Gregory L. Craig


Gregory Craig is a 30-year US energy industry veteran and noted Entrepreneur. Mr. Craig conceived, launched, and helmed wholesale energy trader Cook Inlet Energy, growing it to over $3 billion in US revenue, ultimately selling it to Macquarie Bank to form their US wholesale operations. He went on to lead a successful business turnaround as Chairman and CEO of publicly traded US Retailer Commerce Energy. Most recently, Mr. Craig was Co-Founder, CEO, and Board Member of Griddy Energy, a disruptive tech-based energy retailer and first to market with an app-driven, real time wholesale, subscriptionbased model for retail electricity. Additionally, Mr. Craig served as CEO of Star Energy Partners, an East Coast residential electric provider. Mr. Craig was selected to advise several US Energy Secretaries and was a Presidential Appointee and 3- year advisor to US President Bill Clinton. Mr. Craig has been Chairman of the Board of the Price Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at UCLA Anderson for over 10 years where he is “Entrepreneur-in-Residence,” and is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Junior Achievement. Mr. Craig lives in Los Angeles, California and has one daughter, a sophomore in college and an international volleyball player for the U.S.