CONTRACTING GRANT WRITERS
COURSE #30518730 Is your organization in the grant cycle? Are you wondering how to even participate in grant funding? There is a lot more to the process than filling out paperwork. Learn from expert Jarrett Ransom, President and CEO of The Rayvan Group. In this discussion, conducted by the American Nonprofit Academy, topics dealing with grant writing are explored. Specifically, how can a nonprofit organization work with a contracted grant writer and expect results for the investment.
This course covers:
- In-House vs Contracted grant writer relationships
- What does a grant writer actually do in order to get a grant application submitted
- Costs associated with a contracted grant writer
- Time frame and workflow involved in the grant writing process
- Managing expectations
- Measuring success
- Researching grant opportunities
American Nonprofit Academy
About The Instructor
The American Nonprofit Academy supports the nonprofit sector with education, informational tools and resources that ignite success. We bring leadership, education, connectivity and collaboration to the nonprofit community. In this course, the American Nonprofit Academy hosts an in depth conversation with an expert. Learn the latest information designed to move your nonprofit organization forward in this conversational format.
Interview with Jarrett Ransom, The Rayvan Group.
Jarrett started The Rayvan Group in 2009 and brings more than 15 years’ experience with international, national and local organizations, including Girls Golf of Phoenix, Habitat for Humanity, the Paraiso Project and St. Mary's Food Bank. She has successfully managed development and communications functions for more than 10 campaigns with a combined goal totaling $6 million.
She is passionate about creating community, empowering others to see and exceed their full potential, and crafting compelling stories in support of mission-driven organizations.
Jarrett holds an MBA in business from the University of Phoenix and Certificate of Grant Writing from The Grantsmanship Center Institute. Awards include Greater Phoenix Athena Nominee, AmAZing Women of Arizona recipient and the Global Women's Summit Leadership Award.