Kevin Siwicke has been working at the Auke Bay Laboratory (ABL) in Juneau, AK since 2014, and he joined the Marine Ecology and Stock Assessment group in 2018. Kevin coordinates the Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s annual longline survey, which provides fishery-independent information for use in groundfish stock assessments. He contributes as an author on sablefish and rockfish stock assessments, analyzes ecosystem information from the longline survey, and uses electronic tags to study fish movement and behavior in Alaska. Kevin’s prior work has included monitoring zooplankton with the Prince William Sound Science Center, teaching field studies at Forfar Field Station in the Bahamas, and conducting ecosystem and oceanographic surveys across Alaska with ABL’s Ecosystem Monitoring and Assessment group. He received his B.S. in Oceanography from Humboldt State University and M.S. in Fisheries from the University of Alaska Fairbanks; he is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Fisheries through the University of Alaska Fairbanks.