Thurs, March 26th 5:00-6:30PM Grant Research & Writing/
Shira Greenberg, Founder & Artistic Director, Keshet
How to find available funds, determine if a funder is the right fit for you/your organization, and develop techniques to manage the steps required to work with funders. Once you have identified the funder, learn how to make your case, create a clear and impactful narrative, develop a realistic budget and create a full proposal package.
Shira Greenberg, Founder & Artistic Director of Keshet, created Keshet Dance Company in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1996 following her training and studies with the Minnesota Dance Theatre, Interlochen Arts Academy, Ithaca College and Hebrew University of Jerusalem. As Keshet’s Artistic Director, Ms. Greenberg has been recognized for her work by the New Mexico Governor’s Office, the New Mexico Legislature and the White House. Her multiple honors and accolades include the New Mexico Governor’s Award for Outstanding New Mexico Women; New Mexico Business Weekly’s Top Performing CEO of a non-profit organization, the New Mexico Ethics in Business Award recognizing the highest standards of ethical conduct, integrity and civic and social responsibility and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Multicultural Council’s Keep the Dream Alive Award for “creating an environment where the medium of dance is used to build cross-cultural and social bridges to every aspect of society.” Through Keshet, she created the Keshet Center for the Arts, a 30,000 square foot facility that educates, entertains and engages; housing and uniting the arts, the artist and the audience; and the Keshet Ideas and Innovation Community which supports and strengthens arts entrepreneurs on their path of sustainability, championing the value of the artist and the arts economy, by equipping creative industry businesses with the tools for success through which she currently teaches and mentors arts entrepreneurs. Over her 20+ year career in the non-profit sector, Shira has raised approximately $6,000,000 through successful grant research and proposal writing for the arts.
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