Ethical Stones - executive board



Dr. Vetzlomseva. General Secretary of Ethical-stones.org

M.D with heart surgery specialization, Dr Vetzlomtseva, worked in Cleveland and Perm, before joining Investdialog Russia in 2008 as a VC investment expert for medical projects. She also established a central intelligence office for the Eurasia Industries group, harvesting various information related to the businesses operated by Eurasia industries and its affiliated companies. In 2009 she was appointed Manager for the industrial coordination within the group, covering all the stages of the global value chains (sourcing, research, manufacturing, investment, sales, logistics after sales...)
In 2014, Dr Vetzlomtseva became Director of InvestDialog Russia.
In 2015, she participated in the creation of Ethical-stones.org NGO and was appointed General Secretary of the organization.

Mrs Wu. founder of Maison Moya luxury retail network. Director Ethical-stones.org Asia

Graduated from Shenzhen and Guangzhou universities, Mrs Wu also holds a business and administration degree from the university of Geneva.
In 2012, after three years working as a sales assistant for a subsidiary of the Eurasia Industries group in Geneva, mostly focusing on industrial electronics, Mrs Wu, was appointed deputy director of OLILAB research manufacturing plants in China.
In 2016, Mrs Wu became General manager of OLILAB Research.
In 2017, she created Maison Moya, a retail network specialized in luxury products.

Mrs Irreno-Beltran : Director Ethical-stones.org Latin America

Lawyer graduated from the Autonomous University of Bucaramanga, She is currently doing a specialization in Criminal Law. She is also studying "Global Health and Human Rights" as well as "International Humanitarian Law" at the University of Geneva.
Mrs Irreno-Beltran joined Ethical-stones.org in 2017, with the purpose to promote Ethical mining programs in Latin America.

Mr Ahmadi. Director Ethical-stones.org Central Asia

Holding a Master Degree in Business and International Trade at Mahatma Ghandi University in India, Mr Ahmadi joined the Afghan Emerald Group as sales manager in 2010, and became deputy CEO in 2014.
In 2015, he participated to the creation of the central Asian branch of the NGO Ethical-Stones, successfully implementing ethical trade policies in the gemstone business.

Since October 2015, Mr Ahmadi is also working as the special assistant to the CEO of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.