Lab-Grown

WD Lab Grown Diamonds Adds Two New Executives

Lab-GrownJul 23, 2021

WD Lab Grown Diamonds Adds Two New Executives

The lab-grown diamond company named a chief revenue officer and a vice president of operational planning.

Elda Fistani (left) has been named chief revenue officer while Herb Doscher will be the new vice president of operational planning.
Washington—WD Lab Grown Diamonds has added two new executives to its leadership team.
 
Elda Fistani, former chief revenue officer of Brooks Brothers' jewelry division Deconic, has been named chief revenue officer of the lab-grown diamond company.
 
Fistani will be tasked with leading the global wholesale sales function, omni-channel sales, and international growth.
 
Previously, she held leadership roles with fashion jewelry brand Nomination Italy.
 
“I am thrilled to join WD at such a monumental time, as the company expands rapidly to meet the rising consumer demand for lab grown diamonds,” said Fistani in a press release about her appointment.
 
“Together with the exceptional WD leadership team, we look forward to growing our business to new heights while remaining steadfast in our commitment to sustainability, integrity and transparency.”
 
Watch industry veteran Herb Doscher will take on the vice president of operational planning role. 
 
Doscher will be responsible for management of demand and supply.
 
Previously, Doscher spent 14 years within Timex Group's supply chain management division, where he was most recently vice president of operations planning.
 
He also worked in supply chain management at Victorinox Swiss Army and Movado Group.
 
“It's a great feeling to work with such a talented group of disruptive thinkers, dedicated to delivering an uninterrupted supply of high-quality diamonds to the evolving, sustainably-minded market,” said Doscher. “I'm honored to play a key role in bringing WD's incredible new products and partnerships to fruition.”

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Lenore Fedowis the associate editor, news at National Jeweler, covering the retail beat and the business side of jewelry.

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