Tips and Techniques in Effective Grant Writing
SJSU ASIST Student Chapter and ASIST SIG ED are excited to present the second grant writing webinar with Patty Wong. Intended as a follow up to the successful April event, in this session attendees can learn more effective grant writing techniques to leverage success in the research administration office and across the institution.
Patty Wong will cover building an internal grants team, identification of the best funder, analyzing funder data including the IRS 990 form, working with a program officer, and much more. There will be adequate time for questions and additional follow up materials made available on the SJSU ASIST website, to support ongoing engagement.
Patty Wong has served as County Librarian/Chief Archivist of Yolo County Library since January 2008. With a great staff, the library constructed two new branches, completed remodeling of its largest facility, opened a satellite location, and established countywide 211 services within a four-year span. Under Patty’s leadership, the library hosts the Non Profit Leaders Alliance, supporting the regular meeting and growth of the county’s more than 400 non-profit organizations and the Yolo County Youth Development Coalition, which is committed to a countywide framework to provide safety and supports for youth in building stronger communities. The library actively cultivates a culture of inclusion and developed a strategic plan based on community-centered engagement. Patty is also active in shared governance and support of Yolo County, serving in a number of county and community leadership roles.
Patty is a faculty member specializing in professional development and grant writing at the School of Information Science at San Jose State University. She has been professionally responsible for hundreds of successful grants in the field, totaling close to $30 million.