Victor McCraw is an accomplished leader and organizational trainer with over 32 years of dedicated public service. His expertise is hard-earned; the result of both successes and lessons learned under critical and sometimes unforgiving conditions. His career experience includes assignments as a Highway Patrol Trooper, SWAT Team Crisis Negotiator, Air Rescue Helicopter Paramedic Sergeant, Phoenix area Highway Patrol District Commander (5th largest U.S. metro area), and Senior NFL Public Safety Official for the Arizona Cardinals. Vic has more than 10 years of executive management experience in top-level assignments as a state police Operational Training Commander, Executive Officer of the Arizona Law Enforcement Academy, and Director of Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training. His leadership has included national and local executive board positions with the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST), National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), National Latino Peace Officers Association (NLPOA), and NAACP.
Vic received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Safety Administration from Grand Canyon University, is a graduate of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Leadership in Police Organizations course, and a proud member of the 249th Session of the FBI National Academy. He researches the latest human performance improvement techniques and strategies in Boise State University’s Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning graduate program.
Victor McCraw is the owner of Green Knight Consulting LLC and an instructor/facilitator of Legacy Business Cultures. Victor shares his real-world experience resolving dynamic challenges, often under contentious circumstances, to help clients align their organizational culture with their mission, vision and values. He has a firsthand appreciation for the power of productive interpersonal engagement to develop the types of relationships, partnerships, businesses and communities that we need to succeed together.