Start Date: 2/16/2023 6:00 PM MST
End Date: 2/16/2023 8:00 PM MST
Venue Name: Metalmark Fine Jewelry Location:
3615 W 32nd Ave
Denver, CO United States 80211
What exactly should you be doing
to be a “sustainable” jeweler?
with Jenna White
Founder: Responsible Revolution LLC
Intro: With all the terminology floating around (responsible, ethical, sustainable, fairtrade, etc.) the
quest to be a sustainable jeweler can feel daunting, if not impossible.
What You’ll Learn: Jenna will help de-mystify the jargon and provide practical advice for you to:
1) communicate your sustainability practices to your customers and employees
2) avoid costly mistakes
3) answer tough questions from customers
4) discern differences between marketing/PR claims and true impact
5) identify the next steps you can take to move forward on your journey.
Her advice will focus on practical things that you can do with no financial investment, or with a
minimal financial investment.
What She’ll Learn: Jenna’s mission is to support everyone in the jewelry industry to make progress
towards transparent and traceable supply chains. This session will have plenty of time for Q&A,
discussion, and networking. Jenna wants to hear directly from you! What are your challenges? What
resources do you wish were available?
Thursday, Feb 16th 2023 6-8pm
Metalmark Fine Jewelry
3615 W 32nd Ave, Denver, CO 80211
Snacks and drinks provided.
Free to WJA members | $20 non members
Jenna has a passion for making jewelry supply chains more
transparent and traceable.
Work Experience: Jenna is the founder of Responsible
Revolution LLC. She has 17 years of consulting experience in
corporate sustainability (CSR, ESG), international development,
and social and environmental impact evaluation. Her clients
include Rapaport, the Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources, the
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USAID, USPTO, Unicef,
UNOPS, IDB, FCDO, and the Westminster Foundation for
Democracy among others.
Education: She holds a BS in Finance and BS in Organizational Administration from the University
of Illinois. She also holds and MS in Natural Resources and an MBA from the University of
Michigan’s Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise. She is currently pursuing her PhD in
Environmental Resource Science and Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines. Her research
focuses on transparent and traceable jewelry supply chains, with a particular focus on gold,
diamonds, and colored stones. Jenna is currently pursuing her GG through the GIA and has
obtained her AJP, Diamond Graduate Diploma and Pearls Graduate Diploma. She has also obtained
a Luxury Masterclass Certificate through Christie’s with a focus on Jewellery History and Watches.
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