Sarah Hogan is the Program Officer for the Packard Foundation’s Global Seafood Markets strategy, supporting market-based incentives for sustainable management of global fisheries and aquaculture operations. Sarah is also Program Officer for the Foundation’s work in Japan which focuses on establishing market for sustainable seafood in Japan, improving Japan’s domestic fisheries management and seafood trade policies. Sarah began working with the Foundation in 2007 and has served in roles with the Science and Marine Fisheries teams and since 2012 has led the Foundation’s seafood markets work. Sarah brings several years of philanthropic experience, a cross-program perspective and a great deal of familiarity with the evolution of the Foundation’s commitment to markets-based strategies. Sarah’s program portfolio experience includes ecosystem-based management, user driven science, fisheries conservation, markets transformation for sustainable seafood, and Japanese seafood markets and fisheries management.