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FGI Hires VP of Digital Merchandising

She has 30+ years of experience in fine jewelry development.

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Leslie Therriault

Leslie Therriault

(PRESS RELEASE) SECAUCUS, NJ — Leslie Therriault joins Frederick Goldman, Inc. as the newly appointed vice president, digital merchandising. With over 30 years of experience in fine jewelry development, Leslie has worked on both the retail and supply areas of the business, offering a unique perspective to her role within the company.

In her most recent role at Delmar International, Leslie was responsible for building fine jewelry e-commerce brands and businesses from a purely digital perspective. She brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise across many facets of the business including product development, marketing, operations, inventory management, account management, as well as new business development.

In her new position Leslie will be responsible for developing the overall merchandising strategy to aid the companies omnichannel retailers, while identifying white space and growth opportunities in new product categories. Leslie will report directly to Jonathan Goldman, chairman and chief executive officer.

“We are extremely fortunate to retain Leslie to lead the digital merchandising strategy for our growing omnichannel business,” said Jonathan Goldman, chairman and CEO of Frederick Goldman, Inc. “Her deep familiarity with the manufacturing process, and the inherent quality standards and detailing required, make her an excellent fit for the company as we look to aid our retailers in their growing e-commerce business.”

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