Eclectic Eye expands team, hiring new doctor’s assistant and eyewear architect

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January 23, 2020
Memphis, Tenn., January 23, 2020 – Eclectic Eye, a Memphis destination for optometry services and eyewear needs, has hired Celina Aur as a doctor’s assistant and Morgan Warnsley as an eyewear architect. Both Aur and Warnsley report to Lindy Faulkner, director of operations at Eclectic Eye.

“We are thrilled to have Celina and Morgan on board,” said Faulkner. “We take pride in knowing they will succeed in providing support to all of our patients and customers.”

As a doctor’s assistant, Aur is responsible for preparing patients for eye exams and assisting in both pre-testing and exams. She also maintains all patient records, schedules appointments, and tracks and maintains an inventory of items needed for exams and optometry services. Aur previously worked as a newborn hearing screener in a NICU. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in business from the University of the Incarnate Word.

As an eyewear architect, Warnsley is responsible for assisting customers with their frame selections and scheduling exams and dispensing appointments. She originally hails from Jackson, Michigan and has extensive experience working in retail and customer service.

“Eclectic Eye is lucky to have both Morgan and Celina on the team,” said Robbie Johnson Weinberg, co-owner of Eclectic Eye. “The culture of Eclectic Eye is reminiscent of the amazing people we hire, and we look forward to the value they add to our everyday operations and loyal customers.”

About Eclectic Eye
For more than 15 years, Eclectic Eye, conveniently located in the heart of Midtown Memphis, has offered a full range of optometric services and unique, stylish eyewear, blended together in a creative atmosphere. With more than 1,200 frames from independent design houses in Paris, Belgium, England, Japan, Italy, Germany and the United States, owners Robbie Johnson Weinberg and Dr. Michael Weinberg believe that eyewear shouldn’t be boring. To learn more about Eclectic Eye and its role in the Memphis community, visit
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