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									                                     - -    Faythe Canson Clark
                                                 P.O. Box 41
                                            Pittsboro, NC 27312

EDCUATION:
School Name                                         Curriculum                                  - Year Awarded
University of San Francisco                 B.S. Human Resource ~anagement                                  1987
                                            and Organizational Behavior

EXPERIENCE:
Organization
Position in Organization                             Start Date                          End Date

TOIS, LLC, Pittsboro, NC                            1 1/01/2009                          Current
Director of Business Development
Create collaborative partnerships and grant funding solutions for entrepreneurs, community organizations,
educational institutions, and government agencies that increase their ability to provide more services, create new
products and implement new goals.

Kyim Consultants                                      10/01/2003                         11/01/2009
Non-Profit Consuitant
Consulted with new non-profit organizations through writing and filing of start-up of 50 1(c)3, Board of Director's
recruitment and selection, strategic planning, program policy and procedures, creating measurable community-based
programs, program evaluation, soliciting grant funding, creating annual fund-raising events, and creating sustainable
organizations.

SacraMentor Program                                 03/01f 1 996                      1 0/01/2003
Executive Director
Created a successful 501(c)3 Community-based Mentoring program in conjunction with the Juvenile Court and
Probation Department to provide community-based court advocates and mentors to first-time, low-level juvenile
offenders as an alternative to incarceration and to address overrepresentation of minority males in the Juvenile
Justice System; reported to Board of Directors, wrote funding requests, recruited and managed oftice personnel,
designed and delivered mentor training, and promoted the program.


PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:
None


PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS:
Mid-Carolina Workforce Development Board - Chatham, Lee & Harnett Counties
Citizen's CommiMee for Grant Funding - Town of Pittsboro
Green Building Advisory Board - Chatham County


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TWINING
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
Certified Mentor
Certified Training Specialist (ASTD)
Croup Facilitator
Life Coach
Blue CrossiBlue Shield Strategic Planning/ Non-profit Management Training
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   Role         Type of     Organization     Grantor      Year      Amount       Reference     Synopsis
                 Grant        Seeking                    Awarded
                               Grant
AssisBnl      Eompetitive   Mutual         California     1999     $1,050,000   James        A Youth
writer                      Assistance     Wellness                             Johnson      Village grant
                            Network        Foundation                           916-927-     that targeted
                                                                                7694         at-risk youth
                                                                                             thru Stay-in
                                                                                             School
                                                                                             initiatives.
                                                                                             Character
                                                                                             Educations, a
                                                                                             Community
                                                                                             Garden, The
                                                                                             Villager
                                                                                             newspaper.
                                                                                             employment
                                                                                             training, and
                                                                                             parent
                                                                                             involvement.
Main Grant-   Competitive   Sacrmentor     Just Do lt      1998                 2540 S.      Violence
writer                      Program        Foundation                           Marylmd      Prevention
                                                                                Pkwy #178,   and
                                                                                LasVegas,    recreational
                                                                                NV 89109     programs for
                                                                                             youth on
                                                                                             probation.
Main Grant    Competitive   Sadentor       Sacramento      1997                 Cindy        Fund
Writer                      Program        Employment                           Sherwood-    community
                                           & Training                           Green        organizations
                                           Agency                               9 16-263-    for provide
                                           (SETA)                               3857         services to
                                                                                             youth on
                                                                                             probation.
h4ain Grant   Competitive   Sa~raMentor    Calilbrnia      1997                 Marion       Provide
Writer                      Program        Mentor                               Woods        mentor
                                           Initiative                           9 16-263-    training to
                                                                                3857         communiQ-
                                                                                             based
                                                                                             organizations.
Main Grant    Competitive   SacraMentor    California      1997                 Gary L'      Funding
Writer                      Program        Wellness                             Yates        support
                                           Foundation                           8 18-702-    community-
                                                                                1900         based
                                                                                             advocacy and
                                                                                             mentoring for
                                                                                             juvenile
                                                                                             offenders.
Main Grant    Competitive   SacraMentor    Rotary Club     1996                 Peggy A.     Non-
Writer                      Program        of                                   Crowther     discretionary
                                           Sacramento                           9 16-443-    h n d s to
                                                                                1433         support the
                                                                                             work of the
                                                                                              SacraMentor
                                                                                             Program.
Main Grant    Competitive   SacraMentor    California      1996                 Gary L.      Funding
Writer                      Pro-mm         Wellness                             Yates        support
                                           Foundation                           8 18-702-    community-
                                                                                1900         based
                                                                                             advocacy and
                                                                                             mentoring for
                                                                                             juvenile
                                                                                             offenders.
COST DETAILS:
RFI N0.40-Grant Writer                                                                               FYI Consulting, LLC




                                                   S             ~     C     K
                                                    PO Box 14827
                                                Greensboro, NC 27406


EDUCATION:




EXPERIENCE:

NOVAQUEST PHARMACEUTICAS, INC. - Morrisville, NC
Pharmaceutical Sales Specialist                                                                   08f2008- Present
Achieve territory sales objectives by promoting products to healthcare professionals in accordance with the brand
ta~eting   stratew. Provide effective coverage of targeted family and general practitioners. Other responsibilitiesinclude:
conduct symposia, film showings, exhibits and other Continuing Medical Education activities; develop and implement
Territory Business Plan; report adverse drug reactions; keep appropriate records of targeted physicians in respective
territory; provide professional public relations in accordance with approved Company policy. Develop Key Opinion
Leaders.


                                               -
ASTRAZENECA PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. Philadelphia, PA
Pharmaceutical Sales Specialist                                                          08/200§- 1212006
Manage the Greensboro territory to increase market share of product portfolio. Thoroughly apply product
knowledge to detail physicians and staff on product specific features and benefits. Design creative and effeaive
marketing strategies t o increase market share. Condua and host product specific educational physician programs
and events.

PFIZER PHARMACEUTICALS, INC, - New York, NY
Primary Care Sales Representative                                                           06f2002 - 08/2005
Manage the Greensboro territory t o increase market share of product portfolio. Use product knowledge t o detail
physicians and staff on product specific features and benefits. Design creative and effective marketing strategies
to increase market share. Conduct and host product specific educational physician programs and events.
Developed and maintained relationships with physicians t o ensure consistent and growing market share of
products.

