Sociologist and Social Planner
Nick Fog is a sociologist and Social Planner with over three decades of experience working with communities assisting them developing skills and programs in Community Economic Development and Community Resource Management.
His experience literally spans the globe, working with and for communities, NGOs, mining companies, development agencies and most other stakeholders who have an interest in where business meets society.
He has spent decades working to help communities, resource developers and other stakeholders find common ground and develop aligned interests.
Nick has been directly involved in multi-sector CSR partnerships, some that worked, some that failed and some that did both (at different times).
His practice has been with indigenous groups helping them to gain a foothold in the modern economy. His work focus on communities’ realizing their share of the benefits of resource development of their marine and terrestrial resources (e.g., training, employment, royalty investments and business development).