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Recipe for a Successful Lantos Grant

January 29, 2013

The Tom Lantos Innovation in Community Service Awards provide grants of up to $5,000 each to members of the PH community to act on their own ideas about serving the PH community.  Learn the ingredients of a strong Lantos Grant application in this webinar featuring Mollie Katz, PHA’s Vice President of Community Engagement and the coordinator of the Lantos grant program.  To help you prepare to submit an application by the Feb. 27 due date, Mollie will discuss the purpose of the grants, explain the grant application process, offer guidance on writing successful applications and answer your questions.

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Presenter Information

Mollie Katz

Mollie Katz, PHA's Vice President, Community Engagement

Mollie Katz, PHA’s vice president of community engagement, runs the Tom Lantos Innovation in Community Service Award program.  Her role with these grants includes calling for submissions, assisting the review committee, following up with grantees on their projects and communicating to the PH community about projects funded by the program.  Her background includes many years in health-related public relations.

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