Craig Jangula has a talent for understanding and helping to manage complex public policy issues. He brings more than a decade of experience in government and politics to his work at Jangula & Company. Prior to starting his own firm, Craig co-founded another government relations firm, where he was the account lead for clients in industries including: alcoholic beverage manufacturers, communications, and transportation.
Craig’s passion for research, community outreach, and development are combined with expertise in political campaigns and government decision-making. He spent four years in the office of MLA Mary McNeil, during which time she served as Minister of State for the Olympics and Act Now BC, Minister of Citizen Services and Minister of Children and Family Development. Craig also served as assistant to former MLA Lorne Mayencourt for several years. Additionally, Craig has run political campaigns for several provincial and nomination elections. This experience has given him invaluable insight into the inner workings of the provincial government and the best ways to get his clients’ stories in front of the right people.
In addition, Craig is an experienced event producer, managing all aspects of large trade and consumer shows.
Craig holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History, and a Masters in European Studies from UBC. He has been a proud member of the Board of Directors for the Stigma-Free Society for the past two years. In his spare time, Craig enjoys running, golfing, playing ice hockey and skiing.