Before coming to Chesapeake in 2002, Craig was vice president of operations for a successful education software startup. Prior to that, during 20 years in the U.S. Air Force, he held various positions including that of Deputy National Intelligence Officer for Science and Technology for the National Security Agency.
Currently Craig applies his operational and technical skills in systems security, requirements and risk analysis, policy development, and project management to support the Federal Aviation Administration Voice Systems Program Office. He is the primary information systems security support lead for the National Airspace (NAS) Voice System and Voice Recorder programs, components of the future common architecture Air Traffic Control system.
Craig has a Bachelor of Science in Communications Management from the University of the State of New York and a Master of Science in Strategic Intelligence/Information Management from the National Intelligence University. He is married with two children, a daughter and a son. When he’s not working, Craig enjoys bicycling, hiking, boating, kayaking, target shooting, and reading suspense novels.