About Ann Ronan, Ph.D.
Hello! I’m the founder of GrantRight.com. I bring you 17 years of recognized experience in designing innovative health, educational and social service projects. I specialize in writing governmental grants. My most recent projects focused on AIDS prevention, domestic violence, smoking cessation, end-of-life care and spirituality in medical education.
I have assisted clients throughout the United States in receiving awards of up to $12,000,000 in the last eight years. My clients are served successfully by phone, fax, email and express mail. I’m available to travel to your site if you prefer.
I previously worked with Brown University and Loma Linda University as a Director of Academic Development. I hold a Ph.D. in Adult Education and enjoy coaching others to become successful grant writers.
I look forward to working with you!
* Ann has been appointed as the California State Representative of the American Association of Grant Professionals (www.grantprofessionals.org).
* National Recognition:
LOCAL PROFESSIONAL IS NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED
WITH THE FIRST STANDARDS-BASED GRANTS CREDENTIAL
Ann Ronan, Ph.D., owner of GrantRight.com has earned a nationally recognized credential in the grants field with the first cohort ever to do so. The recognition is conferred by the Grant Professionals Certification Institute, Inc. (GPCI, pronounced “gypsy”), an affiliate of the American Association of Grant Professionals (AAGP). Dr. Ronan is one of 170 certified grant designers and managers who were conferred the “GPC” title as Grant Professional Certified after the history-making first offering of the GPC exam. The credential recognizes proficiency in standards that include tenure in the profession, education, demonstrated achievement and a commitment to service for public and private philanthropy.
“The past decade of activity by the American Association of Grant Professionals shows this field now requires skills far beyond just the staff-level ‘writer’ role,” said GPCI President Marcia Ford. “Today, grant professionals are held accountable not just by their employers, but especially by charitable and corporate foundations and governments. They are called upon to negotiate elaborate collaborations between groups that can leverage more productivity than a single agency or advocacy group could manage on its own. They come from many walks,” she said, “and are more likely to have nonprofit management and program development skills than the typical proposal writer from the last generation.”
Dr. Ronan, formally of Brown University and Loma Linda Medical Center, founded Grantright.com in 2000. Since then, she has assisted hospitals, governmental agencies and large non-profits in receiving awards of more than $10,000,000. Her clients say that she makes the grant writing process “an uncharacteristically enjoyable experience” for everyone involved.
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