Alexandra Bowie has been a freelance consultant to not-for-profit agencies and a freelance writer since 1998, specializing in planning and analysis, projects management, and report and grant writing. She has written grant applications that resulted in millions of dollars in private and government funding for not-for-profit agencies serving New York City’s poorest residents, and has served as a community reviewer for the National Institute of Justice. She was an early advocate of the development and use of outcome measurements in child welfare and was a co-founder of the New York City Outcomes Group, in which foster care agencies collaborated in the development of data analysis methods. Ms. Bowie has also worked for Graham-Windham Services to Families and Children, and the City of New York.

An active volunteer for many years for the Brearley School, Ms. Bowie is a member of the Board of Governors of the Brooklyn Heights Association and, from 2005 to 2010, was president of her 32-unit co-op building. She is a graduate of Boston University School of Law and Bryn Mawr College.

Past Clients

Clients include Episcopal Social Services, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the Day Care Council, Children for Children, HIV Prevention Planning Unit of the New York City Department of Health, Jewish Child Care Association, the Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center, and The Salvation Army Social Services.
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