Hunter Promotes Stephanie Wilder to Vice President of Sales 

Hunter, the global leader in custom modular and blast-resistant buildings, is pleased to announce Stephanie Wilder’s promotion to vice president of sales.  

In her new role, which took effect Jan. 3, the 12-year company veteran will continue managing the firm’s outside and inside sales teams, directing marketing efforts and assisting in new product development. She will also work with fellow leadership to help Hunter achieve long-term growth and revenue goals.  

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Hunter Vice President of Sales Stephanie Wilder

Wilder’s career spans more than 24 years of sales experience, 17 of which were spent with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in oil and gas. She joined Hunter in January of 2012, serving as regional account manager covering Northern Texas and the Central U.S.  

The Houston native was promoted to director of sales in January of 2023, and recently reached her $100 million sales mark with Hunter.  

Wilder said she was humbled by her career move and looks forward to helping the company achieve further success in the months and years to come. 

“With new products in development, exciting opportunities we’re exploring and our firmly rooted reputation as the industry’s best, this is a pivotal time for Hunter,” she said. “I am beyond proud to be part of this incredible company, and to play a role in coming growth.”  

Wilder earned her bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Texas A&M University, where she also studied biology. Following graduation, she attended officer training school for the U.S. Air Force and served in the U.S. Navy Reserve. 

She also gained valuable sales experience with companies including International Vending Management and Encon Safety Products, Inc.  

Hunter Chief Operating Officer Michael Draper commended Wilder for her recent accomplishments and said he felt assured her expert guidance will help poise Hunter for success. 

“Stephanie understands our company, our industry and our clients’ needs in and out,” he said. “She’s played a pivotal role in establishing Hunter as the company it is today, and there’s no one better suited for this work. We’re grateful for all that she does, and we look forward to seeing what she accomplishes as she settles into her new role.” 

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