Governance

Guided by a diverse Board of Directors and a focused strategic plan, ISSF is committed to making a positive impact on global tuna stocks and the marine ecosystem.

For a closer look at ISSF’s mission, approach, goals, accomplishments, peruse our Strategic Plan, Annual Report, and Board of Directors sections.

ISSF’s bylaws and annual federal income tax exemption form also are posted on this site. 

Bylaws

ISSF’s bylaws address key governance issues.

Tax Filing

We post our Form 990 for the most recent year.

Our Strategic Plan

Our “Advancing Sustainable Tuna Fisheries” strategic-plan outlines ISSF’s priorities, goals, and work for 2018-2022 — covering seafood industry commitment, bycatch mitigation, FAD management, fighting illegal fishing, harvest strategies, and more. ISSF’s Board of Directors sets the organization’s strategic direction.

OUR LEADERSHIP, GOALS & RESULTS

Board of Directors

Meet the leaders from non-governmental organizations, marine science, government agencies, and the seafood industry worldwide who serve on our Board of Directors — providing governance and fiduciary oversight to advance the ISSF vision.

Strategic Plan

Our “Advancing Sustainable Tuna Fisheries” microsite highlights ISSF’s current five-year strategic plan (2018-2022) to improve tuna conservation, bycatch mitigation, seafood industry transparency, and more.

Annual Report

ISSF’s 2020 annual report summarizes our research activities, participating company outcomes, transparency and social responsibility in the seafood industry, RFMO advocacy results, and other topics.

Scientific Advisory Committee

The fisheries and marine scientists on ISSF’s Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) help to guide our research activities and publications.

SAC members offer objective information and input to ISSF’s scientists, leadership, and Board of Directors on a volunteer basis.

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