T. Eitan Tashey, G.G.
Eitan is Coordinator of Educational Programing for PGSL. He has worked as a gemologist for PGSL since 2006, grading and identifying diamonds and precious stones for the laboratory. He is fascinated by the ancient trade routes that brought gemstones to the world and how the distribution channel changed during the course of the 20th Century. This fascination with the international dimension of the gemstone trade propelled him to seek a master’s degree in international affairs. He has traveled extensively and continues to do so for the company.
2017: Introduced gemstone sorting program to PGSL.
2015: Jewelry specialist at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers
2013: Co-creator of the World of Gemstones course at PGSL.
2012: Co-creator of the World of Diamonds course at PGSL.
2006 – 2008: Worked as a gemologist and manager at PGSL.
-- Graded and appraised diamonds, gemstones and jewelry in the laboratory and on-site at trade shows.
-- Delivered a presentation to CJA on trends in conflict diamonds and the Kimberley Process.
-- Set targets for output levels for the laboratory.
-- Represented the company at domestic and international trade shows.
2012: M.A. International Affairs - American University, School of International Service. Washington, D.C.
Concentration in political economy and globalization.
2011: Rothberg International School - Hebrew University. Jerusalem, Israel.
2010: Arabic Language Institute - American University in Cairo. Cairo, Egypt.
2009: B.A. History - University of Illinois at Chicago. Chicago, IL.
2006: G.G. Graduate Gemologist - Gemological Institute of America. New York, NY.
2010 - present
2010 - present