New York, NY--The Plumb Club announces the results of its board elections, for the first time held virtually. New to the board is Kristie Nicolosi, (image) president and CEO of The Kingswood Company, a leading supplier of private-label fine jewelry care products. Nicolosi has also served as a national board member and treasurer of the Women’s Jewelry Association (WJA) and as board member and treasurer of The Women’s Fund of Central Ohio.
New to the executive committee, as secretary, is Corinna Bhasin, vice president and general manager of FD Worldwide Merchandise Group, a leading fine jewelry merchandising and manufacturing supply partner to major jewelry retailers worldwide.
Roger Forman, owner of Marathon Company, a leading manufacturer of children’s jewelry in the United States, will return to the executive committee as treasurer. He previously was secretary.
Returning to the board for a second two-year term is A.J. Tosyali, president of Benchmark Wedding Rings, a U.S. based manufacturer of wedding bands for over 50 years, as well as Pranav Shah, CEO of KGS Jewels, a fourth-generation family-owned diamond and jewelry manufacturer.
Michael Lerche, president of Gold Star Jewellery will be completing his final one-year term as president, and Sam Sandberg, chairman at A. Jaffe, will continue as vice president.
Leaving the board after reaching his term limit of six years is Michael Langhammer, CEO of Quality Gold, a renowned and trusted manufacturer with worldwide presence and offices in the USA, Canada, Italy and India.
“We are thrilled to welcome Kristie Nicolosi to the board,” said Lerche. “Her contributions to the Club have already made their mark and we look forward to having her insights and talent on the board. We are happy to welcome Corinna Bhasin to the Executive Committee. Her help on the board has been invaluable. The returning board members, Sam Sandberg, Roger Forman, A.J. Tosyali and Pranav Shah have been a huge asset to the Club and we are thrilled to have them continue. Of course, we are sorry to see Michael Langhammer leave the board and we thank him for all the time and dedication that he has provided to our association during his term.”