Lisa Hillier is a senior biologist in the Marine Fish Science Unit with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. She has worked with the agency for over 20 years helping to manage groundfish, shellfish and forage fish species. Lisa represents Washington in the North Pacific where she sits on both the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska Plan Teams, and she is the Washington representative on the Coastal Pelagic Species Management Team for the Pacific Council process. Lisa is active in the field conducting surveys and research via SCUBA, remotely operated vehicle, trawl, and hook-and-line, and is currently working on several shark research projects collaborating with universities and management agencies on both the West and East coasts. 


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