About Erika SchwichtenbergErika enjoys the versatility of Grants, whether they are government (federal, state, regional, municipal) or private (Individual, family, corporate, community, or donor advised). Grants bring private and public philanthropy to life and many times leverage significant dollars through matches, challenges, and marketing/sponsor partnerships. She has her experience in grant services since the early 2000s, working in private and public capital projects, leveraging myriad types of grants to complete projects and programs on time and at goal. She has experience working with all types of nonprofits; housing, human services, health services, environmental, education, arts, Tribal communities, and both urban and rural development and re-development projects.
Most recently, Erika has had the pleasure of working with the following organizations on their capital campaigns using significant private and government grant funding: Ain Dah Yung Center, Alliance Francaise, Hmong American Partnership, Communities in Schools, New Day Advocacy Center, Keystone Community Services, Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, Southern Anoka Community Assistance, Native American Community Clinic, Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, Sokaogon Chippewa Community, Native American Development Corporation, The Ray, and many other exemplary nonprofits.