If you have the opportunity to work with Saltzberg Consulting, do not miss the chance. – David Shegan, Director of VSP of Sinai Hospital (retired)
Elise will steer you in the right direction! – Tricia Rubacky, Vice President for Development at Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Great to work with! – David Slomkowski, Founder and Executive Director of Athletes Serving Athletes
Ayala provides nonprofit, corporate, and government clients with a versatile range of writing, editing, and strategic services, with a focus on nonprofit groups, urban revitalization, and communications. She specializes in grant-writing and city, state, and federal Requests for Proposals and Requests for Qualifications. Her work combines compelling advocacy with mastery of information, technical data, and issues – presented in plain English.
Ayala holds a JD from New York University School of Law and a BA in The Writing Seminars, from Johns Hopkins University.
Monica has contributed to numerous grant proposals and has experience writing on various public health topics and populations including adolescent health, veterans health, long term care, HIV/AIDS, youth violence prevention, health care access and financing, minority health and health disparities, community and economic development, cultural competency, and international health.
Monica is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles with a Master of Public Health degree in Health Policy and Management and a MA in African Studies. Monica received a BA in International and Comparative Studies from the University of Miami.
Judy has 25 years of experience in fundraising, marketing, organizational development, and nonprofit management. She has worked with national organizations such as the National Mental Health Association, the Epilepsy Foundation of America, and United Cerebral Palsy, as well as grassroots organizations in Baltimore and Washington, DC. Judy's fundraising experience spans the gamut from corporate and foundation giving to management of special events to board recruitment and planned giving.
Judy holds a BA degree from the State University of New York at Oswego and a MBA degree from William and Mary College.
Dawn Edwards has 15+ years of development experience focused on foundation and corporate relations, grant writing and research, grants managements, development planning and budgeting, board development, and organizational capacity building.
Most recently, Dawn served as the Director of Development, Baltimore with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship where she was charged with re-establishing their funding program and building relationships with funder and community partners. Dawn also served as Maryland Nonprofits’ chief fundraising officer and held development positions at BoardSource.
Dawn received her MPA in Nonprofit Leadership and Community Development from the University of Delaware and her BA from Mount Saint Mary's University.
Linda has more than 30 years experience writing and editing for nonprofits and socially responsible businesses. With experience in both marketing and fundraising, she’s contributed to a wide variety of web and print communications on topics that include environmental issues, the arts, business, education, and social welfare. A long-time meditator, she brings clarity and warmth to all her projects. She is the founder and editor of the website cafemeditation.com.
Linda holds a BA in English from the University of Vermont.