Welcome to your heartquarters
At Collective Hearts, we are fueled and empowered by love, devoted to opening our hearts and those around us.
We believe there is a need for more visible signs of love in the world. The initial design was brought by Lisa Rueff to Amy Nordstrom, a world-class Sausalito jewelry designer, and together they created the very first handcrafted piece. The response was overwhelming. More than a conversation starter, the necklace created an opportunity for warm compliments, true connection, and heart-centered conversation. The Collective Hearts jewelry started a movement and seemingly overnight a heart tribe of love warriors was born.
All of our jewelry is lovingly handcrafted in Northern California using the highest quality 14k gold fill and sterling silver.
Every purchase allows us to give back to worthy organizations close to our heart.
Meet our Collective Hearts team, and welcome to our ever-expanding heart tribe as we spread love worldwide.
Lisa Rueff is on a heart-based mission to ignite more love worldwide. In the span of five years, she built a home for children in Haiti, ran a wish-granting music foundation, created the board game Sparked, and continues to orchestrate global events, lead international humanitarian retreats, and many other endeavors. She loves connecting and empowering people to their highest potential, purpose, and passions. Learn more.
Jennifer Freas is an experienced strategist and marketing professional with an MBA from Berkeley's Haas School of Business. To quote Maya Angelou: “my mission in life is not just to merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” Jennifer brings these features to life in Collective Hearts, spreading the mission and building our heart-tribe. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and four kids and running in the foothills of Marin.
Amy Nordstrom's distinct work is inspired by nature and forged by hand. Every piece she makes is bent, cut and hammered out of a vision that literally takes shape in her hands. She does not use computer software or sketches. Each piece is made of carefully selected gold and silver. Amy continues to be inspired every day by the spectacular natural beauty of Marin County, music of all kinds, and her husband and two children.