My name is Craig Wiroll. I currently work for the Sundance Institute in Los Angeles as part of the Stories of Change team.
P.M. (pre-Mozilla) I worked at The White House as part of the Domestic Policy Council in Washington D.C. Prior to working in Washington, I received my Master of Public Administration degree at University of Oregon with hopes of inspiring a new generation of community leaders, pushing for sustainable & equitable policies, and making communities informed, empowered, and resilient. I also received a BA in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
My passion involves being active in community & public service— through storytelling, policy, organizing, and more.
In 2015, I was granted a fellowship to live, work, and learn in Thailand with Save Elephant Foundation. I have previous experience across all sectors – public, private, and nonprofit (technology, entertainment, software, environmental, government) – and I’m extremely interested in the efficiency cross-sectoral partnerships can provide.
I enjoy creating media of all kinds as well as volunteering. Check out my pages to learn a little bit about my unique experiences, my passions, and my personality.