Faith Tyler - Project Developer
Faith is a project developer for Apex’s Texas projects. Her responsibilities include site acquisition, permitting, public affairs, and power marketing. Prior to her role as project developer, Faith worked for Apex from 2015 to 2016 as a consultant, assisting in the development of Apex projects in the Texas Panhandle and representing Apex in the Panhandle and West Texas. In particular, she spent time on the development of Cotton Plains Wind (50 MW), Phantom Solar (15 MWac on-site at Ft. Hood), and Old Settler Wind (150 MW), all of which began operating in 2017.
Faith was 2015’s Ms. Texas for the Today’s American Woman Pageant (a community service and civic-based national pageant) and was named a “national ambassador” for her dedicated community service work for the state. This community service award included her work for No Boundaries International, an organization dedicated to stop human trafficking in Texas; Downtown Women’s Center, an organization dedicated to providing housing and services to overcome homelessness and addiction in the Texas Panhandle; and Angels in Green, a community website she created to bring awareness to an incurable condition known as gastroparesis. Faith holds a real estate license from the Austin Institute of Real Estate.
Dru Steubing - Senior Development Manager
Dru is responsible for project development, primarily in the Texas coast area. Prior to joining Apex, Dru gained over 15 years of wind experience as a consulting partner with Texas Wind Group, LP, developing wind projects in South Texas and managing construction of wind farms across the United States.
Previously, Dru was part of the start-up Signal Energy, where he took projects from the development stage through engineering, procurement, and construction. Dru also spent time with Zachry as a project engineer, where he oversaw the balance of plant for West Texas wind farms under Enron Wind. He went on to form his own civil construction company, specializing in wind turbine foundations and heavy civil construction. Dru graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor of science in construction science and a minor in business administration.