Bryan has nearly 20 years in the communications industry working in broadband, cable television, and wireless phone, the last decade of which have been at PRG. He currently oversees all construction and outside plant operations for PRG. Bryan brings experience and perspective from working with many of the major service providers across the country. He also spent three years in the international audit group of MediaOne working and managing engagements around the world. He currently lives in New York City and has a BS BA majoring in accounting and finance from Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
Troy possesses close to two decades of communications experience in both satellite and cable television. Working in the Outside Plant Damage industry, Troy directs all aspects of the business from recovery and research to operations, program management and business development. Prior to joining PRG, Troy spent more than five years with EchoStar Satellite, LLC in Denver, Colorado where he worked in operations as a commercial key accounts manager for their national MDU program. In addition to his cable and satellite experience, he also has an extensive background in public and media relations. Troy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Technical Journalism from Colorado State University in Fort Collins.
Kyle is the head of Finance and Accounting for PRG. Prior to joining the company, he rotated through corporate finance roles at AT&T, DIRECTV, Qwest, and Progress Energy. In these roles, he gained expertise in operations support, investor relations, treasury, financial planning and analysis, business analysis, and product profitability. Between undergraduate and graduate studies, Kyle managed environmental litigation at Travelers Insurance Co. He completed his Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics, cum laude, at the University of Colorado and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a Finance concentration at Wake Forest University. He is also a Certified Management Accountant (CMA). Kyle serves on the boards of Love, Light, and Melody, a non-profit organization focused on shining light on vulnerable children and issues they face, and the University of Colorado Alumni Board of Advisors.
Cyndi Tauer is the Head of Human Resources for PRG and Auxillium. Cyndi is an established, results-driven leader and brings more than 15 years of experience in aligning people, processes, and human capital strategy to drive business growth. Prior to joining the company, Cyndi has held multiple HR leadership roles with several companies ranging from small local start-ups to large global organizations. As Head of Human Resources, Cyndi has modernized and improved our people processes, elevate our employee experience, and delivers programs in support of our growth strategies. A Denver native, Cyndi holds the SPHR and SHRM-SCP designations and has a B.A. in Finance.
Doug has over 25 years of experience in the cable and telecommunications industry where he has worked with all aspects of the business including installation, service, and construction. Most recently, he spent the last six years of his career managing multiple construction projects throughout the Southeast region encompassing the Carolinas, Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee for PRG’s Construction Project Management division. Prior to joining PRG, Doug spent almost fifteen years in construction management in the Washington, D.C. area where he worked on large-scale system upgrades, fiber reinforcement projects, cell tower backhaul, and MDU construction. Utilizing his expertise in telecommunications, Doug has cultivated extensive relationships with service providers throughout the industry. His technical background and experience make him a subject matter expert and accredited leader within the industry. He is also a member of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers.
Steve has over thirteen years of communications experience working in CATV, fiber optic and satellite systems. He joined PRG in 2012 and has since spent his time managing large scale projects with a focus on program management and process improvement. He began his PRG career managing system upgrades and network expansion projects in the northeast and currently oversees fiber deployment projects nationwide. Prior to PRG, Steve owned and operated a communications construction and engineering company specializing in MDU turnkey projects for many industry leaders. He also spent four years with DirecTV as an operations manager overseeing tech ops, customer service, quality control, and materials management. Additionally, he spent some time as a subcontractor for Comcast Cable working on outside plant construction and customer installations.
Jay is the Director of OPD Claims Recovery for PRG. Jay joined PRG in 2005 and has over 25 years of collections and tortious damage claim experience. Prior to joining PRG, he was Collection Manager for the Machol & Johannes law firm in Denver, CO, specializing in post-judgement debt collection. Jay started his career with First Data Corporation in Greenwood Village, CO (now Fiserv) and helped develop and support the EFTPS module. Jay leads a diverse and talented team of recovery and administrative personnel over three offices with proven results in third-party claim administration. With years in the utility and recovery industry, he has developed and cultivated relationships with a wide variety of industry professionals. Jay is a member of the Commercial Law League of America and the Society of Cable & Telecommunications Engineers.
Nestor has over 40 years of telecommunications experience working in all facets of outside plant construction in the cable television industry. Nestor joined PRG in 2018 after 12 years as Sr. Director of Regional Construction for Time Warner Cable and Charter Spectrum based out of Charlotte, North Carolina, where his responsibilities included overseeing construction operations, project management and production reporting. Prior to that, he spent almost 28 years working in progressively responsible construction leadership positions for various major MSO’s throughout many Florida markets, as well as San Juan, Puerto Rico. He has established an extensive track record of consistently delivering results on a wide-range of outside plant construction projects including network upgrades and rebuilds. In 2015, Nestor was appointed by the Governor of North Carolina as an inaugural member of the NC Underground Damage Prevention Board on which he served for two years. He is also a member of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers.
A.J. is the Director of the Power & Gas Division for PRG’s Outside Plant Damage Department. He has worked in various industries across the U.S. as well as overseas. He spent several years as a lead instructor for a technical trade institute in Phoenix, AZ before changing career paths and working for various governmental agencies, including some outside of the contiguous United States. He has also worked in the medical field and still holds several medical licenses in several capacities that include: Licensed EMT, HAZMAT First Responder, Tactical Combat Casualty Care-TCCC certified, American Red Cross Instructor, worked for EMS Agency in Michigan as well as a combat medic OCONUS. AJ has an extensive background in health and safety as well as in managing large-scale projects. He began his employment with PRG in 2015 as a Field Damage Specialist in the state of Michigan on the cable side where he quickly grew the market and transitioned into the Northeast Regional Manager role the following year. A.J. assumed the reigns of PRG’s OPD Power & Gas field operations at the onset of that new business reach for the company in the middle of 2017 before being named Director in 2020.
Dean Flora is a principal and one of the founders of PRG, Inc. In the advisory role he now holds, he provides strategic and operational oversight to PRG's management team, with whom he supports and challenges to find, establish, and integrate complimentary lines of business across its national footprint, that also help diversify PRG’s strategic advantage in the telecommunications and utility support industries. Dean also works closely with leadership at Auxillium LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of PRG, Inc. Auxillium LLC provides back-office customer care and technical support to various industries including healthcare, telecommunications, travel and tourism, and sports and entertainment facilities. Throughout his career, Dean managed projects and programs focused on increasing efficiency and effectiveness of fieldwork, operations, technical project management, quality control activities, financial cost management, and more recently, developing new service offerings based on market needs of PRG's clients. Dean holds a civil engineering degree (BSCE) from the University of Missouri and a master’s degree (MBA) from the University of Denver. Dean also is a registered professional engineer (PE) in several states. In spare time, Dean loves running, hiking, cycling, skiing, tennis and golf among other hobbies.