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Photo: Alexander L. Miller, M.S.Alexander L. Miller, M.S.

Vice President of Business Development
Trace Register

206-621-1601, ext. 128
amiller@traceregister.com


Alex Miller is the Staff Economist for the Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission. He is charged with providing leadership, management, and expertise related to the implementation of various Economic Development initiatives for the U.S. Gulf of Mexico seafood and recreational industry that includes marketing, electronic traceability, and sustainability. He is also charged with providing leadership, management, and expertise for the Economics Program at the Commission that consists of data collection, analysis and research, and outreach and dissemination. He has previously worked for the Smithsonian Institution, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and the Louis Berger Group, Inc. He completed his Master’s of Science degree in Agricultural and Applied Economics from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. His thesis research received the International Association of Aquaculture Economics and Management best Master’s thesis award. Prior to graduate school, he received undergraduate degrees in (1) Fisheries Science and (2) Environmental Policy and Planning, also from Virginia Tech. He has published various peer reviewed research and educational publications. He has contributed to American Public Media’s Marketplace Radio, WWNO’s Louisiana Eats!, Fox 8 New Orleans, LA, WLOX ABC/CBS 13 Biloxi, MS, and WSET ABC 13 Lynchburg, VA. His work and projects have been referenced and featured in a variety of publications including The Wall Street Journal, The Associated Press, Bloomberg, MSNBC, The Miami Herald, Seafood Source, Food Manufacturing, Perishable News, Grocery Headquarters, QSR Magazine, Restaurant Hospitality, Food & Beverage Magazine, and National Culinary Review.

Areas of work: Leadership, management, and expertise related to the implementation of various economic development initiatives for the U.S. Gulf of Mexico seafood and recreational industry

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