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Jodie + Danielle

The Snyder sisters grew up in Jacksonville, Florida, where they used their cardiologist father's medical tools to teach themselves how to make jewelry while in middle school. Once the two reunited in New York after their college years, they went back to their childhood hobby and created a capsule jewelry collection for Danielle's non-profit L.W.A.L.A. (Live With A Lifelong Ambition), which fundraised for grass-roots initiatives in Africa. Seemingly overnight, the two built their jewelry passion into a mega-successful brand. Since its inception in 2008, DANNIJO has advocated creating sustainable economic opportunity for women in underdeveloped areas of the world. All packaging is handmade in Rwanda as part of their women's empowerment initiative in partnership with Indego Africa. 

DANNIJO jewelry is handmade in New York and sold at select, high-end stores worldwide including Net-A-Porter, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Shopbop, Holt Renfrew, Lane Crawford and Liberty.

Danielle and Jodie were featured on Inc Magazine's 30 Under 30: America's Coolest Entrepreneurs List, are members of the CFDA and were recently profiled by The New York Times and WSJ. They've been featured on the TODAY Show as well as Fox Business. Danielle was named Forbes 30 under 30 in Art and Style as well as honored at Glamour Women of the Year Awards.  Additionally, Danielle produced and hosted an interview series for Harper's BAZAAR entitled Conversation Pieces wherein she interviewed fascinating women across industries including prima ballerina and icon Misty Copeland.

The sisters are passionate about creating a multidimensional brand that evolves to the needs of their customers; DANNIJO was among the first to launch fashion casing for iPhones and iPads and has been at the forefront of the social media/digital movement. The fashion and fine jewelry lines have an extensive celebrity following including Natalie Portman, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Kendall Jenner and Rihanna.