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Allan Brown
Assistant Regional Director, Fisheries and Aquatic Conservation, Southeast Region

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About Allan Brown

Allan has worked for the Fish and Wildlife Service for 36 years. After graduating from Michigan State University in the spring of 1984, Allan held temporary positions at Senecaville National Fish Hatchery (NFH) in Ohio and the National Fishery Center in Lamar, Pennsylvania. As a permanent employee, Allan served at the Jackson NFH in Wyoming and then moved to Wolf Creek NFH in Kentucky as the deputy project leader. In 1994, he was selected as the project leader for the Welaka NFH in Florida. Allan spent 20 years at Welaka as the hatchery manager and program supervisor for warmwater hatcheries for the Southeast Region. He was selected for his current position as the Assistant Regional Director for Fish and Aquatic Conservation in the Southeast Region in September of 2014.

Allan has been married for 38 years with three adult children, all of whom are married. He and his wife have three granddaughters and one grandson. Allan and his wife like to travel and go boating and hiking. They keep busy taking care of two wonderful, but poorly behaved labs.