Let funders know exactly who you are, what you want to do, and why you’re the only one who can do it. We can work together on a public or private foundation grant, and at any stage of the process. When you collaborate with a freelance grant writer, you get specialized on-demand expertise while freeing up your time to focus on your clients and your mission. If you are an academic researcher seeking assistance with grant proposals, please click here.

Here are some ways we can work together:

  • Partnering with you to write and edit grant proposals, letters of inquiry/interest, or grant reports
  • Developing grant prospect lists
  • Outreaching to funders to check if your program is a good fit for their priorities
  • Consulting on program design, program evaluation, budgets, and logic models

I have worked with small and large non-profits as a freelance grant writer, researcher, and consultant. I specialize in writing grants for Federally Qualified Health Centers (community health centers), organizations that strengthen safety net clinics and primary care, and health justice organizations, leveraging 8+ years of work experience in safety net clinics, public health, and social justice-oriented non-profits. You can read more about my prior work experience here.

Let’s start a conversation about how we can collaborate to bring in resources that support and grow your organization.


Proposal writers often specialize and subspecialize. Jessica brings deep general knowledge of health care and the safety net, along with first rate writing, editing and project management skills to jobs that would otherwise take two or three other sets of eyes and hands. She is an attentive listener who identifies key insights, rapidly synthesizes a diverse range of information, and she made thoughtful suggestions that completed and improved our final product.

She constantly exceeded my expectations, was a pleasure to work with, met her deadlines easily and on time and communicated clearly. I would not hesitate to hire Jessica again in the future.

-Pancho Chang, Chief Operating Officer, Federally Qualified Health Center