More than 30 years of Wyoming government relations experience. Extensive work in telecommunications policy. Combines legal and legislative advocacy for clients.
Kristin Lee draws on her previous public sector experience to counsel clients on regulatory and government affairs issues. As director of regulatory and legislative affairs at CenturyLink in Wyoming she managed all of the cases and filings in front of the Wyoming Public Service Commission and lobbied on telecommunications bills, tax bills and any other legislation that touched rights of way, municipal entry and One Call issues.
Before working in the telecommunications industry, Kristin served as a commissioner of the Public Service Commission of Wyoming. She held hearings, decided complex cases, decided rulemakings and initiated legislation on telecommunications, electricity and gas issues in Wyoming. She also held the position of senior assistant attorney general for the state of Wyoming. Kristin was responsible for all appellate work before the district courts and the Wyoming Supreme Court, as well as legal advice on rulemakings, legislation, decisions for cases and administrative procedures.
Board member (appointed by governor), Wyoming Community Development Authority, 2014- 2018
Chair, Meridian Trust Supervisory Committee, 2004 - 2015.
Laramie County Library Foundation, 2013-present
Election 2020: State and Local Results
Brownstein Client Alert, November 6, 2020
Wyoming Business Alliance
Wyoming Tax Payers Association
St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church
Governor-Elect Gordon’s transition team