Hannah is the Fisheries & Aquaculture Manager for Marks & Spencer and is responsible for the development and implementation of M&S's long term strategy for global seafood procurement, delivering security of supply and ensuring sources are in line with customer expectations on environmental, animal welfare and social and ethical standards.
She has spent the past 4 years helping to build the M&S network and reputation by communicating with NGOs, industry bodies, academia and governments. Much of her time with M&S has been spent developing and managing supply chain projects within aquaculture and wild capture fisheries to deliver improved welfare, efficiencies and social and ethical practices. Hannah works closely with the M&S PR team to make sure M&S receives recognition for its leading position in seafood quality and sustainability.
Hannah holds a BsC of Marine Biology (First Class - hons) of Swansea University and has spoken at a number of international conferences, including the Seafood Choices Alliance Seafood Summit, Hong Kong (2012), the North Atlantic Seafood Forum, Bergen (2013) and as keynote speaker at the Humber Seafood Summit (2013).