Rachel Waterman has over 25 years of community development and grant writing experience, is Grant Professional Certified (GPC), a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), a Grant Professionals Association (GPA) Approved Trainer, and an expert in grant management. She holds a Master’s degree in community and economic development with a concentration in applied social research from Illinois State University and a Bachelor’s degree in international studies from Barry University.
Her career has encompassed a broad spectrum of professional experiences, including serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer, nonprofit executive director, community organizer, city master planner, researcher, and Mayor of the city of Lake Worth Beach, Florida.
Rachel is CEO and Founder of GDS Grants. She is responsible for client strategy, new program & budget development, data tracking systems, outcome measures and data analysis.
Rachel also oversees the GDS Professional Development Program and personally coaches GDS interns, fellows and mentees.
Reach out to Rachel:
- Episode #163: 5 Proven Steps to Actually Find the Best-Fit Federal Grants: Click here
- Episode #161: How Grant Research Can Be a Service You Offer Nonprofit Clients: Click here
- Episode #142: Where to Find the Best-Fit Grant: Click here
- Episode #140: Grant Language Made Easy: Click here
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