Jay Stuller has successfully straddled the worlds of corporate communication and mainstream journalism for more than three decades. Author of ten books and nearly a thousand national magazine articles in more than 125  publications — including features in Audubon, Smithsonian, Playboy, Travel & Leisure, Saturday Evening Post, Encyclopedia Britannica, Outside and Reader’s Digest — he also spent 25 years with Chevron, where he wrote the annual report, for the company’s worldwide magazine, and speeches for the Chairman of the Board. For three years Stuller was a member of the executive team that ran an operating unit with 26,000 employees and $8 billion in capital employed – Chevron’s first communications professional ever assigned to operational leadership.

Now an independent practitioner, Stuller writes executive speeches, articulates business strategies, ghosts books and polishes articles, relieving clients of what’s often a formidable and time-consuming chore – - writing.  With vast experience in corporate reputation management, he is widely recognized for translating complex topics and strategies into clear and compelling words and ideas, driving understanding in target audiences including the media, consumers, NGO’s or government officials.

Familiar with a wide range of  topics, Stuller is particularly knowledgeable about energy, from the exploration of crude oil to the refining and marketing of gasoline, as well as  issues facing the electricity industry. He is co-author of the book, Perfect Power, published by McGraw Hill in 2008.  Done in concert with the Galvin Electricity Initiative, it was the precursor of 2011′s  An Electric Revolution. Stuller’s highly acclaimed book on the wine industry, Through the Grapevine, has been used as a text in Sonoma State University’s Graduate School of Business.

A Washington State native, he spent two years at Pacific Lutheran University, where he played on the school’s basketball team. After relocating to  San Francisco he graduated from Golden Gate University, with honors, and a degree in Political Science. For the summer of 1973, he was selected by Operation Crossroads Africa to live and work in a Nigerian village. Stuller lives in Marin County, California, with his wife, Susan Sutton.