Senior Communications Engineer

Ryan was raised on Maryland’s Eastern Shore and attended St. Michaels Middle/High School. At age 17, while still finishing high school, Ryan began his telecommunications career installing telephone systems. He elevated to Sr. Technician status within 5 years and has continued to evolve his knowledge as changes in the telephony industry occur. Ryan graduated from Chesapeake College in 2004 and achieved an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration, while continuing to pursue Telecommunications full time.

He has received numerous manufacturer certifications on a wide range of telephone products, equipment, and even a license to operate lifts and powered trucks. His experience in the field has afforded him the ability to help businesses determine which technologies and solutions are most effective for their environment. Additionally, he holds a low-voltage electrical license in many jurisdictions. Ryan resides in Easton, Maryland with his wife and their son Jaxson, and is always playing with motorcycles, old cars, and guitars.


Tezla Group is everything you want in an IT company, and nothing that you don’t. Whether you need a one-time PC fix-up, a full scale managed network with enterprise security, or anything in between - we can deliver. All of our engineers and consultants are certified and trained to keep your system running; we care about your technology as much as you do. Let us prove it. Your business is our business.

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Our relationship with Tezla Group has allowed our staff to dramatically increase productivity through the use of new technologies. With the implementation of high speed workstations and quad monitor configurations, we’re able to accomplish more in less time. Their recommended backup solution for our servers and workstations has allowed our staff to quickly recover from failed computers and hard drives without reinstalling all of our programs every time.

Our server upgrades are painless and fast, with little or no down-time. Their process for upgrading, adding, or replacing servers over night or over a weekend has saved us countless hours of office and minimized staff down time.