Ms. Craig is sole proprietor of P.A.C. Consulting, a proud Army Veteran, committed to civic engagement, activism, and volunteerism; presenter at Alternatives 2018, NAACP Annual Conference, AARP Annual Conference, a certified A.S.I.S.T. trainer, Senior-Advisor member of Policy Vets, and Chairperson of the Veterans Mental Health Advisory Council.
Ms. Craig has an extensive record of public service for which she has earned several accolades including the President’s Volunteer Service Gold, Bronze, Silver, and Lifetime Awards. She earned a Magnum Cum Laude Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Augusta State University, a Sum Cum Laude Master’s in Public Policy from New England College, and is a certified coalition builder and integrative health and wellness facilitator for the Department of Veterans Affairs using its whole health and wellness model.
For twenty-six years, Ms. Craig used her organizational management and development skills to support several non-profit community-based organizations such as United Way, YMCA, American Red Cross – OCONUS, and the management of 5000 volunteers. Her career has supported development projects of over $60M.
Ms. Craig is a graduate of Leadership Brevard: Brevard Insight, Leadership Augusta; and Chaired several Boards of Director with property and operating assets of over $16M. Current civic projects include serving on the Board of Directors of the Virginia Tech Victims (VTV) Family Outreach Foundation, Chairperson of the Mental Health Advisory Council at the Washington D.C. VA Medical Center, Co-Chairperson of VISN 5 Collaboration of Councils, a member of MIRECC Veterans Advisory Panel. She serves on Melwood Veterans Service Advisory Council, Easter Seals Veterans Advisory Council, AARP Veterans Engagement Team, veteran representative of DC VAMC Integrative Health and Wellness committee, and is the development chairperson, public relations and policy development committee chair of The Ryan Clark Scholarship and Community Service Award, and The Ryan Clark Memorial Committee.