Saleem Elmasri Joins Trans American Aquaculture as Audit Committee Chair

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RIO HONDO, TX / ACCESSWIRE / March 4, 2024 / Trans American Aquaculture (OTC PINK:GRPS), a leading player in sustainable shrimp production, proudly announces the appointment of Saleem Elmasri to its Board of Directors as the Audit Committee Chair. This strategic addition reinforces the company's commitment to uplisting to a fully reporting SEC standard.

About Saleem Elmasri:

Saleem Elmasri is a seasoned finance and accounting professional with a distinguished career spanning nearly two decades. He holds a BS in Finance and Accounting from Rutgers University, bringing a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Trans American Aquaculture team.

Professional Background:

  • Titan Advisory Services (Managing Partner): Saleem currently serves as the Managing Partner at Titan Advisory, a boutique advisory firm focused on providing collaborative and customized financial operations and CFO services, a role he assumed in September 2020. In this capacity, he has played a pivotal role in providing strategic financial counsel to private and public companies.
  • Prior to founding Titan Advisory Services, Mr. Elmasri served two years as Managing Director at DLA LLC and Pine Hill Group, LLC (now CFGI), two professional service firms who provide clients with accounting advisory services.
  • Mr. Elmasri began his professional career at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, a Big-4 Accounting and Global Professional Services firm. Between September 2007 and March 2018, Mr. Elmasri held progressively advancing roles ending his tenure as a Senior Manager in the firm's audit practice.

Saleem Elmasri's extensive background in finance, accounting, and advisory roles positions him as a key asset for Trans American Aquaculture's journey towards enhanced financial governance and SEC compliance.

Statement from Adam Thomas, CEO of Trans American Aquaculture:

"We are delighted to welcome Saleem Elmasri to our Board of Advisors as the Audit Committee Chair. Saleem's wealth of experience, particularly in finance and advisory roles, will be instrumental as we navigate the path towards full SEC reporting. His expertise aligns seamlessly with our commitment to transparency and financial excellence."

Trans American Aquaculture looks forward to leveraging Saleem Elmasri's insights and guidance as the company advances its mission of sustainable and responsible aquaculture practices.

For more information about Trans American Aquaculture and its mission, please visit https://transamaqua.com/.

Media Contact:Adam Thomas, CEOTrans American Aquaculture972-358-6037

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About Trans American Aquaculture

Trans American Aquaculture OTC Pink: GRPS) is a leading sustainable aquaculture company committed to meeting the increasing global demand for responsibly sourced seafood. With advanced technology, state-of-the-art facilities, and a dedication to environmental sustainability, the company is revolutionizing the shrimp farming industry. Trans American Aquaculture strives to provide high-quality, eco-friendly shrimp to consumers while maintaining the highest standards of transparency and ethical practices.

Safe Harbor Statement

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SOURCE: Trans American Aquaculture, Inc.

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