Noah Temaner Jenkins
Noah Temaner Jenkins is a consultant who assists in developing the capacity of nonprofit organizations through program evaluation, fundraising strategy and grant writing, board development, strategic planning, executive coaching, community research, and technical writing. Clients include community-based organizations, universities, and citywide nonprofits providing human services, social justice advocacy, arts, housing, and health. Since 2002, Noah has helped clients, through her grant writing, to raise more than $10 million from local, state, and federal government, and various private foundations and corporations.
She has served as evaluator for national, statewide, and community-based programs. She has extensive experience in community-based research, including focus groups and individual interviews, specializing in hard-to-reach populations. She has written and edited documents for the Illinois Community College Board, University of California Berkeley, Chicago Jobs Council, Latino Policy Forum, New York Academy of Medicine, North Lawndale Employment Network, and others.
She teaches online courses, face-to-face workshops, and academic courses in program design and evaluation and grant writing, and is adjunct faculty at UIC’s College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs. She is published by Sage Publications and holds a Master of Urban Planning and Policy.