FIRST CITIZENS BANK CO. - Greensboro, NC
Gommuniv Mortgage Banker                                                                      06/1998- 0.612002
Developed and managed a county territory for mortgage lending product volume. Established and maintained
relationships with realtors, builders and government housing agencies t o increase lending production, Delivered
effective sates presentations t o key contacts t o identify lending product needs. Conducted home buying and credit
counseling classes and mortgage seminars. Trained branch banking associates and new mortgage hires. Created
personal %&ionptans for potential homebuyers


PROFESSIONALORGANIUlrTIOlPIS:

None

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PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS:

Grant Writing Certification - 2009
Grant Consulting Certification - 2009

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING:

Mon-Profit Management - 2009

LIST OF GRANTS AWARDED:

None

COST DETAILS:




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C N A C T INFORMATION:

        ContacZ.Person's Name:          Sharon W. Flack
    =   Phone Number with area code:    336-340-6895
    =   FAX Number with area code:      336-698-0339
    @   Ernail Address:
    @   Postal Address:                  O                        C
                                        P Box 18427, Greensboro, N 27415




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                                        Dr. Duane T. Johnson
                                           OmniWorx LLC
                                         1570 Industrial Blvd.
                                          Jasper, TN 37347


Education:
UniversitC Libre de Bruxelles                  Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Florida with Honors              Ph.D. Chernical Engineering
Michigan State University with Honors          BS Chemical Engineering

Experience:
      Owner, OmniWorx LLC, Feb. 2009 - present
      -   Consulting, grant writing and technical advisor
      Chief of Technology, Green River Biodiesel, Inc. (Jun 2008 - Dec 2008)
      - Responsible for all research and new p r o d ~ ~projects
                                                          ct
      -   Responsible for glycerin sales. marketing, and research
      - Laboratory and quality assurance director
      -   Developed all lab methods and techniques
      Vice President for Research and Development & Senior Engineer. Alabama Biodiesel
      Corporation, (2007-2008)
      - Developed process and technology, and helped retrofit idle plant
      -   Assisted in selling the business for $30 million
      -   Responsible for designing and overseeing plant expansion and operations
      -   Responsible for glycerin sales. marketing. and research
      -   Responsible for all research and development projects
      - Laboratory and quality assurance director
      University of Alabama, Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, Associate
      Professor with tenure (2004 - 2007)
      - Responsible for teaching courses and developing research program
      -   Directed graduate and undergraduate student research
      -   Board member for Honors College
      Industrial Sabbatical with Alabama Biodiesel Corporation (2005 - 2007)
      - Developed, designed, built and operated large biodiesel plant
      -   Implemented quality control and assurance program.
      Southeast Regional Director of the National Institute for Global & Environmental
      Change (2004-2006)
      - Directed $2 nill lion per year research program on how global climate change affects
          the ecosystem
      - Responsible for grant procurement, contracting and administrative business
      University of Alabama, Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering, Assistant
      Professor (1 998 - 2004)
      Michigan Biotechnology Institute, Lab Technician, East Lansing, MI (1 992- 1993)
      &I& W Environmental Engineering, Lab Technician, Grand Rapids, MI (1999- 1992)
Professional Organizations:
       American Institute of Chen~icalEngineers
       American Chemical Society
       Anlerican Oil Chemist Society
       National Biodiesel Board
       Former lnember of eight other professional societies
Professional Appointments:
       National Vice President of Omega Chi Epsilon, the honor society for Chemical Engineers
       (2004 - 2006)
       Alabaina State Clean Cities Coalition and otller State governments to write State
       Legislation that was introduced on the Alabama floor this past session.
       Alabaina State Alternate Fuels Tasks Force,
       The Alabaina Governor's Advisory Council for Renewable Fuels
       Reichhold-Schumaker Assistant Professorship, University of Alabama, 200 1 - 2004
       NSF-NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship, Brussels Belgium, 1997- 1998
       NASA Graduate Student Fellowship, 1994-1 997
       Research Advisory Council, University of Alabama, (2000 - 2004)
       Computer Based Honors Advisory Council, University of Alabama, (2000-2006)
       Session Chair for National AIChE meetings, (2002 - 2005)
       Environlnental Task Force coininittee lnember for West Alabama Chamber of Commerce
Professional Development and Training:
       Grant Writing for New Faculty. presented by Tiill Anderson and the National Science
       Foundation, 0311 3/03 to 03/14/03
       NSF Slnall Business Innovative Research Proposal and Panel reviewer on eight different
       panels from 200 1 to 2006.
Lists of Grants Rewarded:
                                               Coast                   P                             -
 MGW             C             UA              NASA            200 1       $ 1 84,000   JohnWiestI   Below
 MGW             C             UA               NSF            2000
                                                                $71,550  John Wiest                  Below
 AW        /     C     I   Auburn Univ.NSF /               1   2000    /
                                                               $665,800 Bruce           1
                                     EPSCOR                              Tatarchuk
 MGW             C           UA      ADECA          2000        $91,450  John Wiest                  Below
 MGW       '     C           UA        NSF          2000        $70,490  John Wiest                  Below
 MGW             C           UA       NASA          2000         $7,125  John Wiest                  Below
 MGW             C           UA       NASA          1999        $1 0,755 John Wiest                  Below
*MGW = Main Grant Writer; AW = assistant writer, C = Competitive, NC = Non competitive,              UA =
University o f Alabama in Tuscaloosa


I. USDA, Rural Energy for America Program, Production of Biodiesel from Animal Parts, Amount:
     $2,000,000, Period of Performance: 10/01/2009 to 09/30/2019, PI
2. Alabama State department of DOE, Increasing Production Efficiencies of an Existing Biodiesel Plant,
     Amount: $65,254, Period of Performance: 9/1/2005 to 8/31/2006

3 . NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates, Establishment of a REU site within the Center for
     Materials for Information Technology at the University of Alabama, Amount: $100,014, Period of
     performance: 06/1/04 - 05/31/07, co-PI with 14 other investigators (PI Martin Bakker)

4.   Department of Energy / NIGEC, Southeast Regional Center for the National lnstitute for Global
     Environmental Change, Amount: $1,245,004, Period of Performance: 9/1/2005 t o 2/27/2006, PI

5. Department of Energy / NIGEC, Southeastern Center for the National lnstitute for Global
     Environmental Change (NIGEC), Amount: $1,213,411, Period of performance: Sept. 1 2004
                                                                                     ,                  - Aug.
     30, 2005, PI: Duane Johnson

6. EPA Region IV, Regional Recycling Center for Automotive Waste, Amount: $40,273, Period of
     Performance: 09/01/05 - 08/31/06, PI with co-Pi Samuel Addy (Business)
7. Gulf Coast Hazardous Research Substances Center, Development of a Supersaturated Dissolved
     Oxygen Probe for Non-chlorinated Bleach Substitutes, Amount: $41,635, Period of performance:
     Aug. 16, 2004 - Aug. 15,2007, PI: Duane Johnson

