Arthur CraigDeputy Director of Recovery
Arthur Craig, PMP, is a Deputy Director of Recovery Programs in Hagerty Consulting’s growing Disaster Recovery practice area. Arthur specializes in research, data analysis, process improvement, change management, and the implementation of public policy.
Currently Arthur leads Hagerty Consulting’s West Coast Recovery practice supporting clients across the states of California, Oregon, and Washington. Prior to taking on this role for the firm he supported the New York City Hurricane Sandy Recovery Project as the engagement’s Policy Director. There he provided principal research and coordinated the work of a team of management consultants and subject matter experts engaged in high level, time sensitive policy development projects. These efforts included supporting the eligibility of the innovative shelter in place Rapid Repairs Program, the development of the Hotel Essential Sheltering Program, and the development of a methodological approach to streamline the reimbursement of Direct Administrative Costs (DAC) which has become the basis for a national pilot program. In addition to these achievements, Arthur was instrumental in the implementation of the nation’s largest implementation of FEMA’s Section 428 Alternative Procedures for Permanent Work pilot program.
Arthur has earned a Master in Public Administration degree from Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs with an emphasis in Public Financial Management and Policy Implementation; a Master of Arts in Political Science from Rutgers University; and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy from Allegheny College, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. Arthur and his wife live in San Francisco. He loves science fiction and presidential biographies.Back To Our People