Kristee learned the value of hard work while growing up on a farm in central Alberta, Canada. After she completed her Management Degree, she worked in the energy industry for Tenaska Marketing Canada, Hunt Oil Company, Direct Energy Marketing Canada and Ryckman Creek Storage . Her proficiency with business operations allows her to focus on improving the bottom line to deliver quality service for customers while improving business processes. Her entrepreneurial spirit is only matched by her persistent drive for perfection. Kristee has been a resident of Texas for the last 10 years, raising her family in the Cypress area.
Maulin moved to Texas 15 years ago to continue his education and complete graduate school. His career has been focused on power generation, risk management, and merchant energy. He spent the majority of his career working for Calpine Corp in Houston, TX, which is one of the largest power generator in the US. Maulin is passionate about new trends in the energy industry and wants to help Texans become more independent with their energy use through new technology.
Charles, who is so “Texas” that he’s often mistaken for a Texas Ranger, has worked in the energy industry for the last 27 years at firms including Texas Oil and Gas, Delhi Gas Pipeline, Texaco Natural Gas, Iberdrola and Enstor Inc. before coming to Volt EP. He has spent the majority of his time trading and managing physical and financial natural gas positions and risk.
Sandra is a native of Mexico and has been a resident of Texas for the past 10 years. Our numbers person, Sandra has a strong background in accounting, and also brings her bilingual skills. She is a pet lover and rescues animals in her spare time.
Lacey hails from the frozen north. After finishing her bachelor’s degree in English, she moved to Houston from Michigan (with a 4-year detour in Oklahoma). Raised in an energy family, Lacey brings a lot of energy herself, and is passionate about clear communication and connecting regular people with the resources they need to live better. And coffee. Lots of coffee.