Stuller Promotes Four Employees Amid Organizational Update
Among other changes, Stanley Zale, the former vice president of diamonds and gemstones, is leaving the company after 17 years.
The jewelry manufacturer said the changes “position Stuller with long-term management stability that will continue to strengthen the company.”
Belit Myers, formerly the executive vice president of merchandising, according to LinkedIn, has been promoted to chief operating officer.
Myers, who joined Stuller in 2002, will lead its technology, pricing, and product data teams.
Coby Blanchard, previously the senior vice president of supply chain, was appointed chief supply chain officer.
Blanchard, who has been with the company since 1994, will continue to lead Stuller’s international and domestic manufacturing and distribution teams.
Taylor Burgess, who joined in 2013 and most recently served as senior vice president of customer experience, was promoted to chief customer officer.
Burgess will be tasked with leading Stuller’s customer experience, sales, and marketing teams.
Tiffanie Ortis, formerly the executive director of planning and procurement, is now vice president of global supply chain.
Ortis, who joined Stuller in 2007, will lead the company’s procurement teams, including diamonds and gemstones.
Matt Stuller, the company’s founder and chairman, said, “Belit, Coby, Taylor, and Tiffanie have been outstanding contributors to our organization.”
“Combined, they bring over 100 years of leadership experience to our management team and provide Stuller a solid foundation for future growth.”
On Stuller’s LinkedIn, the company recently shared its congratulations to Stanley Zale, who was vice president of diamonds and gemstones, on his retirement after 17 years with the company.
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