Chairman of the Board
Mrs. Elizabeth Stribling has served as Chairman of the Board of French Heritage Society since 2007 and has served on the Board of Directors since 2002. She founded the real estate brokerage of Stribling & Associates in 1980, and on April 1st, 2019 sold it to Compass, a national brokerage, where she is Vice Chairman, New York Development. Elizabeth Stribling is highly regarded as a business and civic leader. She was honored as the “Woman of Achievement” by the American Cancer Society in 2007 and has received the Spirit of Achievement Award at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, National Women’s Division, New York Chapter. In 2005, she was a Corporate Honoree at the French Consulate in support of the Morris-Jumel Mansion. She was also Corporate Honoree at The Winter Ball of The Junior League of New York in 2004 and has previously received the “Henry Forster Award” for Outstanding Achievement and Conduct within the Residential Brokerage Profession of New York City. In 2018, she received the Bernard Mendik Lifetime Leadership in Real Estate Award from the Real Estate Board of New York for exceptional service to the real estate industry and professional accomplishments. She also received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate in 2018.
She is a recipient of the French National Order of Merit with the rank of Officer as well as being awarded in 2012 the rank of Officer in the Legion of Honor by the French Government. In 2018, she was promoted to the grade of Commandeur in the Legion of Honor and hopes to be decorated with this award in the near future.
Elizabeth Stribling is currently on the Board of Governors of the Real Estate Board of New York. She is a former Trustee of The Hewitt School in New York City, from which she graduated. She received a BA cum laude from Vassar College, and did graduate work at Girton College, Cambridge University.
Mrs. Stribling is currently on the Board of Directors of the New York Landmarks Conservancy, the Women’s Committee of Central Park Conservancy, and the American Hospital of Paris. Mrs. Stribling and her husband, Guy Robinson, have graciously received FHS trip participants at their homes in New York, l’Île de la Cité in Paris, and in the South of France. They are also the founding members of FHS’s Ambassadors Circle.