Frankie Green

National Hydropower Coordinator
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service


Frankie Green is currently the National Hydropower Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Falls Church, Virginia. Frankie’s experience with hydropower began in 1993 while working with FERC’s Office of Hydropower Licensing on relicensing the Class of 93 projects. In 2000, Frankie relocated to California and to the private sector and for the next 10 years or so worked with various consulting firms on various aspects of hydropower relicensing. In mid-2011, Frankie came back to the federal government and to her current job with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Frankie earned a B.S. in wildlife biology from Auburn University and worked for the USDA Forest Service in its southeast region prior to entering the world of hydropower.


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