Diamonds Do Good Names New Leaders, Board Members
Kathy Corey of Day’s Jewelers will serve as the organization’s president.
Kathy Corey, the former owner and current board member of Day’s Jewelers, will serve as president.
Corey, as well as president-elect Peter Engel and immediate past president Anna Martin, will serve two-year terms.
Jewelers of America CEO David Bonaparte has been named the organization's treasurer.
The new board members are as follows:
Sarin Bachmann, group vice president of Reed Exhibitions Jewelry Group;
Allison Katz, president of Krupp Group PR;
Lola Oladunjoye, designer at Lola Fenhirst;
Pritesh Patel, senior vice president and chief operating officer at GIA; and
Constance Polamalu, chief operating officer at Zachary’s Jewelers.
"We are pleased to welcome these new board members. They share a passion for the mission of Diamonds Do Good and a commitment to its growth in the years ahead,” said Corey.
Immediate Past President Anna Martin said, “It has been a privilege to serve as president for an organization that shares my values. I look forward to working closely with Kathy and Pete to continue the positive impact Diamonds Do Good has made for communities and to encourage the industry to share these stories with their customers."
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