Jamey Selleck is the co-chair for the PSEMP Forage Fish Workgroup. He is a marine ecologist and consultant who specializes in habitats and species of the Salish Sea. He works on nearshore ecological impact issues related to forage fish, eelgrass, shellfish, and groundfish. Jamey has worked with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Department of Natural Resources, People for Puget Sound, The Nature Conservancy, Washington Tribes, consulting firms, and is a previous employee of the Northwest Straits Commission. Jamey earned a Master of Science in Marine Ecology from Western Washington University, and his Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology from the University of New Hampshire. Jamey is a scuba instructor who enjoys spending time with his family hiking, camping, and snowboarding.