Hampton University alumna Simone Craig has recently been selected to join the Board of Trustees of the Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC)! Craig, who earned a B.S. in Accounting from Hampton, has gone on to found her own consulting firm and beyond.
According to Morristown Green, Craig is among a group of three individuals that the MPAC selected for three-year terms. Art Corwin and Ken Lantigua were chosen along with Craig to serve on the Board.
“I’m delighted to have the opportunity to give back to the community in this way,” Craig said. “I’m very happy to be elected to the Board of Trustees of MPAC as it embarks on a path of diverse entertainment programming to a burgeoning and increasingly diverse Morris County community.”
Craig is the founder and CEO of SLC Global, a boutique accounting and wealth consulting firm created for women business owners. She also works as a capital building strategist. Outside of her firm, she often offers her expertise on money and success to private business groups and even on podcasts. She is known to help with money mindset, entrepreneurship, women in business, financial freedom, and generational wealth. She wants to drive others to create a thriving business they love, while leaving a legacy they’re proud of.
Simone Craig has established herself as a capital building strategist. Her extensive experience in the financial industry includes KPMG Peat Marwick and Prudential Financial.
Aside from her other roles, Simone has made time for the arts by serving on the Board of Directors of Art in the Atrium Inc. in Morristown, where she also lives now.
“I grew up in Morristown and have such fond memories of enjoying movies and events at The Community Theatre, as it was previously known,” said Craig.
Whether it’s her financial expertise of her love of the arts, Simone Craig is sure to have a lasting impact on the MPAC as a member of the Board of Trustees.
“On behalf of my fellow Trustees I’d like to welcome Simone, Ken and Art to the MPAC Board,” says Greg Supron, MPAC chairman. “We are thrilled that such outstanding community members and leaders will be helping to guide MPAC’s future direction.”