The news comes just months after the association announced a new publisher and redesign for the quarterly journal.
The former De Beers executive joined the board of Opsydia, a laser company specializing in diamond traceability.
David Loechner, who headed Nielsen Expositions and then Emerald, is now managing director at Berkery Noyes.
Tracey Kahle joins the auction house with 32 years’ experience in buying and appraising gems and jewelry.
The five “hero” stones include the largest fancy intense pink in the tender’s history.
He’s been with the Jewelers’ Security Alliance for nearly 30 years, dedicating himself to the safety of the industry.
Robbins Delaware Diamonds was known for its catchy jingles and for “the guy with the diamond in his beard.”
Friedrich Jewelers owners Doug and Jacki Friedrich are ready for retirement.
Ahna Shmuel returns to the company to head brand management as well as oversee the jewelry division.
The inaugural event is tomorrow and will feature four professionals who will talk about their careers and how they got there.
Corey started in the family business 14 years ago, working as a service specialist in one of Day’s eight stores.
Keith Rosen joins with more than 25 years of experience in the luxury goods sector, specializing in fine jewelry and watches.