Suzanne Vetillart is an entrepreneur and the CEO of Boma Jewelry. In addition to serving as the CEO of Boma, Suzanne is a mother of four, a factory owner and proud advocate for social purpose corporations who believe in the triple bottom line: people, planet and profits. She is currently a member of the American Sustainable Business Council, the Sustainable Fashion Alliance and the founder of the Boma Girl Fund and Boma Grant Program for BIPOC designers.
Boma believes that fine jewelry can be affordable and sustainable. The company makes all its jewelry in its family-owned factory that they’ve owned for four decades. They specialize in sterling silver and gold vermeil, the most accessible entry to buying fine jewelry.
Suzanne sits down to discuss how she found her way back to entrepreneurship after wanting nothing to do with it. By allowing herself to experience the corporate world, she found a passion for executing on a vision. Not only that, but she also found a passion for leading people with the same vision. Want to find out how Suzanne went from the corporate world to CEO of a sustainable powerhouse? You know what to do.
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