November 8, 2022 | 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. | Artisha Lawson & Zach Huber | Registration coming soon
Explore how to leverage grants to sustain your nonprofit, how to be a competitive grant seeker and how to find grant opportunities. Build your knowledge and understanding of how grant seeking and writing works. Local grant writing and grant monitoring professionals will cover different aspects of application steps and terms that a grant seeker will want to know. This is an introductory course. It is geared toward individuals who have little or no grant writing experience and individuals who are seeking ways to make their nonprofit organization more sustainable.
About the Presenters:
Artisha Lawson became a program officer at the Greater Toledo Community Foundation in 2019. Artisha’s prior experience includes over a decade of nonprofit work as a community organizer at Padua Center, outreach specialists at Habitat for Humanity, grant-writer and volunteer manager at Boy Scouts of America just to name a few. She earned two Bachelor’s degrees in Communications: Journalism, Radio and Television from Central State University and Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from Lourdes University. Click here to view Artishas LinkedIn profile.
Zach Huber is a business specialist librarian in the Small Business and Nonprofit Department for the Toledo Lucas County Public Library system. Prior to joining the Library in 2019, Zach worked in the nonprofit sector for 6 years at both large and small nonprofit organizations in the areas of marketing and fundraising including both grant-seeking and grant administration. He received his Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Ohio University in 2013 and his Master of Library and Information Science from Kent State University in 2016.