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WEBINAR: Grants Managers – How to Get the Most Out of Your Foundation’s Data
July 26, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
If you’re a grants manager at a foundation, chances are you’ve touched your organization’s data in several ways, if you aren’t leading the charge personally! Fortunately, recent advancements in technology enable grants managers to do more with their data. This is particularly important when time, staff, or other resources are scarce.
Register for this live webinar, hosted by PEAK Grantmaking and facilitated by Fluxx’s Director of Impact, David Goodman, featuring Adriana Jimenez, Director of Grants Management at the ASPCA and Gwyneth Tripp, Grants & Contracts Manager at the Blue Shield of California Foundation. You’ll learn:
- How grants managers currently use data
- What challenges grants managers encounter with their organization’s data – and how to overcome them
- How a data-driven, tech-forward approach to grants management enables more collaboration and strategic decision-making foundation-wide
- Adriana Jimenez
Director of Grants Management, ASPCA
Adriana Jiménez joined the ASPCA in 2017 as Director of Grants Management. In this role she oversees several key aspects of the organization’s $14 million+ grantmaking portfolio, including: RFP development; due diligence oversight; grant approvals; and systems implementation/management. Adriana sits on the Board of Directors of PEAK Grantmaking (formerly the Grants Managers Network), and currently co-chairs its Governance Committee.
- Gwenyth Tripp
Grants and Contracts Manager, Blue Shield of California Foundation
Gwyneth Tripp is grants and contracts manager for the Foundation. In her role, she oversees the grants and contracts processes, ensuring they are efficient and user-friendly for grant applicants. Always on the hunt for practices that may enhance the Foundation’s impact, Ms. Tripp aims to cultivate a culture of inquiry and curiosity. Ms. Tripp joined the Foundation in 2004 and has played a role in core operations ever since.