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Georgina Herrera | Overland Park, Kan.


Georgina Herrera was raised around jewelry and fashion her entire life. Her family owns a manufacture jewelry business in Mexico, but she never envisioned herself working in the industry. Herrera received her bachelor's degree in Industrial Psychology and a Masters in International Relations. She began her career as an International Trade Sales Representative for a Jeans Brand in Mexico. After starting her family 4 years later, Herrera began working in jewelry with the Mackech brand, a prominent Mexico-based jewelry brand, where she could help support her family with less travel obligations. She introduced the brand to department stores in Mexico, South America and Europe. In 2006, Herrera moved to Kansas City where she again introduced the Mackech brand in the United States. In 2010, she opened her first company, Mackech Jewelry LLC. As business flourished, Herrera opened her first retail store in 2014 in Leawood, KS.


Kansas Women Minority-Owned Business of the Year in 2015


Graduated from Scale Up Kansas City, Cohort 2016


Selected to participate in the Kansas City Fashion Week October 2017


Georgina has been working in the jewelry industry and has been participating in many Jewelry Trade Shows for years, which gave her the experience and knowledge to better understand the world of fashion. In 2015, she developed her own line of jewelry within the Mackech brand and it's called


Georgina Herrera


Passion | Fashion | Love | Tradition


Her love of art and design has motivated Georgina to create the exclusive jewelry brand, Georgina Herrera, inspired by the character, strength, and determination of the modern woman. Georgina's continued design contributions to the fashion world over the years has been a fusion of fashion trends, her culture and traditions. This gives her the result: A unique and authentic brand with a fresh, modern classic design that reflects her sense of passion for design.


"The connection between love, art and tradition is unbreakable and determines who we are."