GRANT WRITING MADE EASY
This free 1-hour grant writing class will teach you the basics of grant writing and some advanced strategies that will help you level up your grant writing skills to win bigger grants than ever.
Learn how our grant writing consultancy uses these exact strategies to win our clients everything from small foundation grants to million-dollar federal grants.
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Krista Kurlinkus, Ph.D.
Founder and Principal of Write Good-Grant Writing and Communications for the Greater Good
As the founder and principal of Write Good-Grant Writing & Communications for the Greater Good, Krista has won millions in grants as a consultant for a wide variety of nonprofits, government institutions, and academic researchers an institutions.
Krista's mission is to help visionaries and changemakers like you do more good in the world. Krista earned her Ph.D. in English-Rhetoric, Composition and Literacy Studies from The Ohio State University where she won a University Fellowship and the Corbett Fellowship. She was also recognized by the university as an outstanding research mentor for her work with the Appalachian Project, Ohio; awarded the university's Alice Paul Award for her advocacy work on the West Virginia Water Crisis; and given a $50,000 research grant by the National Science Foundation.
She taught first-year composition, technical writing, and digital media composition for 6 years at a total of 3 universities.
Her Write Good podcast has been featured on Idealist Careers as a recommended resource for grant writers.