Episode 7: FDA Traceability

Thursday, April 22nd from 12:00 – 1:00ET

Dana Bartholomew, Executive V.P., Business Development for Legit Fish, sits down with Michael Lieberman to discuss FDA traceability compliance, and data-driven traceability solutions. Bartholomew is a seasoned sales executive with over 20 years of managing high performing teams in the seafood industry. His insights are sure to make for a compelling conversation you won’t want to miss — and there may even be some surprises along the way! Don’t wait – register below now.

Speakers

Dana Bartholomew

Dana Bartholomew

Executive Vice President, Business Development

Dana Bartholomew is a seasoned sales executive with over 20 years of managing high performing teams in the seafood industry. His heart and results approach creates teams with respect for each other that focuses on achieving company goals. He has lead teams for Bristol Seafood, Ipswich Seafood Group, Slade Gorton and other early-stage and start-up companies. He has managed sales/customer service organizations from $20m-$150m with headcount ranging from 2 to 30. Channel focus has been in both foodservice and retail with product lines including value-added, aquaculture (land-based/open ocean), and wild harvest species. Dana is an alumnus of the NFI Future Leaders Program Class of 2000. He has also served as co-chair of the NFI Exporters Committee, the advisory board of FINE (Farm and Sea to Institution Network). Dana graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. When not working, Dana enjoys fishing, golfing, and travel with his family.

Michael Lieberman

Michael Lieberman

Senior Vice President, Food & Beverage Division Practice Leader @Foa & Son Corporation

Michael Lieberman is a Senior Vice President at Foa & Son, and heads up the Food & Beverage Industry practice. The 2019 Insurance Journal Agent of the Year, Michael takes great pride in understanding his clients’ business. Michael is an active member of the Association of Food Industries, and has worked closely with the United Fresh Produce Association. Michael is currently serving his second term on the National Fisheries Institute (NFI) board of directors. Since 2008, he has served on the board of directors of SeaShare, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supplying the nation’s food bank system with high-quality seafood products.