See a Hero

See a Hero, Be a Hero!

We have all had someone who has influenced our career in monumental ways.  Sometimes, the people that influence us are our peers or our bosses. Sometimes they have written a book, provided training programs, or served as a leader for our profession.

This week, we are chatting about our heroes, our mentors, and the lessons learned from others in the grants profession.  We are delighted to have Heather Stombaugh and Kimberly Hays de Muga representing the Grants Professional Foundation leading us through this topic.

Question Preview: See a Hero, Be a Hero! Learning by Leading in the Grants Profession

Q1: Who is your grant hero?  #grantchat

Q2: Do you have a favorite quote from a grant hero or mentor? Please share. #grantchat

Q3: What lessons have you learned as a grant pro or from peers? #grantchat

Q4: Why is it important to recognize good work from grant pros? #grantchat

Q5: What scholarship/sponsorship opportunities does @GrantProFDN offer?  #grantchat

Q6: Have you ever applied for or won a GPF scholarship or sponsorship?  #grantchat

Q7: During #IGPW, how did you recognize grant heroes?  #grantchat

Q8: What is the I Heart Grant Professionals campaign? #grantchat

Q9: How do your learn by leading in the grants profession? #grantchat

Q10: How will you recognize and support your grant heroes this year?  #grantchat


We’re looking forward to having you join @Grant_Chat  sponsored by SmartEGrants @smartegrants Host: Jo (@jm_grants) and Guests: Grant Professionals Foundation @GrantProFDN and GPF Board Members Kimberly Hays de Muga @khaysdemuga and Heather Stombaugh @heatherJWS


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