Fishery Management Specialist
Julia Beaty joined the Council in February 2015 as an Assistant Fishery Plan Coordinator. She is assisting with the Council’s unmanaged forage fish initiatives as part of the Council’s transition towards an ecosystems based approach to fisheries management. She is also assisting Kiley Dancy with the summer flounder, scup, and black sea bass fishery management plan. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Smith College, a MS in Marine Policy, and a MS in Marine Biology, both from the University of Maine. Prior to joining the Council she worked as a contractor for the National Marine Fisheries Service. She also spent two years in Anchorage, Alaska where she worked for the Alaska Marine Conservation Council.