Our service includes a comprehensive consultation to help identify gaps and opportunities within private and public agencies. We provide continuous grant management training and techniques for our staff to provide the highest quality of grant management services to our clients.
The primary goal of our Grants Management division is to connect our clients with federal and state approved funding resources and provide the highest quality of services so you can win your grant. Our successful track record includes a total awarded grant funding of $131.7 million, with $35 million coming from Homeland Security grants. Together we will create and refine your plan for success.
Stephen Larson has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Logistics Management from Weber State University, and a Master of Business Administration from California State University. Steve graduated from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Academy in 2018 and has also completed the FEMA National Emergency Executive Academy in 2021. His work experience includes positions as a District Manger – Kmart International, Chief Executive Officer United Cerebral Palsy, and a Grants Manager at several Public Agencies. Stephen has been implementing Federal, State, and Local grants to include Emergency Management and Homeland Security projects that leverage security needs with operational concerns. Over the past 15 years Stephen has written, been awarded, and, implemented over $35+ million in Homeland Security Grants.
Stephen has written several books on grant writing and has authored over $300 million in Federal and State grants. These grants include road widening, grade separations, railway bridges, cyber security, community projects, and equipment for first responders. Stephen was tapped by Governor Brown in 2013 to serve on the newly created State of California Cyber Security Task Force where he specifically worked on creating a cyber-security curriculum and learning objectives with State Colleges such as the UC and CSU educational systems. Stephen has also served on the Bay Area Maritime Security Committee and the Cyber Security Sub-Committee. Stephen participates with several security and first responder tabletop exercises and drills every year at the State level to include coordination with the FBI, Customs Border Protection, Coast Guard, the National Guard, and California Maritime Security Committee. Stephen has written and published several books, with his most recent book available on Amazon & Kindle titled: “Win your Grant, Write it in Crayon”.
William earned a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2019, graduating with the distinction magna cum laude. He also completed a Master’s in Business Administration, California State University Sacrament in February 2021. William served in the United States Air Force, beginning his career in 1993 and retired in 2013 after 20 years. While active duty, his work was in healthcare, performing duties as a Respiratory Therapist and Cardiac Catheterization Technician. On deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, he utilized his skills as a Respiratory Therapist to serve as a Critical Care Aero Evacuation Transport Team Member that obtained a 99% patient survival across the Air Force at that time. He was also involved in Humanitarian Relief efforts during Hurricane Katrina, and political upheaval in Haiti. He eventually moved to higher leadership roles in managing the Cardiac Catheterization Lab and eventually promoting to the hospital administration level in his last three years, heading up the Education and Training Program that tracked training protocols for over 2,500 physicians, nurses, and technicians. William’s next career move brought him to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation where he served as a Corrections Officer for over a year. He then decided to pursue his education, finding an opportunity in grant management services. He has currently written several award-winning Nonprofit Security grants for our clients and has contributed to many other successful Federal and State grants over several funding agencies.
Kristopher was raised in Southern California and just recently moved to Northern California to join Global Grant Services. Kris enlisted in the U.S. Army National Guard and performed duties as a logistics technician. His military experience started at Fort Jackson, South Carolina for boot camp and returning to Los Angeles. Kris has written and submitted many grants including Economic Development Administration, California Office of Emergency Services, Oregon Office of Emergency Management and Department of Transportation over the past two years.
Kristopher's leadership skills earned him the position of Accounts Director. He is directly responsible for tracking our Senior Grants Analysts work, acting as a liaison to our clients, and working together with funding agencies.