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Rosalind Brewer Gemstone Necklace

Rosalind Brewer Gemstone Necklace

  • Kyanite
  • Moss Agate
  • Quartz
  • Gold Plated Miyuki Delica Seed Beads
  • 14K Gold Fill Chain & Findings


Length ⇢ 16 inches + 3 inch Extender


Find out the history, lore, & healing powers of Kyanite, Agate, and Quartz in the information sections at the bottom of the page.   

We offer a brief version of this information in an elegant card format. You can find these cards in the Crystal Card blog post, where you can download & print it for yourself or add it to a gift! Click on the specific gemstone card & you will see a download icon. You can print the card out yourself, or let us know you are gifting these earrings through the "Add A Note" section at purchase.  

For more instructions on how to "Add A Note," visit our FAQ's page.  


Every necklace is made with natural Kyanite, however, the size & color of the gemstone may vary slightly.  


We have used two different types of gold in this piece. The clasp & extender are 14k gold filled - high quality & durable! The gold beads are 24k gold plated Miyuki Delica glass seed beads.  

Miyuki Delica seed beads have been the world standard for seed beads for over 60 years. They are highly sought after by jewelers & artists for their remarkable quality. The gold plate on the glass beads is relatively thin compared to the gold fill components. We have included some care instructions that will help keep your bracelet in pristine condition ♡ 

See the information sections at the bottom for more information on 14k gold fill & 24k gold plated seed beads. 


  • Rosalind G. Brewer is an American businesswoman & the first African American woman to become COO (chief operations officer) of Starbucks.  


    Born in Detroit, Brewer was one of five children. They were the 1st generation in her family to go to college. In 1980, she graduated from high school & immediately enrolled in Superman College. By 1994 she had earned her bachelor degree in chemistry. After Spelman, Brewer attended the University of Chicago Booth School of Business in Illinois & Stanford Law School in California. She then completed the advanced management program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2006.  


    Right out of college Brewer worked for the paper manufacturer, Kimberly Clark, where she stayed for 22 years. With a degree in chemistry, she started her career as a research technician. She bounced around the company & by 2006 she had worked her way up to be president of manufacturing & global operations. In 2006 she left Kimberly Clark & joined Walmart as regional vice president over operations in Georgia. From there she became the division president of Walmart’s Southeast Market & finally a president of Walmart East. 


    In 2012 Brewer was named President & CEO of Sam’s Club, becoming the first African American to lead a Walmart division. It wasn’t long before she had revolutionized many areas within the company - She doubled the number of organic products at Sam’s Club & led the development of the company’s curb side pickup service & e-commerce efforts , including a process that allowed customers to scan items with their phones in order to speed up checkout.   


    While she was working at Sam’s, Brewer met Starbucks CEO Howard Shultz, who invited her to work for Starbucks. Initially, she declined the offer, however, after retiring from Walmart on Feb 1, 2017, she accepted the COO role at Starbucks.  


    As of 2016, Brewer was listed as the 57th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes. She was also named one of the most powerful women by Forbes. Forbes named her among the Most Powerful Black Women of 2013. She has also been honored by Fortune magazine as one of the50 Most Powerful Women in Business. Fortune 500’s Most Powerful Women List of Sept 2015 ranked Brewer 15h. In 2016 she ranked 19th on Fortune’s annual ranking. 


    Ernst, A. (2018, July 07). Rosalind G. Brewer (1962- ). 


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