Travis Craddock

Associate Director of Development
Knowledge Exchange for Resilience

Tempe Campus


Travis Craddock (he/she/they/ze) is a native Arizonan and an accomplished fundraising and nonprofit professional. In 2020, Travis was awarded the prestigious Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) designation. A graduate of Arizona State University, Travis has made their return to ASU as the Associate Director of Development for the Graduate College and Knowledge Exchange for Resilience.

Travis spent the last four years as the Director of Development at the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation and the previous three as the Associate Director of Advancement at San Miguel High School, both located in Tucson, Arizona. Travis strives to empower and improve the quality of life in the communities in which they live. This is exceptionally evident from their time spent in Malawi, where they served for two years with the U.S. Peace Corps, working in education and community development.

When they are not building relationships both inside and outside of work, you can often find Travis volunteering for various causes around town, including sitting on the boards for both the Association of Fundraising Professionals and Children's Museum Tucson & Oro Valley. During their free time, you can also find them balling it up on the kickball field or tennis court, spending time with family and friends, or hiking the beautiful Sonoran Desert.


B.A. Spanish Linguistics, Barrett the Honors College, The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Arizona State University

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