Despite what its name suggests, San Francisco House Native American Jewelry is a Utah-based company that employs women of the Navajo Nation to make authentic handmade Native American jewelry. The company champions women employees with flexible benefits and opportunities to advance their careers in the jewelry-making industry.
San Francisco House Native American Jewelry Champions Women
San Francisco House Native American Jewelry supports women by providing flexible work locations, hours, and schedules. The company’s jewelry is made by federally recognized Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Santo Domingo artisans and silversmiths.
The company provides each artist with raw materials, including silver and stones, removing barriers to entry and helping improve the artisan’s chances for success. Each woman works on her timetable, and payment is made when she ships her goods. This schedule allows flexibility for Utah working women by allowing the artists to create at their own pace and establish a lifestyle that helps them better support their families.
Why Supporting Women Is Important to San Francisco House Native American Jewelry
The family behind San Francisco House Native American Jewelry has been in the Native American arts and antiques business for more than 45 years. They believe in creating equality throughout the workplace that lasts for generations to come. To accomplish this, it provides leadership roles for Utah businesswomen that lead to career development, advancement, and leadership opportunities.
100 Utah Companies Championing Women
San Francisco House Native American Jewelry is on our list of 100 Utah Companies Championing Women because it is committed to supporting and furthering women’s equality in business.
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