Alisha Ebling is a skilled nonprofit professional with more than four years of experience in all stages of the institutional giving process, which includes prospect research; proposal development; management of funder relations; coordinating with program and executive staff on goals, objectives, and outcomes; writing and successful execution of grants and reports; support with the development of program and project budgets; and overall stewardship of the grant once awarded. She has a successful track record of securing small, mid-size, and large multi-year gifts from foundations, corporate foundations, and government institutions.
Throughout her career, Alisha has written successful grants for legal services, legal and law enforcement collaborations, emergency shelter programs, vulnerable populations, transitional housing, behavioral health services, police foundations, children’s services, youth programs and the arts.
Alisha holds an M.A. in creative writing from Oxford Brookes University in Oxford, U.K. and a bachelor’s degree in English writing from the University of Pittsburgh.