Kendall Kamke is a professional fisheries and aquatic biologist with a B.S. and M.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He has worked with Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources since 1986 in the Hayward area (1986–1990) and on the Winnebago system in east central Wisconsin (1990–present). He has experience in all facets of fisheries and aquatics including ecology, limnology, fisheries, aquatic insects, aquatic vegetation, and permitting and resource policy. Kendall is passionate about environmental issues and how they affect the long term health, quality of life and economy of the local area, Wisconsin and the U.S.