Aisla Jones is the Fish Sustainability Manager at Co-op UK where she oversees the responsible sourcing policy for wild caught and farmed seafood. After graduating with an MSc in Marine Biology from Bangor University, she worked there as a research assistant to identify priority research areas for aquaculture supply chains into the UK in collaboration with the seafood industry. Aisla also has varied experience working with several NGO’s in the UK and abroad. Prior to her current role she worked for WWF UK focusing on a number of seafood sustainability initiatives, particularly on tuna.
Blake Lee-Harwood has both a BSc and MSc in biological sciences and has worked in senior positions for environmental advocacy groups including Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace and Birdlife International. In recent years he has acted as a strategic advisor to government and industry on sustainability and worked closely with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office of the British Government on communicating climate change issues internationally. Blake currently works with Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) – a not-for-profit, business-focused NGO that works closely with the seafood industry in generating reliable sustainability metrics and developing fishery and aquaculture improvement projects. Blake leads SFP’s work on communications and strategy and has a particular interest in sustainability standards. He is also currently a member of the steering committee for the Aquaculture Stewardship Council Feed Standards Dialogue.
Dr Neil Auchterlonie
Neil joined IFFO in 2015, having worked previously in technical and production positions in aquaculture companies, consultancies, and government department and research agencies in the UK. Neil has a strong track record in managing aquaculture and fisheries science programmes in both public and private sector, specialising in commissioning, managing and reporting on science that addresses policy questions for both government and industry. He has held positions on a number of scientific and technical committees and has a strong interest in technology transfer within the seafood industry. Neil holds a BSc in Marine and Freshwater Biology from Stirling University, a MSc in Applied Fish Biology from the University of Plymouth, and a PhD in Aquaculture (halibut physiology) from Stirling University.
邓肯•利德比特不仅经营自己的咨询公司（Fish Matter Pty有限公司），同时还担任非政府组织——可持续渔业伙伴组织的顾问，该组织与海产品企业开展合作并帮助它们推动原料及管理的可持续发展。作为一名内部顾问，利德比特对各类问题提出自己的建议，如饲料鱼养殖、金枪鱼、深水物种，以及与海产品生产商、非政府组织及多边渔业组织之间的联络。
Currently the executive Director of New World Currents Eduardo Goycoolea and Board Member of other organistions has been a senior executive for more than 35 years. He worked since 1992 until his retirement in 2015 as Sales and Marketing Director of El Golfo and later Blumar, a company with worldwide sales over US$500 million, and activities in wild fishing, Fishmeal, Fishoil, Frozen pelagics and surimi, as well as salmon, scallops and mussels aquaculture. Eduardo holds an Engineering degree with post graduate studies in top Management and Finance. Acting as President of the Fishmeal Exporters Organization (FEO) in 2001, he lead the merging of FEO with IFFOMA and created IFFO being its CO-president for the first year. Currently IFFO Vice-president and a Member of the ASC Steering Committee, Eduardo has also been involved in the Sustainability and Responsible Sourcing standards development, including IFFO RS, and acted as a Board Member for more than 10 years in the International Groundfish Forum, the global organization for the whitefish Industry. Board Member and Vice-president of Exapesca, the south Chilean fish oil producers marketing and sales organization for more than 10 years, since its creation until its dissolution.”
Executive Director and Founder of CeDePesca, Ernesto Godelman followed a post-graduate in Marine Fisheries in Argentina and hi has been Techincal Coordinator at the National Directorate of Fisheries in that country. He is a former MSC representative for Latin America and former SFP director for South and Central America. His current job is mostly about connecting seafood supply chain interest in sustainable procurement with field projects for management improvements in industrial and small scale fisheries (FIPs). Ernesto is currently coordinating around 20 people involved in 14 projects in Panama, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Suriname and Vietnam. He is involved with improvements projects for several marine ingredients fisheries such as Peruvian anchovy and Panama small pelagics.Executive Director and Founder of CeDePesca, Ernesto Godelman hold a post-graduate in Marine Fisheries is a former MSC representative for Latin America and former SFP director for South and Central America.
An accomplished Technical Manager, Sustainability and Ethical Trade Specialist, Estelle Brennan graduated from from the University of Bristol with HND (merits) in European Food Studies followed by Oxford Brookes University with a BSC (Honours) in Nutrition and Food Science, currently works at Lyon Seafoods as the Head of Sustainability.
Frank has been working at United Fish Industries, Killybegs, now Pelagia Killyebgs since 1999 and has a degree in Microbiology and a Masters degree in Environmental Protection.
温贝尔托• 斯贝斯阿尼是世界最大鱼粉生产商秘鲁Tecnologica de Alimentos S.A. (TASA)公司的主管。他还是企业方案防止贫困（SEP）主席，秘鲁日本商业理事会（CEPEJA）秘鲁副主席 ，秘鲁出口商协会（ADEX）渔业委员会主席。他过去的45年一直在渔业领域辛勤耕耘。温贝尔托从2010年 到2011年担任海洋原料组织（IFFO）主席，还担任秘鲁全国渔业协会（SNP）主席以及全国民营企业协会联合会（ CONFIEP）主席（2011-2013）。
Libby Woodhatch在海鲜供应链和标准开发方面的职业生涯跨越了20年。在担任IFFO RS GB执行主席之前，她曾担任Seafish的倡导主管，其职责包括制定负责任捕鱼计划（RFS）标准和Seafish更广泛的海产品道德计划。Libby是行业组织苏格兰海鲜业首席执行官十年，她帮助提高了回归苏格兰海鲜产业的价值。在此期间，她还坐在海安会利益相关方理事会。利比也是渔民使命慈善组织的受托人，该组织为渔民及其家属提供福利和支持。 Libby拥有普利茅斯大学渔业科学学士学位和赫尔大学渔业发展与规划硕士学位。
迈克尔•卢茨是德国科斯特海洋生物蛋白有限公司（Köster Marine Proteins GmbH）部门高级经理，负责采购及销售，运输和物流，以及质量管理。迈克尔在鱼粉以及鱼油贸易行业有20多年的业界经验。迈克尔目前担任各种实体的多个水产养殖项目顾问，如ISIS有限公司（德国汉堡综合可持续发展国际标准）、AWI（德国不来梅阿尔弗雷德•韦格纳极地与海洋研究所）和IMARE（德国不来梅海洋生物资源研究所）。此外，他还在柏林自由大学和德国不来梅大学动物营养研究所的水产养殖以及渔业项目担任顾问。
Michiel holds an MSc. degree in Biology with a specialisation in Aquaculture and Fisheries, from Wageningen University (NL). He has worked since mid-2012 for the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) in the function of Standards and Certification Coordinator. He is also the secretary for the ASC Responsible Feed Project, with as main aim to develop the ASC Responsible Feed Standard. Before working with ASC, Michiel has worked several years as Export Manager for fish feed producer Coppens International, being responsible for key markets in Eastern Europe/Balkan and South East Asia. Prior to that he worked with the aquaculture and fisheries department of the FAO for the Central Asia and Turkey region, being based in Ankara.