8. NASA EPSCoR, Interfacial Properties of Ferrofluid Droplets for Biomaterials Applications, Dollar
                                                    ,
     Amount: $184,000, Period of performance: Dec. 1 2001 -July 31, 2006, PI: Duane Johnson with co-
     PI John Wiest

9. NSF Small Grant for Exploratory Research, Experiments and Modeling of Nanoscale Pattern
     Formation in Aluminum    elect rod is solution^                            ,
                                                       PI, Total: $71,550 (May 1 2000 -June 30, 2001)

10. NSF EpSCoR, Integrated Mass and Heat Transport within Sintered Metal Microfibrous Networks, Co-I
     with six other investigators, Personal Total: $174,436 for two years, Total: $665,800 (Oct. 15, 2000 -
     May 15, 2003)

I 1 . Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, Alabama Research Initiative, Mixing and
     Nuid Instabilities in Double Layer Magnetic Tape Production, PI with Co-1's: John Wiest and Tim
     Branton (Sony Magnetic Products), Personal Share: $91,450, Total: $91,450 (Jan. 1 2000 - Dec. 31,
                                                                                      ,


12. NSF Equipment Grant, Acquisition of an Infrared Camera for Materials Processing, PI with Co-I Bill
     Epling, Total $70,490, (July 15, 2000 -July 14, 2001)
13. National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Magnetic Damping and Pattern Formation in a Crystal
    Growth Configuration, Co-l with R . Narayanan (U of Florida), and J. Vinals (Florida State), Personal
    Share: $51,330 for two years, $25,665 for each year. Total: $193,023 (May 1,1999 - Aug., 2000)
14. NASA EPSCoR Student Travel Grant 1999-2000, Student Research Visitation for Ultrasonic Doppler
    Velocimetry Measurements, Duane Johnson, $7,125 (Nov. 1 1999 - Oct. 30, 2000)
                                                           ,

15. NASA EPSCoR Student Travel Grant 2000-2001, Student Research Visitation for Ultrasonic Doppler
   Velocimetry Measurements, Duane Johnson, $10,755 (Nov. 1 2000 - Oct. 30, 2001)
                                                           ,



Cost Details:


 Individual's Name                                    Per Diem Rate                 Mileage Rate
Duane Johnson             $150 per hour        $1,000 per eight hour day        $0.35/mile


Contact Information:
  Contact Person's name: Duane Johnson
  Phone Number with area code: 423-942-41 00 or cell: 205-21 0-1 3 12
  FAX Number with area code: 423-373-0073
   Email Address: Duane.Johnson@OmniWorxLLC.co~~~
  Postal Address: 1570 industrial Blvd., Jasper, TN 37347
                                 Mural Warren Lanier
                                      Post office box 284
                                     Snow Hill, NC 28580
                                       (252) 747-8283


Education:
            Degrees                              School Name                Year Awarded
   Curriculum Specialist II Degree          East Carolina University             1989
            6 ' Degree
   ~ d ~ 1Year~                             East Carolina University             1986
   MAEd Degree                              East Carolina University             1978
   BS Degree                                Elizabeth City State University      1975



Experience:

        Organization          Position in Organization        Start Date     End Date

GET Services, Inc.                   Executive Director         07109         Present

                            Narrative of Responsibilities: Planned, organized, obtained
                            license, received endorsement, implemented, and received
                            National Accreditation for Child and Adolescent Day Treatment
                            Program (for emotionally and behaviorally challenged children
                            ages 7-17) as well as Community Support Team services (for
                            adults with Major Depressive Disorders, Mood Disorders, Post
                            Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bipolar, and Anxiety). These programs
                            required screening, intake, assessment of needs, person-centered
                            planning, documentation of services provided, Medicaid billing,
                            supervision and evaluation of staff and programs.

New Endeavors with Hope, Inc.        Qualified Professional      01105          06108

                            Narrative of Responsibilities: Worked as the Community
                            Alternative Program, Mental Health, Developmental Disability,
                            Substance Abuse Services Qualified Professional. Monitored,
                            assessed, evaluated personnel and program services as well as
                            provided training based on services provided in person-centered
                            plans. Updated care plans as necessary, wrote grants, supervised
                            and trained staff on an ongoing basis per North Carolina Health
                            and Human Services regulations.

OIC of Lenoir, Jones & Greene Counties Executive Director        08104           12/04

                            Narrative of Responsibilities: Worked with substance abuse,
                            mental health, and special needs populations, educationally
                            deprived, as well as economically disadvantaged adults (ages 17-
                            65) in the following areas: GED acquisition, anger management,
                            becoming self-sufficient, and effective parenting.
                                   Mural Warren Lanier
                                       Post Office Box 284
                                     Snow Hill, North Carolina


Lenoir County Public Schools          Alternative School Principal     07/02             06/04

                               Narrative of Res~onsibilities:   Served as public school
                               administrator and provided supervision, direction, and leadership
                               for troubled youth who had emotional, behavioral, substance
                               abuse issues, and mental health/special needs. Responsible for
                               high student performance; safe, orderly, and caring climate/
                               school; quality staff; scheduling; programming; curriculum and
                               instruction; staff evaluation; transportation; and strong family,
                               grant writing, communitylbusiness support.


Lenoir County Public School            Kennedy Home Residential         07/01              06/02
                                   Alternative School Administrator

                               Narrative of Res~onsibilities:   Worked withlsupervised mental
                               health, substance abuse, and other special needs children and
                               adults. Responsible for increasing achievement, enhancing
                               computer skills proficiency, maintaining a safe and orderly climate
                               conducive to learning, ensuring the needs of special needs
                               students are met, improving students involvement in academic
                               and career planning, coordination services of social works,
                               providing ongoing staff development to enhance educators'
                               competency and to employ research-based instructional
                               strategies, strengthening parental involvement efforts, grant
                               writing, staff evaluation, hiring, budgeting, scheduling, curriculum
                               and instruction.


North Carolina State           State Assistance Team Reviewer            06/99             06/01
Board Of Education
                               Narrative of Responsibilities: Responsible for assisting low
                               performing schools with improving student achievement,
                               conducting needs assessments, planning a course of action,
                               reporting school progress to boards of education (State and
                               Local), evaluating staff, analyzing test data, conducting staff
                               development, ensuring implementation of ABCs Plan and North
                               Carolina Standard Course of Study.


