For the past 35 years, Peggy Sloin has worked with nonprofit agencies, educational institutions, and corporations nationwide to research and write grant proposals, prepare strategic planning documents, and develop high-level white papers addressing current issues in the field. Her experience and expertise span K-12 through post-secondary education, workforce development, career and college readiness, early childhood care and education, geriatrics and gerontology, medicine and veterinary medicine, historic preservation, social services, performing arts, economic development and microenterprise, immigrant and refugee resettlement, and educational technology. In her writing, Peggy encourages clients to reflect inclusivity, equity, diversity, and multi-culturalism in their programs.
Peggy has written government and corporate operational manuals, focusing on departmental alignment across functional areas. Program reviews and curricular design have been conducted for New Jersey secondary schools and colleges, health care systems, Native American reservations, microenterprise, and early learning programs. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.