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Joseph Green Named EVP of Sales at Leo Schachter

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NEW YORK, NY – Leo Schachter Diamonds has announced the appointment of Joseph Green as its new executive vice president of sales. In this role, Green is responsible for go-to-market planning and strategic business development for the independent channel.

Green joins Leo Schachter following an eight-year tenure as senior vice president of Frederick Goldman. Green also served as vice president of Ritani.

“I am thrilled to join a global leader in diamond and diamond jewelry that possesses both a rich industry heritage and an innovative spirit, and look forward to contributing to the development of Leo Schachter’s bright future,” Green says.

“We are excited to welcome Joe to the Leo Schachter team and see this as yet another important building block in providing our growing independent retail channel with the highest level of professionalism and service that Joe, with his many years of experience in that sector, can provide,” says Elliot Tannenbaum, partner senior principal, Leo Schachter.

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