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Somfy’s Brittany Mier y Teran inducted into WiCT Legacy Class of 2022

January 6, 2022  By Somfy

Somfy announces their Partnership and CI Channel Manager, North America, Brittany Mier y Teran’s honorary induction into the Women in Consumer Technology (WiCT) “Woman to Watch” Legacy Class of 2022.

WiCT, focused on empowering women and promoting the advancement of women in the consumer technology industry, hosts an annual awards program to honor remarkable women who are changing the landscape of the consumer technology industry through their leadership across all sectors. At the 13th annual CES in-person networking reception held on January 5th, Brittany Mier y Teran was awarded the title of “Woman to Watch” among five other recipients at the 2022 Legacy Awards. She was recognized for her contribution to the industry including her contagious enthusiasm for the designed environment.

Ty Saville, VP Specification & Partnerships, at Somfy North America said, “It’s a pleasure to see Brittany’s dedication for the consumer technology industry recognized by WiCT.” He added, “Her passion for automation and design, uniquely influenced by her inquisitive nature, is what lends well to her role of managing partnerships and integrations at Somfy North America. Brittany’s commitment to Somfy is unparalleled and we would like to thank her for being an integral part of our journey.”

“I am thrilled to have been selected by WiCT for their 2022 Legacy Awards. My aim has always been to utilize my experience to drive dynamic conversations and instigate innovation.” said Brittany Mier y Teran, Partnerships and Custom Integration Channel Manager, Somfy North America. “By creating integration experiences and finding ways of creative collaboration via outdoor partnerships, my goal is to position Somfy as the indisputable answer to any question concerning motorization and integration.”


Currently, Brittany is responsible for establishing partnerships and improving Somfy’s position in CI channel. She is also a WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) – a health and well-being credential that denotes expertise in the WELL Building Standard

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