Candice Tuck is a physical scientist with the National Minerals Information Center responsible for researching, collecting and analyzing data, and publishing reports on cesium, iron ore, iron and steel, iron and steel scrap, and rubidium.
Candice Tuck has been a Mineral Commodity Specialist with the National Minerals Information Center since 2012, where she began as the Iron Ore Specialist. Since then, she has also become the specialist for the critical minerals cesium and rubidium and ferrous industry products, covering iron and steel and iron and steel scrap. She has also previously served as the specialist for ferroalloys, iron and steel slag, and silicon and peer reviewing publications on bromine, cobalt, platinum-group metals, metals recycling, and others. In addition to her primary duties, Candice acts as a technical liaison for multiple internal programs she developed that focus on global minerals production and workplace document routing. She was the lead author on a publication clarifying the reporting of iron ore in China, has presented on the iron and steel industry at multiple conferences, and has worked on STEM outreach initiatives.