Grant Implementation: You Got the Grant- What’s Next?
Instructor: Angelie Singla | Thursdays 6:00pm - 8:00pm| Apr. 17, 24; May 1 | $100 | Course Code: TBD
This course will provide a detailed overview of the grant cycle from award to implementation. Receiving the grant is not the end of the road; after you’re done celebrating your hard work, it is crucial to know what happens next. Learn how to manage the grant timeline and work flow, develop relationships with all involved, and how to monitor grant funds.
- Learn how to report on outcomes and/or deliverables.
- Identify how to ensure proper budget management within the grant requirements.
- Explore how proper communication and reporting can strengthen relationships with funders and potentially leading to future funding.
About the Instructor:
Angelie Singla, MSW is a development professional with over ten years of experience in the non-profit sector. Currently, she is the Director of Institutional Giving at Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City. She is responsible for retaining and growing the existing portfolio of foundation and government partnerships.
Previously, as Assistant Director, Program and Resource Development at the Fund for Public Health in New York, Angelie submitted several successful federal, state, foundation and corporate grant applications ranging from $40,000 to $15.5 million. While in graduate school, she worked at Palladia, Inc., UJA-Federation of New York, Sakhi for South Asian Women, and Coalition for Asian American Children and Families. Prior to that, she was a Site Director/Parent Coordinator at the Queens Community House, where she developed and facilitated programs, classes, and workshops for students, parents and staff.
Prior to her work in the non-profit sector, she was the Director of Operations for a company that owns airport concessions. Angelie is the Co-Chair of the Scholarship Committee of the New York City Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. She has served on the Board of Directors of Community Mediation Services and as a Team Leader for the Grants Advisory Committee of the New York Women's Foundation. She earned a MSW in Social Enterprise Administration from Columbia University and a BA in Management from Pace University.
*All participants are required to pay a one-time $20 registration fee each semester.