Mr. Coleman is a seasoned strategy and operations executive. He began his career as an engineer with the investor-owned utility Atlantic Energy (Now part of PEPCO Holdings). After several years Coleman transitioned to Blair Park Services a family-owned telecommunications design and build business where he ran the Engineering and Business Development operations. While at Blair Park, the telecommunications industry was under radical change. He saw the growing demand for fiber optic connectivity and started Sunesys. Sunesys was a CLEC that designed, built, owned, and operated regional and metro fiber optic network. As the founding president of Sunesys, Mr. Coleman led the firm’s fiber strategy from inception to exit. Under his leadership, Sunesys became one of the preeminent providers of state-of-the-art optical transport services (or “dark fiber”) in North America. From a family business Mr. Coleman managed the sale and operation of Sunesys through successive ownership by Exelon, GFI (now Oaktree Capital), Infrasource, Quanta Services and ultimately being acquired by Crown Castle. At the time Crown Castle acquisition, Sunesys was licensed in 13 states, and had expanded its network presence to several major metropolitan areas across eight states in the United States, including California, Pennsylvania, Illinois, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, Georgia, Maryland, and Arizona. Through the successful deployment of networks in these markets, Sunesys during Coleman’s tenure as President, built and owned over 10,000 miles of fiber across 60% of the top 10 basic trading areas. Sunesys was sold to Crown Castle in 2015 for $1 billion. Larry worked with Shapiro, Jarlsjo, and Boulmay while at Quanta Services, Inc. and has known them for over 10 years. Following his time at Sunesys, Mr. Coleman joined Netspeed, a pure play fiber-to-the-home provider as an investor and President. Netspeed continues to grow its markets in the Northeast United States. Coleman earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Drexel University with additional executive coursework at Harvard and Wharton.