Information Insights is proud to partner with consultants and organizations with specialized skills from around Alaska.
Brenda Holden Consulting works with nonprofits and other organizations navigating change by helping them to see their possibilities, determine and embrace their direction, plan how they will assess progress and know when to adapt strategies to reach their goals. A Senior Consultant with Information Insights for over ten years, Brenda now consults from Minnesota but continues to work with Alaska clients in person, online and by phone.
G2 Diversified Services
works collaboratively with organizations to develop solutions to human resource management and process challenges that hinder performance and growth. Services include human resource management assistance, including workplace investigations, as well as organizational assessments, strategic planning, executive mentoring and coaching, and customized training.
The University of Alaska Center for Economic Development
leverages the resources of the university system to support economic growth in Alaska, providing technical assistance in the form of information and data, and implementing specific projects and programs that promote economic development across the state.
Lisl Coady is an Anchorage-based, woman-owned small business offering professional writing and editing services alongside customized design services and graphics.
The Cold Climate Housing Research Center (CCHRC)
is an industry-based, nonprofit corporation created to facilitate the development, use, and testing of energy-efficient, durable, healthy, and cost-effective building technologies for people living in circumpolar regions around the globe.
Ristroph Law, Planning, and Research
is a small, Alaska-based business that provides legal, planning, research, and mediation services to Alaska Native Villages (federally recognized tribes), agencies, nonprofits, and other entities.
Southeast Strategies is a Juneau-based economic and planning services firm with experience working all over Alaska. Established in 1999, the firm specializes in economic and feasibility studies, planning (especially transportation, community, and land use), permitting support, technical and grant writing, research, and computer modeling.
Crimp Energy Consulting is an Anchorage-based firm specializing in clean energy project planning, development and management.
Tobias Schwoerer has 20 years of public policy experience relevant to Alaska and the Arctic. He uses applied economic analysis, statistics, survey research, and computer programming to aid evidence-based decision-making for public and private clients. His recent projects seek solutions to issues in energy, economic development, resource management, and climate change. To find out more visit schwoererresearch.org.