*Workshop rescheduled from original date of December 3rd, 2020*
Join NPL alumni Amna Raja and Lindsay Kijewski for a workshop on best practices for writing grants and evaluation from a funder’s perspective. Open to anyone in the NPL and SP2 communities interested in developing grant writing skills.
Register via Zoom.
Lindsay is an instructor in the Nonprofit Leadership program, teaching governance. She works with the New York-based SeaChange Capital Partners, managing the SeaChange-Lodestar Fund for Nonprofit Collaboration, as well as supporting the Greater Philadelphia Nonprofit Repositioning Fund and national nonprofit sustained collaboration field-building initiatives. Before joining SeaChange, she held positions as a Social Impact Fellow with the University of Pennsylvania Center for High Impact Philanthropy and as Program Coordinator for Penn’s MS in Nonprofit Leadership. During her time at Penn, Lindsay focused on strategic planning, design and delivery of leadership development curriculum, and program expansion. Lindsay began her career at the University of Virginia Alumni Association, managing a portfolio of alumni affinity groups and their volunteer boards. In her free time, she is a co-chair of the Penn Nonprofit Leadership Alumni Association, and enjoys hiking and running. Lindsay holds a Master of Science in Nonprofit Leadership from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction from the University of Virginia.
Amna Raja is the Sponsored Projects Officer at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She is an experienced leader in non-profits and international development project management and recently relocated to the US. Her expertise is in grants management, business operations, and project planning, effective communication, and grants budget management with a winning track record of multi-million dollar grants by DFID, TB REACH and others. She is a co-chair of the Penn Nonprofit Leadership Alumni Association. Amna holds a Master of Science in Nonprofit Leadership from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology from the Kinnaird College for Women.