Borsheims Promotes 3 on Sales Management Team
It shows the Nebraska jeweler’s new cross-department emphasis.
Jodi Farley is the new sales manager for the Jewelry, Watches and Home Décor sales teams and e-commerce fulfillment team.
Farley was most recently sales manager of the home décor department. She joined Borsheims in 2002 in the Receiving department and has held a variety of roles during her tenure.
A graduate of the University of Nebraska-Omaha, she lives in Omaha with her husband and four daughters.
Brenda Pickering and Mary Jo Vacanti have been promoted to assistant sales managers of all store departments and will work underneath Farley.
Borsheims said the transition will allow them “to support each division holistically.”
Pickering was previously assistant sales manager of the jewelry department and joined Borsheims in 2010.
Vacanti, who joined the company in 2014, was previously assistant sales manager of the home décor and fulfillment departments.
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