Holly X. Biller Named President of Key Media and Research (KMR)January 11th, 2023 by Editor
Key Media & Research, publisher of WINDOW FILM magazine, today announced the promotion of Holly X. Biller to the position of president. Biller has previously served as vice president of the company and has spent her career in positions of increasing responsibility and advancement there.
Biller, 45, has been instrumental in developing KMR’s digital offerings and advancing its live events, international footprint, and many other initiatives during her 28 years at the company.
“I am both humbled and energized by the announcement of this promotion,” said Biller. “I feel passionate about our company mission to provide solutions for our clients and advance their growth through superior products and excellent customer service. I’m looking forward to continuing our work with an incredible team that brings their talents to our content, events, research, and platforms daily,” she added. “As Moliere once said, ‘Passion is a powerful force that cannot be stopped.’ It is an honor to be named president of Key Media & Research and to continue to work under CEO Debra Levy while helping to direct our future endeavors.”
“We are thrilled to make this announcement,” said Debra Levy. “Holly began her career here as an intern and chose KMR from many offers after college, and pursued an advanced degree while helping to grow KMR. She has been managing the day-to-day business for a time now, so this role is not too new for her. The new title, in reality, catches up to what she has been doing.”
“I have called Holly the ‘Mary Barra’ of the glass industry,” Levy said about GM’s top executive, who began her work at the automaker as a co-op student in 1980. “If you have ever worked with Holly, you know what a competent professional and special person she is,” Levy added.
KMR provides information, education, and research for the glass industry. It does so through various media, including print and digital publications, live events, research reports, and more. The 31-year-old company is headquartered in suburban Washington, D.C.