Craig is responsible for the firm’s day-to-day operations. He brings a wide breadth of experience and an ability to keep the firm’s projects on-time and on-budget. Verdis’ flat organizational structure means that Craig is intimately involved in nearly all of the firm’s projects. He is uniquely qualified to help organizations make decisions that are good not only environmentally, but economically, and his facility manager experience means he knows the ins and outs of running a healthy, resource-efficient building.
Outside of his day-to-day responsibilities with Verdis, Craig was elected to the Omaha Public Power District’s Board of Directors in November 2016. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Omaha Business Ethics Alliance, is a member of the University of Nebraska’s Presidents Advisory Council, and is the chair of Metro Transit’s ORBT Stakeholder Committee.
Craig received the 2019 Energy Leadership Award from Nebraska Conservation Voters for his work with Verdis Group and on the OPPD Board. He was a member of Leadership Omaha class 37, received an Omaha Jaycees’ Ten Outstanding Young Omahans award, and was honored by the Midlands Business Journal as a 40 Under 40 recipient. He attended the University of South Dakota where he obtained his undergraduate degree in Business – Finance and a Masters in Business Administration. Craig’s Gallup Strengths are Harmony, Relator, Responsibility, Achiever, and Arranger.