Coral Dill

A native of Vancouver, British Columbia, Coral moved to the Midwest seven years ago.  She currently resides in Cincinnati with her husband and daughter.

Coral has two passions: connecting non-profits with the resources necessary to move their mission to action and grant writing.  In 2016, after 10 years of working on in-house development teams, Coral decided to launch Grant Writer Etc.  She has consulted on over 4.5 million dollars of foundation, corporate, and federal grants for non-profits throughout the United States and Canada, and has won grants throughout North America and Europe.  She has worked with organizations of all sizes and prides herself on providing the same level of service and attention to every organization she serves, no matter their size or budget.   Her previous roles have included serving as a Development Director, Manager of Communications & Development, and an in-house Grant Writer, for a variety of non-profits in Cincinnati, Ohio and Vancouver, British Columbia.

Coral is a member of Grant Professionals Association and Association of Fundraising Professionals and was the 2018 Chamberlain Scholar for  the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Cincinnati Chapter.

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Kate Rich

For the last decade, Kate Rich has been dedicated to improving the world, starting in her own community.

She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies, focusing on Latino and Hispanic populations, from Bowling Green State University, and has over three years of experience in the non-profit sector.  In addition to grant writing for Grant Writer Etc., she is also a contributing writer for the Cincinnati Mom's Blog, owns her own business as a private practice birth and postpartum doula and childbirth educator, and serves on the board of directors for the Cincinnati Area Doula Society as Treasurer.


Andrea Behan

Andrea has dedicated her career to cultural heritage, research, and conservation.

She obtained a Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia in 2010 and a Master of Letters from the University of Glasgow in Scotland in Material Culture and Artifact Studies in 2012.

Andrea has held positions in research and technical writing in Archaeology throughout the United States and Canada.  She currently resides in Ottawa, Ontario and is actively pursuing research and graduate studies, while continuing to learn the ever-evolving  world of  grant writing.