Heidi Kroll works on public policy issues and legislative and regulatory matters related to energy, the environment, health care, business strategies, and economic and market trends. She is a government and regulatory affairs professional with more than 20 years of experience, including in the electric and natural gas utility industries, representing regulated utilities, renewable facilities, and energy consumers. She also represents health insurance carriers, home and community-based care management companies, and elder law attorneys. She has conducted a wide array of research projects and analyses, ranging from impacts of energy and environmental policies, changes to New Hampshire’s tax structure, investment in transportation infrastructure, environmental risks, consumer spending on recreational activities, and trends in independent case management for in-home health care.
Heidi serves as government and regulatory liaison for clients, developing and maintaining positive working relationships and open dialogues with state officials, stakeholders, and team members, and advocating client positions and goals. She is a trusted and respected source of information and appears before the New Hampshire Legislature, state agencies, and boards for public hearings, work sessions, testimony, and presentations. She works collaboratively with clients and colleagues to develop and implement strategies for communicating, negotiating, and promoting public policies that advance client goals.
Heidi is the recipient of the NH Business and Industry Association’s 2005 “Above and Beyond” award, which recognizes individuals who have demonstrated an “extraordinary willingness and commitment to helping the organization be successful and work to further its legislative and regulatory priorities.” Heidi has been both a presenter and moderator at the NH BIA’s annual energy seminars.
Prior to joining the firm, Heidi was an energy policy analyst in The Governor’s Office of Energy and Community Services. She also served as a research associate with Tellus Institute in Boston, Massachusetts.
Heidi graduated magna cum laude from Smith College, where she received a bachelor of arts in economics, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.