Alyssa Krosbakken, based in Fargo, ND, has more than five years of experience in grant writing, primarily in the areas of tribal health. She has successfully written grants for non-profit and for-profit entities to over 20 unique federal, state, foundation, and corporate funders. Previously working in-house for an Alaska Native tribal health organization, she has written grants for a wide variety of topics such as health prevention, behavioral health, engineering, health research, food security, water and sanitation, environmental health, community development, emergency preparedness, telehealth, clean energy, and epidemiology. Alyssa also served as Program Manager for a highly successful grant development department which submitted an average of 130 grants annually. Alyssa has experience writing successful grants to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), National Institutes of Health (NIH), among others. In her free time, Alyssa enjoys reading, hiking, and biking.
“I have a passion for storytelling and a desire to see human needs met so communities can thrive. My favorite part about being a grant writer is that I get to create an impact through my work by helping secure funding for important projects which meet those needs.”