About Us


Our people are passionate about ocean health and uniquely driven towards creating a better future. We believe in supporting them with a strong organizational culture committed to providing the best tools, structure, guidance and benefits available.

FishWise is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes a diverse candidate pool. We recognize diversity as important to accomplishing our work and view diversity as encompassing differences in race and gender, as well as age, nation of origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, job skills, education, and geographic location.

Our competitive and comprehensive benefits package provides a full range of benefits to support a positive life balance.


  • Medical/Dental/Vision/Life insurance
  • Flexible work schedules
  • Retirement savings plan, with matching contribution


  • Generous annual leave and sick time
  • Paid holidays

General Application

We are interested in working with people who have different types of experience and backgrounds. If you don’t see the opportunity you are looking for, please submit a general application.

SALT Request for Proposals - Consultant to Host and Co-Develop DC-Area Closeout Event

The goal of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to identify a consultant or firm to provide assistance to FishWise’s Seafood Alliance for Legality and Traceability (SALT). Read our full request here:
Request for Proposals – Consultant to Host and Co-Develop DC-Area Closeout Event

Date of Issuance: March 22, 2023
Questions Due: March 29, 2023 by 5:00 PM PST
Answers Posted: March 31, 2023 Questions & Answers
Proposal Submission Deadline: April 7, 2023 by 5:00 PM PST

Interested bidders should submit their inquiries and responses by email by the dates listed above. Responses should be directed to Erin Taylor, e.taylor@fishwise.org, with a cc to Hanae Matsui, h.matsui@fishwise.org.  


Scope of Work

SALT is seeking a consultant or firm to work in partnership with SALT to host and support the development of the closeout event. 

Activity 1: Co-develop and host the Closeout Event with SALT

Co-lead the design, management, and execution of the SALT closeout event (public) and post-event reception/luncheon (private). The event must align with SALT’s objectives, thematic areas, and stakeholders groups. The event may link to an existing seafood event, or be stand alone. 

Operational Tasks:

  • Coordinate event logistics, including securing the time, date, and location. 
  • Manage all accommodation and necessary transportation for participants.  
  • Confirm final participant list in coordination with SALT. 
  • Arrange all venue logistics including the conference room equipment, room arrangements, food & beverage, AV equipment, handouts, laptops, microphones, etc.
  • Ensure key moments are captured with high quality photos and videography. 
  • Design conference materials and provide the materials to SALT to ensure marking and branding are correct. 
  • Coordinate the media campaign for the event with SALT. 
  • Schedule necessary meetings with SALT pre- and post-event.

Technical/strategic Tasks:

  • Co-develop event objectives.
  • Design the event and develop the final agenda to be approved by SALT.
  • Provide the event facilitator and coordinate with any guest facilitators.


Activity 2: Participation as a Technical Expert

Provide technical experts to participate on SALT panels or act as moderators. 


Read our full request here:
Request for Proposals – Consultant to Host and Co-Develop DC-Area Closeout Event