San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
"Our firm has raised more than 45 million for clients. To become a better trainer I went back to school at UNC-Chapel Hill to obtain a P.D. in Education. My research has helped me to make courses fun, engaging, and informative.
In this course you will embrace complex and often boring topics like "grant -writing" ,"bid proposals", and "technical writing." The goal of the course is to simplify these complex topics so each participant leaves with information that increases writing confidence and gives you the necessary tools to compete and win proposals." -Derrick Drakeford, Ph.D.
Enjoy a free book with registration along with powerful information on how to impact the world through grants.
Chapter 1 Introduction- “Why Grants Matter”
Chapter 2 PAIN- “Understanding the pain points of the funder”
Chapter 3 Precision “Meticulously follow instructions”
Chapter 4 Personality “Building an Asset-Based Scope of Work”
Chapter 5 Price “Putting First Things First in the Budget”
Chapter 6 Professional “Become a Professional or hire a Professional”
Chapter 7- Conclusion “Building partnerships through grants”
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Derrick Drakeford, Ph.D., MPA
Derrick Drakeford is a Social Entrepreneur and CEO of Drakeford, Scott, and Associates LLC. and founder of Purpose University (www.learnpurpose.org) Derrick's team has raised over $45,000,000 for clients. Derrick is a former faculty member of North Carolina Central University in the Masters in Public Administration Program, and served as the Director of Freshman Studies at Shaw University. Derrick has consulted with nonprofit organizations, schools, businesses, and churches for eleven years. He has a a BS in Political Science from Bethune-Cookman University; a Masters in Public Administration from the University of North Carolina's School of Government; a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from UNC's School of Social Work; a Certificate in Proposal Writing and Fundraising for Nonprofits from the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. Derrick's doctoral reseach was on"Black Male HBCU Presidents: A Life Narrative Study" at UNC-Chapel Hill.