Facets of Fire Names New VP of Client Relations
Marilyn Diaz joins with more than 30 years of experience in the branded diamond sector.
She will report to CEO Glenn Markman.
In her new role, Diaz will work closely with jewelry consultants serving as their direct contact to the brand to drive sales and launch new partnerships, products, and services, Facets of Fire said.
She will also help shape its customer messaging, selling techniques, and tools.
Diaz joins with more than 30 years of experience in the branded diamond sector, including helping to launch Royal Cuts.
This led to her role as head of client relations for Gabriel, where she led retail partner growth.
She then spent four years representing fine jewelry brand Enchanted Disney, where she managed and mentored jewelry consultants and oversaw their weekly sales production.
She also coordinated with marketing on campaigns and the execution of brand bestsellers, closeouts, and new product lines through email blasts and social media.
“Creating long-lasting relationships is crucial in our industry,” Markman said, “and Marilyn is adept at doing this. She stands for quality and excellence in customer service, and these values are shared by Facets of Fire.”
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