Charles Horsnell is a Junior Consultant at Key Traceability with a background in Environmental Science, having specific knowledge in fisheries and aquaculture food systems. Charles has experience in the low value fisheries sector in South-East Asia through projects conducting Life Cycle Assessments and Product Chain Organisation Assessments on the Vietnamese fishmeal industry along with Malaysian surimi and aquaculture industries.
Charles is currently based between Sweden and Vietnam and enjoys bodysurfing and listening to Angus and Julia Stone.
Duangdao (Noon) Masrungson is based in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and recently joined Key Traceability as a consultant. Noon has a Bachelors degree in Microbiology from Chiang Mai University in Thailand and also a Masters degree in Food Science & Technology and a MBA from Oregon, USA. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, running, and zumba dancing.
Kat Collinson has been working within the MSC assessment programme certifying both fisheries and Chain of Custody for the last eight years, Kat has joined the Key Traceability team to work primarily on Fishery Improvement Projects to help more fisheries reach MSC certification. She is also an ASC bivalve auditor and ISO lead auditor. Kat is based in Southampton, England. In her spare time enjoys scuba diving, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and looking after her five pet ferrets.
Lauren Purton is a Consultant at Key Traceability. She has conducted social, traceability and IUU audits in sites around the Pacific and West Africa. Lauren is an SA8000 qualified social auditor and her work is currently focused on social projects for clients, including developing client policies and procedures and reviewing audit reports. Lauren developed and implemented the company’s own ISO 9001 Quality Management System, achieving certification in March 2018. Lauren is based in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Hao Mai is a senior Consultant at Key Traceability, who has both environmental and social backgrounds in fishery industry. He has conducted many vessel social audits in Pacific and Indian Oceans. Hao is also an MSC CoC qualified auditor. His current works involved in different Fishery Improvement Projects, social improvement projects and also traceability assessments. He has wide range of industrial knowledge in tuna fisheries, squid & pacific saury fisheries and also costal fisheries in Taiwan. Hao is based in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and can speak fluent English and Mandarin Chinese.
Lia Hayman (BA), consultant at Key Traceability. Lia primarily manages the social operations, including global social audits, consultancy, and research projects for various clients. Lia has a Bachelor’s degree in European Studies and International Relations and is a SA8000 qualified social auditor. Lia has experience of social auditing on fishing vessels in Taiwan, Mauritius and Ghana. Lia has worked on multiple research projects including working alongside European Transport Workers’ Federation and European Federation of Food, Agriculture and Tourism Trade Unions to set out the demands from the Trade Unions for reform of the EU Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). Lia is based in Portsmouth, England and is also the Quality Manager at Key Traceability.
Tom is the Science Manager at Key Traceability with extensive knowledge of MSC, ASC and IFFO RS standards. Tom works mainly on Fishery Improvement Projects around the world acting as the project lead to ensure fisheries meet certification.
Tom is based in London, England and in his spare time enjoys rugby, music and food!
Iain is a seafood consultant with extensive experience, having worked for authorities, NGOs and the private sector over an almost 20-year career in fisheries and aquaculture. Clientele include the MSC, ASC, MRAG, European Commission, FAO, Fairtrade and Sustainable Fisheries Partnership. His experience has included advising retailers and major brands on sustainability solutions, setting up and running FIPs, certifying and social accountability auditing.
Iain has been appointed on a number of boards and committees including the Seafish Social Responsible Fisheries Scheme (RFS) technical working group (link) and Fishery Progress Social Advisory Committee (link).
Iain’s spare time is mostly taken up by his kids but when there’s an opportunity he likes running and kickboxing.