The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) has appointed Nicole Condon as program director to lead the US strategy. Condon will replace Eric Critchlow who served in this role for the past six years and is retiring after a 48-year career in the seafood industry.
As explained in a press release, Condon will oversee the fisheries, commercial, marketing, and communications strategies to develop opportunities for growth in the US market. From certified fisheries to MSC-labeled products.
Before she developed sustainable seafood strategies with global companies through the World Wildlife Fund’s Global Seafood Markets team. Also, she built collaborative industry platforms in key markets around the world to create positive impacts for seafood, people, and nature.
Then, Condon joined the MSC in 2018 as a Senior Commercial Manager. She oversaw engagement with MSC-certified companies and market development along the supply chain in the Eastern US.
Erika Feller, America’s regional director, said regarding this appointment: “I am thrilled to be welcoming Nicole into this new role and to see the continued growth of MSC certified sustainable seafood in the US. We are so grateful to Eric for all his contributions to the MSC over the last six years and send our absolute best wishes to him on his retirement.”