UPLAND, Calif., Feb. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Tamara Michelle Hodges is recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Professional Member in the field of Jewelry Creation in recognition of her role as Founder of Tamara Michelle Jewelry.
An artisan jewelry store renowned for creating customized pieces with the consumer in mind, Tamara Michelle Jewelry creates one of-a-kind abstract jewelry pieces for their clients. Dedicated to offering quality customer service, Tamara Michelle ensures that her client’s needs are met one jewelry piece at a time.
Amassing three years of experience in her current role as Founder and Owner of Tamara Michelle Jewelry, Hodges has become an artisan within the realm of jewelry making. Throughout her career, Hodges has specialized in the development of silver and rare gemstone artisan jewelry. Additionally, she has gained expertise within the areas of business development, design and construction.
Having been inspired at a young age with the art of jewelry making, Hodges is proud to say that all jewelry is one of a kind and handmade by her. Hodges recalls being, “madly in love with making jewelry since I was a young girl”. She states that,” in the beginning, I beaded and wire wrapped like a champ but always felt something was missing when I created jewelry. I had this burning desire to bring my designs to life and trigger an emotional response in those who came across my work. I found and fell in love with semi-precious gemstones, and realized these gorgeous works of art might just help in this pursuit.”
Throughout the course of her education and training, Hodges attained her Bachelor of Science degree in Business from California State Polytechnic University – Ponoma.
To further her professional development, Hodges is an affiliate of several organizations including the MSJA, the National Association of Professional Women and Ethical Metallurgy.
With the intention of taking her customers on an “emotional yet fashionable journey of self-expression and individuality,” Hodges believes in putting her customer’s creative needs first. A firm believer in the philosophy of “working hard and inspiring creativity with style and grace,” Hodges strives “to produce the best ethically sourced products available.” Hodges holds in high esteem her ability to develop priceless pieces designed with her consumers needs in mind.
Charitable to various organizations, in her spare time Hodges donates her time and talents to cancer research foundations as well as City of Hope.
When not working, Hodges enjoys reading, painting, drawing, spending