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Joanna Davidovich Takes Over as the New Chief Executive Officer of the Salmon Council

The Salmon Council announces that as of next Wednesday, July 1, Joanna Davidovich Gleiser, a prominent economist, will assume the position of Chief Executive Officer of this association.

Joanna has vast experience in economic analysis and public policy design. In her professional life she has dedicated herself to developing different agendas and reforms to improve the country’s productivity.

Positions she has held include Director of the Competitiveness Office of the Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism, Executive Director of the Productivity Commission at the Confederación de la Producción y del Comercio (CPC), Chief of Advisors to the Ministry of Economy, Development and Tourism, and Chief of Advisors of the Ministry of Public Works.

Currently, she serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Port of San Antonio. She was also a member of the Board of Directors for Abastible, Empresa Portuaria Valparaíso and the Chilean Society of Public Policies.

Joanna is an economist from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. She was awarded a Magister in Applied Economics from the same university and a Magister in Business Law from the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez.

“Joining the Salmon Council, which brings together the largest companies in the world in terms of salmon farming, is a great challenge. Salmon is currently the second export product in Chile, it has many attributes and tremendous potential. We have the opportunity to position the Chilean salmon industry as a world leader, respecting and promoting the best business, sanitary, regulatory and environmental practices,” said Joanna.

The Salmon Council is made up of the companies AquaChile, Mowi, Cermaq and Salmones Aysén, leaders in this area in our country. The directors of this entity indicated they are sure “that the experience and capacity of Joanna Davidovich will be fundamental to contribute to the mission of the Council, which is the competitive and sustainable development of the Chilean salmon industry, and thus to contribute to the development of the country.”