Janice Yglesias

Association Services Director

Janice began her career with AAMA in 1999 serving in an administrative support role related to meeting planning and marketing. In 2008, she was named one of the 50 most influential people in the glass industry by USGlass magazine. Currently, she serves as the Association Services Director overseeing marketing, membership, accounting and operations activities, with specific focus on strategic planning, work flow efficiency, systems capabilities, program development and customer needs assessment.

Recent Posts by Janice

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InstallationMasters – Improving on an Incomparable Legacy

In August 2016, we shared news about updates that had been made to the content of the InstallationMasters® Program – a program designed to provide training and certification to industry professionals installing windows and doors in residential and light commercial construction applications. At that time, we also mentioned some upcoming enhancements related to the InstallationMasters website and segmenting the training into replacement and new construction programs.In March, AAMA brought the program administration and management in-house after having been handled for 15 years by Architectural Testing,...

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Brian Stephens, Market Team Manager, Looks Forward to Future Work with AAMA

Brian Stephens has been with his current company, Technoform, for six years. Today, he shares some highlights from his time in the industry so far.Could you describe your role at your company?I am responsible for business development in the Western part of North America. I work with both fabricators and influencers to drive the use of high performance façade systems.What products does your company manufacture?Technoform has two divisions in North America. Technoform Glass Insulation which manufactures a high-performance hybrid insulating glass spacer and Technoform Bautec...

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Better Access Adds Value to AAMA Conference Experience

AAMA kicked off the year by celebrating our 80th anniversary during the 2017 Annual Conference in February. Debuted at that conference was a new meeting format that consolidated content into fewer separate sessions:Enabling broader member participation and better access to meeting contentMinimizing scheduling conflicts and content redundancies, andMaximizing access to staff advisors.The new approach also afforded the opportunity to deliver seminar, roundtable and workshop sessions, some of which were repeated throughout the event to accommodate participants’ busy conference schedules. Though a significant change, particularly for...

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