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Noah Temaner Jenkins

Noah Temaner Jenkins

Noah Temaner Jenkins is a freelance organization development and writing consultant for nonprofits that are engaged in community development, social justice, poverty alleviation, and higher education. Since 2002, she has helped clients, through her grantwriting, raise more than $7 million from local, state, and federal government agencies, as well as from private foundations and corporation. Her project portfolio includes program evaluation, board development, and strategic planning.

She has written and edited for the Illinois Community College Board, UC Berkeley, Chicago Jobs Council, Latino Policy Forum, New York Academy of Medicine, the North Lawndale Employment Network, and others. As a grantwriter, she has helped clients raise more than $4 million from local, state, and federal government agencies, as well as various private foundations and corporations.

She is a member of the adjunct faculty at UIC's College of Urban Affairs and at Spertus Institute. currently serves as president of Friends of Downtown and serves on the board of Southwest Youth Collaborative. She has served as president of the UIC College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs Alumni Association, as president of Friends of Downtown, and on the board of the Southwest Youth Collaborative.


Contact

Nonprofit Management
njenkins [at] spertus.edu
Education

MUPP, University of Illinois at Chicago
BA, University of Illinois at Chicago