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Grant Writing: The Art and Science of Grant Identification, Application and Compliance
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When: 02/20/2019
2:30 PM
Where: Bradley
One Federal Place
1819 5th Avenue North
Birmingham, Alabama  35203
United States
Contact: Sheri Fowler

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What: Grant-Writing: The Art and Science of Grant Identification, Application and Compliance

When: Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 2:30pm – 4:30pm

Where: Bradley, One Federal Place, 1819 5th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35203 (Parking in the attached deck will be validated by Bradley)

Cost: $25


A Reception Will Be Hosted By Bradley Immediately Following The Seminar


Description: Grant writing is as much an art as it is a science. In this seminar, our presenters will speak to:


  1. Identification of Grant Sources: federal and regional grant opportunities
  2. Application Process: tips of the grant-writing trade, what to look out for in completing a grant application, how to read a grant RFI and resources for free training.  
  3. Compliance Requirements: how to manage timelines, application commitments, claw-backs and compliance burdens



Bevin Tomlin, Alabama Power Company

Bevin has been in varying economic development related roles at Alabama Power for over 5 years. In her current role as Community Development Manager, Bevin is focused on helping communities prepare for industrial, commercial and residential growth through a focus on human, physical and financial capital.


Jennifer Schmidt, Schmidt Consulting, LLC

Jennifer has nearly 20 years of public policy, funding, advocacy, and project development experience. As Southern Regional Director for U. S. Senator Roger Wicker, Jennifer supported municipalities, nonprofits, and other entities in project development and funding requests, including resolving governmental regulatory issues. In October 2014, Jennifer established Schmidt Consulting, LLC, and currently represents local governments, non-profits, and economic development organizations as a grant writer to develop and strengthen projects and obtain funding for initiatives.  



The attorneys at Bradley have earned a reputation as experienced problem solvers with a track record for closing deals. They routinely assist the client’s site selection team, not only in connection with identifying and implementing economic development grants and incentives, but also in the many aspects of the new project or expansion, including real estate, tax, governmental, planning and zoning, environmental, permitting, financing, labor and employment, and construction.

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