GREENWICH, Conn. – Pamela S. Pagnani has joined Sotheby’s International Realty Inc. as vice president and brokerage manager of the Greenwich brokerage.
Pagnani will lead 83 associates affiliated with Sotheby’s International Realty in Greenwich.
Pagnani, a Greenwich native and New Canaan resident, has more than 25 years of experience specializing in real estate law, specializing in the representation of high net worth clients in real estate transactions. She has also been of counsel to developers and investors in new construction, mixed-use projects and condominium conversions.
“Pamela Pagnani is a seasoned real estate professional with a personal commitment to the Greenwich community who will be a strong leader for our Greenwich operations,” said Kathryn A. Korte, president and CEO of Sotheby’s International Realty. “We look forward to the leadership and expertise she will bring to our team.”
Pagnani is an active member of the Greenwich community. She serves as a board member of the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce and the Greenwich Government and Community Affairs. In addition, Pagnani is involved with the Greenwich Riding Trails Association and Greenwich Preservation Trust. She has also served as a trustee at Greenwich Academy.
In addition, Pagnani has been affiliated, either as a member or volunteer, with The Junior League of Greenwich and New York City, Young Women’s League of New Canaan, The Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, Dewey & LeBoeuf's Women Initiative Committee, and AmeriCares.
“I am excited to join Sotheby’s International Realty because of the company’s reputation as a global luxury brand,” Pagnani said. “This role is a wonderful marriage of my real estate expertise and my love for and commitment to my community.”
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