Ashley T. Martin
Founder and CEO
Founded in 2014, and headquartered in Covington, Georgia, The ATM Grant Writing and Consulting Corporation serves as a one stop shop solution for organizations of every size. Our CEO, Ashley T. Martin, is a grant writer with more than 10 years of experience and she understands what it takes to grow a business from the ground up. Our primary focus is helping organizations find and secure grant resources to complete their mission and empower others. We also provide tips to build solid relationships with potential funders for mutually beneficial partnerships. We are confident that our professional grant proposals, research skills, and affordable costs make our agency the best grant writing company in the nation as we help those who help others.
Researching and writing grant proposals is a time-consuming task that many organizational leaders lack the time to pursue. Your mission is to conduct business and it is our mission to help you achieve your goals. Diversifying your funding sources is key to business continuity and program enhancement. We have the research skills and grantor connections to identify the right opportunities for your agency's objectives and we would be honored to partner with you to help promote your vision.
Ashley has successfully acquired over $5.6 million in funding for organizations and communities, generating revenue in highly competitive industries and she is the recipient of multiple honors, funding awards, repeat annual renewal grants, and above quota results for government, nonprofit, and faith based entities. Her work is strategic and yields solid, loyal, and long term collaborative partnerships that maximize organizational impact for the communities served. With a 90% success rate in successful funding applications, she has the confidence and persistence to further enhance lucrative business opportunities.
Ashley is a native of Clayton County, Georgia, holding a Bachelors of Arts degree in English from Georgia Southern University and a Master of Arts from American Military University. She took an interest in public service after honorably serving the U.S. Navy and earning honors for aiding distressed service members and their families. Ashley is credited for planning several training modules related to staff development for more than 70 employees and has managed all aspects of program planning, fundraising, and volunteer maintenance. Her experience includes grant writing, staff training, course development, and establishing strong diplomatic partnerships between governmental entities and community stakeholders.
Ashley has built her expertise under State government and media agencies, serving as the first African American to serve in this capacity. Her work has been recognized by the Juvenile Court Association of Georgia (JCAG) for two consecutive years for her services and success. She is a member of a host of state and national organizations and serves as board member for various nonprofit organizations.