CHEYENNE, WYOMING – 30 January 2023
Kylie Dorr, of Cheyenne, Wyoming has been appointed to the Board of Directors of New Energy Developer e-Roll Corporation.
e-Roll is a Wyoming Corporation which is developing the largest-ever Power Plant in the state, utilizing a massive array of Solar Panels, storage batteries and an advanced Power Management System. It is expected that the new Wind River Solar Power Plant will power more than 150,000 new homes and businesses in the region. As a Utility-Scale Solar Power Designer, e-Roll is developing a new path forward for Tribal entities in the state, including the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes, wherein these Native American communities will create their own sources of 100% carbon-free energy.
Kylie Dorr has lived in Wyoming for more than half of her life and has been a young leader in her community ever since. Kylie attended the University of Wyoming and graduated with honors in 2015 with a degree in Political Science and Philosophy. After graduating, she moved to Washington, DC for an internship in Senator John Barrasso’s office. After completing her internship, she returned home to Wyoming to begin her career.
Since then, Kylie has worked in the private sector, public sector, and non-profit worlds. She has experience with public policy, and more specifically, education and oil and gas policy, and criminal justice reform. She also makes it a priority to volunteer in her community. She is currently the Vice Chairwoman for the Laramie County Republican Party, a Steering Committee mentor for Leadership Cheyenne through the Cheyenne Greater Chamber of Commerce, and a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for foster children. In 2016 she was on a panel for the Secretary of State’s Youth Voter Summit where she talked about the importance of civic engagement for young people. She graduated from Leadership Cheyenne in 2019 and helped coordinate the Chamber’s annual “Boo-Tification Ball” to raise funds for a community beautification project. Every year Kylie helps organize and emcee a fundraiser to raise money to benefit those suffering from ALS in the Rocky Mountain region.
She is currently the Director of Operations for Freedom Path 307 (FP307). FP307 is a non-profit organization committed to advancing pro-jobs and conservative fiscal policies in Wyoming. As a 501(c)4 organization, they work to advocate for conservative fiscal solutions to the state’s economic challenges. She recently got married on New Year’s Eve of 2022, and is looking forward to starting her own family with the same Wyoming values she was raised with.
“I am thrilled to join e-Roll Corporation’s Board of Directors and help Wyoming continue the trend of being one of the nation’s top energy producers. Solar energy will bring many benefits to Wyoming and the Wind River Reservation and its residents and stakeholders, but I am most looking forward to the training, employment, and investment opportunities this project will create,” Dorr continued, “Taking advantage of solar energy brings new momentum to our state and economy and offers Wyoming families and businesses an incredible investment opportunity.”
e-Roll CEO Gary Brant stated, “I am delighted to welcome Kylie Dorr to our Board of Directors,” Brant continued, “Kylie, as a millennial, highly-educated and dedicated operative on the ground in Wyoming, will advance our projects and moreover, get the word out to her peers in state and local government about the importance of our mission.”
Brant added, “I am very proud of our Board Members, and their dedication to e-Roll’s vision for building out Green Energy Systems throughout Wyoming, and beyond to neighboring states including Oklahoma and New Mexico. It’s a group effort, and I’m very happy to mark this day as Kylie Dorr joins our team”.