Stuller Appoints New Vice Presidents
The jewelry manufacturer promoted four employees to their new roles.
Steven Domingue is the new vice president of digital technology.
Domingue joined Stuller in 2011. The company said he has “been essential” to crafting the Stuller.com experience for customers. His role has included training and developing the digital technology team.
Morgan Waters is the new vice president of marketing.
Waters has worked across the merchandising and marketing departments since she began her tenure at Stuller in 2013.
Over the last several years, Waters has elevated the company’s marketing imagery, videos, and customer events, Stuller said.
A Stuller employee since 2016, Sumit Saha is now the vice president of technology.
Saha has been integral to developing the company’s enterprise resource planning software to manage day-to-day activities.
He will continue to focus on technology that helps Stuller customers, vendors, and employees.
David Medina is the new vice president of manufacturing.
Medina joined Stuller in 2022. The company called him a “humble” and natural leader who ensures the quality and consistency of Stuller’s manufacturing.
“Each [new promotion] has demonstrated a deep commitment to Stuller, our customers, and our employees by going above and beyond their daily responsibilities,” said Stuller President Danny Clark.
“These talented leaders ensure Stuller’s ability to continue to exceed our commitment to our customers and the communities they serve.”
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