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.
Every type of grant application or proposal requires a narrative section on why your organization is in need of grant funding. While your writing is based on research findings, gaps in services, and other supporting evidence, how well do you present this in your funding request? Is your wording compelling enough to justify a grant award? Do you know how to write a case statement that combines dire needs with a compassionate appeal for help?
In this webinar, expert speaker Dr. Beverly A. Browning will talk about the critical points you must include in your grant application's statement of need narrative. This must-include components have been proven to lead to higher levels of consideration for grant awards. You will know how to increase awareness about the importance of the statement of need narrative content and understand why it is necessary to include relevant and current research findings in the statement of need. Also, learn how to get increased ability to write right in your statement of need narrative, and how to avoid circular reasoning which can lead to a failed funding request.
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