Stacy brings the knowledge and experience gained from over 20 years of grant writing, research, review, management and reporting to clients to increase their grant writing and retention success rates and streamline their grant management procedures. Stacy started her grant career as Virginia’s first Violence Against Women Act STOP Grant Administrator in 1995. Since then she has been chosen by numerous state and federal government departments to provide her programmatic expertise and eye for detail to assist in making grant determinations through grant review panels, reviewing over 1,000 grant applications.
She has written successful U.S. Department of Justice, National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Education, and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services grant proposals for nearly $25 million, in addition to many state and local government and foundation grants.
As both a state grant administrator and as a grants manager for two statewide nonprofit organizations, Stacy has provided countless local and state entities with grant writing, program management, grant reporting, and programmatic and financial grant management assistance and training. She is skilled at various grant submission and reporting databases, such as grants.gov. In 2015 she received her Grant Professional Credential (GPCI) from the national Grant Professionals Association and has served on the local chapter board since 2012.
Stacy has a BA in Psychology and an MS in Family Studies. Currently she is a freelance writer, trainer, and grant consultant based out of Richmond, Virginia. Stacy has worked with WWG since 2011.