cover girl campaign

We are so pleased to announce our partnership with Sweet Briar College for the month of December and to present our Cover Girls – 6 fabulous alumnae from the Philadelphia area.

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Please see our beautiful EnA Sweet Briar catalog and learn why these accomplished and beautiful alumnae love EnA. 25% of sales for the month will benefit Sweet Briar.  Add code “SBC” at checkout.


We are having a great time working with the Women in Investing Network and our Cover Girl, Tracy Musser.  Since EnA Fine Jewelry and WIN are trying to meet our goal of raising $3,000 for Cradles to Crayons, we have decided to extend our Cover Girl campaign through August.  Please help us reach our goal by purchasing a piece of EnA Fine Jewelry.  10% of every sale goes directly to Cradles to Crayons, the designated charity of WIN for 2015.  

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Cradles to Crayons is an essential organization that provides needy children in the greater Philadelphia region with clothes, shoes, books and school supplies.  Now is a great time to support this organization, especially for those children who cannot afford back to school supplies.  Please help us reach our goal!

For more information about Cradles to Crayons, click here.

For more information about WIN, click here.

For more information about our Cover Girl, Tracy Musser, click here.


Q&A with Tracy Musser

by enafinejewelry on July 1, 2015

Posted in: EnA Cover Girl

EnA is thrilled to present our July Cover Girl.  Read on about this smart, savvy and accomplished woman and why we will be donating 10% to Cradles to Crayons (her charity of choice) for the month of July.

Tracy L. Musser is Sr. Institutional Relationship Manager at Thompson, Siegel and Walmsley LLC as well as Co-founder and Co-President of WIN, Women in Investing Network of Philadelphia

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What was the motivation for starting WIN?

With over 25 years of combined experience in the investment industry, the vision for WIN came from the desire of its co-founders, Tracy Musser, TS & W, and Sharon Hayman, Delaware Investments, to develop an organization focused on empowering women in investing throughout their careers.  Recognizing the importance of networking and building relationships within the investment industry, the co-founders focused on making these connections easier.  Tracy notes,” We established WIN to offer women from all constituencies in the investment business a means to discover the experts in our backyard.  The co-founders began creating a network designed to share business and career experience as we all worked to meet the common needs of our clients and colleagues.”

Today, WIN of Philadelphia is a non-profit organization that provides a forum for networking and professional development for women involved in investing, including plan sponsors, investment managers, consultants, accountants and attorneys.  WIN achieves this objective through a variety of activities, including live events, committee involvement, its website and regular communications.  Our mission is to:

– Promote professional networking and career development opportunities through effective programs, depth and breadth of membership, and extensive relationships in the investment community

– Foster personal development through opportunities in leadership, mentoring and education for women across varying investment professions and experience levels

– Provide high caliber education programs and access to pertinent resources to women in the investment industry

Please tell us about your charity and why it is important to you?

Over the years as WIN has grown up, we have increased our activities to include Community Outreach.This year’s selected organization is Cradles to Crayons.

Cradles to Crayons provides children from birth through age 12, living in homeless or low-income situations, with the essential items they need to thrive – at home, at school and at play. They supply these items free of charge by engaging and connecting communities that have with communities that need.

Cradles to Crayons collects new and nearly new children’s items through grassroots community drives and corporate donations. Donations are then processed and packaged by volunteers, and are distributed to disadvantaged children across the state through a collaborative network of social service agencies and school partners.

Their vision is that one day every child will have the essentials they need.

Why do you love EnA Fine Jewelry?

I love the geometry and flexibility of every piece. EnA represents fine jewelry pieces with a contemporary flare yet timeless and jewelry that can be worn with suits or casual wear.

What is your favorite EnA jewelry piece or collection?

I often wear the Champagne necklace.  It is unique in design and receives plenty of compliments.


EnA supports accomplished women through its Cover Girl campaign.  For the duration of a month, EnA Fine Jewelry donates a portion of the proceeds to the Cover Girl’s charity of choice.  This month, 10% of all sales will be donated to Cradles to Crayons. Please include “C2C’ in the “Special Instructions” box at checkout.


We are so pleased to partner this month with the Women’s Committee of the Penn Museum and to feature the Williams Director of the Museum, Dr. Julian Siggers and his wife, Canadian sculptor, Marianne Lovink, in our beautiful catalog.  We invite you to shop the catalog to support educational programming at the Penn Museum and to learn more about the amazing artifacts, inspiring intitiatives and heroic efforts on the part of the Women’s Committee.  20% of the proceeds will go to support educational programs.  Shop to support today!

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Please tell us about your organization and why it is so important to you?

[Dr. Siggers] The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology—the Penn Museum—is one of the real “treasures” of Philadelphia. A world renowned museum and research center, the Penn Museum was founded more than 125 years ago, before a single brick was laid, when archaeologists first went out to dig in the ancient Near East, at a site called Nippur in what is now southern Iraq. Those excavations, which continued for about 12 seasons, yielded thousands upon thousands of clay cuneiform tablets containing some of the earliest writing, and literature, in the world.

About 350 expeditions later, the Penn Museum continues to explore—through archaeological and ethnographic expeditions, as well as archival research, collections studies and scientific analysis. The collections have grown to nearly one million artifacts, from every inhabited continent and throughout the ages. Together, the collections and research provide our scholars, students and the public with exciting opportunities to explore and discover more about what it means to be human. The museum’s mission is to transform understanding of the human experience—and it happens in big ways and small, from gallery tours and talks that shed light on cultures through time, to the announcement of new discoveries, from a 6,500-year-old skeleton in museum storage, now with new identification information, to an ancient dynasty discovered during a dig in Abydos, Egypt.

Our all-volunteer Women’s Committee, knowing what treasures the Penn Museum contains, has created a wonderful “Treasures Sale and Show,”, featuring a wonderful range of jewelry and accessories by distinguished dealers and designers. EnA Fine Jewelry will be among the presenters! The sale and show, which benefits the Penn Museum, runs October 30 through November 2, with a host of special events people can sign up for now. Guests to the “Treasures Sale and Show” can explore the Penn Museum, and its treasures, too, when they come. Marianne and I are delighted and honored to be the honorary chairs of the event.

Why do you love EnA Fine Jewelry?

[Marianne] I love EnA jewelry because it is refined, sophisticated, and a little edgy.  The aesthetic is classic and contemporary at the same time.  I love the sculptural and architectural qualities of the designs.

What is your favorite jewelry piece or collection?

[Marianne] The CAPTIVITY Necklace is one I adore.  It is so versatile.  I can wear it with jeans or a black dress.  It makes a statement but in a subtle way.   The blackened sterling silver contrasts nicely with my hair color and complexion.


We are thrilled to present our latest partnership through our Cover Girl Campaign in support of educational programming through the efforts of the Women’s Committee at the Penn Museum.  This time, we are featuring a Cover Couple and not a Cover Girl.  Browse the catalog and learn why EnA has chosen to highlight Dr. Siggers and his wife, Marianne Lovink, an accomplished couple who have relocated to Philadelphia and are the honorary co-chairs of the Treasures Sale and Show organized by the Women’s Committee.  EnA will be participating in the event taking place at the Museum from October 30th through November 2nd, but until then, you can shop the catalog.

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You will learn about the amazing initiatives taking place at this Philadelphia treasure and why you should shop to support this cultural institution.  20% of the proceeds from sales in the catalog will go toward educational programming through the Women’s Committee including Unpacking the Past, an initiative that brings to life the study of ancient civilizations for 10,000 inner-city 7th graders annually.  Thank you for supporting the Penn Museum!