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Extension 111 •  
Editor Ellen Rogers  
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Assistant Editor Katherine Coig  
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Extension 131 •  
Cover Girls  
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Editors Extension 113  
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e couldn’t decide. It wasn’t so much  
that we couldn’t reach a consensus,  
it was that there were good reasons  
for each of these to be the cover of this month’s  
issue. Both were compelling. It wasn’t so much  
that we couldn’t choose one as much as it hurt  
to eliminate the other.  
The cover to the left highlights the story  
about the industry’s top women that be-  
gins on page 38. Both editorial director  
Tara Taffera and editor Ellen Rogers com-  
mented on how inspiring these stories are.  
I totally agree and felt a strong sense of  
pride when reading the article. It was also  
notable to see so many women in STEM  
professions make the list for the first  
time. Some of us grew up in the glass  
industry, while others rose through it  
because of talent and hard work. Others, like  
itodrEial Assistant Jordan Scott  
Extension 133 •  
Art Director/ Dawn Campbell  
Managing Editor Extension 150  
Art Director Saundra Hutchison  
Women in the Glass Industry  
Extension 132 •  
Advertising Erin Harris  
Coordinator Extension110  
Marketing Holly Biller, vice president  
Director Extension 123  
Director Tina Czar  
of Events Extension 115  
Marketing Jenna Reed  
Assistants Extension 135 •  
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Extension 117 •  
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Producer Extension 121  
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the young STEM-ers we profiled, went out and found the glass industry  
as a profession. Both deserve to be celebrated.  
The issue on the right represents two cover girls, famous for being cruel acts of  
nature.Hurricanes Irma and Maria, along with their buddy Harvey, dominated the  
news these past few weeks, giving updated building and glass codes their first real  
test. We were already planning a story  
about the changes in hurricane glazing  
since Andrew hit 25 years ago. Irma,  
Harvey and Maria reminded us this  
timely news story is difficult to ignore  
and very important to our industry.  
In the end, we really couldn’t decide  
so we did something new. Half of you  
are most likely reading an issue with  
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the right. The covers were alternated  
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