Corey Peet has worked on sustainable seafood issues for more than 13 years and is a passionate advocate for creative change. He believes that solutions need to be fully inclusive by seeking to solve problems for the whole supply chain. His recent work has focused on Southeast Asia where he has helped to support the development of the Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative, a group of stakeholders working to build their own fisheries and shrimp aquaculture improvement tools. He has also supported the development of the James Beard Smart Catch program including helping to shape how it works with suppliers and producers. He has experience working on seafood sustainability assessments, standards definition and implementation, as well as working with many groups including the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Program, Aquastar, Fish 2.0, USAID, and the David Suzuki Foundation. Corey has a MSc in Marine Conservation Ecology from the University of Victoria, B.C., Canada.