Billy Stroumbaras Named East Philadelphia Field Office Manager

GSA is pleased to announce Billy Stroumbaras as our new East Philadelphia Field Office Manager.  The East Philadelphia Field Office manages nearly four million square feet of leased and federally owned inventory in Center City Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Billy joined GSA through the Federal Career Intern Program, where he successfully completed a training program in the Property Management discipline.  Having served in a property management and lease administration role for various locations throughout the Delaware Valley Field Office, Billy brings a wealth of experience to the Field Office Manager position.  

In 2009, Billy was promoted to Operations Manager for the Pennsylvania and Delaware Group, which included the management and administration of Region 3's largest ever lease renovation project - the Internal Revenue Service campus at 2970 Market Street in Philadelphia.  In 2014, Billy was promoted to Field Office Manager of the Delaware Valley Field Office, where he served a multitude of customers and real estate in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.

"It is with great honor and respect that I assume the privilege of Field Office Manager for the East Philadelphia Office,” says Stroumbaras.  

“I am excited at the opportunity to develop strong working relationships with the federal community of Philadelphia. I look forward to providing the real estate services necessary to meet and exceed the expectations of our clients and the American taxpayers."

Billy’s formal education includes a degree from Widener University in Business Administration.  He also holds Building Owners and Managers Institute (BOMI) designations in Real Property Administration and Facility Management Administration, and is certified in Property Management Financial Proficiency.


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Last Reviewed 2016-07-02