Peter Horn directs Pew’s work on ending illegal fishing, bringing together policy, technology, and enforcement initiatives to legislate against this practice and prevent or stop it at sea.
Mark Young supports Pew’s international fisheries project by leading the campaign’s work on enforcement analytics, compliance, and technology. Young—relying on his extensive experience in marine resource management and fisheries monitoring, control, and surveillance is helping to drive transshipment reform by providing greater transparency and understanding of fishing vessel behavior.
Daniel Schaeffer leads Pew’s work on maritime security and military engagement by addressing illegal fishing where it intersects with other maritime crimes. He also focuses on identifying better ways to enforce laws intended to stop illegal fishing.
Dawn Borg Costanzi supports Pew’s ending illegal fishing project by helping to develop and implement policies that ensure adequate port controls to keep illegal seafood products out of the global market.