Grant Facilitator, Rutgers School of Social Work
Amy M. Tiedemann is a grant professional with experience in all aspects of the funding process for corporate, foundation, and government grants. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Rutgers University and has worked in both academic and non-profit organizations obtaining grants to support research and direct-service programs. Dr. Tiedemann’s current position is Grant Facilitator for Rutgers School of Social Work where she assists faculty members with grantsmanship for research and practice projects. Prior to this position, she was a Grants Manager for a small non-profit, responsible for identifying grant prospects, writing and submitting proposals, and completing all interim grant reporting. Previously, she worked as a Senior Research Analyst for the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy. In addition to involvement in proposal development, here she also conducted qualitative and quantitative research and analysis on grant-funded projects in collaboration with Center faculty. Dr. Tiedemann’s grant writing and research areas of expertise include health and human services, women and children, domestic violence, aging/caregiving issues, and evaluation research. She also has experience teaching undergraduate courses on the introduction to sociology, family issues, and race relations.