Faces of Stuller

Feature Friday – Alex Graham

The underwater adventuring author

In October, I celebrated my 5th year anniversary with Stuller. Five years – wow! While some may consider 5 years a blink-of-an-eye, and it certainly seemed to pass at that speed, it’s a significant chunk of my 26 years on this planet. While I feel very accomplished, I know there read more…

STULLER’S GRAMMY TAKEOVER

A Red Carpet Reverie for Valentine’s Day: Stuller’s own Josh Caffery writes about his adventure to this weekend's Grammys

One of the things you quickly realize about being nominated for something like a GRAMMY is that, while your project may be cool, artistically ambitious, and even culturally significant, there are things that are simply far more important to consider. Chief among these is the question that suddenly becomes very read more…

Feature Friday – Lindsey Prewitt

A day in the life of the Moissanite Lady

I was looking for a job when someone told me Stuller was having a career fair. I went and met with a few people from marketing then I applied for a position as a Loyalty Program Manager. I landed an interview and clearly remember the interesting question asked on my read more…

Feature Friday – Jenny Wiggins

The lady in charge of logistics

Throughout almost eleven years at Stuller, I’ve held different roles in Logistics; I have a passion for it. I progressed through four positions before reaching my current one, with each preparing me for the next. The controlled chaos keeps me going each day. Also, it’s fulfilling knowing we’ve had such read more…

Feature Friday – Jennifer Tausch

A driver of strategy and design

My career to date has allowed me to wear many hats and learn from some of the best practitioners in the design industry. I have expertise in branding with a specialty in design strategy, graphic design, creative problem-solving, and brand thinking. My passions include facilitating new processes, developing training modules, read more…

Feature Friday – Taylor Burgess

Taylor talks about her unwavering focus on the customer

I grew up in Lafayette, Louisiana but moved away to Dallas to attend the Art Institute for Fashion Design. I always had a love for art and creating things so after one year in general art studies, I decided to enter into fashion design. While in school, I worked for read more…

Purpose Built

Michael Bartlett designs a high-performance engagement ring

What makes something high-performance? Is it purely based on function? Or could aesthetics contribute to such a title? What could looks have to do with performance? When done right, it’s the nature of successful design. I come from a background in industrial design, the classical term for what most know read more…

Feature Friday – Sandy Hebert

Our innovative model manager

I was 21 years old and working fast food and cashier jobs. Someone mentioned that Stuller Settings was a good place to work with great benefits and weekends off. I thought it would be a more stable place to work, so I applied for employment. I was interviewed, tried out read more…

Feature Friday – Brian Ybarra

The hands-on expert instructor

I am the subject matter expert for Stuller’s CAD/CAM Services, and a CounterSketch® and Matrix® instructor. I love my job and the opportunity to work with our customers. I get to help them become better at CounterSketch and Matrix and give them a better understanding of our CAD/CAM services and what we can do read more…

What are you most thankful for?

Team Stuller expresses gratitude just in time for Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving holiday, amid turkey and togetherness, don’t forget to leave room for dessert and appreciation for life’s simplest treasures. We here at Stuller are most thankful for you, our customers, for allowing us to help you do what you do best. Behind the scenes, a few unique personalities in read more…

Feature Friday – Steve Schollian

Marine, National Guard, and Stuller Surveillance Technician

I’ve been in a uniform ever since I was a cub scout. Since then, I’ve served in two branches of the military. I signed up for the Marine Corps when I was 17 years old and served as a Machine Gunner during Operation Desert Storm. Later, I joined the Louisiana National Guard read more…

Feature Friday – Vanessa Jones

The Army veteran turned digital merchandiser

Stuller happens to be one of the largest employers in Acadiana, and jewelry happens to be the business. My older brother worked here for several years and so did many family members. He seemed to enjoy working here and spoke of Stuller often, so I decided to apply and see read more…

Feature Friday – Kevin Metz

Stuller’s first Chief Marketing Officer

I’m currently responsible for all things marketing, including print/catalogs, digital/Stuller.com, customer experience, content, events, social media, and PR. I love my role. It’s the best job I’ve ever had, primarily because I’ve been granted the opportunity to drive significant change in the way Stuller markets its brand. I have the read more…

Feature Friday – Marisha Gordon

The hard worker in heels

I’m from Pineville, Louisiana, which is located in the central part of the state. I moved to Lafayette in January 2006 after my best friend decided to move here. Prior to Stuller, I was hired by the local AT&T call center, working the evening shift. I wanted to be able to spend more time read more…

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