Kirsten Wrinkle is an avid fan and supporter of the arts as a tool for empathy building and compassion for young people. She is the founder of EnTrance, an expansive and inclusive organization for newbies and seasoned theater fans alike to understand theater and celebrate its joyous impact.
Kirsten is a sought after speaker and has served on various not-for-profit boards since moving to Charlotte, NC, in 1993. She currently serves as a board member for Playing for Others (PFO), Rosie’s Theater Kids (RTKids), and National Alliance for Musical Theatre (NAMT), in addition to Soliya.
She has devoted extensive work in the areas of substance abuse, disabilities, HIV/AIDS, and anti human trafficking. Kirsten is a strong ally to the LGBTQ community and advocates for inclusion of people of all abilities.