The Ocean Sustainability Business Unit is a friendly and diverse team of skills consisting of fisheries analysts, software engineers, data scientists, business minds and much more.
Nick is Head of the Ocean Sustainability Business Unit at the Satellite Applications Catapult where he has been leading the Project Eyes on the Sea activities since they began. For the last ten years, Nick has led high tech teams delivering successful software products to satisfied customers. Nick is a product strategist who applies creative thinking methodologies to solving complex market challenges. He has founded a start-up, held CTO roles and worked in billion dollar technology organisations. Accustomed to leading from the front, he is as comfortable on stage evangelising about technology as he is getting hands-on mentoring the team.
Corinne has been involved in project ‘Eyes on the Seas’ for the past two years whilst working at the Catapult and has been actively involved in the growth of the project and the business and relationship management of the stakeholders involved. Previous to this, Corinne excelled at running complex projects in marketing and communications, both within top international agencies and corporate in-house departments. She has worked in a wide variety of market sectors from financial services to automotive industries to defence and space, delivering successful marketing, advertising, and public relations solutions. Corinne believes that customer satisfaction comes from effective communication, good product and a deep understanding of the client’s needs – strong customer relationships are critical to business success.
Bradley Soule is Senior Fisheries Analyst in the Ocean Sustainability Business Unit at the Satellite Applications Catapult. He acts as lead analyst on project ‘Eyes on the Seas’ – a joint initiative with The Pew Charitable Trusts. Bradley joined the U.S. Coast Guard as a teenager and upon commissioning as an Officer immediately started conducting law enforcement and search and rescue in the Bering Sea, home to some of the largest commercial fisheries in the world. He served in several Coast Guard regions on ships and directing fisheries enforcement operations from shore, including Alaska, Hawaii, and California. He was also the Deputy Chief of Fishery Enforcement and senior fishery watch officer at Coast Guard headquarters. He has a master’s degree in fisheries management from the University of Washington in Seattle. Brad also served as a Criminal Intelligence Officer at INTERPOL’s General Secretariat where he helped set up the organization’s nascent fisheries project, helping to coordinate operations, capacity building, and intelligence sharing and analysis on fisheries crime among INTERPOL’s member countries.