A grant writer is defined as a writer, analyst, strategist, and researcher. Our grant writing focuses on the specific non-profit, organization, program, and/or a clinical researcher to guide them in a successful funding plan.
Even when organizations have their own grant support, there’s often a lack of time and depth available to find more funding and fully guide a new proposal. We help all institutions and professionals who need support. The benefits of hiring a grant writer include:
Dr. McCarroll has 25 years of clinical research experience. Recently, she was the Chief Research Officer & Institutional Official at a health sciences university. She has experience writing for federal (NIH, NSF, PCORI, NASA, HUD, SAMHSA, DOT, SBIR, DOE, HRSA, CMS, USDA, etc.) and non-federal grants for non-profit and for-profit clients with experience in healthcare, clinical research, space medicine, medical education, higher education, community development, and workforce development.
Her top two CliftonStrengths are execution and relationships. These strengths facilitate programs to capitalize and monetize their ideas to make them happen. Examples include:
We develop priority funding matrices to assist non-profit organizations to strategically apply for federal and non-federal funding to supporting their initiatives. The matrix provides a general landscape view of funding possibilities as well as helps to narrow a scope of work. In addition, the matrix may also uncover aspects not fully realized prior to the research. Essentially, a funding matrix is a good centerpiece for discussion and strategy building for:
"Dr. McCarroll demonstrates an exceptional capacity to listen, interpret, and articulate the priorities aligned with achieving desired objectives. She is extremely competent, personable, and thoughtful in her approaches to enhance our efforts toward servicing Veterans and families within rural communities."
- Fredell Butler, Lighthouse Community Development Corporation