Philip is an independent consultant, and is President of CIBJO’s Responsible Sourcing Committee. He is the author of the CIBJO Responsible Sourcing Guidance, “Blue Book” and “Retailer Reference Guide”.
Philip represents the jewellery industry on the OECD’s Multi-stakeholder Working Group and was part of the drafting committee for the OECD’s due diligence guidance in 2012 and sits on the OECD expert group.
Philip’s consultancy roles in the jewelry industry in addition to CIBJO have included RJC (he was a RJC- accredited Subject Matter Expert), Signet Jewelers, OECD, Pandora, Rio Tinto and World Diamond Mark. He has extensive relationships globally and at the highest levels throughout the jewelry supply chain and with industry organisations.
Philip previously held senior international management positions at World Gold Council, Audi, Timberland, Richemont Luxury Group and Diageo.
Moya has had a successful career in the banking and finance sector holding various key account manager roles at regional and national level for a major retail bank in the UK. It was as the UK sales manager for the banks European division that saw her being headhunted and moving to Andalusia to set up a new Independent mortgage and insurance broker in Malaga Spain where she still resides today.
With the downturn in the financial services industry Moya turned her attention to environmental management and became a qualified Carbon Footprint analyst. She has been helping companies large and small to reduce their environmental impact for the last ten years. Moya is an Associate member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment and has a keen interest in animal conservation. She is a member of WWF and over the years has adopted many animals including penguins and the Amur Leopard. She also supports a local animal charity for the protection of cats.