They are passionate and enthusiastic
Marie-Hélène is gemmologist and accredited Senior Gemologist by the AGA. While directing and developing the school, she supervises the courses and remains attentive to teachers and students.
Her objectives are to promote the school across Canada and around the world and to contribute to the reputation of gemmology. To do so, she has built a team of passionate teachers, professionals in gemmology and with a strong pedagogy. She is also ambassador for the Gemmologie & Francophonie association.
Aware of the changes in the world of minerals and gems, she is in a process of continuous improvement, in order to offer professionals specialized training and to make students professionals as soon as they leave the EGM.
After nine years of management in retail in France, and then six years dedicated to the well-being of everyone as a naturopath, Caroline joined EGM.
Organised and dynamic, in a constant search for improvement, she puts her good humour and efficiency at the service of students and teachers.
Her experience in terms of project management and change management is invaluable in supporting the EGM in its dynamic evolution and development.
EGM’s teachers, all certified gemmologists who practice variously as appraisers, merchants, jewellers or lapidaries, are passionate about their work and share their enthusiasm with their students. The diversity of their backgrounds and experience is incomparably valuable to our students.
A certified gemmologist through the Gemmological Association of Great Britain and WGF, Dorian is a former student turned professor and curriculum administrator at EGM in the English department. Now with the school for over a decade, Dorian effectively prepares students for their final exams, whether in introductory classes or professional certifications thanks to his experience and joy of teaching.
The Appraisal Center can now count on the rigor, precision, discretion, and efficiency that Marianne demonstrated throughout her training; knowledge and skills acquired during her three years in the jewelry business. Valuable assets at the service of the Center’s clients.
Each of his visits was greatly appreciated, as much by the professors as by the students.
We keep him preciously in memory, thank him for all that he brought, and think warmly of him during the crystallography courses that were so dear to him.