Craig Spiezle is the CEO of AgeLight LLC, a strategic management consultancy focused on life stage marketing, technologies and emerging demographics. As an author and motivational speaker, he is recognized as a visionary on converging technologies and their impact to society, focusing on health, housing, human factors and employability.
Mr. Spiezle is an advisory board member of the International Federation on Aging, Governing Council on the Business Forum on Aging, and has served in advisory roles with the American Society of Aging, Corporation for National Service, Family Care Giver Alliance and the US Administration on Aging. Recent clients include; American Association of Community Colleges, Compaq Computer Corporation, Del Webb, iGrandparents, Microsoft, MSN, Pfizer and Secure Horizons.
Previously, as Microsoft Senior Director of Market & Business Development, Mr. Spiezle pioneered the Microsoft Senior Initiative along with numerous initiatives spanning international business development, relationship marketing, branding and public affairs. During his eight-year tenure at Microsoft, Spiezle led OEM marketing initiatives including, business development, partnering with technology leaders, while creating distribution channel strategies focusing on the consumer and small business markets. Prior to Microsoft, Mr. Spiezle held marketing and managerial positions with Eastman Kodak, Kenworth Truck Company and Chiat Day-Livingston advertising.
Since 1999, Mr. Spiezle has received numerous awards and recognition for his work from the White House Commission on Aging, United Nations, US Administration on Aging, the US Senate Special Committee on Aging as well as SeniorNet and GreenThumb.
Spiezle is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Photographic Sciences and holds a MBA in finance from Seattle University. Married with two sons, he resides in a suburb of Seattle.
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