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Laurie and Kelly, sisters born seventeen months apart, have been inseparable since childhood.
Raised in an extremely loving and wholesome household in the Hollywood Hills by Film/Television Industry parents, they were always known as The Gilmore Girls … long before there was a television
series by that name.

Laurie went on to a career in Film/Television Post-Production, while Kelly followed in their mother’s footprints and became a Television and Print Food Stylist. They both married and had children, three between them, and they continue to make Los Angeles their home.

Kelly was fortunate to be introduced to many fascinating people by common friends, including the
royal family in Qatar. She had the opportunity to travel extensively in the Middle East for some
very special occasions and it was through her travels and encounters that she became passionate about
the issue of human rights in the region. It was on her fiftieth birthday that a few of her friends got together
and created an endowment in her name at the James A. Baker,
III Institute on Public Policy
at Rice University. Thus “The Kelly Day Endowment on the Status of Women and Human Rights in the Middle East” was born.

The Endowment has been a source of several seminars at the Baker Institute in Houston with
fascinating appearances by Middle Eastern personalities such as Her Royal Highness Sheikha Mozah of Qatar, Amr Khaled (a celebrated Muslim television evangelist), Zainab Salbi
(founder of Women to Women International, the daughter of Saddam Hussein’s private pilot),
Leila Moussa (wife of Head of Arab League of Nations) and Jehan Sadat, Ph.D.
(wife of Anwar Sadat, assassinated President of Egypt).

Laurie retired from the Film/Television Industry after 24 years to finally become a stay-at-home mom
and began spending her free time with Kelly, helping her in her social endeavors, fundraising and philanthropic activities.

While continuing to channel her creative abilities, one evening Laurie put pencil to paper with
a design idea that resulted in the creation of the Armonitace symbol. She and Kelly, recognizing
the unique opportunity to spread this powerful emblem, launched a line of jewelry with the proceeds to fund programs promoting religious tolerance along with worldwide peace, harmony and unity.


Armonia (harmony) + Unità (unity) + Pace (peace) = armonitace

about us

Laurie and Kelly, sisters born seventeen months apart, have been inseparable since childhood.
Raised in an extremely loving and wholesome household in the Hollywood Hills by Film/Television Industry parents, they were always known as The Gilmore Girls … long before there was a television series by that name.

Laurie went on to a career in Film/Television Post-Production, while Kelly followed in their mother’s footprints and became a Television and Print Food Stylist. They both married and had children,
three between them, and they continue to make Los Angeles their home.

Kelly was fortunate to be introduced to many fascinating people by common friends, including the
royal family in Qatar. She had the opportunity to travel extensively in the Middle East for some
very special occasions and it was through her travels and encounters that she became passionate about
the issue of human rights in the region. It was on her fiftieth birthday that a few of her friends got together
and created an endowment in her name at the James A. Baker,
III Institute on Public Policy
at Rice University. Thus “The Kelly Day Endowment on the Status of Women and
Human Rights in the Middle East” was born.

The Endowment has been a source of several seminars at the Baker Institute in Houston with
fascinating appearances by Middle Eastern personalities such as Her Royal Highness Sheikha Mozah of Qatar, Amr Khaled (a celebrated Muslim television evangelist), Zainab Salbi
(founder of Women to Women International, the daughter of Saddam Hussein’s private pilot),
Leila Moussa (wife of Head of Arab League of Nations) and Jehan Sadat, Ph.D.
(wife of Anwar Sadat, assassinated President of Egypt).

Laurie retired from the Film/Television Industry after 24 years to finally become a stay-at-home mom
and began spending her free time with Kelly, helping her in her social endeavors, fundraising and philanthropic activities.

While continuing to channel her creative abilities, one evening Laurie put pencil to paper with
a design idea that resulted in the creation of the Armonitace symbol. She and Kelly, recognizing
the unique opportunity to spread this powerful emblem, launched a line of jewelry with the proceeds to fund programs promoting religious tolerance along with worldwide peace, harmony and unity.

Armonia (harmony) + Unità (unity) + Pace (peace) = armonitace

Pictured: Kelly Day and Laurie Gilmore

Picture of Kelly Day and Laurie Gilmore
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