ARABEL LEBRUSAN studied gemology, jewellery and fine arts in Spain and Holland, before arriving in London to take her MA in jewellery design at the prestigious Central Saint Martin’s School of Art and Design. Prior to that, years spent visiting jewellery factories and production lines around the world provided her life-changing insight on the impact of non-ethical practices on the environment, workers and communities. Following a three-year stint as Creative Director of Leblas Jewellery, she launched her own exclusive signature collection. Today’s Arabel’s award-winning designs are created with a passion, with Fairtrade and ethical principals at its heart. Made by master craftsmen in the UK and in her native Spain they are worn by stylish women the world over, from Queen Letizia of Spain to Hollywood actress, Sienna Miller.

ARABEL LEBRUSAN studied gemology, jewellery and fine arts in Spain and Holland, before arriving in London to take her MA in jewellery design at the prestigious Central Saint Martin’s School of Art and Design. Prior to that, years spent visiting jewellery factories and production lines around the world provided her life-changing insight on the impact of non-ethical practices on the environment, workers and communities. Following a three-year stint as Creative Director of Leblas Jewellery, she launched her own exclusive signature collection. Today’s Arabel’s award-winning designs are created with a passion, with Fairtrade and ethical principals at its heart. Made by master craftsmen in the UK and in her native Spain they are worn by stylish women the world over, from Queen Letizia of Spain to Hollywood actress, Sienna Miller.

CYNTHIA CARTWRIGHT is the CIPD qualified Business Manager at Wongs Jewellers in Liverpool. She has more than 15 years retail management experience, and recently won, 'Store Manager of the year' at the Liverpool Echo Retail Awards. Cynthia is passionate about retail and has proven commercial acumen. Cynthia has managed teams of up to 60 with a £6million turnover and worked across the regions to support in all areas of retail support, from Visual merchandising to recruitment. Cynthia has taken part in seminars at industry events including IJL and Jewellery and Watch Birmingham. She is on the marketing steering group for the local Liverpool BID to focus the city centre marketing campaigns to champion retail. Wongs won the 'Customer Event of the year' at the Professional Jeweller awards 2018; Cynthia takes pride in organising an amazing annual customer event each year to raise money for Alder Hey. So far, her team have raised more than £120,000 for the charity since 2016.

CYNTHIA CARTWRIGHT is the CIPD qualified Business Manager at Wongs Jewellers in Liverpool. She has more than 15 years retail management experience, and recently won, 'Store Manager of the year' at the Liverpool Echo Retail Awards. Cynthia is passionate about retail and has proven commercial acumen. Cynthia has managed teams of up to 60 with a £6million turnover and worked across the regions to support in all areas of retail support, from Visual merchandising to recruitment. Cynthia has taken part in seminars at industry events including IJL and Jewellery and Watch Birmingham. She is on the marketing steering group for the local Liverpool BID to focus the city centre marketing campaigns to champion retail. Wongs won the 'Customer Event of the year' at the Professional Jeweller awards 2018; Cynthia takes pride in organising an amazing annual customer event each year to raise money for Alder Hey. So far, her team have raised more than £120,000 for the charity since 2016.

JERRY GREIG interned in Christie's Jewellery department after graduating from University of Bristol in 2003. She achieved her GIA GG in New York and joined De Beers DTC as a trainee rough diamond valuer, eventually joining the Forevermark team. In 2010, Jerry was appointed as High Jewellery manager for Cartier in 2010. She went on to join Solange Azagury Partridge, initially as Production and Merchandise Manager, eventually promoted to Commercial Manager in 2011. In 2014 Jerry joined Niquesa as Head of Production and set up Jerry Greig Ltd in 2016 to offer fine jewellery consultancy to the industry.

JERRY GREIG interned in Christie's Jewellery department after graduating from University of Bristol in 2003. She achieved her GIA GG in New York and joined De Beers DTC as a trainee rough diamond valuer, eventually joining the Forevermark team. In 2010, Jerry was appointed as High Jewellery manager for Cartier in 2010. She went on to join Solange Azagury Partridge, initially as Production and Merchandise Manager, eventually promoted to Commercial Manager in 2011. In 2014 Jerry joined Niquesa as Head of Production and set up Jerry Greig Ltd in 2016 to offer fine jewellery consultancy to the industry.

