Diamonds Do Good Recognizes Leaders Creating Positive Community Impact

Celebrity Influencers Among Those Raising Funds to Help Student Scholars and Entrepreneurs from Natural Diamond Communities
Diamonds Do Good Recognizes Leaders Creating Positive Community Impact

Before a sold-out audience of industry leaders, designers, retailers, and celebrity influencers including jewelry designers Neil Lane and Meredith Marks (also of Real Housewives of Salt Lake City fame), Diamonds Do Good (DDG) recognized leaders who represent the tenet that ‘Doing Good is Good Business’ on the eve of the opening of JCK Las Vegas.

Beyoncé stylist, Shiona Turini received Diamonds Do Good’s ‘Diamond Influence Award’ reflecting both the prestige and enduring impact of natural diamonds in pop culture while acknowledging her significant contribution to shaping and influencing diamonds in the cultural landscape.

Luxury retailer London Jewelers, the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), and Ben Bridge Jeweler President & CEO Lisa Bridge all received awards recognizing their leadership in adopting policies and programs that reflect the interconnectedness between building a successful business, having a social purpose, and caring for the community.

The enthusiastic crowd helped raise an additional $50,000 during the program by purchasing Gabriel & Co.’s exclusively designed tiger-eye bracelets with diamond accents donated to DDG by board member Jack Gabriel and his brother Dominic.

The funds raised for the event will be used to provide educational and entrepreneurship grants to empower young people living in natural diamond communities worldwide. 

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