Craig Norberg-Bohm is a consultant in private practice.
Craig is the founder of Jane Doe Inc.’s Massachusetts White Ribbon Day Campaign. He recently retired after working for the past 15 years for Jane Doe Inc.’s Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.
Craig is currently co-chairperson and co-founder for the North American MenEngage Network, a chapter of the Global MenEngage Alliance.
He is past-president of the board of directors for Emerge, a program for offenders of domestic violence. He is also the current president of Community Works, a fundraising federation made up of cooperating social justice organizations across Massachusetts.
Craig is a founder of RAVEN (Rape and Violence End Now) in St. Louis, MO, which began in 1978 and is one of the earliest men’s centers in the U.S. established to engage men to end men’s violence against women.
Craig consults currently on organizational methods, community engagement strategy, primary prevention, and education models for engaging men and boys.
- Massachusetts White Ribbon Day Campaign
- North American MenEngage Network