15th Annual Grants Training Seminar: Nonprofit Roadmap to Success


Leveraging the Jenniferism, "Your nonprofit business is a business," this nonprofit roadmap to success highlights the differences between structure, development, and funding for nonprofit organizations. In this informative seminar, learn how to organize your nonprofit business for funding readiness; establish an executable business development strategy; establish a framework for funding; and, understand grant prospecting, writing, and funding.

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Jennifer JonesJennifer B. Jones is a transformational leader, business strategist, legislative advocate, writer, and orator who serves as president and CEO of KyJour International (KJI) Strategic Business Solutions - a boutique consulting firm that provides strategic planning, training and education, commercial finance, and business development in the government contracting, political, nonprofit, and emerging business markets.

Jones is a noted philanthropist, community servant, strategist, executive coach, and gifted communicator. Whether providing nonprofit funding and sustainability trainings, leading a community initiative, or serving as the managing member of Jones, Mitchell & Associates, LLC - a commercial real-estate development and investments firm - her transference of knowledge gleaned in medicine and research into other professional arenas including workshop facilitation, training, full life-cycle recruiting, speaking, consulting, coaching, and the culinary arts is evident. Her eclectic mix of thoughts, views and opinions are shared as a highly sought speaker with audiences throughout the country. She was co-host of her weekly broadcast show, Truth 360 and has convened a host of conferences, meetings, and symposia.

Jones is known among women regionally, nationally, and internationally as a community servant and passionate advocate for women and families. In her role as chair of the Prince George’s County Commission for Women, she championed the needs of women, girls, and their families through programs in education, health, empowerment, domestic violence, and human trafficking. Her legislative advocacy and work with county, state, and federal government leaders has enriched the work of nonprofit, business, faith-based, and service organizations. She has contributed significantly to the realization of the Global Vision Community Medical Center, Family Justice Center, Prince George’s County Family Justice Center, and Human Trafficking Task Forces and several other community programs, initiatives, and activities.

She is a member and affiliate of several service organizations including the Iota Gamma Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Zonta Club of Mid-Maryland, Zonta International, Black Women’s Roundtable, National Coalition for Black Civic Participation, Business and Professional Women/Southern Prince George’s, and Sisters-4-Sisters Network, Inc. Her present focus is passionately pursuing resources to support victims of domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual assault, and trauma to transform their lives from victims to survivors and from survivors to leaders.

Cornerstone to her life’s work is her faith and a love for music, arts, fitness, and entertainment. Jones is a member of First Baptist Church of Glenarden in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, a devoted wife, and proud mother of two sons.