Micki Vandeloo, GPC, Principal at Lakeview Consulting combines her unique combination of technical skills, creativity and writing talent to address companies’ writing needs. Micki’s articles on leadership and grantsmanship have been published on the Charity Channel website and in the Grant Professionals Association newsletter. Micki has obtained over $4 million in grant funding for both for-profit and non-profit organizations as a result of her grant writing skills. In addition, her twenty years of experience in manufacturing business development, engineering and consulting roles position her nicely to serve manufacturers and consulting companies needing newsletter articles, blog post and case study writing, and web content.
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Recent Global Posts
Looking into a lake is a beautiful reminder of the importance of reflection for our well-being. The water’s calm surface mirrors our reflection back to us, inspiring us to consider how we’re really doing at that […]
Today we said goodbye to dear Cody. He was one of my rescued (some people call them retired) greyhounds. We got him when he was only eighteen months old. He’d been released from a Florida racing kennel–I do […]
Need a fresh dose of healing? You may find it simply by visiting a forest. Trees promote well-being in a wide variety of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual ways.
Out of all the different environments I […]
The ocean has helped people throughout history navigate their way through journeys. While kayaking in Channel Islands National Park during this national park service centennial year, I learned a lot about how […]
The WLP Scorecard provides a structure for establishing goals, compiling information, tracking progress, quantifying effectiveness, and articulating results. Use WLP Scorecard: Why Learning Matters to […]
This month’s guest post is by Ed Abell, author of the award-winning My Father’s Keep, a deeply moving memoir of forgiveness, promise-keeping, and the power of love and grace over addiction and its deep effect on […]
Spending time in nature is a vital part of wellness and well-being. Not only does going outdoors promote good health, but it also reminds us that we’re connected to something greater than ourselves: an […]
Last year, a theatre I’ll call “Open Door” was auditioning for actresses in my age range for the role of a mother, “Annie”, in the world premiere of a new play I’ll call “Crossroads”. I submitted my head shot an […]