Founder, Researcher, Analyst, The Digital Mental Health Project
Craig A. DeLarge is a digital healthcare strategist, and founder of The Digital Mental Health Project. A project to support the accelerated and responsible adoption of digital technology in the mental health space.
He has held a variety of marketing and digital health roles throughout his career with Takeda Pharma, Merck, Novo Nordisk, GSK, J&J, Communications Media, Inc, IMS Health and the (U.S.) National Alliance on Mental Illness. His core expertise are in the areas of customer & business development, strategy & communications, and the topic of digital mental health.
He has spoken, taught & lectured in marketing, strategy, change leadership & communications at Philadelphia University, St. Joseph’s University, Chestnut Hill College, Drexel University, Penn State and at myriad industry conferences.
He has degrees in Marketing from Philadelphia University (BSc), and Design Management (MBA) from the University of Westminster (UK). He is also a candidate Public Health Masters student at Kings College, London, starting September 2018.