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Walking in Our Moccasins: Seven Strategies for Tribal Organizations to Win More Grants

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Walking in Our Moccasins is a Native American name, inspired by Chairman Manuel Heart of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, for a process that generated $100 MILLION in new grant funding for his Tribe in six years.

It is a new and improved version of a process developed by Beverly Santicola and her grant consulting team 20 years ago that has generated ONE BILLION in grants for their clients.

In this one-hour presentation you will hear from the entire Santicola & Company Team: Beverly Santicola and Amanda Shepler (award winning grant writers), Reiner Lomb (strategic facilitator, author of The Boomerang Approach), Anthony Two Moons (art director), Karina Branson (graphical facilitator), and Bernadette Cuthair (Planning Director for the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe). Chairman Manuel Heart will also be invited to present on the panel.

Walking in Our Moccasins’ one hour training session will be highly interactive, including storytelling and visual arts, to inspire and motivate the audience to win more grants for their community.

Participants in the course will learn the following:

  • Seven strategies to win more grants;
  • innovative project design techniques; and,
  • visualization strategies to get more funding partners.

While the webinar is specially designed for Native American, Native Hawaiian, and Alaskan Native peoples, the strategies can be applied to any community group, government agency, or nonprofit organization.

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60 Minutes
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1. A confirmation email for the webinar with the login credentials

If you do not receive the confirmation email within 48 hours of registering, please email or call 1-877-784-7268.

All webinars are recorded.


Beverly Santicola

BEVERLY SANTICOLA turned an agricultural childhood and lifetime of work experiences into a purpose driven mission to grow a new generation of leaders for the future of America. She is an award-winning film producer, social entrepreneur, idea generator, problem solver, program developer, project facilitator, public speaker, and grant writing consultant. Over the past ten years Santicola has focused her expertise and energy in the arenas of community development, youth leadership, and collaborative partnership building for government agencies, national associations, Native American Tribes, and Native Hawaiian nonprofits. Working with a team of professional grant writers that have generated more than ONE BILLION in grant funding for clients, she has been nationally recognized for social innovation and leadership excellence by the U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs in connection with the Tiwahe Initiative, as well as as a 2010 and 2014 Purpose Prize Fellow sponsored by the Atlantic Philanthropies and John Templeton Foundation.
Beverly Santicola