2012-2013 District 5490 Governor Craig Wilson    Craig Wilson has been a Rotarian for 28 years.  Craig is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin Law School. Upon graduation from law school, Craig moved to Milwaukee, where he practiced law for 10 years. He then began a 22 year career in law, trust and banking when he and his family moved to Arizona in 1984.
Craig’s service to Rotary includes currently serving as the District Fundraising Chair for The Rotary Foundation; District Paul Harris Society chairman.  He was District vice Governor 2015-16; President of Phoenix 100; is a member of the Water and Sanitation Rotary Action Group (WASRAG); PETs and RLI facilitator; member of various committees for his club and our district. Craig was team leader on the GSE trip to Australia in 2009.
He was a part of the district 5490 delegation to Kenya in 2008; in 2012 returned to Kenya to celebrate the completion of the second major water and sanitation project in that country and in 2015 visited again to collaborate on the completion of the third water project and inspect a possible fourth.
Craig has participated in polio immunization drives in Caborca; wheelchair distributions in Puebla, Taxco and Cuernavaca MX.
Craig is also a major donor and PHS member of the Rotary Foundation.
He continues to serve the larger community as a Director for Progress Through Business a non-profit dedicated to helping employers improve the long-term economic stability and well being of their low-income employees and his other past community service includes the National Conference for Community and Justice (1997-2004, Chair 2000-02), Board of Directors of Barrow Neurological Foundation (1986-2004), the American Hydrogen Association; Bark Lake, WI Volunteer Fire Department (1977-84, Assistant Chief and EMT) and he endured two years in the U.S. Army in 1969-70.
Craig is married to Mary, and they live in Anthem, AZ. They have three children and five grandchildren.