The Crimsonbridge Foundation is pleased to announce that it has engaged Steven Muñoz, a grants management specialist, as its new senior grants management advisor.
A former national board member of the Grants Managers Network, Muñoz brings 15 years of professional and leadership experience in the nonprofit and government sectors including grants management work at the Eugene & Agnes E. Meyer Foundation and The Philip L. Graham Fund. As a member of the Foundation’s grants management team, Muñoz will help guide and develop the foundation’s internal grantmaking controls and develop governing policies utilizing best practices in grants management.
“The work of a grants manager requires significant attention to detail and compliance knowledge. Steven’s ability to communicate with grantees and staff will play an important role in the overall success of the foundation.” said Danielle M. Reyes, executive director of the Crimsonbridge Foundation.
A member of Leadership Greater Washington, Steven has lived in the Metropolitan DC area since 1993 and has a long history of nonprofit and public service in philanthropy and the Arts. He believes his diverse experience working with private foundations, local government agencies, and nonprofit board service will help inform and guide the Foundation’s grants management work.
“It is an honor to join a creative foundation that is finding ways to innovate in philanthropy.” said Muñoz. “My goal will be to support the foundation’s grantmaking so that it can continue to address social needs and maximize its impact in the community.”