STAHLS' Announces Four Management Team Appointments
Ted Stahl, executive chairman of the board and founder of Sterling Heights, Michigan-based STAHLS’, recently announced multiple changes in company leadership positions.
“It is with great pride that I share positive changes in our leadership team,” said Stahl. “We have great expectations for these talented and motivated leaders who, along with their strong staffs, will guide the company into an opportunity-laden fiscal year. In the changing marketplace, these management changes put Stahls’ in the strongest, most strategic position for success.”
The new appointments are as follows:
Carleen Gray has been appointed vice president of commercial sales and marketing for GroupeSTAHL. With her leadership, the sales team will focus on partnerships with licensed brands, continued growth with major league sports and colleges, and further development and expansion of STAHLS' apparel manufacturing divisions.
Gray also oversees the growth of e-sports and e-commerce retail sectors. Gray will retain all responsibilities as STAHLS' vice president of marketing and chief marketing officer, a position she has held since 2009.
Jason Ziga recently has been named vice president for screen print transfer technology. As the general manager of STAHLS’ Transfer Express since 2013, Ziga has led team members in maximizing production efficiency, quality, customer service and resource management since directing the company’s operations.
Ziga has helped the company break records for gross margin, operating income and EBITDA results. In addition to managing Transfer Express, Ziga’s new responsibilities will encompass organizing and developing all of STAHLS’ transfer manufacturing technology capabilities in North America.
As the newly appointed vice president of U.S. regional sales, Jennifer Joseph oversees all regional managers and outside sales representatives in STAHLS’ regional service and distribution centers. This presently includes Dallas; Phoenix; and Corona, Calif.
Joseph has been on both the financial and inventory sides of STAHLS’ business, as well as the front end in sales and trade shows, and has an in-depth understanding of the needs of STAHLS' customers. Joseph will retain responsibility for ongoing growth and strategic planning for Imprintables Warehouse.
In his appointed role as vice president and chief technology officer, Greg Peirce has been tasked with consolidating STAHLS' North American information technology operations. Peirce will implement solutions that streamline all business operations and improve customer experience through the creative application of technology.
Peirce brings nearly 20 years of I.T. experience to STAHLS', and ushered many of the company's global business units into the Internet Age. Peirce leads a global team of developers focused on creating technologies in a culture that values innovation and speed to market.
For more information on STAHLS', visit www.stahls.com.