United Window & Door Makes Organizational Changes, PromotionsJanuary 8th, 2024 by Editor
News out of United Window & Door headquarters in Springfield, New Jersey, revealed several upward moves in the company’s leadership in the areas of national sales and business development.
Gregg Proscia is among the four who received a new title on January 1, 2024. Proscia joined United in 2012 after a 30-year career with a competitor in the vinyl window industry. Originally a national sales manager, Proscia is the new senior vice president of sales and marketing.
“These changes will provide clarity in defining leadership roles in our sales organization,” Proscia said. “There is much to do as we continue to build and manage the framework and infrastructure needed to support future growth.”
Other new appointments include Dana Flint, previously national account manager/Lowes division, who assumed the role of vice president of sales/Lowes Division. Flint joined United in 2015 as a Lowe’s TSM in New England. In his tenure at United, he was a business development manager/Lowe’s Division and in 2020 moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, to be closer to Lowe’s headquarters.
Mike Rose went from director of business development to the role of vice president of national accounts. Rose has worked at United since he was a teenager and joined the company fulltime in 2014, right out of college. He started in finance and then moved over to being a TSM in Lower New York state where he was a two-time salesperson of the year. In his expanded role, Rose focuses on new business opportunities with national accounts, like 84 Lumber, Carter Lumber, ABC and others.
Jeremy Downey, formerly sales manager/Lowes division, is taking on the role of national sales manager/Lowes Division. Downey joined United in 2018 as a Lowe’s TSM in Kentucky and surrounding markets. He was promoted in 2022 to sales manager/Lowe’s division.
“It really is exciting to know we have a leadership team that is committed to greatness and really accepts that ‘good’ is the enemy of ‘great’… we are well positioned now and for years to come,” Proscia said.