My guest for this episode is Holly Rustick. World-renowned grant writing expert and Amazon bestselling author Holly Rustick coaches thousands of people every week through her top-ranking podcast, Grant Writing & Funding, books on grant writing, and inside her two signature programs: the Freelance Grant Writer Academy and the Grant Professional Mentorship, where she coaches freelance grant writers to run six-figure businesses.

Having secured millions of dollars for nonprofit organizations around the world throughout for nearly two decades, Holly has a mission to coach grant writers and grant writing consultants to grow capacity, increase funding, and to advance their mission.

Holly has an MA in International Political Economy, is a past president of the Guam Women’s Chamber of Commerce, a former university instructor, and an unapologetic feminist. Holly lives on the island of Guam with her beautiful daughter, Isabella.

Here’s what to expect during the episode:

  • What benefits do nonprofits gain from hiring a grant writer?
  • How can a skilled grant writer contribute to the success of a nonprofit organization?
  • What role do organizational culture and values play in retaining grant writers in a nonprofit setting?
  • How do grant writers determine their fees, and what factors influence their pricing?
  • What essential qualifications and experience should you look for when hiring a grant writer for your organization?

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Join Holly’s Freelance Grant Writer Academy to quit your toxic nonprofit job and replace your full-time income while writing grants from home. Click here.

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Mary’s book is available on Amazon or wherever books are sold: Love Your Board! The Executive Directors’ Guide to Discovering the Sources of Nonprofit Board Troubles and What to Do About Them.

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