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WJA Names New Board Members

Feb 26, 2019 8:03 AM   By Rapaport News
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 The Women’s Jewelry Association (WJA) has appointed Jacqueline Cassaway, the vice president of merchandising for Starboard Cruise Services, as president-elect.

Jenny Luker will remain president and Sara Yood will continue as treasurer. Corporate secretary Rebecca Moskal, vice president of chapter affairs Lauren Thompson and past president Brandee Dallow will also stay in their roles.

The WJA also elected the following members to its board: 

  • Kristyn Beausoleil, national director of partner development, Forevermark
  • Susan Chandler, chief merchandising officer, Citizen Watch America
  • Morgan Miller, account executive, Couture Show
  • Tina Olm, director of enterprise business development, Jewelers Mutual Insurance Group
  • Jacqueline Raffi, vice president of business development, Hearts on Fire
  • Monica Stephenson, president, Anza Gems
  • Tonia Zehrer, senior vice president and chief merchandising officer, Signet Jewelers
“We welcome our new board members and congratulate Jacqueline Cassaway on her new position on the executive committee as president elect,” said Luker. “These committed volunteers are the backbone of WJA’s work, and we are grateful they are bringing their insights and experiences to our board.”

Danielle Ingwer Cohen, Peggy Jo Donahue, Desiree Hanson, Kristie Nicolosi and Erin O’Donnell will all leave the board.

Image: Jacqueline Cassaway. (Women’s Jewelry Association)
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