About Craig


Craig joined Transaction Services as an intern from Syracuse University. He started full-time in the PwC New York office. He switched groups the following year within Transaction Services to focus on Capital Markets. He took a three-month sabbatical from the firm in 2011 to work with a non-profit in Los Angeles, CA , and is currently on a global mobility assignment at PwC Mexico as a manager.

Craig's story

  • 2012 Began global mobility assignment with PwC Mexico
  • 2011 Began a 3 month sabbatical from PwC to work with Metro Kidz
  • 2010 Switched groups within Transaction Services to focus on Capital Markets
  • 2009 Started full time with PwC in the New York Metro office
  • 2008 Joined Transaction Services as an intern from Syracuse University

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  • Q: How did your transition to Capital Markets go, and how is that going for you now?

    A: After my second year, I had a project in the Capital Markets group, and felt it would be a much better fit for me. I spoke with a partner about my interest in Capital Markets and he immediately added me to some new projects. I loved traveling and visiting client sites and being a part of a team.

  • Q: How has PwC helped you grow personally and professionally?

    A: I believe doing things like my sabbatical, going abroad to PwC Mexico and learning a language, or even switching groups has added to my personal brand and has widened my playing field. I have had so many diverse experiences at the firm.

  • Q: Could you describe your three-month sabbatical in Los Angeles?

    A: In high school I started working with a nonprofit that had a focus on children called Metro Kidz, and continued to volunteer with them throughout college. In 2010, I heard about PwC’s sabbatical program and thought I could really take advantage of it if I was eligible for it, and change some children’s lives in LA. It's an amazing program, as I still got paid 20% of my salary and retained all my benefits, which I think speaks to the emphasis PwC places on this program. People were passionate about helping me participate in the program and were very supportive and flexible.

  • Q: Do you have any advice for students looking to start their careers at PwC?

    A: I would give them the same advice I have always lived by - don’t make it about the bottom line. You’re early in your career and you should make the experience about finding out exactly what you like and what you don’t like.