Get Behind the Scenes: Becoming a Grant Reviewer (Ericka Harney)

Grant professionals are always looking for ways to improve proposals. Serving as a peer reviewer is an eye-opening experience into the grant process, as well as a particular agency, new ideas and programs, and network with other professionals. Federal agencies and some foundations rely on professionals in academia and nonprofit fields with specific knowledge and experience to gauge proposals against scoring criteria set by the funding agency.

Even though each funding agency is different, this session explores how you become a reviewer, what to expect with the process and what to glean from the experience. Take your grant professional career to the next level by serving as a reviewer!

Additional Resources

>>> Download the webinar slides

>>>Download the GPC CEU certificate of completion

>>> Ericka has a variety of resources available on this topic and more. Please visit erickaharney.com to learn more!


Ericka Harney, CAE, CFRE, GPC, CVA | Owner & Consultant, Ericka Harney
Ericka has over 19 years of experience fundraising, grant development and management, board training/development, strategic planning, social entrepreneurship, and program effectiveness. Dedicated to educating others, Ericka speaks on a variety of topics and has been responsible for successful grant awards of over $16million. She currently teaches 2-day workshops around the country for Grant Writing USA on grant writing and grant management. During her experience in annual fund, major gift fundraising, and events, she was responsible for raising over $1.5 million. She has served as a federal grant peer reviewer for the US Department of Health and Human Services, US Department of Education, and the Corporation for National and Community Service, in a variety of programs under each department.


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