How to Write Government Grant Proposals & Maximize Their Impact
Learn to write compelling government grant proposals that engage your community, leverage public/private partnerships, and increase equity.
Join us on July 21st at 2 PM EST/11 AM PDT for an in-depth fireside chat with Certified Grant Management Specialist James Ha, CEO of eCivis, and Sedale Turbovsky, CEO of OpenGrants. The conversation will feature three public sector leaders at various levels to weigh in with practical insights on the grant funding process and lessons from their experiences.
With an unprecedented flow of federal stimulus funding out there, now is the time for public sector leaders to think creatively to win funding and deliver improved outcomes in their communities. This conversation will cover:
Best practices to construct a compelling grant proposal
How governments and private sector partners can best collaborate
Establishing community feedback loops
Increasing equity & access in the grants process
Who Should Attend
Public sector leadership including city managers, economic development leads, special district leadership, City Counsel members, and CBOs.
Private sector leaders including grant professionals who want to learn how to engage with the public sector.
About the Speakers
James is the President and Chief Executive Officer at eCivis. He is responsible for guiding the company’s strategic direction and oversees all facets of business operations. Over the past decade, James has thoughtfully combined innovative technology and collaborative strategies with public sector leaders and grant professionals to revolutionize grants management in the United States. His leadership has transformed eCivis, ultimately leading to its acquisition by GTY Technology Holdings (NASDAQ: GTYH) in September 2018.
Sedale Turbovsky is the CEO and co-founder of OpenGrants, a venture-backed startup focused on building modern infrastructure for funding. He has been an entrepreneur since childhood. After honing his leadership skills as an outdoor guide in his younger years, he started his professional career as an independent consultant focused on delivering data products and digital strategies to enterprise clients in South America.
He is experienced in independent grant writing and public/private partnerships at the highest level, having worked directly with OpenGrants’ current strategic partner, Momentum.