MIRANDA RAW is a Director at Raw Pearls, the award-winning UK pearl jewellery company. Under her stewardship the company has been shortlisted for both Retail Jeweller's and the National Association of Jeweller's Jewellery Supplier of the Year awards. The company have also won Professional Jeweller's Pearl Collection of the Year two years running. Miranda also fronts the company's online video learning platform, Pearl Academy, is a member of International Jewellery London's Advisory Board, and has been a judge in the pearl category at the Goldsmiths Craft and Design Awards. Prior to joining her family business, Miranda worked in Alternative Investments for leading investment bank Goldman Sachs. She has a degree in Law from University College London.

MIRANDA RAW is a Director at Raw Pearls, the award-winning UK pearl jewellery company. Under her stewardship the company has been shortlisted for both Retail Jeweller's and the National Association of Jeweller's Jewellery Supplier of the Year awards. The company have also won Professional Jeweller's Pearl Collection of the Year two years running. Miranda also fronts the company's online video learning platform, Pearl Academy, is a member of International Jewellery London's Advisory Board, and has been a judge in the pearl category at the Goldsmiths Craft and Design Awards. Prior to joining her family business, Miranda worked in Alternative Investments for leading investment bank Goldman Sachs. She has a degree in Law from University College London.

ELINA FAURSCHOU, originally a Corporate Lawyer based in New York, Hamburg and Stockholm, created her own jewellery label Phine in November 2017. She moved to London to study jewellery design at Morley College and Central Saint Martins to eventually launch PHINE. PHINE represented gold, beauty and geometric art forms which can be seen in aspects of many of the brand designs to date. In mathematics, the ratio 1:1.618 is referred to as the Golden Ratio of numerical beauty. This number 1.618 is also known as PHI, which also stands for equal measurements. All Phine pieces are crafted by hand in London, giving each piece a unique identity.

ELINA FAURSCHOU, originally a Corporate Lawyer based in New York, Hamburg and Stockholm, created her own jewellery label Phine in November 2017. She moved to London to study jewellery design at Morley College and Central Saint Martins to eventually launch PHINE. PHINE represented gold, beauty and geometric art forms which can be seen in aspects of many of the brand designs to date. In mathematics, the ratio 1:1.618 is referred to as the Golden Ratio of numerical beauty. This number 1.618 is also known as PHI, which also stands for equal measurements. All Phine pieces are crafted by hand in London, giving each piece a unique identity.

KERRY GREGORY FGA DGA is a gemmologist, teacher, writer and dealer, having entered the jewellery industry 20 years ago; she has since had a varied career encompassing retail, manufacture, appraisal, pawnbroking, education and dealing in pre-owned gemstones and jewellery. Kerry now has her own business, Gemmology Rocks, the main mission of which is to deliver affordable, accessible and commercially relevant gemmology education and support to individuals and small businesses outside London and Birmingham.

KERRY GREGORY FGA DGA is a gemmologist, teacher, writer and dealer, having entered the jewellery industry 20 years ago; she has since had a varied career encompassing retail, manufacture, appraisal, pawnbroking, education and dealing in pre-owned gemstones and jewellery. Kerry now has her own business, Gemmology Rocks, the main mission of which is to deliver affordable, accessible and commercially relevant gemmology education and support to individuals and small businesses outside London and Birmingham.

ESTELLE LEVIN-NALLY is an impact entrepreneur and sustainability influencer with more than 20 years’ experience working in the international minerals trade. In 2010, Estelle founded Levin Sources as a catalyst to deliver sustainability through better business and good governance in the minerals sector. She is most well known for her work in responsible mining, responsible sourcing, conservation, conflict minerals, and green economy minerals. Estelle is a proud Geographer with two Masters’ degrees. In addition to her responsibilities as CEO of Levin Sources, Estelle presently serves as Project Director, Market Linkages and Investment for USAID's Commercially Viable Conflict-Free Gold Program. She is presently an Advisory Board member for the CRAFT Standard (Alliance for Responsible Mining); Advisory Board member for Ethical Metalsmiths serving on the Responsible Sourcing committee; the Ethical Sourcing Ambassador for the Women’s Jewellery Association, UK; Founding Member of the Better Business Committee of the UK’s National Association of Jewellers; and Advisory Council Member of the East and Southern African Coloured Gemstones Alumni Forum. Estelle was named  #48  Top 100 Modern Slavery Influencers 2018;  #15  Top 100 Conflict Minerals Influencers 2017 and  #52  in 2016.

