Kristie M. Traver has devoted the past 15 years to management and fundraising in nonprofit organizations in various staff leadership and volunteer roles. Her efforts have yielded double- and triple-digit growth in special events, grant acquisition, and individual giving programs for agencies focusing on a wide range of social matters including violence against women, youth services, legal aid, environmental groups, disability services, adoption rights, and United Ways in several parts of the country. She now consults with and trains nonprofit organizations in the areas of strategic management, fund development, grant writing, and victim advocacy.

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Jettison the Jargon for Grant Success

There is a classic scene in the movie Good Morning, Vietnam in which Robin Williams’ character, Adrian Cronauer, remarks to another character “Seeing as how the VP is such a VIP, shouldn’t we keep the PC on the QT, because if it leaks to the VC, he could end up MIA, and then we’d all…