Wyoming Public Service Commission
Stacey Kirsch was born and raised in rural Utah, and has fond memories of birthday parties spent in the camper while deer hunting, early mornings feeding the chickens, riding bikes all over town, and going frogging. She played softball and volleyball for years, spent many hours babysitting, and began working at the local Polar King drive-in at age 14. In high school she began taking classes from Utah State University, and earned both her BS and MSS from there.
Upon completion of her Master’s, Stacey was offered a teaching position in the Business Department at Colorado Northwestern Community College. She moved to Colorado and spent the next five years teaching Accounting and Business Law, traveling with the baseball team to its games, and forming 20+ year friendships with many of her students. In 2005 she moved to Cheyenne, and has spent the last 16 years working in accounting and finance at FE Warren AFB and the State of Wyoming.
Stacey works as a Technical Analyst for the Public Service Commission and has since October 2019. She has worked closely with the Wyoming Universal Service Fund, which assists local exchange carriers provide essential telephone services in rural parts of Wyoming where customers must pay relatively high rates for service. She has just begun work on a new audit program, and will perform audits on the 191 accounts of natural gas companies throughout Wyoming. Also called the “balancing” account, the 191 account is used to balance actual gas costs against revenue collected from customers to cover these costs.
Stacey is a huge Colorado Avalanche fan, loves watching football, college basketball, lacrosse, and Rockies baseball. She also enjoys playing Call of Duty on Xbox, reading, going to concerts, and fishing. She and her husband mostly love to travel to Utah to visit their son and his wife, trying new restaurants with them and just spending time together.
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