Kiersten Mohr is a professional geologist and technical manager with over seventeen years of experience in the Oil and Gas Industry. Kiersten achieved her BSc. Honours in Geology from the University of Saskatchewan, followed by a Citation in Applied Geostatistics from the University of Alberta in 2008. In 2015, motivated to increase her leadership depth while also bringing more impact to her volunteer positions, Kiersten used her evenings and weekends to pursue a Psychology degree at Queens University, which she completed in 2020.
Kiersten is an openly transgender woman and invests her time away from work giving back to her community. She was inspired and emboldened by the positive experience of her gender transition in 2017 and is now passionate to use her visibility and voice to help promote positive public awareness as well as understanding and inclusion of transgender and gender diverse individuals. Kiersten is proudly the President of the Airdrie Pride Society and a proud Executive Board member, and interim Education Director, for the Skipping Stone Foundation. Additionally, she is a member of the Women’s Advisory Cabinet for Ducks Unlimited Canada and the current Publications Director for the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists.
Kiersten shares her life with her beautiful spouse and two children who have been with her every step of the way.