remains committed to her primary focus of delivering outstanding education through Superior Schools Early Learning.

Jenny’s journey in education began in 2004 when she co-founded the first Plato Academy Charter School with Steve Christopoulos. Focusing on the Greek language and culture, they recognized the critical need for effective educational leadership and management. To further enhance her capabilities in this regard, Jenny earned a bachelor’s degree in management and organizational leadership, followed by a Master’s Degree in Education from USF.

As an influential CEO, Jenny’s responsibilities extend beyond overseeing pre-schools and real estate ventures. She also manages before and after-school programs at all nine Plato Academy Charter Schools and provides summer camps throughout Pinellas and Pasco County. Furthermore, Jenny is actively involved in the construction of new charter schools, driving educational growth and expansion.

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From humble beginnings with just one school and one preschool, Jenny’s dedication and tireless efforts have resulted in the establishment of 10 exceptional pre-schools today, with plans to open three more locations in 2023. Her commitment to creating a nurturing, safe, and enjoyable learning environment for students is unparalleled. By blending education with fun, Jenny ensures that students eagerly anticipate each day, fostering a lifelong love for learning.

Jenny Tsantilas considers Plato Academy/Superior Schools as a family, recognizing the collective efforts of her own family in making these schools what they are today. Collaborating with exceptional administrators and teachers, she has been at the forefront of educational excellence in Florida. Looking ahead to 2023, Jenny is excited about the continued growth and success that await Plato Academy/Superior Schools.

Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to celebrate the achievements of Jenny H. Tsantilas and join us at the Hermes Awards Dinner on June 14th at the Grand Marquis. Reserve your place now by visiting www.hermesexpo.com. Please note that reservations must be made by June 5th.

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