Peaches hung out her shingle as an editorial consultant in 1984, and from there added university-level writing instruction and professional writing and editing posts at magazines and newspapers, and for private clients in all writing genres.
In 2006 she became the Senior Communications Editor for the Tufts Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies, and upon successfully managing the editorial process of Tufts’ winning Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) from the National Center for Research Resources (now NCATS), in 2008, she moved into the role of Senior Grants Editor for the Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute (Tufts CTSI).
Peaches’ focus on nonprofits and small business grants has arisen from her commitment to organizations receiving the funding they so desperately need but may not find in federal grant programs.
Peaches and her collective of grant, manuscript, and fundraising experts, The Scribe, will collaborate to help you get what you need. Please contact her to find out more at firstname.lastname@example.org.
She also provides writing enhancement at all graduate, post-graduate, and industry levels, including support for multilingual speakers of English and “stealth” writing coaching for executive professionals — privately and in groups. Her grant-success curriculum, Aiming for Success!©™ is offered in academic and industry settings.
Peaches received her MA in English (1989) from Northeastern University, with a focus on discourse analysis and composition theory and the teaching of writing. She is certified in grant writing by The Grantsmanship Center, and her CV is available upon request. See this page for what people say about her: “They Like Us.”