December 14, 2007

Siobhan Crann Winograd ’95 Combines Womanhood, Work, Family

Former Tiffany product development director sells jewelry and more via Womily business

Siobhan Crann Winograd ’95 recently launched Womily, a business that sells jewelry and the Touch line, custom-made charms, pendants, and cufflinks capturing the fingerprint of a loved one. Touch products are available on the web site or by appointment at Neiman Marcus. When alumni mention Lafayette while ordering products on the Womily site, 10 percent of the profits go to the College.

Winograd and her company are profiled on Those ordering this month who cite receive a 10 percent discount.

The entrepreneur learned the jewelry trade while working as director of engineering and product development for Tiffany & Co. from 1995-2004. She majored in A.B. engineering at Lafayette and earned an MBA from Fordham University.

“Now a stay-at-home Mom, Womily is her new venture that allows her to combine womanhood, work and family all in one,” according to her web site.

Winograd plans to expand her product line beyond jewelry.

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