Craig Campbell

Craig Campbell

Prior to his tenure as the Executive Director of OMIC R&D, Craig served as the president and legal counsel of The Victory Group. Additionally, Craigs commitment to public service led him to hold influential positions in the Office of the Governor of Oregon, where he acted as a senior policy advisor and State Homeland Security Advisor from 2003 to 2006.

His responsibilities involved facilitating productive collaboration between Governor Ted Kulongoski and various public safety, corrections, veterans, and military agencies. Craig’s career also includes notable roles such as Chief of Staff and Legal Counsel in the Office of the Speaker of the House, as well as Special Assistant Attorney General.

Craig has been recognized for his outstanding contributions to the State of Oregon. Notably, in 2005, he was awarded the Oregon National Guard Meritorious Service Medal, a testament to his dedication and commitment to service. Additionally, he has received numerous other awards and honors from various organizations, all of which serve as a testament to his impactful work in the legislative and political arena.

In his role as the Executive Director of OMIC R&D, Craig has spearheaded transformative initiatives and propelled the organization towards new frontiers in manufacturing research and development. Under his leadership, OMIC R&D has emerged as a beacon of innovation, fostering collaboration between industry, academia, and government to drive advancements in manufacturing technologies.

 

Credentials:

  • B.A. Political Science – University of Oregon
  • Juris Doctor (JD) – University of Oregon
  • MA – Military Studies – American Military University