Kailin Kroetz is an assistant professor in the School of Sustainability in the College of Global Futures at Arizona State University. Kailin’s research focuses on leveraging economic theory and quantitative research methods to support sustainable resource use and biodiversity conservation. One major theme of her research is improving seafood sustainability through informing the design of consumer-driven programs and policy interventions along the seafood supply chain. A second theme focuses on leveraging innovative conservation instruments and the potential for collaboration and/or coordination between stakeholders to improve the cost effectiveness of terrestrial conservation activities. Other areas of interest include invasive species management, water resource management, and coastal community resilience.