Born and raised in Belgium, and fluent in three languages, Ms. Hartog joined Douglas Ellliman in 1983, having earlier worked with developerDonald Trump in selling condominiums at Trump Tower to charter clientsfrom Europe, South America and the Far East. Prior to joining theTrump Organization, she was a residential uptown office of Stribling &Associates.
Before entering the real estate profession, Ms. Hartog, a graduate ofNew York University, served as head of Saks Fifth Avenue’s prestigiousInternational Shopping Service, serving a largely well-to-do diplomaticand corporate clientele in selecting, assembling and purchasing completefashion wardrobes, accessories and executive gifts.
Off-duty, Ms. Hartog collects Oriental art, 18th Century English furnitureand spends her weekends in the country walking and gardening.
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