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Craig Starnes is a leader in strategic innovation, focusing on global defense analytics. Craig has been with Booz Allen for more than 28 years, primarily focusing on defense-based clients.
Prior to his current role, Craig led an integrated management team (IMT) consisting of more than 700 professionals focused on delivering a comprehensive set of services and capabilities across the U.S. Air Force headquarters and operations market. Craig was responsible for driving favorable business outcomes across the IMT. He was also the location general manager for the St. Louis/O’Fallon geography. His roles included delivering integrated solutions across a host of clients to include the Air Mobility Command, Air Force Space Command, Air Force Network Integration Center, Cyber Support Squadron, and the United States Transportation Command.
Additionally, Craig led the firm’s nuclear business, comprised of work across the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center and Air Force Global Strike Command. In this role, he led execution teams delivering against engineering, cybersecurity, specialized analytics/scientific capabilities, systems development, and mission assurance assignments for weapons system and automated information systems.
Craig has led client engagements across a host of defense markets over the years to include the U.S. Army Program Analysis Integration Office, Army Program Executive Officer, Enterprise Information Systems; the Missile Defense Agency, Space and Missile Development Command, MARCORSYSCOM, HQMC C4; and the Information Technology Agency.
Craig holds a B.S. in statistics and an M.S. in mathematics, both from Virginia Tech.