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DDG Names 2024 Diamond Do Good Award Honorees March 06, 2024 (0 comments)


New York, NY--Recipients of 2024’s Diamonds Do Good Awards include The Gemological Institute of America (GIA), London Jewelers, and Lisa Bridge, president and CEO of Ben Bridge Jeweler. The awards will be presented at Diamonds Do Good’s annual gala on May 30 in Las Vegas.

“The Diamond Do Good Awards recognizes leaders who understand the interconnectedness between building a successful business, having a social purpose, and caring for the community,” says Kathy Corey, president of Diamonds Do Good. “These are values shared by our organization and the natural diamond industry.”

Awards being presented during the evening are:

The Visionary Leadership Award: GIA

The DDG’s Visionary Leadership Award recognizes GIA’s innovative programs and unwavering dedication to independence, excellence, trust, and transparency illuminating the path toward a more sustainable and socially responsible future. GIA’s commitment to protecting consumers, education, environmental conservation, and social responsibility has left an indelible mark on our industry and has contributed to the betterment of communities around the world.

Community Impact Award: London Jewelers:

The Community Impact Award recognizes London Jewelers’ unwavering commitment to philanthropy and community betterment while also being a beacon of trust and integrity for over nine decades. London Jewelers exemplifies the profound influence a business can have by not only providing exquisite jewelry but also fostering a world where generosity and compassion thrive.

The NextGen Award: Lisa Bridge, President & CEO Ben Bridge Jewelers:

The Next Gen Award recognizes Bridge’s exceptional leadership in reshaping the natural diamond and jewelry industry landscape, connecting with Gen Z and Millennial consumers through innovative ideas, and making meaningful contributions to the communities where Ben Bridge Jeweler does business.

“The recipients of these awards reflect the importance of championing community around the world”, says DDG’s immediate past president Anna Martin, “We must proudly share their good works and those of the natural diamond industry with consumers who are looking for these reassurances with their purchases.”

The Diamonds Do Good Awards will take place on May 30 in Las Vegas at the Venetian Hotel, San Polo Ballroom starting at 6 p.m. For more information and to purchase tickets or sponsorships, visit:

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