Craig began his public health communications career at the World Health Organization (WHO), working first with the Communicable Disease Surveillance group, as well as with WHO’s immunization and HIV/AIDS programs. Since joining CDC’s Special Pathogens Branch (SPB) in July 2007, he’s been deployed as a communications specialist on missions to Uganda for an Ebola outbreak, and to Madagascar for an outbreak of Rift Valley Fever. Using HD video and still photography, he has documented SPB’s ecological investigations in Africa and elsewhere. His background includes development of public health communications in a variety of media, from print to video to online, as well as development of workshops. His interests include health mapping, health ecology, and preparedness and response.
- Crafting Ebola Prevention Messages in Uganda (July 2009)
- The Fit Between Wildlife Health and Human Health (September 2009)
- Doing Good with Baked Goods: Student Helps CDC Support Ebola Research (May 2010)