Data Management Analyst III, Program Development and Evaluation Center
Diane Craig joined the Program Development and Evaluation Center (PDEC) as coordinator of statistical research in January 2008. Craig's areas of expertise are data collection and analysis, survey research, benchmarking, and project management (including change management and communication).
Craig has a B.A. in Criminal Justice and an M.A. in Political Science from the University of Florida. Prior to her current role, Craig worked with UF Bridges, where she served as the communications team lead for the PeopleSoft/ERP project and later as an IT project manager and data analyst.
Craig's previous UF employment includes the Florida Survey Research Center (1991-1995), the Division of Sponsored Research (1992-1997), the Office of the Provost (1997-1998), and the Center for Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (1998-2003).
Craig helped design and co-authors the Center’s Top American Research Universities, a widely used national benchmarking tool for university administrators and institutional researchers.
Prior to working for UF, Craig was a political consultant in Washington, D.C. and a private investigator in Delray Beach, FL.