Harrison Konsker started Fillet for Friends alongside Co-Founder Maccabee Herman in 2014. Harrison currently serves as CEO
of Fillet for Friends and does tremendous work towards the organization in a variety of categories. Harrison is an
active participant in every aspect of the organization as he coordinates, budgets, and attends all events. Harrison
spent a summer at The University of California, Los Angeles taking a multitude of courses varying from marketing to
Maccabee (Mac) Herman
Maccabee Herman is the Vice President and Co-Founder of Fillet for Friends. Maccabee has been a passionate and avid angler
for seven years and has demonstrated that passion through his love for the organization. Maccabee has attended all
the tournaments and is a significant member to the organization. Maccabee, through his avid fishing, has put us in
contact with great sponsors and captains that have helped us grow our organization significantly.
Maxwell Feldman joined Fillet for Friends in 2015 and has had a significant impact on our operations. Maxwell is Chief Communications
Officer at Fillet for Friends and is responsible for coordinating tournaments, charters, fish pick-ups and more. Additionally,
he corresponds with captains and sponsors always trying to acquire more contacts that can help us grow. Maxwell spent
a summer at Emory University taking a business course focused on networking and communication and he has applied those
skills eloquently for Fillet for Friends.
Emily Elhilow joined Fillet for Friends in 2017 and is the Chief Logistics Officer as well as an avid angler. Emily coordinates
pickups of fish that are being donated by the community.
Ben Mores joined Fillet for Friends in 2015. He attended UCLA Summer Art Institute for Photography which helped him learn
new ways to capture footage and more advanced editing skills. He is a passionate photographer and has been taking photos
long before he joined Fillet for Friends. Furthermore Ben’s passion for fishing as well as photography made him the
perfect fit for Fillet for Friends team.
Thomas Pakh joined Fillet for Friends in 2017 and has always been passionate about computer science and programming. Thomas
utilized his programming skills to create the Fillet for Friends website.