The Diamonds Do Good Awards, presented by non-profit organisation, will honour De Beers Group, Rosy Blue, Valérie Messika, and Lorraine West at its annual gala on 1st June at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. The awards recognise individuals and organisations that demonstrate a commitment to creating positive impact in communities and being responsible corporate citizens.
Anna Martin, President of Diamonds Do Good, said, “The Diamond Do Good Awards recognises leaders who understand the interconnectedness between building a successful business, having a social purpose and caring for community. Each honouree exemplifies the tenet that ‘Doing Good is Good Business’.”
De Beers Group will receive the highest honour, The GOOD Award, for their commitment to creating lasting positive impact for the people and places where natural diamonds are found.
Rosy Blue will receive The Visionary Award for being the first Indian manufacturer to incorporate social, environmental, economic, and ethical factors into their corporate strategic decision-making process.
Valérie Messika will receive The NextGen Award for her talent and innovativeness in creating diamond jewellery with a youthfulness and cool factor, and for inspiring a new generation to make a difference in the world through her Fondation Valérie Messika.
Lorraine West will receive The Inspiration Award for her talent and perseverance in the diamond and jewellery industry, and for her work to bring more equity and representation to the industry.
Diamonds Do Good is a not-for-profit organization that aims to create meaningful change in natural diamond communities across the world and to promote the positive impact of diamonds. The Diamonds Do Good Awards will take place on June 1st at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.
Recipients of 2023’s Diamonds Do Good Awards include De Beers Group, Rosy Blue, Valérie Messika, and Lorraine West. The Awards will be presented at Diamonds Do Good’s annual gala on June 1st at the Venetian Hotel, Palazzo Ballroom, Las Vegas, NV.
“The recipients of these awards reflect the importance of engaging community around the world,” said DDG Co-Founder and Civil Rights Leader Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Jr. “Now more than ever we need to reaffirm and share this commitment with consumers everywhere.”