Kimberly A. Goff

Kim Goff’s role as Large Center Development Associate is to facilitate the development and management of large-scale grant writing projects in a variety of technical disciplines to advance research and research commercialization.  She also authors non-technical aspects of large proposals to enhance the grantsmanship quality of multi-year, multi million dollar proposals and work collaboratively with lead faculty on such projects.

Kim most recently served as the Director of Foundations, Grants, and Special Projects for the University of Maine Foundation.  She has extensive grantsmanship experience in the higher education and healthcare markets, as well as broad fundraising, project management, team building, and public relations experience.  She has written or been a major contributor to more than $60 million in successful proposals to private and governmental funding sources and closed gifts of up to $1 million.  Her experience with proposal development encompasses both public and private funders and extends from identifying appropriate funders to creative reporting of project impacts and results.   Kim holds a B.A. in Literature from Wheaton College (Illinois) and an M.S. in Library Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.