Meet the Team

 

 

  • Jack Davis

    President

    Jack Davis is President of TLG Services where he oversees the company’s decommissioning planning.

    Davis is also General Manager of Nuclear Fuel Services at Entergy Nuclear where he oversees and ensures the nuclear fuel supply, nuclear core design, and reactor engineering services for Entergy’s nuclear fleet. He joined Entergy in 2016 as Vice President for Regulatory Assurance where he was responsible for licensing, compliance, security, emergency planning, employee concerns, and records management functions for the fleet.

    Prior to joining Entergy, Davis’ nuclear industry career spanned more than 26 years in commercial nuclear licensing and regulation, public policy matters, and operation support and decommissioning of several large-scale nuclear weapons production facilities.

    Davis received his Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in nuclear engineering from Pennsylvania State University and his senior executive service (SES) program certification from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM). He received his senior reactor operator (SRO) certification at Entergy’s Grand Gulf Nuclear Station.

  • Lori Glander

    Vice President, Decommissioning Services

    Lori Glander is a Certified Health Physicist and Vice President at TLG Services. She is responsible for the day-to-day operations of a team of engineers that estimate costs and develop plans for the decommissioning of Nuclear, Fossil, Hydro, Wind and Solar facilities.

    Ms. Glander spent her early career as a Health Physicist for a research/production reactor that made radiochemicals and radiopharmaceuticals for medical use. Her first encounter with TLG occurred at this facility when several TLG consultants assisted with the very complicated reactor and hot lab decommissioning.

    Prior to joining TLG in 2017, she worked for various departments at a major northeast nuclear power plant. Most recently serving as Emergency Preparedness Manager overseeing both onsite and offsite preparedness efforts for the plant. This position provided her with extensive experience dealing with Federal, state, and local officials as well as industry representatives.

    Lori holds a BS from Manhattan College and is Certified by the American Board of Health Physics.

  • Roderick W. Knight

    Manager, Decommissioning

    Roderick (Rod) Knight is a Decommissioning Manager at TLG Services, LLC. Rod has more than 34 years of experience performing cost estimates for the nuclear industry for commercial, government, and research facilities. Rod has also performed numerous prudency reviews of cost estimates developed by others. Rod has taught classes on how to develop decommissioning cost estimates for the International Atomic Energy Agency ("IAEA") to members from various countries. He has also taught a similar class in South Korea.

    Rod has extensive international experience including numerous missions with the IAEA. These missions include providing decommissioning cost estimating support in Kazakhstan for the BN-350 Nuclear Power Plant and in Croatia and Slovenia in support of the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant decommissioning plan. He has also worked as part of a team to assist in developing and promoting a series of reforms for the Armenian energy sector.

    In addition to developing decommissioning cost estimates for commercial nuclear power plants, Rod has developed estimates for a variety of facilities. These estimates include proposal support, owner estimates, and project funding. As part of this work he has developed estimates at several national laboratories, including Los Alamos, Argonne, and Brookhaven.

    Mr. Knight earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of New Haven in 1992, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He also earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resource Management from the University of Maine in 1981 where he was a member of the wrestling team. Rod is a member of Chi Epsilon, an honorary Civil Engineering Society. Prior to joining TLG Services in August 2016, Rod founded Knight Cost Engineering Services, LLC ("KCES") where he served as president from 2004 until 2016. Prior to KCES Rod was employed by SCIENTECH, Inc. and by its predecessor NES, Inc. from 1992 until 2004. Prior to NES, Inc., Rod was an employee of TLG Engineering from 1985 to 1992.

  • Adam Kaczmarek

    Manager, Decommissioning

    Adam Kaczmarek joined TLG as a Decommissioning Manager in spring 2020, and brings to the team more than a decade of experience in utility and nuclear power industries.

    Most recently he served as an Engineering Supervisor (2015-2020) and Design Engineer (2008-2015) at a nuclear power plant in Westchester County, New York. During his tenure Mr. Kaczmarek oversaw an array of projects that improved safety and reliability of plant operations. He managed numerous Control Room upgrades and acted as a Site Lead on implementation of the required FLEX modifications in response to the Fukushima Daiichi accident. Additionally, Mr. Kaczmarek served as Chapter President of North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN), which provides development and networking opportunities to young professionals in the nuclear power industry.

    Prior to entering the nuclear field, Mr. Kaczmarek worked as a Capital Projects Engineer (2005-2008) for a Hudson Valley firm supporting various utility companies in the Northeast.

    In his free time Mr. Kaczmarek, who holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from SUNY New Paltz, enjoys all things hockey. This includes playing in local men’s ice and street hockey leagues and cheering on his home team the Buffalo Sabres. He resides in Dutchess County, New York, with his wife and two daughters.

  • Corey Munz

    Manager, Decommissioning

    Corey Munz is a Decommissioning Manager at TLG Services. He has more than 28 years of experience in the nuclear industry.

    Following seven years of active duty in the engine room on nuclear submarines, Mr. Munz worked as an analyst for the Department of the Navy on the team responsible for oversight of the SUBSAFE program. During this time, he worked to complete a BS in Nuclear Engineering Technology from Thomas Edison State College. Thereafter, he began his project management experience by completing the Polytechnic Institute of New York Project Management course and has successfully implemented large and small utility projects with a focus on understanding the details, meeting commitments, and clear communications

    When Mr. Munz is not working, he enjoys long canoe trips, camping, and maintaining his garden and plants.