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Cornerstone Building Brands Adds Ops, Supply Chain Senior Leaders

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Brigette Gage and Keith Scherzer joined in SVP roles.

Brigette Gage and Keith Scherzer joined Cornerstone Building Brands, Inc. as SVP, Supply Chain, and SVP, Operations - U.S. Windows Group, respectively.

Gage is responsible for providing leadership, direction, and resource stewardship for supply chain functions across the company. 

Gage has 25 years of experience in aviation, power, and oil & gas industries, serving in positions of leading business impact, including supply chain and supplier management, process development, logistics, system integrations, and global team oversight. 

In her most recent role, Gage was the sourcing director of the Digital Technology Center of Excellence for Baker Hughes.

Scherzer will be responsible for the company’s U.S. Windows manufacturing operations and will partner cross-functionally to drive key operational initiatives.

Scherzer has nearly three decades of experience in a variety of manufacturing environments across multiple industries. 

In his most recent role, he was the VP for Manufacturing Operations at Cabinetworks Group, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

“We are thrilled to welcome Keith and Brigette to my senior leadership team,” said Jim Keppler, EVP, Operations. “Their unique, combined experiences will further bolster our industry expertise and help us continue providing superior solutions in the communities where we live, work and play.”

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