Jacqueline Claudia

CEO
Love Wild Fish Co.


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Jacqueline Claudia, CEO and co-founder of LoveWild Fish Co, is a lifelong fish nerd who thought she was going to be a marine biologist when she grew up. Instead, after graduating from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the Darden School of the University of Virginia, she spent 15 years working in corporate strategy and innovation before finding her way back to the fish. She fell in love with the potential for sustainable aquaculture while working on Velella Project. One of Time Magazine’s Best Inventions of the Year 2012, this mobile fish pen was praised for phenomenal growth rates and superb fish health, and without any negative impact on water quality, the ocean floor, wild fish or marine mammals. After that, Jacqueline jumped in as Chief Strategy Officer for Kampachi Farms, an open ocean aquaculture company growing sustainable sushi grade yellowtail. She founded LoveWild Fish Co to make it easier for people to cook great fish at home, and is passionately building a company that has a real shot at saving the world.

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