Lenoir County Public Schools          Federal Programs Director          10196             06/99

                              Narrative of Responsibilities: Responsible for planning, grant
                              writing, coordination, implementation, monitoring, budgeting, fiscal
                              management, and evaluation of Title I, Migrant Education, Even
                              Start (3 and 4 year olds and their parents), Impact Aid, Reading
                              Recovery, English as a Second Language, and Comer School
                              Development.
                                                                                             3 of9
                                 Mural VVarren Lanier
                                     Post Office Box 284
                                   Snow Hill, North Carolina


Wake County Public Schools          High School Assistant Principal       09194            09196

                             Narrative of Responsibilities: Responsible for student
                             organizations and clubs, student and staff recognition, Student
                             Information Management System, staff performance evaluation,
                             ninth grade discipline and attendance, Summer School, student
                             serviceslguidance and counseling, recruitment and selection of
                             staff, supervision of athletic events, and campus supervision


Wilson County Public Schools        Federal Programs Director             10190            08194

                             Narrative of Responsibilities: Responsible for planning, grant
                             writing, coordination, implementation, monitoring, budgeting, fiscal
                             management, and evaluation of Chapter I, Migrant Education,
                             Even Start (program for 3 and 4 year olds and their parents),
                             Impact Aid, Reading Recovery, English as a Second Language,
                             Comer School Development, and Staff Development
                                        Mural Warren Lanier
                                            Post Office Box 284
                                          Snow Hill, North Carolina



Professional Organizations (None)
Past Membership Included:

        Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development
        International Reading Association
        North Carolina Association of Compensatory Education Executive Board
        North Carolina Association of School Administrators
        National Association for Female Executives
        East Carolina University Project Excel Executive Board
        Region #2 Vice Chairperson for Federal Programs Directors
        Treasurer of NC Association of Compensatory Education



Professional Appointments and Certifications

        Certifications                                               Year(s)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.......................... 2009-2011
First Aid.. ....................................................... 2009-2012
Medication Administration.. ................................2009-2010
NC Interventions, Prevention and
Alternatives Part A and Part B... ..........................2009-2010
Bloodborne Pathogens.....................................         .2009-2010
Health Information Protected Portability Act. .......... 2009-2010
Client Rights Course.. ........................................2009-2010
Seizure Protocol Course................................... .2009-2010
Person-Centered Planning.................................2009-2010
Person-Centered Thinking................................,2009-2010
Mental Illnesses and Symptoms..........................2009-2010
Day Treatment Service Definition........................ 2009-2010
                                        Mural Warren Lanier
                                            Post Office Box 284
                                          Snow Hill. North Carolina


Professional Development and Training
         Courses/T"aining                                                         Dates

Middle School Mathematics and Science.................................. March 2008
Classroom Walkthrough TeachScape Model............................. August 2007
Plato Training.....................................................................  .February 2007
Cultural Diversity..................................................................  September 2006
Science Probes Computer on Wheels Program..........................August 2006
Reading and Writing for Learning............................................May 2006
Understanding and Implementing the Computer........................ March 2006
Web Resources for the Educator........................................... February 2006
Microsoft Office Word ...........................................................October 2005
Introduction to Internet Explorer 6 ........................................... October 2005
Microsoft Windows XP ..........................................................       October 2005
High, Objective, Uniform State Standard of Evaluation
Evaluator........................................................................... December 2003
Multi-Hazard Crisis Training for Schools...................................June 2002
E-Tools.............................................................................. May 2002
Leadership and Peak Performance..........................................May 2002
Technology.........................................................................June 2001
Microsoft Excel....................................................................May 2001
Microsoft Word ....................................................................May 2001
Microsoft PowerPoint............................................................      May 2001
School Improvement/Curriculum          .............................................April 2000
Creating Independence through Student-owned
Strategies...........................................................................April 2000
K-2 Assessment...................................................................April 2000
Writing K-8.........................................................................April 2000
Writing 9-12........................................................................ April 2000
Science 3-5.'. ..................................................................... April 2000
LEARN NC........................................................................    .April 2000
Technology - ABC Tools.......................................................April 2000
English Language Arts 6-8 .....................................................April 2000
English Language Arts 9-12...................................................April 2000
Assessment.......................................................................   .April 2000
MediationlFacilitation............................................................   April 2000
Mathematics K-5.................................................................April 2000
Media Evaluation................................................................ April 2000
Effective Schools................................................................ April 2000
Everyone for Every Child: Limited English Proficiency..................March 1999
Accountability and Testing......................................................      February 1998
North Carolina Compensatory Education..................................1999, 1998, 1997
                                                Mural Warren Lanier
                                                   Post Office Box 284
                                                 Snow Hill, North Carolina

List of Grant Awards
  Role        Type of    Organization   Grantor          Year        Amount         Reference                 Synopsis
               Grant    Seeking Grant                  Awarded
Main        Competitive Kinston       North           2004-2008    $447,000       Maxine Cooper    This grant provides students
Grant                   Charter       Carolina                     each year      252-523-5390     with high-quality academic
Writer                  Academy       Department                                                   enrichment opportunities
                                      of Public                                                    along educational
                                      Instruction -                                                development opportunities for
                                           '
                                      21 Century                                                   families. Centers are located
                                      Community                                                    in schools, community and
                                      Learning                                                     faith-based facilities.
                                      Center
Assistant   Non-        Kinston       Self Help       2003         $1.5 Million   Johnnie Lyles  This Technical Assistance
Grant       competitive Charter                                                   252-527-4026   Grant is funded by the
Writer                  Academy                                                                  Government. It provides
                                                                                                 financial assistance to non-
                                                                                                 profit organizations rural
                                                                                                 areas. Funds could be used
                                                                                                 to purchase the building, pay
                                                                                                 salaries, and office expenses.
Main        Competitive Greater          North        2002                        Linda McKnight This grant served as an
Grant                   Kinston          Carolina                                 252-527-2906   educational tool for informing
Writer                  Community        Humanities                                              citizens and equipping them
                        Development      Council                                                 to deal with the stress and
                        Corporation                                                              uncertainty of terrorist attacks.
Main        Competitive Bertie County    Governor's                               Alice Pittman  The "SOAR" project delivered
Grant                   Public Schools   Crime                                    252-794-5221   comprehensive services to
Writer                  (Windsor         Commission                                              prevent delinquency and
                        Elementary)                                                              crime by educating youth and
                                                                                                 their parents in an after-
                                                                                                 school program.
Main     Competitive Eastern          Governor's      Ricky Dawson     Wayne County Juvenile Day
Grant                Prevention and   Crime                            Reporting Center provided
Writer               Treatment        Commission                       comprehensive counseling
                     Council                                           and intensive programming to
                                                                       reduce court involvement and
                                                                       improve family dynamics.
Main     Competitive Eastern          Office of       Ricky Dawson     Multi-County Day Reporting
Grant                Carolina         Juvenile        919-581-8081     Center - 8thJudicial
Writer               Human            Justice                          Structured Day Program was
                     Services                                          designed to impact the
                                                                       behavior of troubled juveniles
                                                                       in a positive manner.
Main     Competitive New              Z Smith         Diane Mclntyre   This "Children of Destiny"
Grant                Beginnings       Reynolds        919-734-1037     after- school program offered
Writer               Community        Foundation                       enrichment activities in
                     Outreach                                          reading, writing, mathematics,
                     Center, Inc.                                      and technology to children
                                                                                      w
                                                                       identified as 6 achievers.
Main                 Lenoir County    North           Mildred Bryant   Even Start integrates early
Grant    Competitive Public Schools   Carolina        252-522-1546     childhood education, adult
Writer               (Southeast       Department                       literacy, and parenting
                     Elementary)      of Public                        education into a unified family
                                      Instruction -                    literacy program for children
                                      Even Start                       birth through seven and
                                                                       adults.
                                                     Mural Warren Lanier
                                                          Post Office Box 284
                                                        Snow Hill, North Carolina




