Meet the Ladies of H&A International Jewelry

Whether they’re protecting our country, running our companies, saving our lives or supporting our families, we believe Beyonce said it best when she sang “Who run the world? Girls.” Since today is International Women’s Day, we thought there’s no better time to introduce the women behind H&A International Jewelry.

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Marta (center)

If you’ve purchased anything from H&A International Jewelry, you’ve probably been guided by Marta. Originally from Poland, Marta immigrated to the United States 7 years ago, and found her passion for stones and sales to be a perfect fit at H&A. After 5 years on the team and becoming a GIA Diamonds Graduate (with some coursework in colored stones), she became the Showroom Supervisor, where she manages everything you see when you walk in. You’ll rarely see her without a hot tea in her hand and a smile on her face, ready to assist and educate future diamond owners.


Ashley (left)

Remember the saying “behind every great man is a great woman”? That’s our Ashley. As Operations Assistant Manager, Ashley organizes and coordinates all the beautiful pieces you see in our showroom as well as performing a myriad of duties in accounting, human resources and office management. With a master’s degree in Human Resources and a fiercely focused attitude, she keeps the general manager’s head from exploding and the entire office laughing through the day.


Allison (right)

Our latest team member, Allison joined us in October to assist with our Social Media and sales team. If you’ve called H&A, there’s a good chance you’ve heard her voice on the other end of the line. With a bachelor’s degree in Theater, she enhances every customer’s experience in the store and online, and is usually our in store photographer, too. She loves to see customers' creativity; you can send any photos of you or your loved ones showing off your latest H&A purchase to her at to be featured on our social media accounts. Drop a comment on our Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest and tell her “hello!”