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Kristie Nicolosi Rejoins WJA Board in Prestigious Role

New York—The Woman’s Jewelry Association (WJA) proudly announced on Wednesday the election of Kristie Nicolosi to its international board of directors, alongside her appointment as chair of the WJA Audit Committee.

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Nicolosi’s return to the board marks a continuation of her dedicated service to the organization. She previously served as WJA’s treasurer and investment committee chair from 2011 to 2018.

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Expressing her gratitude, Nicolosi stated, “I am honored to be rejoining the WJA board this year and to contribute my expertise to this amazing organization. WJA has served a critical role in the advancement of women in the jewelry industry for over 40 years, and I’m excited to work with the board to fortify the organization so it will continue its mission for many years to come.”

As the president and CEO of The Kingswood Company, a leading global manufacturer of high-quality jewelry care products, Nicolosi brings a wealth of industry experience to her new role. She has held this position since 2005.

Nicolosi’s commitment to advancing women’s empowerment extends beyond her involvement with WJA. She actively participates in various groups that align with the organization’s mission, including The Women’s Fund of Central Ohio, the Women President’s Organization, and the international board of directors for Diamonds Do Good.

Recognized for her professional achievements, Nicolosi has been honored as one of Columbus Business’ “First Forty Under 40,” a finalist for the 2020 Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of The Year” East Central award, and was inducted into the Private Label Manufacturers Association Hall of Fame in 2003.

Susan Chandler, president of WJA, expressed confidence in Nicolosi’s abilities, stating, “Kristie’s experience, insight, and leadership will be a great addition to our community and further our mission.”

Nicolosi’s return to the WJA board signals a continued commitment to advancing the organization’s goals and supporting women in the jewelry industry.

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