Kimberly Collins Elected AGTA Board President
She is joined by First Vice President David Nassi and Second Vice President Jaimeen Shah on the board of directors.
Stepping into the position of president is Kimberly Collins of Kimberly Collins Colored Gems.
First vice president is David Nassi of 100% Natural Ltd., and second vice president is Jaimeen Shah of Prima Gems USA.
Ann Barker of Barker & Co. will be the secretary, and John Ford of The Lightning Ridge Collection by John Ford will serve as the board’s treasurer.
These five officers were elected during AGTA’s board of directors meeting in Tucson.
Collins, Shah, and new directors Dudley Blauwet of Dudley Blauwet Gems, Matthew Hopkins of Hopkins Opal, and Eric Yen of Yen’s Jewelry & Accessories began their three-year terms.
Ruben Bindra of B & B Fine Gems moved into the past-president position.
Meanwhile, the following members will continue their positions on the board.
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