AGTA Announces New Board of Directors
Six directors have been elected to three-year terms.
Six directors were elected to the board.
The re-elected directors are Ann Barker of Barker & Co.; John Bradshaw of John J. Bradshaw; and Jonathan Gad of Gad Enterprises Inc.
The new directors are Bruce Brides, Bridges Tsavorite; Malinda Daniel, Tim Roark Inc.; and Ravi Jajoo of United Color Gems Inc.
The directors-elect will serve three-year terms beginning in February.
Several members will continue their board positions. They are: Renata Abrahami, Rohan Agrawal, Dudley Blauwet, Kimberly Collins, Matthew Hopkins, Shiksha Naheta, Jaimeen Shah, and Eric Yen.
Evan Caplan, David Nassi, and Shekhar Shah will conclude their terms in February.
“The past few years have been very challenging for everyone,” AGTA President Kimberly Collins said. “This board worked hard to ensure that AGTA not only was sustainable but was also able to grow during that time. Evan, David, and Shekhar were an integral part of that, and we thank them.”
New board members will be introduced at the AGTA membership meeting during the GemFair Tucson event, happening Jan. 31-Feb. 5. The meeting is open to all AGTA members.
The winners, picked by a group of judges and voted as the public’s favorite, will be announced in a webinar on Oct. 11.
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