Linda Lai Cornish is the President of the Seafood Nutrition Partnership (SNP), a non-profit organization she founded to inspire a healthier America and advocate for improved public health and future food security through sustainable seafood. To date, the per capita seafood consumption has increased in the U.S. since SNP’s founding.
Linda has established SNP as the trusted voice for seafood nutrition for the industry and the health and nutrition community. She has presented to many groups including Aquaculture America, Aquarium of the Pacific, Bay of Fundy Seafood Forum, Boston Museum of Science, Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance, Clinton Global Initiative, Global Aquaculture Alliance – GOAL Conference, Global Seafood Marketing Conference, Groundfish Forum, Seafood Expo North America, Sustainable Seafood Week NYC, World Seafood Congress, and Women of Seafood.
Linda is recognized by IntraFish Media in the Seafood Power 100, a list of the industry’s most influential executives. She currently serves on the World Economic Forum – Friends of Ocean Action's Blue Food Partnership – Sustainable Aquaculture 2020 Working Group.
Previous to SNP, Linda was Chief Operating Officer for the Bill of Rights Institute, VP of Membership at the Greater Memphis Chamber of Commerce, Management Consultant at Arthur Andersen and Hitachi Business Consulting helping Fortune 1000 companies with strategic development, business process, technology, and people development. In a volunteer capacity, Linda is a co-founder and past chairman for the Memphis Farmers Market.
Linda holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of California at Los Angeles and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of California at Riverside.