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Past President Guy Selinske Named NGA Chair

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Michele Nosko
Guy Selinske of American Glass & Mirror Named NGA Board Chair
Selinske took office on September 14 and will serve a one-year term

VIENNA, Va. (September 14, 2021)— The National Glass Association is pleased to announce the election of Guy Selinske as Chair of its board of directors. Selinske, president of American Glass & Mirror in Prior Lake, Minn.,, has served on the NGA board since 2014. He took office on Sept. 14 during GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo in Atlanta and will serve a one-year term.  “During my term as NGA Chair, I want to focus on education and training for glazing contractors to advance the profession as a viable and thriving career path,” said Selinske.

Selinske has been in the glass industry for 48 years and he, along with his wife Mary, opened American Glass & Mirror in 1984. He served on the Minnesota Glass Association’s board for 5 years, serving as President in 1999. In addition to professional activities, Selinske has been an engaged member in Rotary International, participates in the annual Special Olympics Polar Plunge, and serves on the board for NARI Cares MN, a charitable foundation helping Minnesota homeowners with remodeling projects.

Selinske and his wife have two sons, Matthew and Benjamin, and two grandchildren. He enjoys tennis, gardening, skiing and singing.


Founded in 1948, the National Glass Association (NGA),, combined with the Glass Association of North America (GANA) in 2018 to form the largest trade association serving the architectural glass and metals industry supply chain, including glazing contractors, full-service glass companies, glass fabricators, primary glass manufacturers and suppliers to the industry. NGA is a technical powerhouse that brings some of the best minds to the table to create technical resources, and to promote and advocate for glass in buildings. Its education and training resources including—and its official publications Glass Magazine and Window + Door—keep the industry knowledgeable and well informed. NGA also produces the industry's largest annual trade show in the Americas, 
GlassBuild America, and hosts these conferences: NGA Glass Conferences, Building Envelope Contractors (BEC) Conference, Glazing Executives Forum, and GPAD (Glass Processing Automation Days). NGA also has The NGA Foundation for training the industry and educating consumers about the many ways glass and glazing contribute to a safe, healthy, sustainable and inspiring built environment.

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