Craig Neyman joined the Foundation in 2011 as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. He oversees finance, accounting, information technology, grants processes, facilities, and workplace services. Formerly, he served as Vice President and Chief Investment Officer for The Nature Conservancy, where he worked for nearly 15 years. While at the Conservancy, Craig managed $2 billion of investment assets, which primarily consisted of the Conservancy’s endowment for conservation lands, capital for conservation projects as well as planned giving investments.

Prior to his stint as CIO, Craig served as Chief Financial Officer for the Marguerite Casey Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting the aspirations of working people and their families. Craig is a graduate of Wharton Business School as well as the University of Oregon. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), had attained the Certified Investment Management AnalystSM (CIMA®) designation, and was admitted to the Oregon State Bar.

Craig is a committed volunteer who serves on board advisory committees of the Sempervirens Fund and the San Francisco Zen Center. In his free time, Craig is an avid meditator and enjoys long, ambling walks in nature.