Applicants have a demonstrated history of success in the monitoring, developing, and obtaining of grants that support organizational operations. Demonstrated ability to manage teams that obtain and implement grants that meet or exceed organizational objectives. As needed, provides assistance to Program Manager in the development of outreach communications to grant funding organizations.
Prevention derivatives is driven by the thesis that there is an under-valuation of passive risk (or the cost of inaction) and an under-prioritization of positive risk. Correspondingly for wildfires as an example, there is an under-recognition of the potential shared value upside of preventative action through social innovation and social interventions (such as goats & sheep that prevent wildfires). CrowdDoing.world's aim is to guarantee positive risk through leveraging existing liabilities to allow for the implications of prescriptive analytics to be financed. The under-pricing of passive risk means that liabilities are treated as either costs of doing business or un-predictable risks even for entirely preventable risks. Risk management offices have been too biased towards avoiding taking the wrong risks rather than ensuring that institutions make their own luck by seizing the abundant positive risk opportunities in social innovation. Meanwhile, the bias against positive risk leaves social innovations not to get adopted even if there would be remarkable benefits to all stakeholders if they were adopted
1. Monitor websites and communications of organizations (private and public/profit and non-profit) that have an established track record of offering grants that mitigate nature-related disasters; develop and maintain an outreach program that supports these activities
4. Maintain a backlog of grant applications and statuses that is current, includes version control, and is backed up; ensure access to organizational members is fully aligned with established access and security protocols.