ACCP Presents welcomes Keriann Strickland and Natalya DeRobertis-Theye for an educational webcast. This webcast is open to members and nonmembers.
Focusing on inclusivity and diversity results in better outcomes for everyone, no matter what kind of grant you’re offering—and right now is the perfect moment to make sure you're doing more than just paying lip service to your DEI goals.
In this webinar, we’ll hone in on tips for improving two key areas of your process: applications and review. From the application questions you ask to the review criteria you choose, there are important moments of truth to get DEI right—or risk allowing bias to creep in.
At Submittable, we work with thousands of organizations to refine these processes for their grants and social good programs. In this webinar, we’ll draw on best practices and examples from those clients to cover:
- Key strategies that help you integrate inclusive practices into your applications
- How to reduce bias in your review process
- Examples and ideas to steal from organizations getting application and review right
Keriann Strickland is the Vice President of Product Marketing at Submittable, a social impact platform that helps organizations launch, manage, and measure programs that make a difference. A recovering journalist and serial start-up employee, she spends her days managing Submittable’s incredible team of creatives and product marketers and obsessing over words, clarity, and helping customers get more value from Submittable. Happiest near mountains, Keriann calls Missoula, Mont. home.
Natalya DeRobertis-Theye is a Product Marketing Manager at Submittable. She develops content and strategy around product communication, helping new organizations discover Submittable as a solution and guiding customers to delight in new capabilities and uncover deeper value. She has a BA from the University of California, Berkeley. A bookworm, card-carrying cat lady as well as a writer and yogi, Natalya loves getting out into the mountains in her adopted home state of Montana.