Staff Archives: Brian Allee
(retired in 2008)
Alaska Sea Grant role
Responsible for overall program management, strategic planning, program development, implementation and evaluation. Joined Alaska Sea Grant in February 2003.
- B.A. Zoology, University of California, Berkeley
- Ph.D. Fisheries, University of Washington
- Help to identify Alaska's critical marine resource problems.
- Nurture collaborative partnerships between the university, state and federal agencies, the fishing industry, and other coastal communities and constituencies to contribute to the solution of Alaska's marine resource problems.
- Provide Sea Grant funding for scientifically sound research, education, and extension in a collaborative effort to help solve Alaska's marine resource problems.
- Seafood science and technology
- Fisheries restoration and enhancement
- Freshwater and marine aquaculture
- Ocean science literacy
- Worked as a fisheries scientist and manager in the public, private and private nonprofit sector in Alaska, Washington and Oregon for more than 30 years.
- Manager of policy and program implementation for the Northwest Power Planning Council on the Columbia River encompassing the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.
- Executive director of the Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority.
- Director of the Fisheries Rehabilitation, Enhancement and Development Division, Alaska Department of Fish and Game
- President of the Prince William Sound Aquaculture Corporation
- Member of the Board of Directors, Western Regional Aquaculture Center, University of Washington
- Past President, Fish Culture Section of the American Fisheries Society
- Past Member, Scientific and Statistical Committee, Pacific Fisheries Management Council
- Past Chairman, Fisheries Technical Review, Alaska Science and Technology Foundation
- Past Member, Alaska Science and Engineering Commission
- Past Member, Technical Review Panel, Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board
- Past Member, Advisory Council, School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, University of Alaska Fairbanks