The Canadian Research Insights Council (CRIC) is seeking nominations of individuals to be recognized as Fellows of CRIC.

The CRIC Fellows program is designed to be the highest honour awarded to individuals of our industry in Canada. We encourage nominations of individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the research, analytics and insights industry in Canada. These contributions could include, but are not limited, to the development of new methods/approaches to gathering and using insights that have benefited the industry, significant service to the industry, and contributions to society that have enhanced the positive perception of the industry. Please note that there is no requirement to work for a CRIC member company or have a CAIP to be recognized as a CRIC Fellow.

Download Nomination Form

Completed nomination forms should be sent to [email protected] by 5pm EST on May 2, 2024. Nominations forms will be reviewed by the CRIC Fellows Committee and, those deemed to meet the criteria will be recommended to the CRIC Board to be appointed as Fellows.

New CRIC Fellows will be announced at the CRIC H* Factor Gala Dinner on June 5, 2024. A complete list of CRIC Fellows is available on the CRIC website.

New CRIC Fellows will be encouraged to use the designation FCRIC.
“We are pleased to carry on this tradition of recognizing individuals who have made outstanding contributions to our industry”, said Nik Nanos, Chair of CRIC.

In addition to receiving the FCRIC designation, CRIC’s partner, CAIP Canada, will also be granting Fellows a life membership in CAIP Canada including the right to use the CAIP designation

2024 CRIC Fellows Selection Committee

Anastasia Arabia (Chair), CAIP, FCRIC Annie Pettit, CAIP, FCRIC
Ed Gibson, CAIP, FCRIC Trish Simmie, CAIP, FCRIC
Nik Nanos, CAIP, FCRIC Barry Watson, CAIP, FCRIC


About CRIC

The Canadian Research Insights Council (CRIC) is Canada’s voice of the research, analytics, and insights profession both domestically and globally. CRIC represents the highest standards, ethics, and best practices; provides effective promotion and advocacy of the industry; serves as a source of information and thought leadership; and is a forum for collective industry action. CRIC’s members include Canada’s leading research agencies as well as client organizations, academic institutions, and other industry partners.

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