    Cost Details
          Individual's Name      /          Hourly Rate             I         Per Diem Rate        Mileage Rate
                                 1
I         Mural Warren Lanier
                                 1
                                               $20.00
                                                                    I
                                                                                    $1 10.00
                                                                                               I
                                                                                                   $35 per mile




    Contact Information:
      o Contact Person's Name: Mural Warren Lanier
      o Phone Number with Area Code: 1252) 522-2293 or (252) 560-4307
      o Fax Number with Area Code: (252) 522-2295
      o Email Address: 2 t i r i I r :ire 1:
                                           1 $41 ~ o l n

      Q Postal Address: Post Office Box 2334 Kinston, North Carolina 28502
                      KENNETH W. LIEBERMAN, Ph.D.
                      BOX 3, TENAFLY, NJ 07670-0003



EDUCATION:


Brooklyn College                 BA             Chemistry          1960
Texas Tech University            MS             Chemistry          1963
University of Kentucky           Ph.D.          Chemistry          1966
Harvard University               Postdoctoral   Neuroscience       1967
Columbia University              Postdoctoral   Neuroscience       1971


EXPERIENCE:

Associate Professor, Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine 2006-to date
                       Psychiatry

Associate Professor New Jersey Medical School                    2002-to date
                     Pediatrics

Associate Professor New Jersey Medical School                    1994-to date
                     Psychiatry

Responsibilities described here cover joint appointments at Robert Wood
Johnson and New Jersey Medical Schools. Instruction of medical and graduate
students in neuroscience and biochemistry, Teaching psychiatric and pediatric
residents pharmacology and research methodology. Performance of research
and writing of research proposals. Preparation and publication of research
manuscripts. Lecturing to high school students about careers in science, and
preparing instructional manuals in biology and chemistry.


Scientific Director   SciMed Consultants                          4993-to date

Preparation and submission of grant proposals for educational institutions
ranging from high school to universities and medical schools for funding from
public and private sources. Researching availability of potential sources of
funding for educational institutions.
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIiWTIONS:

American Chemical Society
Sigma Xi
Society for Neuroscience
American Association for the Advancement of Science


PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS & CERTIFICATIONS:

New York State, Laboratory Director 85282 (1985)
New York City, Laboratory Director 56032265 (1985)


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING:

none


GRANTS AWARDED:

1. Main grant writer, competitive, SciMed Consultants, NIH,
   Under consideration, $145,000, Kenneth Lieberman,
   Design and production of device for diagnosis and treatment
   of lung cancer

2. Main grant writer, competitive, New Jersey Medical School, NIH,
   2003, $183,000, Kenneth Lieberman, Portable instrument for
   analysis of lead and other environmental contaminants

3. Main grant writer, competitive, New Jersey Medical School, NIH,
   2002, $225,000, Kenneth Lieberman, Device for determination of
   toxic metals in salivary fluid

4. Main grant writer, competitive, New Jersey Medical School, NIH
   1998, $135,000, Kenneth Lieberman, Studies of abused drugs in newborn
   Children

   NIHlNational Institutes of Health
COST DETAILS:

Kenneth W. Lieberman
Hourly rate $60
Per Diem Rate $48018 hr. day
Mileage rate 35 centslmile


CONTACT INFORMATION:

Kenneth W. Lieberman, Ph.D.
201.816.0876 201.755.5653 (cell)
201.567.6894 (fax)
S                 ,corrl
         cifl+pdcon
Box 3, Tenafly, NJ 07670-0003
                                       Ellen M. McKinnon
                                        38 Orange Street
                                      Asheville, N.C. 28801



  EDUCATION:

  School Name                                Curriculum              Year Awarded

  University of New Orleans                  Master of Urban &       1977
                                             Regional Planning

  University of Alabama in                   BA in Urban Affairs
  Birmingham

  Georgetown University                      Foreign Service



  EXPERIENCE:

  Organization &
  Position                                   Start and End Dates

  Martin-McGill, Inc.                        April 1997 to Present
  Senior Planner &
  Grants Coordinator

  PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

  Alpha Theta Epsilon- Honorary Business Fraternity
  North Carolina Criminal Justice Association
  American Association of University Women

  PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS:

  North Carolina Real Estate Broker

  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING:

  None




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             YPe of        lrganization
             irant         eeking Grant irantor                 kz:rded   ieference              Synopsis


                                                                                              Launched in 2007, the Golden LEAF Community
                                                                                              Assistance lnitiative is a grants program that
                                                                                              targets communities of need and provides direct
                                                                          :andell K. Woodruff support for projects that significantly enhance the
                                                                          :amden County       quality of life for citizens within those communities
                           amden                                          Aanager,            by stimulating economic activity or providing
                           ounty, North lommunity                         52-338-1919, ext. assistance in overcoming barriers to economic
             ompetitive    arolina      4ssitance Initiative    2009       22                 transition or community progress.

                                                                                              The program provided funding made available
                                                                                              through the American Recovery and Reinvestment
                                                                                              Act of 2009 to provide assistance to wastewater,
                                                                          AcCray Coates,      non-point source, and/or estuary projects, which
                           ity of         Jorth Carolina        I         tormwater Servies will proceed quickly to construction, creating jobs
                           sheville,      :onstruction Grants             Aanager, (828) 232- and furthering the objectives of the Clean Water
             :ompetitive   lorth Carolini                                 567                 Act.

