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(PRESS RELEASE) LAFAYETTE, LA – Marketing and ecommerce executive Brian Henderson has joined Stuller as vice president of marketing.

Alix Gonsoulin

Alix Gonsoulin

Alix Gonsoulin, former executive director of product design and development, has been promoted to vice president of bridal, fine jewelry and findings.
Henderson, who relocated to Lafayette, has worked for organizations including Apple, Crate & Barrel and The Gap. The bulk of this marketing experience has been in ecommerce and database marketing.

“I’m thrilled to join the Stuller team,” said Henderson. “I appreciate this special opportunity to continue building strong relationships between professional jewelers and our brand.”

Gonsoulin joined Stuller in 2012 as director of diamond and gemstone fashion before eventually making her way to the product design and development team.

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Brian Henderson

Brian Henderson

“Alix has shown an exceptional ability to work cross-functionally throughout the organization, keeping the big picture in mind, and creating win-win solutions for all,” said Danny Clark, president.

“I am excited to be back in merchandising,” said Gonsoulin. “This department is where my career at Stuller started and I am honored for the opportunity to lead this team now.”

Founded in 1970, Stuller offers product categories including bridal jewelry, wedding bands, fine jewelry, mountings, diamonds, gemstones, findings, metals, tools, packaging and digital solutions.

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