Dr. Kimble F. Ainslie is the founder and president of Nordex Research. He has enjoyed close to three decades as an accomplished market researcher, pollster, marketing consultant, international public policy analyst, and university lecturer.
Dr. Ainslie has developed innovative research techniques in the world of commerce such as national and continent-wide surveys on high technology equipment, pathology services, radio product measurement, and business-to-business research. In the late 1980s, Dr. Ainslie helped to set the stage in Canada for high quality national, provincial, and community polling. After 2000, he became a leader in international public policy issue analysis, while affiliated successively with five think tanks in the United States and Canada. He is currently active in developing models of participation for civic involvement.
Dr. Ainslie holds degrees from The University of Western Ontario, Queen’s University at Kingston, and York University in Toronto, Canada. He completed an executive management program in international infrastructure management at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University in 1999. Dr. Ainslie frequently lectures at universities in Canada and the United States.
Dr. Edwin H. Moore is a senior consultant at Nordex. He also heads a major educational lobby group in the State of Florida. Dr. Moore is a former lead policy advisor to Florida Speaker of the House Tom Feeney, and he is a former president of the James Madison Institute in Tallahassee FL, the state's leading policy research think tank.
Dr. Moore is an expert in the productivity and performance of legislative bodies, as well as a specialist in post-secondary education. He has also carried out international development consulting work in Eastern Europe.
He holds a Ph.D. in public administration from Florida State University, USA.
Mr. Ian Ball is the Research Coordinator at Nordex. He has been associated with the firm since the late 1980s. Mr. Ball coordinates all on-site survey research projects, and is an expert executive interviewer. He is a graduate of the University of Guelph in economics and geography.
Up to 25 interviewing staff, all experienced in survey research are drawn from the London ON market, and the University of Western Ontario.
The company has located its base operations in London, Ontario since 1985, and periodically set up branch offices on a short and long term basis in Calgary, Toronto, Virginia, and Florida since 1995.
The Nordex call centre is located in downtown London, Ontario.