Craig Norberg-Bohm, is a senior member of our field, starting off in 1977, when he first attended the 3rd National Conference on Men and Masculinity. Life changed. And Craig has been an inventor, mentor and leader in our field ever since. Craig recently retired from 15 years working with Jane Doe Inc., The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence. where he was founder and past director of Jane Doe Inc.’s Massachusetts White Ribbon Day Campaign. In 1978, Craig was one of the founders of RAVEN (Rape and Violence End Now) in St. Louis, Missouri, one of the earliest men's centers in the U.S. established to engage men to end men's violence against women. Craig is a founder and past co-chairperson for the North American MenEngage Network, a chapter of The Global MenEngage Alliance. He is also currently president of Community Works, a fundraising federation made up of cooperating social justice organizations across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Craig is the Operations Manager for MERGE for Equality, currently offering training on Developing Healthy Boys for Early Childhood Educators.
In addition, Craig consults with organizations on strategy for engaging men and boys and pursues mentorship and coaching for individuals entering the field.