Women Leading the Diamond Industry
In light of Women’s History Month, we are uplifting the stories of the women in the diamond industry who relentlessly dare to shake up the status quo. Their contributions keep the diamond industry on a progressive path of transparency and innovation which are the contours of the industry’s values.
Join us for a conversation including the women who are shaping the modern diamond dream. We’ll uncover the stories of our esteemed panelists composed of entrepreneurs, founders, designers, and sustainability heads.
Mosibudi Jo Mathole
Founder and Owner of Kwame Diamonds
Entrepreneur and Founder of Gemist
Jewelry Designer and Founder of RHH Jewelry
Journalist and Author, Luxury Editor of The Economist’s 1843 Magazine
Last Year's Event
Diamonds: The Future is Female
Melanie Grant from the Economist’s 1843 magazine hosted a live debate, “Diamonds: The Future is Female”, with four guests: model and philanthropist Noëlla Coursaris Musunka, founder and CEO of the charity Malaika; Naseem Lahri, MD of Lucara Diamond Botswana; the fine jewelry designer Satta Matturi and Pat Dambe, Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Government Relations, De Beers Group.
The enlightening conversation turns from the impact of diamond mining around the world to how an increasingly strong representation of women in the workforce is helping to build and positively impact entire communities.
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