My name is Emily Liang and I’m currently studying Aquaculture and Marine Resource Management as a Masters student at Wageningen University and Research (in Holland). I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California but am thankful to have my ethnic roots in Taiwan where some of the most delicious food in the world resides. While I’ve grown up only a 20 minute drive from the shores of the West Coast, my love and complete awe for the ocean didn’t begin until I was at UCLA for my undergraduate degree in Human Biology and Society. It was the spontaneous enrollment in an introductory course on Marine Biology, outside of my degree curriculum, that had me hooked on the wonders of the marine life.
by Iván Greco, Research Associate at Future of Fish
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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.