Craig has more than 30 years of operational leadership experience in a variety of technology-based firms. He has a varied and extensive background in finance, software development, new product development, consumer and professional services, and manufacturing. Craig has been a co-principal investigator on SBIR research programs and has published on product development risk management, all while serving as President at Product Genesis, an award-winning design and engineering consulting firm.
Craig currently serves as Chief Financial Officer of Aquifer, Inc., a mission-based nonprofit provider of e-learning curriculum and assessment to health professions programs. In addition to being an independent director and finance committee chair at Marts&Lundy, he is an Advisory Board Member at Veryst Engineering, LLC, a consulting engineering firm specializing in Multiphysics simulation at the interface of technology and manufacturing.
Craig received his B.S. from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and his M.B.A. from UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) Anderson School of Management.
Hanover, New Hampshire
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), B.S.
- University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), M.B.A.