In 1997, Kraig founded a boutique technology company called IsoDynamic. Since then, he has personally managed the delivery of over 400 technology and educational projects. From complex healthcare Web applications to e-Learning courses on autism to virtual field trips for Colonial Williamsburg, Smithsonian Folkways, and The Bronx Zoo. For customers like Abbott Laboratories, the Washington University in St. Louis, Iverson Genetics, Johns Hopkins University, The University of Texas, McCann Worldgroup, Oracle, and Sprint.
Kraig has a B.S. from Stanford University in Mathematical and Computational Sciences, an MBA from The University of Chicago with a Specialization in Marketing, eight years in Brand Management running businesses like Celeste Pizza and Gravy Train with the Quaker Oats Company (now Pepsico), and over 20 years running IsoDynamic.
He is an avid pianist and tennis player. And just for fun is learning Spanish, guitar, and drums through online courses.
After twenty years practicing law and working in business, Rich has transitioned to his lifelong passion of creative work. Since 2010, he has designed websites and created e-Learning courses in autism for parents, cognitive behavior therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy for depression, and various other courses. In addition, he has designed several company logos and produced several music videos for personal projects.
Rich has a B.S. in Finance from Northern Illinois University, and a J.D., with Honor, from DePaul University College of Law. He joined the IsoDynamic team in 2010.
He loves photography, oil painting, and writing music. Learning Italian and violin keep him busy in the off hours.