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Jewelers of America Hires Membership Chief

Jan 27, 2019 5:08 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Jewelers of America (JA) has appointed Regina Ciarleglio as its new director of membership, the trade association said Friday.

Ciarleglio, who will oversee JA’s membership development and retention, has more than 25 years of experience in the watch and jewelry industry, having previously worked for Cartier, Swiss Army Brands and Gucci. She was most recently director of retail development at luxury auction marketplace Worthy.

“Regina has a breadth of industry knowledge and experiences, and she will be a tremendous asset as we turn our focus to providing added membership value, prioritizing member engagement and increasing membership,” said JA CEO David Bonaparte.

Ciarleglio has also served on the board of the Jewelers Vigilance Committee and the Women’s Jewelry Association. She replaces Matthew Tratner.

Image: Regina Ciarleglio. (Regina Ciarleglio/LinkedIn)
Tags: Cartier, David Bonaparte, director of membership, gucci, ja, Jewelers of America, Jewelers Vigilance Committee, Matthew Tratner, Rapaport News, Regina Ciarleglio, Women’s Jewelry Association, Worthy
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