Ms. Hannah Strouth

Sanford J. Greenburger Associates

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Changed agencies. Formerly with Jane Rotrosen Agency.

Hannah Strouth

Sanford J. Greenburger Associates

New York, NY
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04/04/2024 11:10 PM
EQ 4/4/24 Women's Fiction 73k
03/11/2024 03:22 AM
EQ: Mar 11th, 2024

99K Literary
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Patrick (Admin)
01/12/2024 05:04 PM
Profile Update: Changed agencies. Formerly with Jane Rotrosen Agency.
01/08/2024 12:17 PM
on MSWL she is now listed as with Sanford J. Greenburger Associates, but she isn't on their official website.
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Patrick (Admin)
01/03/2024 12:49 PM
Profile Update: No longer listed on the agency website.
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01/12/2024 - Changed agencies. Formerly with Jane Rotrosen Agency.
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