Mr Paul Steere
Mr Paul Steere was appointed to the Company Board on 20th May 2010, and was appointed Chairman with effect from 31 May 2012.
Mr Steere was Chief Executive of New Zealand King Salmon for 15 years from 1994 to December 2009. New Zealand King Salmon is the leading aquaculture company in New Zealand and globally the largest Chinook salmon farmer with an international reputation for quality, service, process/product innovation and professionalism.
Prior to joining NZ King Salmon, Mr Steere served in senior executive roles with the NZ Dairy Board and a British International Trader.
Mr Steere remains a Director of NZ King Salmon, is Chair of Nelson Airport Limited and a Councillor of the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology plus Director of the National Board of NZ Red Cross.
Paul’s extensive experience in general management, corporate governance and aquaculture will be of great benefit to the Board. His experience will be invaluable in addressing many of the challenges that Clean Seas faces as it pioneers the growth of Kingfish farming and Southern Bluefin Tuna commercialisation.