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Women in Seafood January 2018

By |2018-03-02T00:31:07+00:00January 12th, 2018|Categories: Women in Seafood|

January 2018 and time to press pause and reflect on the women in seafood we have profiled to date. Each and every one of these ladies has a role and a place in the seafood industry and these stories need to be heard.  It has been great to be able to promote them and the many and [...]


By |2017-12-06T23:32:42+00:00December 2nd, 2017|Categories: Women in Seafood|

It’s fair to say fishing is in my blood. As a kid I grew up around the wharf in Greymouth. I was known as ‘Spud’- I still am.   I have great memories of playing on Dad's boat (FV Chance) whitebaiting in the lagoon, playing pretend at the wheel, pinching the stash of juicy fruit onboard [...]


By |2017-11-06T02:57:38+00:00November 6th, 2017|Categories: Women in Seafood|

Jean Kibblewhite and Antonia Workman run the office of Splashzone Marine Limited and have been on the job for years. Toni, who came on board with an extensive background and experience in the fishing industry, 25 years of office work and training with Wellington Trawling and a clear understanding of species, the QMS, MHR’s, ACE transactions [...]

Ali Undorf-Lay

By |2017-10-13T00:27:17+00:00October 13th, 2017|Categories: Women in Seafood|

ALI UNDORF-LAY I am passionate about the sea and keen to take the mystery out of what happens when a vessel disappears behind the horizon line and starts catching fish. If people know where we work and why we do things the way we do, and that our industry is science based and sophisticated, it’s not [...]

Renee Wilson

By |2017-09-03T01:49:59+00:00September 3rd, 2017|Categories: Women in Seafood|

Renee Wilson In February 2014, I saw an ad for a temporary role recruiting fishing crew for Sealord. I had recently left my job as a Nurse and was looking to sink my teeth into an operational and dynamic job that would keep me on the edge of my seat and offer some development. This was [...]

Jodie Campbell

By |2017-08-06T00:07:11+00:00August 1st, 2017|Categories: Women in Seafood|

JODIE CAMPBELL, OWNER AND PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT, JANSENCAMPBELL LIMITED It is a true privilege to be profiled alongside such amazing and successful women in our seafood industry. Never in my wildest dreams would I have imagined this! I grew up in the America Heartland, surrounded by cornfields, baseball and John Deer tractors. It was literally as far [...]

Ellen Kibblewhite – Fisher

By |2017-07-08T05:15:47+00:00July 8th, 2017|Categories: Women in Seafood|

In the summer of 2012 I had my first taste of Cray fishing off our family farm, Whangaehu in the Hawkes Bay and caught rock lobster destined for the Chinese market.   Launching our 9m alloy cat Lucy-c with 500hp was exciting, backing the old Ford county down the side of a reef with rocks and [...]

Leonie Noble – Woman in Seafood

By |2017-06-07T01:43:17+00:00June 7th, 2017|Categories: Women in Seafood|

    Championing the role of Australian women in seafood From Invisible Farmer   Leonie Noble is currently the national president of Australia’s Women in Seafood Board (WINSC) and has been involved in the rock lobster industry in the Midwest and Abrolhos regions in Western Australia for 35 years. Leonie has a passion for the seafood community [...]

Betty Pinkney – Fisher

By |2017-05-09T09:45:38+00:00May 4th, 2017|Categories: Women in Seafood|

  FISHING INDUSTRY INVOLVEMENT I have been involved for over 50 years in the Fishing Industry with my husband Malcolm.    We started our fishing career in Auckland at the top of the Auckland Harbour on flounder and mixed fish.    Our next venture was to spend several months of the year cray fishing in the late 1960’s [...]

Katherine Short – Terramoana Limited

By |2017-03-31T01:35:24+00:00March 31st, 2017|Categories: Women in Seafood|

PROFILE KATHERINE SHORT TERRA MOANA LIMITED – NEW ZEALAND Coming from a maritime family, I have been in, on, and under the water all my life. Although I loved living in Switzerland where I worked for WWF International being away from the ocean was too hard and so I came home. Having spent nearly 17 years [...]