Ashley Bruner

Research Manager |

As the Research Manager at the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity, Ashley specializes in communicating public opinion research to the food system. Ashley translates numbers and trends over time into actionable insights to help Canada’s food system better connect with everyday Canadians on the issues they care about. With an eye for detail and passion for the food system, Ashley tells the story behind every data point.

Ashley holds a Master of Public Policy degree from Simon Fraser University and has over ten years of research, presentation, and policy experience. Before joining CCFI, Ashley worked as a senior research manager at Ipsos Public Affairs working on hundreds of research projects for clients in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Ashley has experience with a wide range of research methodologies ranging from online, telephone, focus groups, in-depth interviews, and town halls.

The long-term success and growth of Canada’s food system must be grounded in public trust. Over the past years with CCFI, Ashley has helped food system stakeholders understand and build trust with Canadians on key food system both big and small.