Craig Nason is passionate about connecting people and resources to social change work in the community. He holds a Masters of Nonprofit Management from Regis University and was selected among his graduating class as the recipient of the Karen A. Patterson Award for Community / Organizational Change.
Craig has served in a variety of leadership roles within social change nonprofits working in Colorado, Mexico, and East Africa. Most recently, he was the Interim Executive Director for Grassroots Global Development, a grant-making organization that supported community-led organizations in Baja Sur, Mexico. Prior to that he managed programs for KidsTek, a technology instruction nonprofit working with underserved students in the greater Denver area.
Since beginning work with LCHT in 2016, Craig has led efforts to increase support and investments in anti-trafficking work across Colorado.