Ms. Todd – SBIR/STTR Grant Editor, Writer and Business Consultant
SBIR Grant Editor Ms. Todd specializes in guiding research-based companies with the process of preparing competitive SBIR/STTR applications and reviews these proposal drafts using agency-specific criteria. At ScienceDocs, she helps entrepreneurs develop a strong understanding of the market need for new solutions, explore their potential pathways for market entry and determine how to best utilize available state and supplemental federal funding to commercialize their innovations.
- Growing professional relationships between research-based companies and SBIR/STTR representatives
- SBIR/STTR proposal planning and draft review
- Business plan drafting and review
- Slide deck preparation and review (targeting private investors or for other marketing purposes)
- Market analysis
- Leading introductory SBIR/STTR training events
In addition to consulting with ScienceDocs, Ms. Todd has 13 years of experience in the SBIR/STTR program and with business plan development. She has assisted hundreds of companies with 1) preparing competitive SBIR/STTR applications across the 11 participating agencies, 2) developing business plans and slide decks for state-level technology commercialization funding, and 3) forming strong professional relationships with SBIR/STTR agency representatives. She has also organized and led SBIR/STTR training events for national audiences. Through her established relationships with SBIR/STTR agency representatives, Ms. Todd secures timely and substantive feedback for prospective applicants. Ms. Todd is nationally recognized as a thought leader in the SBIR/STTR community, and her award-winning clients have credited her proposal development services as being key to their success in this program. Many of Ms. Todd’s clients have engaged her SBIR/STTR proposal development services for multiple applications.
Ms. Todd holds a Master of Science in Animal Science, a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Master of Arts in Professional and Technical Writing. She has helped to create and lead six statewide SBIR/STTR accelerator programs for first-time or previously unsuccessful SBIR/STTR applicant companies and their project partners. Two of these accelerator cohorts focused on the National Institutes of Health Omnibus SBIR/STTR funding opportunity announcements, two were specific to the National Science Foundation’s SBIR/STTR solicitations and two were dedicated to US Department of Agriculture SBIR/STTR request for applications.
To work with ScienceDocs Academic and SBIR Grant Editor Ms. Todd, please visit our quote page and request her in the description area.