Craig is the CEO of Impact Bioenergy. Impact manufactures commercial-scale, portable anaerobic digesters that convert food waste into renewable energy and probiotic plant food with zero-waste.
Previously, Craig served as the CEO of multiple innovative, break-through companies including SuperCritical Technologies, a manufacturer of distributed power generation units, and 3TIER (acquired by Vaisala, NASDAQ OMX Helsinki). 3TIER’s big-data, weather analytics platform forecast for over 45,000 MW of wind capacity and assisted in securing over $8.0 billion in financing for utility-scale wind and solar facilities on six continents.
Craig was also CEO of General Software (acquired by Phoenix Technologies Ltd, NASDAQ: PTEC), and Healia (acquired by Meredith Corporation, NYSE: MDP). Earlier in his career, he founded CourtLink Corporation (acquired by LexisNexis) and served in the U.S. Navy as a submarine officer. Craig earned an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a BS in Systems Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy. Currently, Craig is also the Chairman of the Clean Tech Alliance, and is on the Technical Advisory Board for the Clean Energy Institute at the UW.