USGlass Editorial Staff
Debra is the publisher of USGlass magazine and president of its parent company, Key Communications Inc. Levy (who points out she started her career at a very young age) is finishing her 31st year in the glass information services industry. She is the author of numerous articles about the glass industry as well as a number of special publications for the industry, including the Guide to Safety Glazing. She is a frequent speaker about the industry and sits on the ANSI Z97 Architectural Safety Glazing Committee, among others.
Ellen is a graduate of Peace College with a degree in journalism, has 14 years of experience in the glass industry, having served as assistant editor, then editor, of USGlass. She also applies her expertise toward editing USGlass’ specialized supplement: the Architects’ Guide to Glass.
Nick St. Denis graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh with a degree in newspaper journalism and has held reporting positions with the Press-Republican in Plattsburgh, N.Y., and the Free Lance-Star in Fredericksburg, Va. He joined the USGlass editorial team in April 2014.
Jennifer (Jenna) has 12 years of journalism experience, including newspaper reporting, and nine years of experience reporting on the automotive industry. She is a graduate of Radford University with a bachelor of science in media.
Tara has 16 years of experience in the industry, most notably as publisher and editor of USGlass’ sister publication, Door and Window Market magazine. She launched the magazine in 2000 and was responsible for its strong growth following its debut.
Megan is the special projects editor for USGlass magazine and enters her eighth year with Key Communications. Headley, who holds a degree in English from the University of Mary Washington, is the former editor of Key’s Mold & Moisture Management magazine. She served as an assistant editor of USGlass for three years before taking over as editor and is currently the special projects editor.