Joyce named as interim general manager of PWSAC

Prince William Sound Aquaculture Corp. has announced the appointment of Timothy Joyce as interim general manager, filling the vacancy left by the recent retirement of Dave Reggiani.

Joyce is uniquely qualified for the post, said Tim Moore, on behalf of the PWSAC board.

Joyce worked in Cordova as a U.S. Forest Service subsistence fisheries biologist from 2001-2009 and district wildlife/ecologist until his retirement in 2015.

Joyce was the hatchery manager at Kodiak Regional Aquaculture Association’s Kitoi Bay Hatchery from 1978 to 1995. He then worked for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, first as Prince William Sound area resource development biologist from 1995 to 1999, then as Prince William Sound area management biologist from 1999 to 2001.

Joyce also has extensive civic experience, having served as a Cordova City Council member for a combined total of over a decade and for three terms as the city’s mayor.

Since his retirement Joyce has maintained residences in Cordova and California.


Joyce’s fish culture experience, diverse skills and familiarity with state and federal agencies will serve PWSAC well as the organization conducts a thorough search for a permanent general manager, Moore said.