WEBINAR: Making Funding More Attainable: Insights for K-12 Schools in Ohio
Making Funding More Attainable:
Insights for K-12 Schools in Ohio
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We all know the expression, less is more. And while it applies to decadent chocolate cake and Grandma’s knick-knacks, the expression certainly is not true for education programs. More is more. Research shows that when many stakeholders—from parents to school leaders to classroom teachers to community partners—are engaged in education programs, it increases the likelihood of academic success for students. And the unexpected benefit is that when you have more stakeholders engaged, the floodgates open for better, stronger funding opportunities that will keep the success sustainable.
In this webinar, learn how to access more funding by strategically building your education programs to involve more of your community. Co-presenters Dr. Paula Love and Helena Dameron will offer insights and information to help your district identify new approaches to funding your educational programs. By partnering with public and private organizations to offer aligned programming-- from early childhood programs, extended learning, dual-generation learning—your district can uncover new strategies for academic success and new funding streams. By the end of this webinar, you will have actionable funding resources that position your district to maximize funding opportunities and better meet the needs of your students.Sponsored by OAESA's corporate partner myON:
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
About Dr. Paula Love
Dr. Paula Love is a renowned funding expert with years of experience delivering funding strategies for for-profit organizations, state and local educational agencies, nonprofit organizations, schools, and institutions of higher learning. She knows education and funding from every perspective, beginning in the classroom up through the federal level and into the corporate education world. She brings over 40 years of expertise to RFPMatch.com. Her areas of expertise include program management and evaluation, private and public sector partnerships, bid and contract coordination, grant and proposal development, and technology planning and implementation.
Her core value of helping others began at the early age of seven, when Paula rallied a community and raised so much money for cystic fibrosis that she made the front-page headlines in a prominent newspaper. Her passion for funding continued into her high school years, where she led her classmates to raise the bar in fundraising. In her career, she gained great respect at the federal, state, and local levels of education as a highly successful grant administrator. Dr. Love’s work with state departments of education, local school districts, for-profit companies, and non-profit organizations has resulted in increasing revenues well over $150 million. During her tenure at the Maryland State Department of Education, Dr. Love worked directly with Dr. Susan Zelman, Ohio former State Superintendent, to pilot a federal project.
Dr. Love is an experienced funding consultant and brings a wealth of insight to every company and organization she assists, helping improve processes and efficiencies while uncovering new opportunities for growth.
About Helena Dameron
Helena Dameron is an education leader with extensive career experiences in curriculum leadership, curriculum development, assessment, professional services, and program implementation. With 25 years of experience, Dameron has guided pedagogical change management and carried out program adoption and relationship-building activities between schools and community organizations.
Dameron has a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from Ohio State University, and has held leadership roles with Columbus City School District as a literacy coach and director of K-12 Reading Language Arts/Social Studies. Dameron also works with the nonprofit organization, Literacy Initiatives, to promote local initiative with respect to literacy and education, especially in settings where the home language has been removed from the school realm.
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