Kelley has been involved in proposal writing for 25 years. In her current position as a consultant, she is responsible for developing and maintaining funder relations, researching opportunities for funding, writing proposals and managing all grantsmanship activities. Previously, as President & CEO at National Community Development Institute, Kelley was responsible for writing proposals to secure and maintain funding for national and local foundation-led initiatives. Before that, she worked as President & CEO at the Indianapolis Private Industry Council where she was responsible for writing and securing federal grants from the Department of Labor, HUD and HHS to support workforce initiatives. Kelley currently serves as an active member of Trinity House Academy (Chair); Skillman Foundation 2016 Task Force; UWBA Regional Sparkpoint Advisory Committee; World Conquerors Church Vision in Action Team (Co-Chair); CDC Bay Area Health Equity Advisory Group; and Alliance for Nonprofit Management Governance Committee and People of Color Affinity Group. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Pre-Med/Zoology from Ohio University and an MBA in Management from University of Phoenix, San Jose Campus. She is a member of the Alliance for Nonprofit Management and Board Source.
Kristine has been involved in proposal writing for ten years. In her current position, she is responsible for generating nearly $4 million in revenue from corporations, foundations, and individuals. This includes writing grant proposals and reports, budgets, and cultivation activites. Prior to joining Habitat, Kristine served as Director of Development at Edgewood Center for Children and Families, where she was responsible for securing over $1 million annually in grant funding both programmatic and general support. Kristine earned her B.A. in Liberal Arts and Sciences with a concentration in English from the University of Illinois and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing, concentration poetry from San Francisco State University.
Lynn has been involved in proposal writing for 22 years. In her current position, she is responsible for managing the agency's grants and contracts and developing new funding opportunities. This includes all phases of proposal development, from researching funding prospects, collaborating with program staff in developing outcomes, writing grants and proposals, and being the conduit between program staff and funders. Before that, she worked as Director of Fund and Program Development at the Urban Services YMCA where she raised funds to support Urban Services YMCA programs for children, youth and families. This included writing grant proposals to corporations, foundations and government agencies and developing relationships between her organization and various city, county and state agencies. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from UC Berkeley.
The Leadership Series will take place at the Salvation Army Kroc Community Center. The Community Center is easy to reach by public or private transportation. The full address is:
The Salvation Army
Ray & Joan Kroc Center
240 Turk Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
The December 4th seminar will be in the Activity Room 3 on the third floor.
The Kroc Center is accessible by both Muni Bus and BART.
Getting There By Bus: Muni bus routes 16X and 31 stop directly in front of the Kroc Center. The 5, 9 and 19 bus routes stop within 2 blocks of the Kroc Center at the corner of Turk Street & Leavenworth Street. Walking Directions from Leavenworth Street to meeting venue: Exit bus stop to right. You are on Turk Street. Venue will be approximately 1 minute walk on Turk Street. Meeting Venue will be on right.
Getting There By Train: The closest BART Station is Civic Center which is 3 blocks from the Kroc Center. The following trains stop at the Civic Center: Blue, Green, Red & Yellow.
Walking directions from Civic Center to meeting venue: Exit Civic Center making a right on Market Street. Make a left on Leavenworth Street (you will cross through Heart of the City Farmer`s Market Park). Follow Leavenworth to Turk Street. Make a right on Turk Street. Venue will be on the right. It is approximately a six minute walk from Civic Center to meeting venue.
Directions by Car:
From East Bay (Bay Bridge)
Take 80 West to San Francisco (towards Bay Bridge). After crossing bridge, exit at 5th Street (left lane exit). Take a slight left at Harrison Street, and then right at 6th Street. Continue on 6th Street until it crosses Market Street and becomes Taylor Street, then turn left at Turk Street. The Kroc Center will be on your right.
From the North Bay (Golden Gate Bridge)
If traveling from The Golden Gate Bridge take US-101 South to San Francisco. After crossing the bridge, continue on Lombard Street. Turn right at Van Ness Avenue. Turn left at O`Farrell Street. Turn Right at Jones Street. Turn Right on Turk Street. The venue will be on your left.
From the South Bay
If traveling from the South Bay you can take Highway 280 North to San Francisco (towards Downtown SF/Bay Bridge). Exit at 6th Street. Continue on 6th Street until it crosses Market Street and becomes Taylor Street. Turn left at Turk Street. The Kroc Center will be on your right. If using Highway 101, take 101 North to the 101/280 intersection, then proceed on 280 North as described above.
For area map, please visit: www.krocsf.org/directions
On Street parking is limited near the meeting venue. There are several parking garages within walking distance of the meeting location.
Turk Street Garage and Open Lot, 175 Turk Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
This garage is located at the intersection of Turk and Jones Street. The Garage charges $6 for all day parking. Cash only.
Walking directions from garage to meeting venue: Exit parking garage and make a left on Turk Street. The Kroc Center will be on your right. It is approximately a one minute walk from garage to meeting location.
Toca Park, 265 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
This garage charges $7.00 for all day parking. Cash only.
Walking directions from garage to meeting venue: Exit parking garage making left on Eddy Street. Walk approximately 1/2 block to Jones Street. Make a left on Jones Street. Follow Jones Street to Turk Street. Make a right on Turk Street and the venue will be on your left.
Alternate Transportation Options
Yellow Cab (415) 333-3333
Green and White Cab (415) 626-4733
Our unique one-on-one mentoring sessions offer you the opportunity to sit down with an experienced fundraising professional for 30 minutes to discuss any questions that are specific to your organization. Mentoring sessions cover the same topics as the seminars, and we will assign you a mentor based on his/her availability at your requested times.
Mentoring sessions are available for the cost of $0.00 per session. If you register for a full Summit pass, 0 mentoring sessions are included in the pass.
Below is a list of mentors who will be available at the Summit. Please note that you must register to attend at least one seminar in order to sign up for a mentor.
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