Appointment of Grants Writer, Office of Sponsored Research & Grants

Appointment of Grants Writer, Office of Sponsored Research & Grants

14th June, 2018



University of The Bahamas (UB) announces the appointment of Mrs. Stacey Moultrie as Grants Writer, Office of Sponsored Research and Grants in the Office of the Provost.

In this capacity, Mrs. Moultrie is responsible for all phases of grants development, evaluation and compliance, including research, pre-award grant writing, coordination of grant applications, and limited post-award support for staff overseeing grant-funded projects. She will also actively seek and identify external opportunities, collaborating with academic deans, that present viable funding opportunities and match academic priorities. As Grants Writer, Mrs. Moultrie will review grant proposals for adherence to funding solicitation guidelines and requirements and assist in developing, compiling and reviewing other proposal documents which may include budget, administrative/internal, sponsor form preparation, database, file and document maintenance.

The area of sponsored research and grants is vitally important to UB as it grows and develops a culture that supports robust research by faculty, students and staff and explores pipelines of available funding.

Over the course of her 24-year career, Mrs. Moultrie has secured more than $24 million for organizations throughout The Bahamas and the Caribbean and has worked as grant writer for organizations including the United Nations Environment Programme, the United Nations Development Programme (Small Grants Programme, Bahamas), and the Bahamas Environment, Science and Technology (BEST) Commission.

She earned a Bachelor of Science in Marine Sciences and Fisheries from University of the West Indies; a Master of Marine Management from Dalhousie University; and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning from University of Florida.

She is a Member of the Charted Institution of Water and Environmental Management and is a Chartered Scientist with the United Kingdom Science Council. She also serves as President of the non-profit, Smart and Strong Sisterhood (SASS), which supports girls in pursuing careers in STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.

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University of The Bahamas
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