Craig is currently Sandia’s Campaign Manager for the Resilient Energy Systems (RES) Mission Campaign. The RES Mission Campaign is a multi-million dollar research investment focused on developing capabilities that will help improve the resilience of our critical energy system and related national security assets and functions. Prior to his role on the RES Mission Campaign, Craig served as Sandia’s Program Manager for Defense Energy and the Manager of the Mathematical Analysis and Decision Sciences department.
Prior to his roles with Defense Energy and the Mathematical Analysis & Decision Sciences department. Craig served as the Program Manager for the Future Force Integrated Support Team (FIST) which designs, develops and applies innovative modeling and analysis approaches to large scale, complex problems for the military services and the Department of Defense (DoD) in the area of Model Based Systems Engineering. During his tenure with FIST, Craig was the lead architect for both the Capability Portfolio Analysis Toolset (CPAT) – 2015 Edelman Prize Finalist and the Military Operations Research Society’s Barchi Prize winner, as well as the Whole System Trades Analysis Tool (WSTAT) – winner of the 2015 Army Modeling and Simulation Excellence Award.
Craig has 25+ years of experience in the field of Operation Research most of which has focused on simulation and optimization modeling for complex systems. He has a Master of Science in Operations Research & Statistics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a Bachelor of Arts in Cognitive Science from the University of Rochester.