Cindy received her Master of Library and Information Science degree from Kent State University School of Library and Information Science in 2013 and completed her Cumulative Experience (practicum) within the Government Documents Collection of the State Library of Ohio. She graduated cum laude from Otterbein University with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature in 2008.Evan Struble, Associate State Librarian for Library Development.
Puzzled by the process of crafting a great grant proposal? Flummoxed by how funders make decisions about which projects to fund? Explore the nuances of crafting a stellar proposal from the perspectives of a seasoned proposal writer and community foundation proposal reviewer. We will help you put the pieces together during this interactive session.Presenters:
Prior to joining the foundation, Paul spent a decade at Cleveland State University, managing the Center for Leadership and Service where he coordinated leadership development and service-learning experiences and taught several courses. Paul has continued teaching since earning his doctorate in urban education from CSU with a focus on leadership and lifelong learning – five years teaching in the Diversity Management master’s program at CSU and more recently, several years teaching undergraduate classes at Baldwin Wallace University in leadership in philanthropy and grant proposal writing.
In addition to his doctorate, Paul earned his master's in psychology, with a specialization in diversity management from CSU and his master's in education, guidance, and counseling from Eastern Illinois University. Paul earned his bachelor's in English from Kent State University. Paul has published in multiple scholarly journals and authored several book chapters. His most recent work explores the development of strategic leadership competencies.