Teresa Huff, a nonprofit strategist, started out her career as a special ed teacher and then transitioned to a work-from-home parent to create more flexibility for her family. In this episode, Teresa and I talk about how she built a business from home, how being a work-from-home parent differs from a stay-at-home parent, how her skills in previous work have translated into grant writing, and how this niche is ideal for those who love to serve and love to write.

Teresa Huff is the host of the Grant Writing Simplified Podcast and a Nonprofit Grant Strategist. She’s helped nonprofits triple their funding and maximize their impact. After winning several million dollars in funding for schools and nonprofits, she now mentors and equips freelance writers and nonprofits to change the world.

She’s figured out how to imperfectly thrive in her introverted work at home life while juggling her two teenagers, husband, and their crazy chihuahua Joey. She uses her Master’s in Education and over 20 years of experience in writing, education, and business to help others take their skills to the next level. 

To get started, take her free quiz “Do you have what it takes to be a grant writer?” at teresahuff.com/bizquiz. You can connect with Teresa at her website or LinkedIn.

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