Trini Pratiwi is an aquaculture specialist with over ten years of experience in sustainable aquaculture and seafood value chain development. She has led mandates with producers, companies, private public investors and governments. She is currently project manager for Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative and project manager for Seafood MAP at GSSI. She manages place-based improvement programs for Asian seafood producers towards sustainability verification and provide direct market access.Before joining ASIC, she worked in IDH, the Sustainable Trade Initiative as aquaculture program officer and Advisor to Minister at the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries. Trini has an MAppSc in Aquaculture from University of Tasmania, Australia.
Ernesto Morales, also known as "Jack," is the ASIC Improvements Director who oversees all of ASIC's on-the-ground improvement efforts in Southeast Asia. He is a member of several committees/dialogues in developing standards for responsible aquaculture. As an aquaculture expert based in the Philippines, Jack has worked on improvement projects for tilapia and shrimp farms in the Philippines, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. Ernesto holds a Ph.D. in Aquaculture from the Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling, Scotland.
Inspired to connect people and communities through communication, Pam joined the ASIC team in early 2021 as part of the Marketing team. Before joining ASIC, she worked in Advertising, Public Relations & Logistics industries. She was involved in developing strategic and insightful projects to strengthen the customer-brand relationship. Through her five-year marketing experience, she has worked with clients in the food & beverage, non-profit organizations, commercial insurance, and logistics sectors.
Corey Peet is the Vice President and Co-Founder of Postelsia and has worked on sustainable seafood issues for nearly 20 years and is a passionate advocate for creative change. He works with the Postelsia team to build sustainability solutions for chefs and the seafood industry that seek to be inclusive, equitable and work to solve problems for the whole supply chain. His recent work has focused on building place-based sustainability solutions designed to support small-scale seafood producers worldwide to bring their unique sustainability stories to market.
C.J. joined the Postelsia team in 2019 and currently serves as the Director of Marketing. A highly creative and collaborative communicator with a multi-faceted background encompassing over 15 years in branding, digital marketing and communications, C.J. is driven to create and connect in her role. She has worked as an award-winning professional photographer covering commissions throughout North America and Europe, and her photographs have been published across various Canadian regional and national print publications. C.J. is a piano-playing, popcorn-loving, design-thinking enthusiast who enjoys working at the intersection of numbers and narrative to create compelling brand experiences.
Laura has worked for over a decade within the sustainable seafood movement. She has expertise in fisheries and aquaculture sustainability as well as experience in seafood business engagement and providing sourcing guidance for restaurants and seafood suppliers. Before co-founding Postelsia, Laura worked as the Communications and Public Relations Manager for Blueyou Consulting for nearly 6 years through which she gained expertise in marketing, public relations, and communications in North American, European, and Southeast Asian markets. As an independent consultant, she has also worked with groups including Seafood Watch, Fish 2.0, the U.S. Agency for International Development, the Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative, Eachmile Technologies, and the James Beard Foundation.