Voula Katsoris has been a resident of Eastchester, New York for over ten years. After graduating cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in International Relations and French, she earned her J.D. from Boston University School of Law, where she was an editor for the Boston University Law Review.
Voula began her real estate career at the Wall Street law firm of Strook & Strook & Lavan LLP in 1996, followed by five years at the prestigious law firm of Davis & Gilbert LLP. In 2005, Voula formed her own legal practice in Westchester County where she has represented and continues to represent institutions and individuals in a wide variety of real estate legal matters ranging from drafting and negotiating office and retail leases to handling all aspects of the closing process for her residential real estate clients.
The numerous skills she developed in her diversified legal career, such as responsiveness to client inquiries, effectively negotiating client real estate transactions and attention to detail, are perfect assets that she brings to her career as a real estate broker.
Voula also believes in the importance of giving back to her community. As such, she is an active volunteer at her children’s schools, a member of the University of Pennsylvania Alumni Secondary School Committee and is on the Steering Committee for the Hellenic Times Scholarship Fund, which has awarded over $2 million to college and graduate school students nationwide. Voula is also an active member of Junior League of Central Westchester.
Voula lives in Eastchester with her husband, Nick, an attorney and children’s book author, and their two children.