I began my work at the AFSC in 2010 as post-doc working on climate enhanced multispecies assessments. In 2015 I was hired in the Resource Ecology and Ecosystem Modeling program to continue my work. With a focus on Alaska fisheries, my research involves development of quantitative methods to support climate-informed Ecosystem Based Management, including methods to identify climate risk, adaptation, and resilience in ecosystems and marine communities. This includes multiple collaborations to develop and implement climate-informed stock assessment models for fish species, Integrated Ecosystem Assessments, bioenergetics and food-web models, and field studies of climate and fishery effects on marine ecosystems. I am co-lead investigator on the Alaska Climate Integrated Modeling Project (ACLIM), a multidisciplinary collaboration to evaluate climate-change impacts on the Bering Sea ecosystem (from physics to fishing communities) under various future management and climate scenarios. I am also a member of multiple national and international writing teams of technical reports on climate change and marine ecosystems.