Trox Welcomes Brian Schreiber, Regional Vice President, to Its Sales Leadership Team
Schreiber to Drive Greater Market Share in the Company’s Central U.S. Territory
Press Release / July 20, 2021
PHOENIX, Ariz. – July 20, 2021 – Trox, a leading provider of education technology serving nearly 30 million students in North America, today announced that Brian Schreiber has joined as Regional Vice President of Sales, covering Trox’s Central U.S. territory.
Schreiber joins the company during a time of unprecedented growth. Trox, which merged with Tierney in April 2021, is now the most prominent K-12 EdTech solutions provider in the U.S. and Canada. The company debuted at #60 on CRN’s prestigious 2021 Solution Provider 500 list – widely considered the industry standard for identifying IT channel organizations that earned the highest revenue over the past year.
“Bringing on top talent is a priority for us during this stage of accelerated growth. Brian’s proven sales leadership experience is a great fit for the role of Regional Vice President of Sales for the Central U.S. Trox recognizes that this territory offers a lot of potential to further expand our geographical coverage,” said Terra Norine, Senior Vice President of Sales, Trox.
Schreiber is responsible for developing strategic sales plans that support the needs of school districts in his region. He brings more than 20 years of sales and leadership experience in varied industries that include hospitality, industrial technology and healthcare. Most recently, Schreiber served as the Division Manager at Medline Industries. Prior to that, he was the National Sales Director + Revenue Management at Uline Inc., a leading distributor of industrial supplies.
“Trox is at the forefront of helping educators redefine education through technology,” Schreiber said. “It’s an incredible opportunity to join a company on a strong growth trajectory and with a great team in place. I’m looking forward to helping Trox accomplish its mission of improving access and learning outcomes for students of all ages.”
To learn more about Trox, visit www.trox.com.