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Improve educator effectiveness
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Bejanae Kareem has over 15 years of grant acquisition, implementation, and evaluation experience and is the founding Executive Director of BK International Education Consultancy, an International Association for Continuing Education and Training accredited provider of continuing education units specializing in grant acquisition and consulting. Ms. Kareem has practical experience in the full spectrum of the grant life cycle from creating Requests for Proposals and reviewing grant proposals, authoring, implementing and reporting, and evaluating grant projects. In addition to grants, Ms. Kareem has taught in both K-12 and collegiate environments, virtual and face-to-face since 2002. She is passionate about combining best practices in continuing education and training with grant resources and strategy to help novice grant writers hone their skills.
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