About Craig

Craig Holloman has significant expertise in workforce development and economic development initiatives through the US Department of Labor and US Department of Commerce through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) programs.  His experience includes working alongside of business and industry to provide assistance in meeting workforce demands and developing an innovative economic planning tool, as well as developing and administering services through a One-Stop Career Center system utilizing multiple workforce agencies.  He also has experience in executing grants and contracts for federal, state and private entities and has served various task force appointments with the US Department of Labor at the regional and national level.


Currently, Craig serves as the Grants & Projects Analyst for the College of Engineering at the University of Nevada, Reno where he assists the faculty and the Office of Sponsored Projects Administration with research proposal development and processing for federal, state and private funding sponsors. He has an earned BS in Business from Murray State University, an MA in Interdisciplinary Administration from Western Kentucky University and is currently completing requirements for an Ed.D in Organizational Leadership from Western Kentucky University and an MBA from the University of Nevada, Reno.


3 responses to “About Craig

  1. Charles C. Jett

    April 5, 2013 at 3:00 am

    Good blog, Craig. I’ll follow your posts because we have similar interests – particularly in the area of the kinds of skills needed in the workplace. Some years ago I was a national WIA technical assistance provider and worked with many Workforce Investment Councils on internship programs designed to teach and assess ‘critical skills.” My blog – should you choose to check it out – is as follows: Good work – and good luck! ~ CCJ

    • Charles C. Jett

      April 5, 2013 at 3:03 am

      PS – with YOUR permission, I may from time to time want to reblog one or more of your posts that is applicable to what I’m doing. Full credit given to you, of course. ~ CCJ

      • craigholloman

        April 5, 2013 at 5:06 am

        Thanks, Charles. Of course, feel free to re-blog any information you feel will help your followers. Thanks again and I look toward to more dialogue on our common interests.


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