Presentation Summary: Many tribal governments are now learning what it’s like not only to receive grant funding from the Federal government but also to act as pass-through entities to provide
Presentation Summary: Many tribal governments are now learning what it’s like not only to receive grant funding from the Federal government but also to act as pass-through entities to provide funding to recipients in their own communities. As if managing funding on its own wasn’t complicated enough, managing pass-through funding as well as sub recipients comes with its own need for internal controls to ensure compliance and success for sub recipients. There are major advantages and disadvantages to pass-through grants, so what’s the best way for tribes to navigate and be successful? Join TribalWise and eCivis’ Certified Grants Management Specialist and Tribal Expert on April 29th at 1 pm ET to get five best practices tribes can start implementing now to manage their pass-through grants.
Specifically, attendees will learn:
• The ins and outs of pass-through funding
• What pass-through funding looks like in times of crises
• Five best practices tribes can use to manage sub recipients and pass-through funding
Presenter: Maria Howeth, MBA, CGMS, Sr. Customer Success Manager & Tribal Alliance Specialist, eCivis
Presenters Bio: Maria comes from the tribal government sector and is a proud member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. As eCivis’ Sr. Customer Success Manager and Tribal Alliance Specialist, Maria brings expert knowledge of grants and tribal government. She is a Certified Grant Management Specialist (CGMS) from the National Grants Management Association (NGMA) where she serves on their board of directors and is active in many committees. Maria holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Southern Nazarene University and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from East Central University. She also has training in Tribal Law from Oklahoma City University.
(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm