With De Beers’ partnership, WJA is able to keep the Jewelry Loupe Project free-of-charge and support more emerging designers.
The scholarships will support underrepresented communities, including BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities.
Companies will share why women's empowerment is important to their business and how they are celebrating women around the world with jewelry.
WJA Foundation awarded $30,000 to grant recipients across its Carelle Grant, Jewelers Mutual Veteran Grant, and Member Grants in 2021.
Grazi will take over the post currently held by Brandee Dallow on January 1, 2023.
March is Me Month will officially launch on March 1, 2022.
Susan Chandler is elected as the president of the WJA International Board of Directors for the 2022-23 term.
This will give these two WJA members the opportunity to enroll in a top-rated sustainability course.
Karen Goracke was honored at WJA's 2021 Awards for Excellence Gala in New York City.
Applications are due by October 31, 2021.
The fundraiser will directly support WJA’s diversity, equity and inclusion programs, and responsible business and sustainability education scholarships for its members.
The event is on September 9, 2021.
WJA designer members offered a free virtual showroom on the jewelry trading platform.
The fundraiser will support WJA’s innovative and forward-looking programming focused on diversity, equity and inclusion, responsible sourcing and sustainability, and leadership development.
It will be held at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers in New York.
Apply by April 30.
Cindy and Morgan Newman of The Newman Group of Oppenheimer & Co. Inc will be joining the first event on Wednesday, February 24th.
The goal is to empower women to purchase jewelry for themselves.
Joining Chandler on the 2021 International Board of Directors includes Beth Gerstein, Dr. Raquel Alonso-Perez, and Matthew Tratner.
The campaign is aligned with International Women's Day.
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