Jenene Woods Craig, Ph.D., MBA, OTR/L
Ph.D in Child and Infant Mental Health and Developmental Disorders
Master of Business Administration, University of Alaska-Fairbanks, 1988
B.S. Occupational Therapy, Medical College of Georgia, 1982
Dr. Craig is Assistant Professor and the Academic Fieldwork Coordinator at Brenau University’s School of Occupational Therapy in both the Gainesville and Norcross campuses. She began her career practicing in both adult and pediatrics and has been specialized in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) with premature infants since 1985. She was privileged to receive her NIDCAP training for NICU caregiving under the tutelage of Dr. Heidelise Als in Boston, MA. For many years, Jenene served as CEO of ‘Family Infant Connections’, a NICU consulting practice. She also served as a national speaker for the care of premature infants and families embattled in the stressful environment of the NICU.
Jenene was born in Rapid City, South Dakota but claims Augusta, Georgia as home. Her first passion is as wife and mother of six children. In her free time, Jenene is an active member of the Metro Jazz Club Band where she plays alto saxophone, and also plays oboe in her church’s orchestra. She is currently working full-time on achieving her Ph.D in Child and Infant Mental Health and Developmental Disorders.