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                                                                                               bhrough the American Recovery and Reinvestment
                                                                                               b c t of 2009 to provide assistance to wastewater,
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                                                                                               I n ~ n - ~ o isource, and/or estuary projects, which



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                                                                                             .he Rural Center administers this program to help
Main                 Town of        North Carolina                       Bobby Cagle Jr.,    rural communities develop the water and sewer
Grant                Robbinsville, Rural Economic                        Mayor, (828) 479-   systems they need to support local economic
Writer   Competitive North Carolina Development Center 2009   $200,000   3250                growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.
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                                                                                            The Parks and Recreation Trust Fund (PARTF)
Main                 City of       North CarolinaParks                    Bob Boyette, City provides dollar-for-dollar matching grants to local
Grant                Marion, North and Recreation Trust                   Manager, 828-652- governments for parks and recreational projects to
Writer   Competitive Carolina      Fund (PARTF)         2007   $165,000   3551              serve the public.



                                                                                               he Rural Center administers this program to help




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                                                                                                ral communities develop the water and sewer




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                 he Rural Center administers this program to help
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                                                                  I                  Fhe Rural Center administers this program to help
              own of          North Carolina                       im Barth, Town    rural communities develop the water and sewer
              ilaggie Valley, Rural Economic                                828-926- systems they need to support local economic
              lorth Carolina Development Center 2004   42,000     0866 ext.103       growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.



                                                                  I                   bhe Rural Center administers this program to help
                                                                  l~ickHowell, Former /rural communities develop the water and sewer
                                                                  City Manager, (828) systems they need to support local economic
                                                       ,528,623   884-4123            growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.



                                                                  I                   /The Rural Center administers this program to help
              :ounty of    North Carolina                         l~avidCotton,       /rural communities develop the water and sewer
              laywood,     Rural Economic                         County Manager,     systems they need to support local economic




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                           Development Center 2004     ,804,215   (828) 452-6625      growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.



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              own of       North Carolina                                                               develop the water and sewer
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                                                                             Smith,
                                                                                       bhe Rural Center administers this program to help
                                                                                       !rural communities develop the water and sewer
                                                                  Director, (704) 538- systems they need to support local economic
lom~etitive                                            ,44,500    9033                 growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.



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                             North Carolina                       Joy Garland, Town    rural communities develop the water and sewer
              ;own of Clyde, Rural Economic                       Administrator,       systems they need to support local economic
              4orth Carolina Development Center 2004   ;519,040   (828) 627-2566       growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.
                                                                                                The Rural Center administers this program to help
Main                 Town of        North Carolina                         Richard Canipe,      rural communities develop the water and sewer
Grant                Spruce Pine, Rural Economic                           Town Manager,        systems they need to support local economic
Writer   Competitive North Carolina Development Center 2004     $470,650   (828) 765-3000       growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.



                                                                                               The Rural Center administers this program to help
Main                 Town of        North Carolina                         Lee Galloway, Town rural communities develop the water and sewer
Grant                Waynesville, Rural Economic                           Manager, (828) 452- systems they need to support local economic
Writer   Competitive North Carolina Development Center 2004     $44,500    2491                growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.



                     Tuckaseigee                                                                The Rural Center administers this program to help
Main                 Water and      North Carolina                         Joe Cline, Executive rural communities develop the water and sewer
Grant                Sewer          Rural Economic                         Director, (828) 586- systems they need to support local economic
Writer   Competitive Authority      Development Center 2004     $474,025   5189                 growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.



                                                                                               The Rural Center administers this program to help
Main                 Town of       North Carolina                          Al Matthews, Town rural communities develop the water and sewer
Grant                Canton, North Rural Economic                          Manager, (828) 648- systems they need to support local economic
Writer   Competitive Carolina      Development Center 2004      $500,000   2363                growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.




Main                 Town of                                               Jim Fatland, Town
Grant                Highlands,                                            Manager, (828) 526-
Writer   Competitive North Carolina STAG                2003    $433,700   2118                EPA Appropriation



                                                                                             The Parks and Recreation Trust Fund (PARTF)
Main                 Town of        North CarolinaParks                    Tim Barth, Town   provides dollar-for-dollar matching grants to local
Grant                Maggie Valley, and Recreation Trust                   Manager, 828-926- governments for parks and recreational projects to
Writer   Competitive North Carolina Fund (PARTF)         2003   $254,750   0866 ext.103      serve the public.
North CarolinaParks




                      he Rural Center administers this program to help




                      he Rural Center administers this program to help
North Carolina
e Rural Center administers this program to help
                                                                                          The Rural Center administers this program to help
Main                 County of    North Carolina                      Jack Horton, County rural communities develop the water and sewer
Grant                Macon, North Rural Economic                      Manager, (828) 349- systems they need to support local economic
Writer   Competitive Carolina     Development Center 2003   $44,500   2025                growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.




                                   ural Economic
                he Rural Center administers this program to help
                ural communities develop the water and sewer
ural Economic




                   Rural Center administers this program to help
                   I communities develop the water and sewer




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                                                                         Ken Mills, Economic
Main                 County of    North Carolina                         Development
Grant                Swain, North Rural Economic                         Commission, (828)
Writer   Competitive Carolina     Development Center-
                                   -        -       2002 $400,000
                                                         -               488-9273



                                                                                               The Rural Center administers this program to help
Main                 Town of Forest North Carolina                       Chuck Sumney,         rural communities develop the water and sewer
Grant                City, North    Rural Economic                       Town Manager,         systems they need to support local economic
Writer   Competitive Carolina       Development Center 2002   $444,939   (828) 248-5202        growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.



                                                                                               The Rural Center administers this program to help
Main                 Maggie Valley North Carolina                        Neil Carpenter,       rural communities develop the water and sewer
Grant                Sanitary      Rural Economic                        District Manager,     systems they need to support local economic
Writer   Competitive District      Development Center 2002    $444,945   (828) 926-0145        growth and ensure a reliable supply of clean water.



                                                                                                he Rural Center administers this program to help
                                                                                                ural communities develop the water and sewer




                                                                                                he Rural Center administers this program to help




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                he Rural Center administers this program to help




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                ural communities develop the water and sewer
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                ural communities develop the water and sewer
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                 e Rural Center administers this program to help
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North Carolina




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he Rural Center administers this program to help




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ural communities develop the water and sewer




he Rural Center administers this program to help
ural communities develop the water and sewer
he Rural Center administers this program to help
 COST DETAILS

I Individuals Name I Hourly Rate / Per Diem Rate    Mileage Rate

 Ellen M. McKinnon   1 $80.00    1 40.00           1 .45 per mile

 CONTACT INFORMATION:

        Contact Person's name: Ellen M. McKinnon
        Phone Number with area code: 828-232-6116
        FAX Number with area code: 828-253-5612
        Email Address: ellenomartin-mcgill.com
        Postal Address: 38 Orange Street, Asheville, NC 28801




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    Resume Format and Details

    Research and Technical Writing Solutions
    Barbara D. Powe, PhD, RN - CEO
    3930 Embassy Way
    Lilburn. GA 30047

    EDUCATION


                       School Name                                          Curriculum




    RELATED EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCES

    Summary: I have over 15 years of experiences in grant writing and submission to federal and intramural
    funding sources. I have a proven track record of scientific publications, technical report writing, and scientific
    presentations at the local, state, national, and international levels.


