Ross Group Plc

Proposed New Directors


John P. Keyes
John P. Keyes has a deep-seated and active interest in the environment, the oceans and how technology can lead to more efficient and sustainable protein and healthcare sources. He spent 16 years in the energy field holding technical, operational and management positions with one of the world’s leading energy companies. Mr. Keyes’s expertise and credibility in international energy, investment negotiations, business strategy and sustainable resources led to his becoming an advisor to a multinational company specializing in energy, construction, infrastructure development, healthcare, industrial services, information technologies, logistics, real estate and global investing. Mr. Keyes is currently unlocking the Chitin Economy as CEO of Mari Signum, Ltd.

Victoria White Berry
Victoria White Berry Is The Co-Director Of SSPI Mid-Atlantic, A Value-Add Manufacturer Focused On Clean Label Ingredients And Sustainability. Mrs. White Berry Graduated From Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa With A Grande Diplome In Cuisine And Patisserie. Having Grown Up In North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada, She Has A Lifelong Passion For The Outdoors And Habitat Conservation. With A Solid Background In Corporate Operations And Governance Across North America, Mrs. White Berry Brings A Unique Perspective To The Board.

Stephen C. Lapointe
Stephen LaPointe is an internationally respected certified public accountant and founder of LaPointe and Company PC, a certified public accounting and management-consulting firm. Mr. LaPointe is responsible for financial, tax and consulting engagements for his firm’s clients involved in a diversity of industries throughout the United States of America, Central and South America and Europe. His experience includes forming and directing international organizations in both profit and not-for-profit arenas. Mr. LaPointe is an alumnus of George Washington University and graduated from Benjamin Franklin University with a Bachelor of Science in Public Accounting.



Professor Georg Holländer
Professor Georg A Holländer was trained in both Paediatrics and Experimental Immunology in Switzerland and the U.S. He held academic positions at Harvard Medical School, Boston, U.S. and the University of Basel, Switzerland, before he joined the University of Oxford, UK (2010). He is interested in the development and function of the immune system in health and disease. His particular scientific focus concerns the molecular and cellular control of thymus development and function. 

Franklin Fay
Prior to Joining Global Blue Technologies, Inc. Frank Fay was chief financial officer for InnovaSea Systems. Fay has more than 30 years of accounting and finance experience helping companies to improve the effectiveness and efficiencies of their finance, IT, procurement and human resource operations in large and middle markets. He is an expert in finance and advising senior management. Fay also served as chief financial officer for Baja Aquaculture, Inc. in La Paz B.C.S., Mexico and in Morrill, Maine, USA. Other international finance experience includes 13 years with AstraZeneca where Fay held various financial operations positions for the company in the United States, Zurich Switzerland and Warsaw, Poland. Fay currently serves on the Board of Directors for Sol Azul Seafarms USA. Fay received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. Additionally, he graduated from the Transnational Education Program IMD International in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Lorenzo Juárez
Lorenzo M. Juárez is COO for Global Blue Technologies, Ltd. and its affiliates Perciformes Group and Prometheus Progeniture Genetics Technologies, Ltd. He serves as manager of aquaculture operations and programs. During his 38 years in the field Lorenzo has worked with shrimp, marine fish, genetics, research, hatchery, and grow-out. Mr. Juárez also worked in government and NGOs and has experience with issues of policy and regulation: President (2009) and Fellow (2010) of the World Aquaculture Society (WAS); Deputy Director of NOAA’s Office of Aquaculture in Washington, DC; Founder and President of the Mexican Marine Fish Farmers Association; President of the Mexican Association of Shrimp Hatcheries; Regional Director of Fisheries and Aquaculture Research for the Mexican Ministry of Fisheries; Professor of Mariculture; Director of SyAqua, Mexico; President of Shrimp Improvement Systems (SIS); and CEO of Baja Aquaculture, Inc. Lorenzo is the author of an extensive list of scholarly publications on aquaculture and fisheries.