Jay Stuller has successfully straddled the worlds of mainstream journalism and corporate communication for three decades. The author of ten books and nearly a thousand magazine articles in more than 125 publications – - including features in Audubon, Smithsonian, Playboy, Outside, Travel & Leisure, Oceans, Senior Golfer and Reader’s Digest – - he simultaneously managed a career in corporate public affairs, primarily with Chevron. There he wrote the annual report, for the company’s worldwide employee magazine and served as speechwriter for the Chairman of the Board.
Today Stuller writes about golf and travel for a variety of publications and websites, including The A Position; Hemispheres, the United Airlines in-flight; Golf Business; and, among others, the Northern California Golf Association’s quarterly magazine, NCGA Golf. A member of the Golf Writers Association of America, he also belongs to The Keepers of the Green, St Andrews, Scotland chapter. In tandem with his golf, travel and general interest freelance work, Jay maintains a corporate communication consultancy, ghosting books, writing strategic plans, executive speeches, scripts – - and guiding change management projects in his role as Chief Communications Officer for Bender Consulting. His highly acclaimed book on the business side of the wine industry, Through The Grapevine, has been used as a text at California State University at Sonoma’s Graduate School of Business. An energy expert conversant with both petroleum and electricity, Jay’s most recent book, released in the fall of 2010, is An Electric Revolution: Reforming Monopolies, Reinventing the Grid and Giving Power to the People.
A native of Western Washington State, he and his wife, Susan Sutton reside in California’s Marin County, where the couple both golf and play competitive tennis. For more information on Stuller’s work, go to www.jstuller.com. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.