                         Organization                                          Position                   1     Years    1
    American Cancer Society, Atlanta, Ga                       Director, Underserved Populations
                                                               Research                                  Present
                                                                                                         2001-
    Responsibilities: Grant writing (internal and federal) conduct of research, development of research plan and
    methodology, statistical analysis and design, scientific publications, professional presentations. Member of
                                                                                                                         I
    thesis and dissertation committees. Chair and member of grant review committees (Centers for Disease
    Control, Department of Defense, National Cancer Institute).


1   Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC      Associate Professor, College of Nursing         1994 -


    Responsibilities: Grant writing and submission (federal and foundation), scientific publications and
    presentations. Conduct of research, development of research plan and methodology, statistical analysis and
    design. Responsible for the development and implementation of graduate and undergraduate nursing classes.
    Member of thesis and dissertation committees.


    PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

    Oncology Nursing Society

    PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS

       A. Registered Nurse (Georgia, South Carolina) (1983 - present)
       B. Adjunct Associate Professor, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University (2005-present)
       C. Associate Professor {on-line}, Walden University (2009-present)
       PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING

             A. Community Based Participatory Research Training, National Institutes of Health (August, 2009)
             B. Executive Leadership Training, Stanford University (2007)

      LIST OF GRANTS AND AVVARDS



                                Organization
                  Type of                                       Year
                                  Seeking          Grantor                   Amount      Reference       Synopsis
                  Grant                                         Awarded
                                   Grant
    Assistant     Competitive Washington        National        2009       $2,000,000 Shila          Testing
    Writer                    University        Cancer                     (direct    Burney         interventions to
                              (Dr. Matt         Institute                  costs)     404-327-       enhance cancer
                              Kreuter, PI)                                            6549           knowledge
                                                                                                     among African
                                                                                                     Americans
    Main          Competitive Woodruff          National        2005       $20,000       Kathy       Study explores
    Writer                    School of         Institute of                             Parker      cancer
    (Project                  Nursing           Nursing                                  (Center     symptom
    PI)                                         Research                                 PI)         management
                                                                                         404-727-    among
                                                                                         8732        survivors and
                                                                                                     family members
    Main          Non-          American        American        2003       $80,000      Dexter       Testing a
    Writer        competitive   Cancer          Cancer                                  Cooper       theoretical
                                Society         Society                                 404-929-     model for
                                                                                        6805         cancer
                                                                                                     screening
    Main          Competitive Medical           National        1998       $75,000      Susan        Testing
/   Writer                    University of
                              SC
                                                Cancer
                                                Institute
                                                                                        Benedict
                                                                                        843-792-
                                                                                                     interventions to
                                                                                                     increase
                                                                                        3942         colorectal
                                                                                                     cancer
                                                                                                     screening
    Main          Competitive Medical           National        1999       $20,000      Susan        Supplement to
    Writer                    University of     Cancer                                  Benedict     support
                              SC                Institute                               843-792-     development of
                                                                                        3942         research skills
                                                                                                     among nursing
                                                                                                     student

/   Main
    Writer
                  Competitive Medical
                              University of
                              SC
                                               Veterans
                                               Health
                                               Administration
                                                              2000         $60,000      Susan
                                                                                        Benedict
                                                                                        843-792-
                                                                                                     Role was to
                                                                                                     develop and
                                                                                                     conduct
                                                                                        3942         research at VA
COST DETAILS




Standard Fees
At the beginning of each project, I will provide a good-faith estimate of the time it will take to complete the
project and provide a detailed timeline for approval by your representative. The timeline will include key
"touch" points for information and deliverables. Hours will be billed in half hour increments with a final
submission for billable hours submitted when the proposal is delivered.

Grant Resubmission
If the first submission of a grant is unsuccessful, I will perform the first 4 hours of work preparing the
resubmission at $25.00 per hour. The rate (starting the 5thhour) resumes at $45.00 per hour.

Complex Grants and Proiects
For extremely complex projects or projects with a short submission deadline, it may be necessary to use
additional research staff to complete. If this is the case, the need for additional staff will be discussed with your
representative.

REFERENCES

Jamie Horn
Associate Developmental Editor
Nursing Editorial, Elsevier Publishing
(800) 325-4177, ext. 4429
Jamie.Horn@Elsevier.com

Elvan Daniels, M.D.
Morehouse School of Medicine
CHPM. 720 Westview Drive, SW
Atlanta, GA 30310-1495.
(404) 752-5275
edaniels@msm.edu


CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
There are no conflicts of interest

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Contact Person's name: Barbara D. Powe, PhD, RN

Phone Number with area code: (770) 722-3267
FAX Number with area code: (770) 736-4069
Email Address: Rsolutions29@comcast.net or pbarbd@comcast.net
Postal Address: 3930 Embassy Way, Lilburn, GA 30047
                                                               Marie L. Battaglia
                                                            Development Consultant
                                                            Robinson Ventures, LLC
                                                              I 1 Lorna Lane Court
                                                          Tonawanda, New York 14150
                                                                 (716) 204-3532

EDUCATION




EXPERIENCE
Niagara Falls City School District
Resource Development Consultant                                 -
                                                  February 1998 present
Secured various grant proposals, including USDOE Teacher Quality Enhancement grant totaling $6.2 Million over 5 years; USDOE Smaller
Learning Communities grant totaling $1.45 Million over three years, two USDOE Elementary School Counseling grants totaling $1.6 Million over
four years. USDOE Safe SchoolslHealthy Communities grant totaling $5 Million over 3 years, Federal 21" Century Community Learning Centers
totaling $935,000 over three years, Federal Arts in Education grant totaling $895,000 over three years, and others listed below.

Boys and Girk Club of the Northtowns of WNY
Resource Development Consultant                            -
                                             July 1999 present
Secured Federal Community Based Abstinence Education grant for $2.6 Million over five years; Federal Carol White Physical Education grant for
$112.000. three State 21' Century Community Learning Centers grants for $2.9 Million over 5 years. $320.000 over four years from NYS
Advantage After-School Program for North Tonawanda Unit, $800,000 over four years from NYS Advantage After-School Program for the
Tonawanda Unit; $66,000 from Niagara County for a WIA program for at-risk teens, and many smaller foundation grants.

