A long-time veteran at Anthropologie, Jennifer holds 15 years of experience in the home and lifestyle sector. Possessing a gift for discovering talented artists, Rome has, in turn, developed relationships with makers, brands, and factory owners around the world. With an impressive track record of guiding clients from initial concept through to customer purchase, Rome is highly skilled at project managing both artisan and large-scale projects. Her background also includes experience in wholesale—a unique tool in a merchant’s belt. Armed with negotiation, licensing, and product development prowess, her process-driven leadership is a rarity—and deeply assuring to each client she calls her own. Rome lives in southern New Jersey with her husband and three children.
Pamela has a rich and storied career with over 20 years of experience in luxury retail. Prior to launching Collab Society, she consulted for Arhaus, managing a freelance creative team, creating seasonal concepts, and working closely with the founder and his product development team, and for Roman and Williams Guild, helping to develop the brand’s merchandising arm. Berick co-founded two active proprietary clothing lines for Anthropologie: Girls from Savoy, a women's clothing collection, and The Good Friends, a sweater line. In her prior roles, Berick served as a VP at The Line, where she oversaw its merchandising, product development, styling, and retail programs, as a furniture, hardware and found objects buyer at Anthropologie, and as a women's designer clothing buyer for Barneys New York. Her international experience includes dealing and importing vintage and antique furniture from France and Italy as well as extensive travel with her husband and pups. Berick resides in Brooklyn, NY.