Craig’s commitment to his community and desire to help others brought him to the community health center movement in 2004. As a childhood patient of a community health center, he has the first-hand experience of how community health centers change lives.

Currently, Craig serves as president and chief executive officer of a community health center that provides medical, dental, behavioral health to over 33,000 unique patients through fifteen health centers and several school-based locations. Previously, Craig served as chief executive officer of two Midwest health centers.

Craig holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in business administration from Fontbonne University. He completed graduate coursework in health administration at the University of Missouri and a fellowship in community health center executive leadership at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Craig is currently pursuing a doctorate in organizational leadership at Indiana Wesleyan University.
Craig is certified in healthcare management as a Fellow of the American College of Health Executives (FACHE) and is a Certified Medical Practice Executive (CPME) by the American College of Medical Practice Executive.