GAA’s ’30 Under 30’ Campaign Recognizes Young Aquaculture Enthusiasts

The Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) in early March introduced a 30 Under 30 campaign on whereby 30 young aquaculture enthusiasts under 30 years of age are recognized for their passion for responsible aquaculture.

Each winner is featured on the GAA website with a photo and bio, and each will receive a GAA gift bag.

MyGAA users were encouraged to nominate their peers, and they were also free to submit a self-nomination. GAA harnessed the power of its online community, MyGAA, to locate many of these young aquaculture enthusiasts.

“We really wanted to acknowledge the impressive work being done by young people in our industry,” said GAA Membership Manager Becky Holt. “These individuals represent the true scope of what aquaculture is and will look like in the future.”

Those interested in connecting with the pool of winners can find many of them with active MyGAA profiles, simply by clicking “connect” at the end of each winner’s bio.

Launched early last year, MyGAA is GAA’s online community for all aquaculture enthusiasts. It is a place where people can create, connect and share. MyGAA cuts through the clutter and gets users up close and personal with the people who matter most in their careers. Create a free profile today!