Vice President and Principal Economist
Mike Fisher joined Northern Economics in 2001 and became a principal of the firm in 2015. He holds graduate degrees in Business Administration and Project Management, as well as the Project Management Professional certification.
Mike has worked on a wide variety of projects at Northern Economics, ranging from feasibility studies for Alaskan ports and harbors to statistical analyses to market studies and business plans. He has also given presentations at a number of conferences held by the Alaska Association of Harbormasters and Port Administrators and a session on business planning at the Alaska Sea Grant’s Marine Advisory Program’s Public Seafood Processing and Cold Storage Facility Workshop.
In addition to his work at Northern Economics, Mike taught as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Alaska Anchorage for a decade, including graduate courses in Operations Research, Cost Estimating, and Project Cost Management as well as guest lectures on Project Risk Management. He also taught selected sections of PMP certification prep courses.
Mike provides strong quantitative and analytical skills, a broad business background, and the ability to communicate results effectively to Northern Economics’ clients.
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