Mark Anielski, as co-founder, President and Chief Well-being Officer of Anielski Management Inc. (est. 1995 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) works with a number of associates around the world specializing in well-being economic impact analytics and integrated five-capital asset accounting providing a range of strategic economic advisory services to businesses, First Nations, financial institutions, non-profit organizations, and governments (municipal, provincial and national).

Mark has developed a unique expertise in planning and measurement of performance for cultural, social, human, natural, built and financial assets for governments and business that helps organizations assess what he calls the “Well-being ROI” (return on investment) related to programs, services, capital and operating expenditures.

Mark’s Genuine Wealth assessment model is has been used, in whole and in part, to assess the economic, social and environmental well-being impacts of a wide variety of public policies and organization programs.

Clients who have enjoyed Mark’s unique economic strategic consultancy and analysis include the following:

  • Municipal governments: Edmonton, Calgary, Leduc, Leduc County, Town of Valleyview, Town of Olds, Town of Barrhead, Town of Salmon Arm, Oakville, Saskatoon, Innsbruck (Austria), Santa Monica.
  • First Nations and Inuit: Alexis Nakota Sioux First Nation, O’Chiese First Nation, Loon River Cree First Nation, Little Red River Cree First Nation, Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation (Quebec), Onondaga Nation (New York), Wicihitowin Circle of Shared Responsibility, Nunavut Tunngavik Inc., Ktunaxa First Nation, Haisla First Nation, Athabasca-Chipewyan First Nation, Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation, and the Tahitians of French Polynesia.
  • Provincial governments: Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Yukon,
  • National governments: Canada, Singapore, China, Austria, the Netherlands, French Polynesia (Tahiti), and Bhutan.
  • Corporations: Far East Organization (Singapore), Enbridge, Urban Systems, Vancity, Alberta Credit Unions, Ethical Funds of Canada, Suncor Energy, Amoco, Harsa Corp., Philippine National Oil Company, Alberta Motor Association, and EPCOR.
  • Other organizations: Ducks Unlimited Canada, Nature Conservancy of Canada, BC Construction Association, Fraser Basin Council, Columbia Basin Trust, Smart Growth B.C., North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance, Battle River Watershed Alliance, Canadian Boreal Initiative, Pembina Institute, Canadian Centre for Substance Abuse, University of Calgary, University of Alberta, and the International Institute for Sustainable Development.