Mike Galan Joins Peter Pan Seafood as Chief Financial Officer

May 9, 2022 | Fisheries, Right Moves

Mike Galan

With more than twenty years of experience in finance and accounting, Mike Galan is joining Peter Pan Seafood Company as its Chief Financial Officer. In his role, he is focusing on implementing finance and accounting processes that will aid the company in its efforts to produce more value-added products and make the best use of Alaska’s wild seafood resources.

“Peter Pan is in a growth mode,” Galan says. “Transitioning from a commodity focus to a focus on value-added products at a company is really exciting. It shows the company recognizes the value of that and is willing to put in the work. I’m eager to develop processes that will integrate the numbers with the decision-making process for the operations and sales team to ensure we’re putting out the best end product forms for our customers and our business.”

Galan has worked previously for Trident Seafoods, Weyerhaeuser Company, and Hartung Glass. 

“We have set our focus on building and developing a dynamic team, and employees like Mike support our company culture by bringing enthusiasm, a positive attitude, leadership skills, and personality to their roles,” says Rodger May, owner and chief growth officer for Peter Pan. “Mike brings twenty years of finance, accounting, and most importantly, seafood experience to this role. He is great at what he does and will be an asset to the Peter Pan team as we continue our focus on a customer-first culture and bringing more value-added products to our customers.”

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