Mukerji appointed managing editor of glass magazine and autoglass

Sahely Mukerji has proven herself a veteran journalist twice over, first in India and then in the United States," says Nicole Harris, publisher of the National Glass Association's publications Glass Magazine, AutoGlass and Window & Door, in announcing Mukerji's appointment as managing editor of Glass Magazine and AutoGlass.More than 25,000 flat-glass retail shop owners, contract glazing companies, architects, manufacturers and fabricators subscribe to the four-color monthly Glass Magazine for its in-depth reporting on the commercial and residential glazing industry. More than 12,500 auto-glass retail shop owners, installation technicians, distributors and suppliers subscribe to AutoGlass, a four-color seven-times-a-year trade publication targeting the automotive glass replacement and repair market.

Mukerji has a bachelor of arts degree in English from Jadavpur University in Calcutta and became a reporter and sub-editor for Calcutta's Sunday magazine. After moving to the United States, she served as copy editor and free-lance writer for several newspapers in the Washington Metropolitan area.

Mukerji also brings experience in the construction industry to the glass industry, as her most recent position was as associate editor of ASCE News, the American Society of Civil Engineers' 133,000-circulation monthly newspaper published in Reston, VA.

"The managing editor serves as the linchpin for the National Glass Association's magazines. Sahely's combination of writing and editing talent, plus knowledge of the construction industry, will serve us well in developing print and Internet versions of the magazines," says Glass Magazine and AutoGlass editor in chief Nancy M. Davis.

Davis had been serving as managing editor under Charles Cumpston, who becomes editor emeritus of Glass Magazine and AutoGlass effective June 30. Mukerji will also be working with Christopher D. Walz, the recently appointed editor of AutoGlass.

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Date: 2 July 2004
Source: NGA

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