The concept of freedom sparked an emotional resolve in me I couldn’t ignore. After dedicating 20 years to the non-profit world, I was ready for a change.  My work had meaning, and I enjoyed working along-side people with shared values, so remaining engaged with philanthropy was important.  But there was one prevailing desire that always stayed with me; I wanted to create as a means to impact the well being of others.



As my business and jewelry line evolves, the principle of freedom has taken hold. I am fortunate to design for clients that inspire me with their authenticity and self-expression. I admire their spirit of curiosity, well-lived lives rooted in adventure and purpose. A woman with unforced style is confident and always refreshing. She sees the beauty in imperfection and value the luxury of simplicity.

This relationship with my clients is greater than the sum of its parts - it allows me to provide freedom to others through my giving: freedom from need, freedom from harm, and the freedom to thrive. To this end, I have the privilege to contribute 10% of Relica’s 2019 profits to the African Wildlife Foundation.

The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), promotes conservation in Africa through education, reforestation, sustainable farming, anti-poaching and efforts to help indigenous Africans build lives and communities that co-exist with wildlife and preserve habitat.

 Feeling good about doing good for the good of others!