Glass.com is the handiwork of Lyle Hill and Debra Levy, who together combine glass industry know-how with glass information and media services.
Lyle Hill is a 40-year veteran of the glass and metal industry who has managed glass retail, contract glazing, mirror, architectural windows, window film and automotive glass businesses throughout the United States. He holds an MBA from IIT with a concentration in Technology and Engineering Management. A noted author and columnist, Hill is often called the “face” of the architectural glass industry across the US and throughout North America. Consequently, Lyle has led glass installation all over the United States. He is also the author of “The Broken Tomato and Other Business Parables”, a book available for purchase on Amazon.com.
Debra Levy is the owner of Key Communications Inc., a full service media company that specializes in glass industry information and data. Deb’s company produces six industry related print and digital publications (USGlass magazine, Door & Window Market magazine, Architect’s Guide to Glass magazine, Auto Glass Repair & Replacement (AGRR), Auto Glass Journal and Window Film magazines), four daily e-newsletters and three weekly ones, runs several industry trade shows and publishes books and technical papers related to glass. She holds a Masters in Science with a concentration in Community Economics from Southern New Hampshire University. Deb also sits on a variety of industry committees including the ANSI Z 97 Safety Glazing Committee, The Repair of Laminated Auto Glass Standards Committee and the Automotive Glass Replacement Safety Standards Committee among others. She is a frequent author and speaker on topics related to glass. Getting proper information about glass out to the general public and referring them to quality shops for glass and glazing work has been a dream of hers since the world wide web came into being.
Lyle and Deb have brought their knowledge and resources to create Glass.com.
Daniel Snow had been part of the team at a major glass information company for more than two years before being tapped to manage Glass.com®. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from George Mason University, and has been able to put his numerous skills and attributes to use at glass-related events. Prior to working this, Daniel worked in the real estate industry as a marketing specialist for a sales team and assisted in the firm’s administration. Daniel even spent a summer working at a local family owned and operated glass shop prior to attending college and is an Auto Glass Safety Council certified installer. Daniel’s drive and leadership abilities are evident in all aspects of his life. In 2015 Daniel acted as a crew chief in Race Across America, “the world’s toughest bike race”, leading 4 racers and 10 crew to a first place victory. His passion for precision, and ability to collaborate with and manage a team, only aids in his ability to produce high quality results.
Dustin Anderson is Chip and Joanna Gaines’ right hand man for all things glass on their popular HGTV show Fixer Upper. Now, Anderson acts as the official spokesperson of Glass.com. Anderson is also the owner of Anderson Glass which has been in business for 30 years and operated out of Waco, Texas where he was born and raised. Anderson, in partnership with C.R. Laurence, has also invented many products for the industry.