Craig, a “proud FSU Seminole,” is President and CEO of Client 1st Advisor with three offices in two states. Although very busy, Craig gives time to several community charities and loves to spend time with Peggy, his wife of 37 years.
Encouraged by Bruce to support the Clinic, Craig thought his experience serving as Board Chair at Directions for Living might benefit the CFC since a Behavioral Health Program was being considered. A year ago, the Clinic’s own program began and now assists nearly 160 patients to deal with the stressors of their medical issues and personal circumstances.
Craig is committed to his new role and states, “I am passionate about the Clinic’s Mission. I look forward to continuing the advances made in Board Governance over the past several years as well as the opportunities involved with planning for expansion of the Clinic’s physical plant and other organizational priorities.”
“The Mission of the Clinic is critical to the health of our community,” Craig says. “I am proud to tell others of the tremendous services that the Clinic provides on a very limited budget and with no government assistance. Community support keeps the Clinic strong and expands our Mission even further. 92% of all revenue is spent directly on programs for the uninsured. ”
The CFC Board, staff and volunteers eagerly support Craig in his new executive position as he furthers the mission of the Clearwater Free Clinic and its vital role in our community.