President-Elect Michael Greco, better known as “Grec” by his co-workers. Mike received his B.S. in Fisheries Mgt. and Wildlife Mgt. from Delaware State College (now University) in 1991. He started with the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife in 1992 as a seasonal advancing to Environment Scientist IV in 2012. Mike currently serves as the project leader for the Division’s juvenile and adult trawl surveys and the Division’s oyster survey. He also represents the Division on a number of technical committees for the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission including, but not limited to, Weakfish, Atlantic Croaker and Spot. In addition, he is the Division’s representative on the National Marine Fisheries Service take reduction teams for Bottlenose Dolphin, Harbor Porpoise and Atlantic Large Whales. He has been a member of AFS since 1991 and obtained his AFS certification in 2012. Professionally, his interest is in field work (isn’t everyone’s) and fish ageing. Outside of work, he is active with a local volunteer fire company since 1993 where he has served as Fire Chief (2010-2016) and President (1998-2002) in addition to other administrative and fire line officer positions. He is an avid Philly sports fan, especially Flyers hockey.