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Leadership

Don MacNeil

Chief Executive Officer

Don MacNeil has over 25 years of experience in network architecture and design; network engineering, access and optimization; customer operations; product and more.  In his role as Chief Executive Officer for FiberLight, he will be responsible leading revenue growth efforts, enhancing the customer experience, and expanding the company’s network and product portfolio.

Before joining FiberLight, Don served as Chief Technology Officer for EdgeConneX, where he was responsible for identifying and introducing new technologies and product capabilities to address evolving data center needs. His industry experience also includes roles as Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President of Carrier Services Operations during a 15-year tenure with XO Communications. Don retired from the United States Navy in 2013, where his duties as a Surface Warfare Officer included serving at-sea in operational leadership roles as well as various leadership roles in weapon system design and procurement.

Don has an MBA, Business Administration from William and Mary and a Master’s Degree of Physics from the United States Naval Postgraduate School. He completed his BS in Naval Architecture from the United States Naval Academy.


Kevin Coyne


Chief Financial Officer

Kevin Coyne is a founding member of the FiberLight team. In his capacity as Chief Financial Officer, Kevin Coyne manages the day-to-day activities of the organization's finance, tax, accounting and treasury functions.

Before joining ACSI NT in 1998, Kevin was with Deloitte & Touche, LLP. He worked for 10 years as a public accountant serving high exposure clients such as Nextel and Cendant Corporation. At the end of 2002, he joined Internap Network Services Corporation as Vice President of Finance where he restructured $25 million of capital leases and participated in a $10 million common pipe transaction.

Kevin Coyne earned his M.S. in Taxation at University of Baltimore and his B.S. in Accounting at Towson State University. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.


Ronald Kormos


Chief Strategy Officer

Ron Kormos is a founding member of FiberLight and has been with the organization since 2000. After serving as FiberLight's Chief Development Officer for five years, Ron Kormos was promoted to President of Texas Operations in 2013 and named FiberLight's Chief Strategy Officer in 2014. Ron Kormos began his FiberLight career as Vice President of Construction with FiberLight's predecessor ACSI NT, in 2000. With ACSI NT and Xspedius Communications, he also served as Vice President of Operations.

Ron Kormos is a 30 year veteran of the utility construction industry, with a specialized background in the placing, splicing and testing of fiber optics. He also has 20 years of experience in operational budgeting and contract management.


Marc Dyman

Executive Vice President & Chief Revenue Officer

Marc Dyman has over 25 years’ experience in sales – including executive sales leadership – marketing, product management and sales operations. In his role as FiberLight’s Chief Revenue Officer, he will be responsible for developing and implementing go-to-market strategies in support of revenue growth, revenue management, marketing, product development and customer satisfaction. Marc will bring to the position his reputation for as a results-driven leadership and his talents in executing successful sales strategies which drive sustainable long-term results. 

Prior to joining FiberLight, Marc served as Senior Vice President of Sales for Digital Realty Trust, where he oversaw the team responsible for network operators, cloud service providers, MSOs, MNOs, IaaS providers, international carriers, gaming companies, CDNs and other large content players. His telecom and technology experience also includes leading Time Warner Cable’s wholesale business as Vice President of Sales, where he focused on fiber access and mobile backhaul infrastructure solutions, as well as various executive leadership roles within XO Communications, including roles as Vice President of Carrier Services and Vice President of Enterprise Sales.


Tony Cash


Executive Vice President and General Counsel

Tony Cash has worked in the telecommunications industry for over 20 years. Prior to becoming FiberLight's General Counsel in 2012, he previously held positions with AT&T and BellSouth, co-founded and served as General Counsel for technology licensing company Fero Networks and practiced law privately for 10 years.

Tony Cash attended Clemson University (B.A.), Duke University (M.B.A.) and Georgia State University (J.D.).

Tony Cash is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the American Bar Association. He is admitted to practice in the following courts: Georgia Superior Courts, Georgia Court of Appeals, Supreme Court of Georgia, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.


Jay Anderson

Senior Vice President of Engineering

Jay Anderson has more than 17 years of Networking Engineering and Management Leadership experience within the telecommunications industry. As FiberLight’s Senior Vice President of Engineering, he leads the company in network design, planning and evolution in addition to steering alignment across functional teams throughout the business. During his tenure at FiberLight, Jay has held multiple other responsibilities, through which he has promoted organizational growth via new initiatives and effective use of processes and software.

Prior to joining FiberLight, Jay was Director of Regional Engineering for FiberTower LLC, where he managed a team of engineers focused on planning, designing and implementing backhaul networks supporting the major Wireless Carriers in the United States. Other past experiences include Bluegrass Cellular and AT&T Wireless where he designed and managed cellular and backhaul networks.

Jay is a graduate of the Louisiana Tech University, where he earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering.