McAllister & Quinn is excited to announce the promotion of Kellianne Lauer to Vice President of the Research Universities Practice.
In the past month, the President signed into law the Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Omnibus Bill that funds the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and released his budget request for FY23. FY22 funding levels for the HHS sub-agencies listed below represent some of the most significant funding increases in recent history.
Annie Kurowski, Vice President at McAllister & Quinn and Dr. Lisa Brabo, Executive Director of Family Service Agency of Santa Barbara (FSA), discuss their perspectives on how to navigate the federal grants process and work strategically with McAllister and Quinn to meet funding goals.
On March 28th, 2022, President Biden presented his annual budget request to Congress for fiscal year 2023. The White House has proposed…
The spending bill that is now funding the government for fiscal year 2022 became law on March 15, 2022, when President Biden signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022. Key highlights from the legislation include…
McAllister & Quinn is excited to announce that Amanda Parsons, M.P.P., P.M.P. has been promoted to Chief of Staff of the Higher Education Practice.
McAllister & Quinn is excited to announce that Kaitlyn Sands, M.P.A., has joined the firm’s growing Higher Education practice as Director of Grants & Federal Affairs.
McAllister & Quinn is excited to announce that Dr. Frank A. Boyd, political science and higher education expert with 26 years of experience, is joining McAllister & Quinn as Vice President in the Higher Education Practice in April.
McAllister & Quinn has succeeded in securing more than $1 billion in competitive grant funding for their clients. McAllister and Quinn says the achievement reflects the strength and depth of their collaborations with their clients, winning grants from across a broad range of federal agencies, foundations, and other funding sources.
McAllister & Quinn is excited to congratulate Wayne State College (WSC) on being awarded the Track 1 Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship grant focused on recruiting talented students into science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) educator preparation.