MEET THE TEAM

As a B-Corporation, GrantBook lives the values we promote. We are continually investing in our capabilities to promote openness and resiliency. We mirror this commitment with our clients to find right sized tools for Grants Management, Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing to ensure your teams are equipped with the know-how needed to excel in 21st Century.

MICHELLE N. MOORE
Managing Director
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ANIL PATEL
Co-Founder, Digital Strategy
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PETER DEITZ
Co-Founder, Operations & Finance
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MELANIE WOOD
Director of Client Services
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ROB FISHBOOK
Director of
Operations & Finance
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RAHI DELVI
Lead, Technology
Adoption
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TIERNEY SMITH
Computer Systems Analyst, Philanthropy Solutions Advisor
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JENNIFER TOH
Philanthropy Solutions Advisor
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KENNY LI
Computer Systems Analyst, Implementation
Specialist
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CONNOR SULLIVAN
Middleware Developer
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HAIFA STAITI
Philanthropy Solutions Advisor
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JAMES LAW
Philanthropy Solutions Advisor, Channel Partners
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ANNIE XIONG
Implementation Specialist
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MAGGIE CHEUNG
Creative Services Coordinator
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WHAT DRIVES US FORWARD

The future of philanthropy is about digital competency, real-time reporting and frictionless sharing. The work of GrantBook will not be complete until the vast majority of philanthropic teams feel they are focusing on the work that matters, not administering it.

How do we walk the talk? The charts below are the unvarnished survey results from the workshops and meetings we host for GrantBook BESPOKE and INSIDE engagements. All the results are shared in real-time: what is working, what is not, where there is room for improvement.

Was the agenda well designed?

Was the session well facilitated?

Was the session a good use of your time?

Are the next steps for the project clear?

Are you leaving with one practical idea?

Was the session the right length?