GRANT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES
Grant Management Associates was founded in 2009 by Kristin Cooper, a former professor in the College of Engineering at California State University, Chico, who has over thirty years' experience designing programs as both a grant writer and project manager. Kristin also worked as a government affairs specialist and federal lobbyist. She was responsible for crafting successful bill language that established a $100 million new line of funding in the Department of Energy’s budget.
GMA uses a selective team approach attuned to each client that capitalizes on decades of collective specialized experience. Our carefully selected nationwide team of grant and funding experts provides a depth of expertise that is unmatched by any other firm, with an 87.6% funding rate. GMA deploys a systematic method of producing award winning applications that has been finely tuned over a decade of work. We are proud of the methods we have crafted and look forward to sharing them with you.
Federal Transit Administration
Shasta County Community Action Agency
California Energy Commission
GRANT & FUNDING SERVICES
Extensive research is required when identifying state or federal funding for sector specific projects.
Grant Writing Consulting
There is a reason GMA has an almost 90% winning percentage on grant applications since 2009.
SEE WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT US
"Successfully competing for grants starts with the application process. Your chances of winning a grant are directly related to the quality of the written applications. If you want to improve your competitive position, there is no better way than to engage Grant Management Associates. They deliver!"
Marco Aieta, Senior Vice President
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GRANT FUNDING UPDATES & OPPORTUNITIES
May 13, 2021
American Rescue Plan (ARP) Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief
U.S. Department of Education (ED) announced plans to distribute $800 million to help support the needs of students experiencing...
May 13, 2021
(RFIs) to gather stakeholder input on workforce development programs and expanding community solar.
DOE Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) issued two requests for information (RFIs) to gather stakeholder input on workforce...