Want to know how to effectively manage your grants department with a lean team?
In this 1 hour special workshop hosted by Instrumentl, you’ll be able to leverage automation and cloud systems, facilitate cross-departmental collaboration, and create basic workflows and plug-and-play grant templates.
By the end of this one-hour workshop with Sheleia Phillips, you’ll learn:
- How to leverage automation and cloud systems to support their day-to-day grant operations (e.g. prospecting, management, etc.).
- How to facilitate cross-departmental collaboration for grant writing success.
- How to create basic workflows and plug-and-play grant templates to make the grant writing process more efficient.
All registrants will receive a recording and copy of the presentation slides after the workshop. Instrumentl is also offering every live attendee personalized grant recommendations for their nonprofit.
This presentation is ideal for grant writers and consultants that work with or for organizations with small teams and seeking to increase productivity and leveraging their human and financial capital to find, write, submit, and manage grants!
NOTE: Instrumentl helps US-based 501c3s with at least a 90K operating budget, or consultants supporting such clients. If you are based internationally, you must have a US-affiliated chapter and 501c3 status to find this workshop helpful.
Sheleia Phillips is the Founder and Principal Consultant of SMP Nonprofit Consulting. A servant leader, She has dedicated herself to the growth and development of nonprofits for the past six years. A graduate from Saint Louis University College of Public Health and Social Justice, she is equipped with advanced training in public health, program design, and public policy regarding maternal and child health. She has an affinity for research thus making her an advocate for implementing evidence-based approaches. She has secured and co-authored over $3 million dollars in grant awards for youth development, education, and health programs. She is also a grant reviewer for federal agencies such as the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Don’t delay, save your spot in this grant workshop today.
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