Are You Ready to Scale Your Social Impact?
Trivium Consulting is your strategic partner for building collaborations, securing grants, and scaling capacity.
We combine extensive agency and foundation experience with a broad network of researchers, educators, and social innovators to position your organization within the landscape of federal and foundation funding.
We provide capacity-building strategies and training, maximizing your impact and advancing your vision for a better world.
UNCOVER NEW OPPORTUNITIES
We work with you to create a customized development program and a sustainable funding model based
on an in-depth analysis of your organization's goals and capabilities.
EXPAND KEY PARTNERSHIPS
Our relationships and experience bring expert advisors and new collaborators to your cause, ensuring stronger proposals and programs.
SECURE CRITICAL FUNDING
From ideation and grant writing, to award negotiation and management, we are dedicated partners, focused on leveraging your current work for new opportunities.
FUNDING OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS
We take the time to understand your organization’s goals, mission, and culture, applying that knowledge to efficient and effective development strategies.
WHAT WE DO
Assess your current position for obtaining government or foundation funding
Guide your organization through a process of self-investigation and analysis, defining its needs in the grant research and dissemination cycle
Develop a customized roadmap of short-term and long-term funding opportunities that align with your mission and activities
Provide ongoing consultation on emerging federal funding initiatives which map to your mission and internal capacity
WHAT WE DO
Advise on opportunities that increase your partner engagement, providing mutual growth and sustainability
Introduce you to potential partners whose strengths complement yours, increasing your funding success
Foster your relationships with granting agencies, positioning your organization to pursue multiple funding sources
Research and coordinate meetings with key agency officials, supporting the creation of briefing materials for those presentations
WHAT WE DO
Provide a spectrum of proposal writing services from single review and editing, to full-scale grant writing and mock peer review panels
Produce webinars and white papers informing your staff of emerging funding opportunities
Create a customized Proposal Outline that interprets each solicitation’s requirements, and provides the initial outline for the narrative
Manage the proposal development process, identifying roles and responsibilities, and coordinating timelines
Assist in responding to agency questions and final award negotiation
WHAT WE DO
Review your capacity for managing large-scale federal and foundation grants, including accounting and reporting compliance
Recommend changes to streamline your compliance processes and assist with grant implementation
Assist with the preparation of required reports, outreach presentations, and other publications, including writing, editing, video production, and design services
Provide compliancy procedures training to your project and administrative staff
Anna is the founder of Trivium Consulting, a woman- and minority-owned small business committed to serving mission-driven organizations. For more than twenty years, she has provided strategic counsel to large and small education nonprofits and associations, university research centers, school districts, and museums. She continually positions clients for successful funding with her keen understanding of agency goals and requirements, experience building partnerships, and expertise in guiding proposal development and review.
Before launching Trivium Consulting, Anna was an Associate Vice President of the Implementation Group, Inc. (TIG), where she provided strategic grant services to STEM organizations. Prior to TIG, she spent several years at the National Science Foundation (NSF) as a Program Director in the Division of Research and Learning where she worked extensively with STEM projects to promote mathematics reform efforts.
Director; Projects & Content
Meighan leads Trivium proposal ideation, development, and writing—supporting our clients in achieving their mission. Prior to her work with Trivium, Meighan was a Client Lead for Clarity Innovations, spearheading the development and creation of online educational experiences for Fortune 500 companies, IHE’s, and non-profits. She was a co-founder and CEO of Dawson Media Group, a mission-driven company leveraging federal grants to create programs for libraries and museums, professional development for teachers, and K-12 classroom materials. Meighan began her grant writing career in the PBS system where she served as the Series Manager for the Emmy-award winning Newton’s Apple, and later as the Executive Producer for Educational Media, in each case successfully pursuing federal and foundation grants from NSF, NOAA, NIH, US Dept. of Ed, US Dept. of Justice, and private foundations. Meighan maintains a greater than 70% proposal success rate annually.
Director; Business Operations
Maribeth covers all aspects of organizational planning and finance for Trivium Consulting. She has over 35 years of experience in higher education administration overseeing software developers in the design and implementation of admissions (undergraduate and graduate), registration, and contracts and grants accounting systems. She was instrumental in designing the first data warehouse for a 4-year research institution, which brought data storage and analysis out of the central administration and into offices campuswide. She developed project management tools for large-scale software development projects increasing efficiency, accountability, and communications during a project’s life-cycle.
Director; Strategy & Development
Ken is a communications and development executive with extensive expertise in education, research, and policy. Prior to joining Trivium Consulting, he led the Institutional Development Department for TERC, a stem-focused nonprofit education research, and development organization with annual grant revenue of $8 - $12 million. At TERC he supported a network of senior researchers in identifying and securing funding and was responsible for creating and implementing their public affairs and communications plan. In addition to leading their digital communications strategy, he served as media spokesperson, organized symposia and conference events, and was the editor of their Hands On! magazine disseminated to 25,000 educators annually.