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Tacori Appoints Roeya Vaughan as New CEO


Jewelry brand Tacori has appointed Roeya Vaughan (pictured) as its new CEO.

Vaughan joined the company in 2020, as chief commercial officer. According to her LinkedIn profile, she has served as co-CEO since January.

As CEO, Vaughan will be the first non-family member at the helm, though the Tacorian family will continue to oversee the brand. Current CEO Paul Tacorian will act as board chairman and co-owner Nadine Tacorian Arzerounian will continue as head of design.

Vaughan has 25 years of experience at a variety of luxury and premium consumer product companies. At past jobs, she grew the Oakley sunglass business, rebranded and rebooted the Asics and Meguiar’s brands, and created product platforms for Mattel’s Barbie franchise.

Last year, Vaughan appointed the former Piaget exec Jodi Riesenberg as vice president of sales. Tacori has also bolstered its position in the bridal category through a collaboration with Brilliant Earth.

Photo courtesy of Tacori

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By: Rob Bates

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