LEAD EDITOR AND GRANT WRITER
Anna Nelson, owner of One Small Step Writing Services, has a passion for helping people accomplish their dreams. She is a skilled grant writer and funding researcher, as well as a professional editor and proofreader. She will make sure every detail of your work is accurate and written to the highest standards. Her career includes over 20 years in the engineering, science, and aviation fields. When you add to that her background in education and the outdoor industry, you’ll see why her diverse experience can provide insight to almost any project. She spends her free time gardening, hiking, skiing, or doing almost anything outdoors. She is dedicated to supporting people who need to fine-tune their vision so they can accomplish their goals, and she looks forward to bring success to your project.
Classes Taught By Anna
"I know it’s an antiquated concept, but I like to think I was put in this world to be a curator. Whether working with written content or finding the perfect grant opportunities — I love tweaking the details to make a project successful. I’m excited to bring my 'curating' skills to our clients at One Small Step. I'm here to refine the details and clarify you message, so you can impact audiences all over the world."
— Anna Nelson
Meet the Team
Our team of experts work hard to ensure your grant or written work is in it's very best form before submission to your audience.
Carolina K. Smith, MD
Carolina K. Smith, MD, passionately believes that grants are a force multiplier for the Common Good. With expertise in research funding, meticulous attention to detail, and compelling narrative crafting, she helps non-profits fulfill their mission by winning grants. Her diverse background spans the airline industry, immunology research, and medicine, and she is a Diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology.
Angely Herrera Davis
Having worked on $27.5M of grants to date, Angely is experienced in managing advanced grant applications from the Dept of Energy (DOE), Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR), and National Science Foundation (NSF). She also serves as a grant review panelist for the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Women’s Fund of Central Ohio. Prior to grant writing, Angely was a Medical Laboratory Scientist in Stem Cell Therapy and a STEM Educator.