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Executive Director, Energy Smart Colorado

Kasey joined Energy Smart Colorado (ESC) in May 2018. Kasey has over 30 years of nonprofit leadership, fund-raising, and community relations expertise. Immediately prior to joining ESC, Kasey served as the Director of Development for The Summit Foundation, a community foundation based in Summit County, Colorado for 11 years. In that role, she cultivated more than $3 Million in fund-raised revenue annually.

A Summit County resident since 1992, Kasey’s previous positions included fund-raising for The Keystone Center and its program division Keystone Science School and as Executive Director of Summit Recycling Project (now High Country Conservation Center, an Energy Smart Colorado partner).

Kasey received her B.A. in Mass Communication with Honors from the University of Denver and, through a fellowship provided by The Colorado Trust, she obtained her Masters of Nonprofit Management from Regis University. Kasey is an avid mountain biker and telemark skier and enjoys these sports and traveling with her husband Bradd.



Program Manager, Energy Smart Colorado

Tracy joined Energy Smart Colorado as its Program Manager in May 2023. Originally from Houston, Tracy earned a B.S. in Education from the University of Texas at Austin. Her first career was as an HR project manager at Dell, with a focus on compensation, acquisitions and international new site startups.

Since moving to Colorado in 2009, Tracy has been a small business owner, staff accountant, and Philanthropy Coordinator at The Summit Foundation. She lives in Breckenridge with her husband Rob, their rescue dog and fancy cat. Tracy enjoys XC skiing, hiking, paddle-boarding and camping.



Workforce Development Manager, Energy Smart Colorado

Tim Archie joined Energy Smart Colorado as Workforce Development Manager in May 2024. Tim is a BPI-certified analyst with residential and commercial auditing experience with Sustainable Grand in Grand County. He completed a PhD in Human Dimensions of Natural Resources at Colorado State University and has a background in research and evaluation of teaching and learning. Tim lives in Granby and enjoys skiing, biking, and hiking with his family.

In assisting ESC with the implementation of the goals of EECBG grant, Tim will be responsible for increasing the number of energy-focused skilled trades jobs by 20 to 30% in each Energy Smart community. These jobs may include recruiting potential Building Analysts, enhancing expertise in installing cold climate heat pumps, as well as increasing the certifications of contractors focused on home weatherization, and other energy trades.

Additionally, Tim will manage ESC’s partnership with the Colorado Energy Office which provides ESC with funding to conduct outreach and to coordinate and provide training opportunities, scholarships, stipends and equipment reimbursements to meet the needs of the energy efficiency contractor workforce in rural, mountain, and other underserved regions of Colorado.