Vitro appoints Heather Brion as Director of Architectural Development

Joe Sennese is also promoted to business development role at Vitro Architectural Glass

Vitro Architectural Glass announces that Heather Brion has been appointed director, U.S. Architectural Development. She most recently held the position of director of architectural development for the Western region.

Brion joined Vitro Glass three years ago with more than 20 years of sales and development experience. In her new role, she will lead Vitro’s team of national architectural mangers as they provide sales and service support to architects, specification writers, glazing contractors, façade consultants and Vitro Certified fabricators for the commercial construction market in the United States.

“Heather’s estimable track record of success in sales and her depth of understanding in the realm of account and relationship management make her ideal for this,” said Mark Seeton, vice president, sales, Vitro Architectural Glass. “Not only is Heather highly motivated and adept at achieving positive results, she also has developed excellent relationships with architects, glazers and fabricators that will allow her to support and develop our world class U.S. architectural team.”

Brion joined Vitro Glass in June 2019 as a commercial account and architectural development manager. Prior to that, she was a territory sales and architectural design manager for Guardian Industries in Denver. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from the University of Kansas.

Joe Sennese is now Vitro’s manager of product sales and business development. With a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Oral Roberts University, Sennese has 25 years’ experience in the construction products industry, 16 of those with Vitro Architectural Glass.

Formerly director of architectural development for the Eastern region, Sennese will now work to develop Vitro Architectural Glass’ sales development efforts, reporting to Glenn Davis, newly appointed vice president of international sales and sales development.

Glenn Davis noted, “Joe is a well-seasoned veteran of the glass industry and supply chain. His background representing the company through the supply chain make him uniquely qualified for this role.”