Craig Stevens is Vice President at DCI Group where he provides public relations counsel to a number of DCI Group’s clients, drawing on his more than a dozen years of strategic communications and on-the-record experience in government, campaigns, and politics.
Prior to joining DCI Group, Craig served in the Bush Administration for seven years, on two presidential campaigns, and on Capitol Hill.
In the Bush Administration he began in the Department of Health and Human Services under Secretary Tommy G. Thompson, eventually rising to become a spokesman and the communications director for Surgeon General Richard H. Carmona. From there he went to the Department of Energy to serve as the department’s chief spokesman under Secretary Sam Bodman. He also served as the press secretary for Congressman Dave Weldon (FL-15).
Craig has also worked on the presidential campaigns of then-governor George W. Bush (2000) and former Governor Mitt Romney (2008), and he was the Vice President of Communications for the American Beverage Association – the national trade group representing the non-alcoholic beverage industry
Craig did his undergraduate work at Houghton College in Western New York and holds a master’s degree from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia.