Heather Stevenson, partner
Heather Stevenson has been working in the non-profit sector doing grant writing and fundraising since 1992. She was the development director at Community Environmental Council and Pacific Pride Foundation, and has done grant writing for over 20 organizations. Since 2004 she has been focusing her expertise on health and social services, the arts, and social justice, working for such organizations as Transition House, Pacific Pride Foundation, Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation, Boxtales Theatre Company, Lobero Theatre, Museum of Contemporary Art, and Casa Serena. She has served on the Board of Directors of the Fund for Santa and Pacific Pride Foundation.
Michelle Howard, partner
Michelle Howard has been working in non-profit fundraising, organization development and advocacy since 1992, with a seven year hiatus as an executive in the software industry. In addition to leading the Write Team with Heather, her major campaigns include the Public Interest Research Groups, the Democratic National Committee and development work with Wilderness Youth Project. Michelle is an optimizer and a systems-thinker, and particularly enjoys working with organizations to build capacity.
Kelsey Maloney, Junior Partner
Kelsey moved to Santa Barbara from Manhattan Beach, CA to study Global and International Studies at UCSB. She discovered her love of grant writing when she interned as a grant writer for a nonprofit in Chile (Un Techo Para Mi Pais). After graduating, Kelsey joined the development department at Vitamin Angels for several years. She was thrilled to join The Write Team in 2014 and enjoys working with local nonprofit organizations. Kelsey is passionate about sustainability and spending time in the ocean.
Alice Bradley, Grant Writer
Alice holds a B.A. in English and Italian from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and has spent the past five years working in youth education, sustainable agriculture, and community engagement, most recently as a Garden Educator with Explore Ecology in Santa Barbara. In 2018, she earned a 72-hour Permaculture Design Certificate at Quail Springs Permaculture in the Cuyama Valley. A Fulbright award recipient in 2014, she spent a year working as an English Teaching Assistant in Italy. She is proud to be working as a Grant Writer with the Write Team, and she looks forward to contributing her writing skills to non-profit organizations that find creative solutions to the pressing social, economic, and environmental issues facing our local and global communities today.