She founded a school for girls in Romania and wrote biographical sketches of notable Greek women for Women's Newspaper of Athens. Similar activities were being carried out in Greece around the same time by the Ladies' Central Committee and Kalliroi Parren's Union of Greek Women. In 1893 she returned to Athens where she founded Ergani Athena and became editor of the literary journal Pleiades.
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