Kerry has more than 19 years of experience leading the development and execution of comprehensive management and communication strategies for media, corporate, government, academic and nonprofit organizations. Before joining MSC, Kerry ran her own consulting practice, served as communications director on the senior team for the Governor of Washington State, and led corporate communications for a multi-state media company. Kerry also served as associate director of a major nonprofit social service agency. She has worked as a journalist and her background includes merchant marine training, 2 years at sea and a stint in the Alaska fishing and seafood industry.Kerry has lived and worked internationally, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and History and has done graduate study in journalism, ocean resource management, international law and economics. She is responsible for managing the growth and success of the MSC’s sustainable fisheries certification and marketing program in North and Latin America; building partnerships and relationships with a wide array of stakeholders; and oversight of all MSC operations and offices in the Americas region. Kerry also serves as a member of MSC’s global Senior Management Team, participating in the organization’s management and strategic development worldwide.
EC warns Faroe Islands of impending sanctions European Union
The European Commission has notified the Faroe Islands that it plans to take steps, including closing off fishing ports, to support the sustainability of herring fisheries shared between the two parties.
Fish exports may generate USD 500mln by 2015 Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is working on increasing its deep sea fishing efforts and doubling fish exports between now and 2015 and to achieve this goal, it will be using new vessels from Japan and China,
Hurdles to Ecuadorian shrimp claimed in five markets Ecuador
The National Aquaculture Chamber claims the existence of technical, tariff or health issues in Argentina, China, South Korea, Egypt and Brazil that complicate the entry of Ecuadorian shrimp into these markets.
Pescanova and creditor banks negotiating loan terms Spain
Deloitte, Pescanova’s reorganisation administrator appointed by the National Securities Market Commission, continues negotiating with the major creditor banks the conditions of a EUR 55 million loan for the company.
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