Center for Nonprofit Policy and Practice
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
Gina Weisblat, has been writing grants and doing evaluation work in Minnesota and Ohio for over 15 years. She started as a community organizer working with youth in need, worked as a special assistant to the mayor and was in charge of writing grants for all the Park and Recreation Centers in the City of Cleveland.
She has recently published a workbook on “Getting that Grant” for educators from LRP publications. She was recently on the National Young Audience team as a consultant that won Project of the year, speaks to various groups on evaluation and grant writing and consults with many local Cleveland groups. Her latest work is focused on publishing a paper on surrogate social capital. She currently serves on the executive committee on the board of the BRICK and has served on the City Year Board as well. Her undergraduate degree is in natural and cognitive sciences from Hampshire College, Masters in Counseling and Human Services from John Carroll University and a Doctorate in Neighborhood and Housing from Cleveland State University.