If you are a grant writer, or aspiring grant writer during this pandemic, you probably have some questions.
That’s why I asked Dr. Beverly Browning and Rodney Walker to join me on the live, virtual stage so we could answer your questions!
Here are some questions you asked and we answered:
- What have you taken away from some of your failures in not getting a grant for a client if any?
- What grant funding certification body would you recommend for an aspiring grant writer?
- I seem to be frequently caught between not having enough income when my client level is down, to being overwhelmed with too many at once for one person when I ramp up my outreach. But this doesn’t happen consistently enough for me to hire anybody. How have some of you balanced that?
- What advice do you have for someone just starting in the grant world (one grant written)? How do you show your worth for potential jobs with little to no experience?
If you want to hear some feedback on these questions AND MORE, be sure to listen to the podcast!
A big thanks to my collaborating colleagues! If you want to hear Part 1 of these panel, click here.
Resources from this episode:
Dr. Beverly Browning Bio:
Dr. Browning is the author of 43 grants-related publications, including six editions (over 1 million books sold) of Grant Writing For Dummies™ (Wiley.com). Dr. Browning is Founder and Director of the Grant Writing Training Foundation and CEO for Bev Browning, LLC. Browning has assisted clients and workshop participants throughout the United States in receiving awards of more than $500 million.
Rodney Walker’s Bio:
Rodney Walker is president of Grant Central USA, a grant development training firm that is internationally known for helping organizations land six-figure and seven-figure grants and shave months off the time it takes for them to get funded. He oversees an elite network of approved licensees who deliver today’s leading training in grant development systems.