Gulf Seafood Foundation Announces New Board Officers

The Gulf Seafood Foundation has announced a new slate of officers for 2019.  Former Sysco Louisiana Seafood chairman Jim Gossen, a native of Lafayette, LA living in Houston, TX, will remain as the President of the organization formed to support and promote the high standards of the Gulf’s vast commercial and recreational fisheries industry.

Raz Halili of Prestige Oysters in San Leon, TX will assume the position of Vice-President, Jennifer Jenkins of Crystal Seas Oysters in Pass Christian, MS will become Treasurer, and Frank Randol a seafood processor and owner of Randol’s Restaurant in Lafayette, LA will take over as Secretary of the organization.

“It’s important that our board is engaged and committed to the well-being of our Gulf of Mexico fisheries and fishermen,” said Jim Gossen, the returning president. “I am confident that the current slate will continue this organizations path to becoming one of the most influential voices for the region.”

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