Kirsten Frysinger brings over 20 years of process development and organizational skills to her position as Operations Director at SWEEP. Her background is in working with small entrepreneurial companies and she owned and operated her own videography business from 2004-2008. Kirsten holds a BA in Environmental Studies with a specialization in Sustainable Development from the University of Colorado at Boulder graduating in the fall of 2013. Prior to joining the SWEEP team she worked for a green building consulting firm that specialized in residential energy efficiency and zero energy buildings.
Her passion for sustainability extends into the community. She founded the Boulder County chapter of the Colorado Renewable Energy Society, BCRES, in 2014 eventually stepping down as steering committee chair in early 2018 and moving into an advisory role. The mission of CRES is to lead Colorado and its people to an energy-efficient and renewable-energy economy through education, policy, and economic development.
Kirsten’s interests include playing the acoustic guitar, hiking Colorado’s endless trails, scuba diving, and spending as much time possible with her two grown daughters. An animal lover, Kirsten has been a foster care volunteer for the Boulder Humane Society for over two decades.