FROM LEFT: Susan Pruitt, Jamie Hansen, Debbie Mowrey, Jana Peirce, Ellen Ganley, Rick Lonn, Johanna Bocklet
NOT PICTURED: Grant Ackerman
Information Insights, Inc. is a research and management consulting firm in Alaska. The company maintains a core focus on public health and public policy, with additional areas of expertise in public process facilitation, community and rural development, business administration, and nonprofit management. Our staff includes individuals with academic and professional backgrounds in education, economics, communications and marketing, web development and graphic design.
In addition to research and facilitation services, Information Insights has developed in-house expertise in conference and event planning, communication and media planning, program evaluation, and website development. We provide administrative support for several statewide organizations.
We assemble a custom team for each project and tailor the process to fit the project goals. Our flexible and responsive style works to meet our clients’ needs without a cookie cutter approach. Many become repeat customers because of our knowledge of Alaska issues and organizations and our commitment to meeting each client’s unique situation.
Our approach matches information with creativity and vision to develop the best solutions for our clients. We work on projects throughout the state from our office in Fairbanks. Our clients include local, state and tribal governments, school districts and universities, nonprofit organizations, and large corporations and small businesses.
Information Insights maintains an open office environment and a highly collaborative, non-hierarchical organizational structure. Information Insights has been recognized by the Fairbanks North Star Borough as a Family Friendly workplace.
Ellen Ganley and Brian Rogers founded Information Insights in 1996. Headquartered in Fairbanks, Alaska, the firm began with projects in public policy and health research and facilitation. The firm continues to hold expertise in those areas.
There are no current job openings.
Information Insights looks for meaningful ways to give back to our community and our state. As a company, we sponsor and make in-kind contributions to events throughout the year. The company also supports employees’ volunteer work by compensating pro bono time provided to nonprofit organizations of their choice.
Here is a short list of some of the events and organizations we’ve supported:
- 100+ Golden Heart Women
- 100+ Professionals
- Adult Learning Programs of Alaska
- Alaska Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board
- Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) Convention
- Alaska Public Health Association
- Breast Cancer Awareness
- Institute of the North – The Alaska Dialogue
- Literacy Council of Alaska
- Morningside Hospital Project
- Statewide Independent Living Council
- University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) Alumni Association