A successful manufacturing change agent, Craig is the EY Global Smart Factory Leader. He leverages his cross-sector experience helping manufacturing transformation, passion for capability building and creativity to provide digital services to clients.
Prior to joining EY in 2016, he held a variety of leadership roles in manufacturing, engineering and innovation delivery.
Craig earned a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Northeastern University and bachelor’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
How Craig is building a better working world
“I enable digital transformation by focusing on empowering the end user, reducing barriers to adoption and providing leaders the capability they need to manage the change. Technology is transforming the workplace; however, value continues to be created by individuals making decisions and taking actions on a daily basis.
Working with clients on leveraging technology to eliminate non-value added work and build organization capability simultaneous improves the employee experience and performance.”