The jewelry retailer named a new chief operating officer and senior vice president of supply chain.
The inaugural event is tomorrow and will feature four professionals who will talk about their careers and how they got there.
Corey started in the family business 14 years ago, working as a service specialist in one of Day’s eight stores.
Keith Rosen joins with more than 25 years of experience in the luxury goods sector, specializing in fine jewelry and watches.
Pamela Cloud, former chief merchandising officer at Tiffany & Co., is the newest member of Aether’s advisory board.
Leslie Therriault joins with more than three decades in fine jewelry development experience on both the retail and supply sides.
Stuart Samuels of Premier Gem Corp. will succeed him.
It has donated its remaining funds to Jewelers for Children and the Ohio Jewelers Education Foundation.
A husband-and-wife team from the Midwest, a multi-store independent with roots in the Northeast, and a jeweler from Puerto Rico known for nurturing talent round out the 2021 class.
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André Branch and Dontá Wilson are the newest members of the jeweler’s board of directors.
Spurred by COVID-19, the jewelry-maker, expert appraiser and author closed his Burbank, California store last year.
The annual award is given to one employee who demonstrates excellent customer service, loyalty, and dedication.
The jeweler is combining its branding and merchandising departments as well as its insignia and specialty gifts businesses.
Women hold 42 percent of the jeweler’s senior management positions and 82 percent of employees represent gender or ethnic diversity.