Brandee Dallow, former manager/partner at the Diamond Information Center (J. Walter Thompson Co.), joins the Julius Klein Group as director of communications & marketing, says A.D. Klein, president. In her position, Dallow will manage all marketing and branding-related activities on behalf of the Julius Klein Group and its affiliate companies, which includes renowned American diamond jewelry designer, Ritani.
Prior to joining the Julius Klein Group, Dallow spent nearly five years at the Diamond Information Center, managing an array of public relations activities for the DIC, the group that conducts publicity on behalf of the Diamond Trading Company, the sales and marketing arm of the De Beers Group. Specifically, Dallow was responsible for the conception and execution of programs related to corporate communications, working closely with key members of the World Diamond Council on the conflict diamonds issue, trade communications, international programs, gem defensive issues, and the bridal/diamond engagement ring market.
Dallow also spent several years at Rubenstein Public Relations, a New York-based public relations agency, working on behalf of such clients as the 21 Club, the Guernsey’s John F. Kennedy auction and the Miss Universe Organization. Prior to her tenure at Rubenstein, Dallow was the deputy press secretary for New York State Attorney General Dennis Vacco and an on-air radio news anchor in Rockland County, N.Y.
The Julius Klein Group is a manufacturer and international distributor of fine quality diamonds and diamond jewelry since 1948.