Rebecca Moskal has over 15 years of experience in luxury and jewelry marketing. Having started her career at a notable advertising agency in New York, Rebecca honed her skills for developing strategic media campaigns for global brands. A yearning for a more diverse experience led her to begin her illustrious client-side career, which would eventually include Bulgari, David Yurman, Van Cleef & Arpels and Beaudry. She brings her knowledge and expertise assisting brands to realize their ultimate potential via brand strategy development and public relations. A member of the Women’s Jewelry Association for more than a decade, Rebecca currently serves as the International Board’s Events Chair, Vice President of the Los Angeles chapter, and is the recipient of the 2015 Award for Excellence in Marketing and Communications.
Armed with a degree in Communications from Boston College, Caroline Tracy began her career as the Assistant to the Associate Publisher of Vogue Magazine. It was here, within the famed halls of Condé Nast, that her passion for all things jewelry was ignited. After moving to Los Angeles, Caroline worked as the Marketing Manager for couture jewelry designer Michael Beaudry, handling co-op advertising, production of collateral materials, and events management. A strong writer with a creative eye, Caroline serves as our chief copywriter and brand editor, overseeing content creation and social media for our clients.
An internship in the Buying Office at Harvey Nichols during a semester abroad at the London College of Fashion at the University of the Arts sparked a passion for the luxury goods world within Christine Purdue. Upon returning Stateside, she accepted the role of Public Relations Coordinator at Neiman Marcus, where she cultivated her press, marketing and event planning skills at the prestigious luxury retailer. Christine continued her professional journey at famed jewelry house Van Cleef & Arpels, where she served first as a Communications Manager handling press, special events and high profile charitable relationships for key markets in the United States. Evolving into the role of Media Relations Manager, Christine focused on garnering press, planning media events, managing television and film product placements and celebrity dressing. Post-Van Cleef & Arpels tenure led to returning to Neiman Marcus to work as a Public Relations Manager, handling special events with leading designers and garnering local press coverage. Joining Communique as PR Director in 2013, Christine utilizes a decades-worth of media relations to secure feature placements and stories for clients.