Marcy’s vast business expertise comes from thirteen years with Goldman Sachs, where she was a vice president and the first woman to trade precious metals. She brings her long and successful record of negotiating and dealing with international clients to Stribling, where she continues to transact deals with intelligence and tenacity.
Marcy’s strong interpersonal skills come from raising a family and being an active member of her Upper West Side community. As a former board member of her cooperative and a past president of Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, and through involvement in her children’s schools, she has developed a wide circle of friends and associates—a constant source of referrals.
Marcy graduated from the University of Michigan with high honors and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa prior to doing graduate work at Columbia University. Since joining Stribling in 1999, she’s developed a loyal following. From a one-bedroom condo to a $25 million cooperative, Marcy brings a calm professionalism to every transaction in which she is involved. She is respected for handling situations discreetly, honestly, effectively and with style.
“I take great pride in the honesty, integrity and negotiating skills that I bring to each deal. It is a privilege to work with so many extraordinary clients.”