Whitney Volz

Client Experience Associate

Whitney joined the firm in 2018 assisting the team with general administrative projects.

After graduating from Endicott College with a degree in Psychology, Whitney worked for Wellington Management Company, LLC in Boston as a client events coordinator. She has spent years raising her two teenage sons, James and Jack, and building her interior decorating business north of Boston.

Whitney enjoys traveling, being outdoors, cheering on her sons, listening to live music, dancing, and just enjoying life. 

“It’s like one big family. Truly. It’s not just something they “say”, it’s the way everybody makes you feel. We look out for each other and support each other. The environment here makes me feel like clients are connected to us as an extension of the family, which is lovely because in my role I talk with many people each day.”
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3 Questions with Whitney

"What’s your favorite thing about working at the firm?"

It’s like one big family.  Truly.  It’s not just something they “say”, it’s the way everybody makes you feel.  We look out for each other and support each other.   The environment here makes me feel like clients are connected to us as an extension of the family, which is lovely because in my role I talk with many people each day.

"What’s special about your Sachetta clients?"

Even with everything that is going on in the world, everyone is just so kind, and patient.  That’s a testament to the people who started the firm and the kinds of people who want to be around them.  My interactions with clients are so positive.  We know and inquire about each other’s families after meeting just once. 

"How did you end up in the field?"

It’s funny because I worked for Wellington Management before having children.  I was an events planner, so I did the fun part of a very serious business.  I think in some ways I do that here too.  I think my relationship development skills help clients and I can add some of the creative side to a very analytical based business. 

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