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Writing to Win Federal Grant Application Peer Review Points
About Our Speaker(s)
Dr. Beverly A. Browning

Dr. Beverly Browning ("Dr. Bev") brings over four decades of experience to her speaking events.  She has assisted clients and event attendees in strengthening the capacity of their professional acumen and organizational capacity.  As a high profile grants consultant, Dr. Bev is credited with more than $430 million in contract and grant awards.  She is the author of 42 publications and is in high demand for facilitating training programs and delivering keynote speeches nationwide and internationally.

Dr. Bev is an independent consultant and also the Director of the Grant Writing Training Foundation.  In 2011, she became a member of the eCivis, Inc., family when she was offered the opportunity to start a new services division.  In 2015, Dr. Bev trademarked Be the Shining Light™, a motivational keynote speech theme that is being developed into a workbook and workshops for individuals seeking personal and professional life-changes. In 2016, she was appointed Vice President of Client Capacity Building with eCivis, Inc.



Writing to Win Federal Grant Application Peer Review Points (CDP561G)

Event Information
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Product Format
Pre-recorded Webinar
Presenter(s)
Dr. Beverly A. Browning
Conference Date
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Aired Time
This event is available all day on conference date
Length
60 minutes
Event Description

The Key Elements of an Award-Winning Federal Grant Application!

Rejection notices from federal and state funding agencies are difficult to accept for all grant seekers.  In the grants industry, it’s not about how many grant applications you write and submit every year; it’s about how many you win for your employer or client.  Write better!  Win more!  Focus on what counts for the peer reviewers and how to make their reading the grant application an easy and expedited process. All of these grant writing-related insights ultimately lead to more money for your organization or clients.

In this webinar, Dr. Beverly A. Browning, 43-year grants industry consultant, will share her experiences (since 1992) reviewing federal grant applications and what peer review team members expect to read in an award winning document. This webinar will take you through the maximum criteria needed to win more grant awards.

You will know how to read a Notice of Funding Availability and quickly pull out the mandatory requirements and technical sections and spin them back into an award winning grant application. Learn from an expert who has secured millions of dollars in funded government grant and contract awards, and who has advised others how to win more in the government grant seeking game.

Session Highlights:

  • Write to the highest level of government grant application reviewer’s expectations
  • Revealing several common misconceptions in grant writing
  • What do grant application peer reviewers look for when recommending grant applications for funding?
  • Why involve elected officials in the grant seeking process?
  • How important are collaborative partners upfront before the grant application is funded?
  • If my grant application narrative and budget section was flawless, why didn’t my organization or client win a grant award?
  • Is written feedback from government peer review panel members all that caused my organization or client to lose this grant funding opportunity?

Session Benefits:

In this session, you’ll get:

  • Increased awareness about how to write your grant applications for peer reviewers
  • Increased awareness of how to use a page count to point ratio to determine how much to write in each section of your grant application narrative
  • Increased understanding of the importance of asking your elected officials for the final “push” with government grant making agencies
  • Increased awareness of the importance of becoming a government peer reviewer

Who should attend?

  • Grant writers of all skill levels and tenure in the grants industry
  • Proposal writers
  • Any grant writing team members including volunteers
  • Nonprofit grants staff
  • Unit of municipal government grants staff and others designated to research and write grant applications to government agencies
  • Nonprofit Board of Directors members that sit on the Grants Committee
 

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