Sotiria Georganti was born in Athens in 1985. She completed her undergraduate studies at the Law Department of the University of Athens and she continued with post-graduate studies at the same university in European Law. At the same time, she enrolled in the English Language and Literature Department, also at the University of Athens, with the orientation of Literature and Culture. She delved into matters of theory and criticism of literature, theatre and cinema, with emphasis on the works of Shakespeare, Yeats, and the Romantic Poets, as well as works by modern English-speaking writers and poets, while she also looked at the representation of women in cinema. In the context of her studies, she received a scholarship from the European programme Erasmus and she attended classes in the United Kingdom, specifically at the Metropolitan University of Manchester. She graduated top of her class (valedictorian). Consequently, she dealt more extensively with the educational aspect completing post-graduate studies in the Teaching of English as a Foreign/International Language at the Hellenic Open University.

A member of the Athens Bar Association since 2010, she has worked as a lawyer with Civil Law as her main focus. She has also served as an English teacher at public schools. Her texts on literature have been published since 2013 in online literary magazines. She has written essays and literary reviews, while also taking interviews from prominent Greek writers. She bestowed the Literary Phrase of the Year 2017 award on behalf of the literary magazine She has been a PEN Greece member since 2021 and in the same year she was elected member of the Disciplinary Board. She has been head of the PEN Greece Women Writers Committee since 2022.