Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Albert Fogle moved to Alaska while serving in the United States Army as an Infantry Team Leader and Communications Operator. His years of active duty service included a tour in Iraq. After exiting the Army in 2007, Fogle attended the University of Alaska Anchorage where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Finance with a minor in Criminal Justice.
In 2010, Fogle joined RISQ Consulting as an employee benefits and business consultant, where he was responsible for developing, implementing, and executing strategic sales plans to achieve RISQ Consulting’s sales goals and objectives. He was also a member of the executive team. Fogle left RISQ Consulting in 2018 to run unsuccessfully for the Alaska State House.
In 2019, Fogle joined the Alaska Chamber as vice president, where he was responsible for advocacy, government affairs, management and financial oversight. He is a board member and past Treasurer of Health eConnect, past board member of Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association, and a past two-time president of the Alaska Association of Health Underwriters.
Fogle takes advantage of living in Alaska by hiking, biking, and skiing. When Fogle is not traveling, he enjoys spending time with his family and dogs.