Helen Packer is joining Future of Fish as an intern in the Fall of 2018.
Helen holds a BSc in Marine Biology and an MSc in Marine Resource Management. In 2014, Helen joined Anova Food USA, managing its Fishing & Living program, a sustainability initiative that works collaboratively with supply chains, NGOs and governments to improve social and environmental practices in the tuna industry. In September 2016, Helen started a PhD at Dalhousie University (Halifax, Canada) exploring responsible business practices in the seafood industry, focusing on mid-chain tuna suppliers.
Q: How did you find your way into marine issues? Why seafood?
Q: Interest in seafood sustainability and traceability has grown in recent years. Why do you think that is?
Q: Where do you think (or hope) the seafood industry will be in 5 years? 10 years?
Q: What were you doing before you joined Future of Fish?
Q: What most attracted you to working with Future of Fish?
Published Nov 07, 2018