Auburn, NH – October 19, 2021. Freedom Energy Logistics (“Freedom Energy”), a leading energy advisory, announced today that Kurt Chapman has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer of the organization. In a separate announcement, Bart Fromuth, who most recently held the COO position within Freedom Energy, was named Chief Executive Officer earlier today.
“I am delighted to recognize Kurt Chapman for his vast record of achievement with the company,” stated Gus Fromuth, President, Managing Director and Founder of Freedom Energy. “Kurt has been fully invested in the business since he joined Freedom Energy nearly ten years ago and he has been instrumental in growing the business from the ground up. Over his tenure with the company, he’s been involved in nearly all aspects of the business, and I trust with his solid background and diverse experience, he has much to offer as Freedom’s Chief Operating Officer,” continued Gus Fromuth.
Kurt Chapman joined Freedom in 2012 and most recently served as Chief Revenue Officer. In this role, he was responsible for business strategy and driving the integration and alignment between revenue-related functions, including marketing, sales, recruiting, operations, and revenue management. Kurt is passionate about problem solving, individual coaching, and mentorship. With Freedom’s significant growth, Kurt’s focus on teamwork and operational excellence has enabled him to drive realignment and expansion of the organization for success. He is committed to Freedom Energy’s supportive and thriving culture. It’s a differentiator in the industry, and one that has helped establish the company as a landing destination for energy, renewable, and business professionals.
“I’m grateful to be named the Chief Operating Officer of Freedom Energy,” said Kurt Chapman. “It’s been an honor to work with the Freedom Energy team over the course of the last ten years and I look forward to providing even greater impact in serving clients, mentoring team members, supporting the culture, and overseeing the business going forward.”