Industry / Retail

Eiseman Jewelers Appoints New President


Eiseman Jewels NorthPark Center, a Dallas-based family-owned retailer, has appointed Taylor Frank (pictured) president, effective May 1.

Frank has served as Eiseman Jewels’ managing director since 2018. He will become the fourth president of Eiseman Jewels—which turns 60 this fall—and only the second person outside the Eiseman family to fill the position.

Richard D. Eiseman Jr., whose parents cofounded the company in 1963, will continue as the store’s CEO and remain active in the business. His focus will broaden to charting the company’s future, client relations, and philanthropic giving.

In his new role, Frank will oversee the store’s day-to-day operations and ensure integrity of the Eiseman Jewels culture. His senior leadership team includes executive vice president Andre Vorster, vice president Urek Reznik, vice president Maureen Thomas, and vice president Michael Johnson.

Frank’s career in jewelry began in college when he took a job at a local jewelry store to afford an engagement ring for his girlfriend, Amberly. (He and Amberly have been married for 12 years and have five children.) He has also worked at Sterling Jewelers and as a store manager for Tiffany & Co.

Frank received an MBA from Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business and an undergraduate degree in recreation management and leadership at Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Business.

In a statement, Eiseman hailed Frank for “helping lead our team throughout the pandemic, putting new processes and protocols in place to ensure we continued to serve our customers, as well as launching the company’s concierge program.”

(Photo courtesy of Eiseman Jewels)



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By: Rob Bates

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