President, CEO, and Co-Founder
Harrison Konsker started Fillet for Friends alongside Co-Founder Maccabee Herman in 2014. Harrison currently
serves as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President of Fillet for Friends. He performs tremendous work for the
organization in a variety of categories. As an active participant in every aspect of the organization, Harrison
budgets, attends, and helps coordinate all events. He is passionate about giving back to his community. In the
future, he hopes to pursue a career helping people and keep FFF growing.
Maccabee (Mac) Herman
Vice President and Co-Founder
Maccabee (Mac) Herman is the Vice President and Co-Founder of Fillet for Friends. For the majority of his life,
Mac has been a passionate, avid, and seriously talented angler. He eagerly demonstrates that passion through his
love for the organization. Mac attends all the tournaments and is a significant member to the organization.
Mac—with his avid fishing and knowledge of the sport—puts us in contact with great sponsors and captains that
have and continue to help us grow our organization significantly.
Chief Communications Officer
Maxwell (Max) Feldman joined Fillet for Friends in 2015 and has had a significant impact on our operations. Max
is Chief Communications Officer (CCO) at Fillet for Friends, working towards media, marketing projection, captain
correspondence, and sponsorships. Max works hard trying to acquire more contacts so our organization can grow,
and our mission along with it. Max’s keen interest and experience in networking and communication puts him in a
position to supportively and readily contribute his skills to the organization.
Cheif Logistics Officer
Dalen Michaels joined Fillet for Friends in 2018 and is the Chief Logistics Officer (CLO), as well as an avid
angler and freediver himself. In addition to attending each tournament, he carries out everything behind the
scenes. Dalen finds and coordinates all aspects of each tournament, from setting up fine details to the final
donation. He works hard to expand the organization in any way possible, as he is passionate about both fishing
and our mission to end food insecurity.
Vice President of Logistics
Colin Riley joined Fillet for Friends in 2015. Alongside Emily, he works on the behind the scenes logistical
aspects of the organization. Attending every tournament, he makes sure our operations run smoothly, consistently,
and properly. Having been a passionate fisherman for a significant part of this life, Colin continues to
contribute his marine passion and skill set to Fillet for Friends.
Ben Mores joined Fillet for Friends in 2015. He works on the organizations media. A passionate photographer, Ben
has been taking photos long before he joined Fillet for Friends. In addition, he has attended multiple
photography, editing, and artistic programs that all add to and enhance his skillset. His unique ability to
capture footage and execute advanced editing skills makes him a valuable asset on the marketing side of Fillet
for Friends. Ben attends many tournaments, getting as much footage—and fish—as he can. His passion for both
fishing and photography allows him to immerse himself on the frontline of our operations.
Website Designer and Developer
Thomas Pakh joined Fillet for Friends in 2017. He maintains our website and any necessary technology for the
organization. He has always been passionate about computer science and programming and utilized his programming
skills to create the Fillet for Friends website.