ESTELLE LEVIN-NALLY is an impact entrepreneur and sustainability influencer with more than 20 years’ experience working in the international minerals trade. In 2010, Estelle founded Levin Sources as a catalyst to deliver sustainability through better business and good governance in the minerals sector. She is most well known for her work in responsible mining, responsible sourcing, conservation, conflict minerals, and green economy minerals. Estelle is a proud Geographer with two Masters’ degrees. In addition to her responsibilities as CEO of Levin Sources, Estelle presently serves as Project Director, Market Linkages and Investment for USAID's Commercially Viable Conflict-Free Gold Program. She is presently an Advisory Board member for the CRAFT Standard (Alliance for Responsible Mining); Advisory Board member for Ethical Metalsmiths serving on the Responsible Sourcing committee; the Ethical Sourcing Ambassador for the Women’s Jewellery Association, UK; Founding Member of the Better Business Committee of the UK’s National Association of Jewellers; and Advisory Council Member of the East and Southern African Coloured Gemstones Alumni Forum. Estelle was named #48 Top 100 Modern Slavery Influencers 2018; #15 Top 100 Conflict Minerals Influencers 2017 and #52 in 2016.

VIVIEN JOHNSON BA (Hons) FRSA is an executive partner for The Dragonfly Initiative, a sustainability advisory firm established to enable businesses manage their supply chains. Vivien balances commercial objectives with responsible, inclusive supply-chain strategies. She has an intricate knowledge of the precious minerals sector and the rigour and benefit of implementing new standards or practices. As Chairman of the Jewellery Ethics Committee UK 2007-2015, her influence extends to policy creation and implementation in both business and government. She has a successful track record with NGOs, SMEs and corporate clients in Europe, Asia, South and North America. Vivien has won several high-profile industry awards. She founded her jewellery brand, Fifi Bijoux Luxury Ethical Jewellery, in 2006.

VIVIEN JOHNSON BA (Hons) FRSA is an executive partner for The Dragonfly Initiative, a sustainability advisory firm established to enable businesses manage their supply chains. Vivien balances commercial objectives with responsible, inclusive supply-chain strategies. She has an intricate knowledge of the precious minerals sector and the rigour and benefit of implementing new standards or practices. As Chairman of the Jewellery Ethics Committee UK 2007-2015, her influence extends to policy creation and implementation in both business and government. She has a successful track record with NGOs, SMEs and corporate clients in Europe, Asia, South and North America. Vivien has won several high-profile industry awards. She founded her jewellery brand, Fifi Bijoux Luxury Ethical Jewellery, in 2006.

LUCY CROWTHER is a London based jewellery designer and gemmologist. She created her jewellery brand Minka Gems approximately three years ago. Her passion is for coloured gemstones and working with top quality pieces. She spent two years travelling and working between Jaipur, India and New York for the late Munnu Kasliwal of ’The Gem Palace’. Returning to England, she trained as a gemmologist at Gem-A and went on to work for coloured gemstone traders, G F Williams, in Hatton Garden. Lucy also delivers coloured gemstones masterclasses including guidance on how to value and what to look for when purchasing buying coloured gemstones.

LUCY CROWTHER is a London based jewellery designer and gemmologist. She created her jewellery brand Minka Gems approximately three years ago. Her passion is for coloured gemstones and working with top quality pieces. She spent two years travelling and working between Jaipur, India and New York for the late Munnu Kasliwal of ’The Gem Palace’. Returning to England, she trained as a gemmologist at Gem-A and went on to work for coloured gemstone traders, G F Williams, in Hatton Garden. Lucy also delivers coloured gemstones masterclasses including guidance on how to value and what to look for when purchasing buying coloured gemstones.

CHLOE LIGHTFOOT is a Freeman of the Goldsmiths' Company, which was awarded to her after she completed a 5-year diamond mounting apprenticeship. Chloe studied at the Goldsmiths' Centre, completing the Foundation Programme. She creates fine jewellery using very traditional hand skills and techniques. Chloe won the Junior Award at the Goldsmiths' Craft & Design Council awards in 2016; she was also voted one of Retail Jewellers Rising Stars 2019.

CHLOE LIGHTFOOT is a Freeman of the Goldsmiths' Company, which was awarded to her after she completed a 5-year diamond mounting apprenticeship. Chloe studied at the Goldsmiths' Centre, completing the Foundation Programme. She creates fine jewellery using very traditional hand skills and techniques. Chloe won the Junior Award at the Goldsmiths' Craft & Design Council awards in 2016; she was also voted one of Retail Jewellers Rising Stars 2019.

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