Boys and Girls Club of Buffalo
Resource Development Consultant                                -
                                                October 2004 March 2008
Secured US Department of Health 8 Human Services grant for pregnancy prevention among teens for $2.25 Million; three State 2lStCentury
Community Learning Centers grants totaling $4.45 Million over five years; over $200,000 in private foundation funding for capital improvements;
supported various program initiatives through smaller program grants from private foundations and other public grants.

Be-a-Friend, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie County, Inc.
Resource Development Consultant                       -
                                                2003 present
Secured two consecutive $600,000 grants from the USDOE to provide a three-year program to provide one-on-one mentoring program for children
with an incarcerated parent, and $575,000 over three years for mentoring children from disadvantaged backgrounds.



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The M~Guire    Group
Resource Development Consultant                      -
                                                  2001 present
Secured over $2 Million in two grants from the NYSDOL to implement a Career Ladders program designed to alleviate the shortage of skilled
nurses by facilitating the advanced training of TANF-eligible nursing assistants to become Licensed Practical Nurses and LPN's to become
Registered Nurses. This collaborative also includes Trocaire College as the nursing school in WNY, Goodwill Industries as the screeninglsupport
agency, WNED-TV as provider of GED training, and EPlC as the family management trainer.

Northwest Buffalo Community Center
Resource Development Consultant                                  -
                                                 November 2001 present
Secured over $8.8 Million in funding through three State 21'' Century Community Learning Centers grants

Trocaire College
Resource Development Consultant                                  -
                                                  November 2000 December 2003
Secured Title I'II University Advancement grant totaling $3.2 Million over 5 years; ongoing NYS Higher Education Opportunities Program (HEOP)
grant to increase access to higher education for disadvantaged students, totaling $80,000 annually,

      -
EPlC Every Person Influences Children, Inc.
Director of Development                                         -
                                                 February 1992 March 2000
Funding secured included a $4.7 million grant to establish Parent Information and Resource Centers statewide; $Imillion grant to support the
development af a character education curriculum in collaboration with the NYSDOE, Columbia Teachers College and four NYS School Districts;
youth development program for inner city minority children ages 6 - 17; education program for parents of children ages 10-14; innovative program
delivery model offering an educational component for parents of infants and toddlers through local hospitals.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
National Society of Fund Raising Executives
Association of Fund Raising Professionals

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS
      -      -
1992 1998 Board Member, National Society of Fund Raising Executives, WNY Chapter
      -
1998 2000 - Education Committee, National Society of Fund Raising Executives, WNY Chapter

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING
      -
1998 2000 - Education Committee, National Society of Fund Raising Executives, WNY Chapter




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                                  SUCCESSFUL GRANTS LIST
                                JULY 1999 THROUGH JUNE 2070
ALL GRANTS LISTED WERE WRITTEN BY MARIE BA TTAGLIA AS MAIN GRANT WRITER AND WERE COMPETITIVE




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I BGCNT      I Erie County            1   8/15/1999   1   5,000 1 Available upon req.   1 YDDP Delinquency Prevention       1
Key: BGCNT: Boys Girls Clubs North Tonawanda, NFCSD: Niagara Falls Central School District, EPIC: Every Person Influences
Children, BGCB: Boys Girts Clubs Buffalo


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                                                                         Fax:
                                                               Cian Robinson
                                                                  President
                                                           Robinson Ventures, LLC
                                                            722 Corn Tassel Trail
                                                          Martinsville, Virginia 241 12

EDUCATION:




EXPERIENCE:
Robinson Ventures, LLC
President                             -
                                 10-02 Present
Robinson Ventures, LLC is a management consulting firm whose areas of concentration include nonprofit management and fund development.
Our services have included development planning and training; capital and endowment campaign planning and management; outsourced
development services including grant writing, sponsorship development, membership development, major gifts cultivation, and training. As the
President, I am responsible for all aspects of the organization.

lnfotech Niagara
Executive Director                    -
                                  10-00 10-02
InfoTech Niagara is a trade association of information technology companies located in the eight western counties of New York State. Acting as an
economic development agency for the information technology community, InfoTech Niagara's primary goal was to return the Western New York
region to economic prominence through the development of a vibrant information technology sector. As the Executive Director, I was responsible
for all aspects of the organization. Raised $6 million in workforce development monies.

Buffalo Niagara Partnership
Chief Information Officer             -
                                 04-99 10-00
As CIO of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership, 1 managed information technology, telephony, research, operations, internships and special projects.
From forming and guiding the internal teams necessary to define business processes, to representing the Partnership on external policy matters,
to making the day to day management decisions necessary to run the organization, the C10 was a highly visible position, accountable to 6
departments, 4 affiliates, the CEO/President and a 70 member board of directors.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:
Association of Fund Raising Professionals
Better Business Bureau
LEAD Virginia



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Virginia Chamber of Commerce

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS:
Adjunct Professor, 2007-Present, Patrick Henry Community College, Course: Grant Writing
Adjunct Professor, 2009-Present, James Madison University, Course: Public Administration
Adjunct Professor, 2005-2006, Bryant and Stratton College, Courses: Research and Writing, Operations Management, Organizational Behavior,
Business Ethics, Entrepreneurship.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING:
LEAD Virginia, Class of 2008
Department of Housing and Community Development, Leadership Training, December 2008

LIST OF GRANTS AWARDED:




    Writer                                              Community                               276-632-3221        program.
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    Main Grant        Competitive       Piedmont Arts   Virginia Commission       2009   10,000 Joe Williams:       Local government challenge
    Writer                                              for the Arts                            276-632-3221        grants.

    Main Grant        Competitive       Piedmont Arts   Virginia Commission       2009   10,300 Joe Williams:       ARRA monies for salary
    Writer                                              for the Arts                            276-632-3221        support.




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  Role          Type of       Organization        Grantor      Year      Amount       Reference              Synopsis
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Assistant      Competitive   lnfotech        H1B Visa Grant    2000     3,000,000   David Kaczor:   Information technology
Grant                        Niagara         Program                                716-504-1480    training grant
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COST DETAILS
Name                              Hourly Rate                       Per Diem Rate                     Mileage Rate
Cian Robinson                     $100                              $750                              $0.55
Marie Battaglia                   $100                              $750                              $0.55


CONTACT INFORMATION:
  - Contact Person's name: Cian Robinson
  - Phone Number with area code: 276-880-7088 or 716-308-7357
  - FAX Number with area code: 866-310-0685
  - Email Address: cianrobinson@robinsonventures.com
  - Postal Address: 722 Corn Tassel Trail, Martinsville, Virginia, 24112




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