Nadia Cavner has extensive experience as a financial advisor and business leader, including nearly 25 years serving as president of Nadia Cavner Group Investment Services. Beyond her work as a financial advisor, Ms. Cavner attends events and workshops put on by government organizations, such as the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor.
The Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Office of Global Programs (DRL/GP) will host its Annual Workshop for Potential Grant Applicants at the George C. Marshall Conference Center in Washington, DC, on the evening of October 26. The workshop, open to both potential grant applicants and existing grantees, has been designed to address some of the most common questions regarding DRL grants procedures. Workshop topics will range from specific DRL policies that govern programming to the mechanics of the application process itself.
Representatives from a number of DRL offices will lead discussions and be available to answer applicant questions. To register for the workshop, or to begin the grant application process, please visit www.state.gov and search for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Office.