Jocelyn Moya Programs Assistant Community Investments Program How long have you worked at the ENF? Just under two months. I started the first week in January. What projects are you/your department working on right now? Grants, grants, and more grants! But seriously, mostly approving Community Investments Program grant applications and reviewing Final Report Forms. It’s actually a very exciting time for us since we just got approved to increase the amounts on Promise and Gratitude Grants and we’re approaching the Community Investments Program’s 10th year. What’s your favorite part of working at the ENF? I really enjoy reviewing Final Report Forms. I get a good look into the projects we fund and how they’re impacting local communities. Most of them come with pictures and those are a lot of fun to look through. Describe your average day at the ENF. My average day at the ENF starts with responding to emails from local Elks Lodges followed by sorting through the mail to
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