Wayne A. Courtois, MFA, GPC
Vice President of Grant Writing and Research

Wayne has had over 20 years of successful grants experience. With a career that began in health care and expanded into human services and the arts, Wayne has worked with such prestigious organizations as Kansas City Hospice, the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the National World War I Museum and Memorial, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, and Village Shalom.

Wayne has worked on capital campaigns raising funds from national and regional grant makers like the Kresge Foundation and The J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation. On the federal side, he has obtained grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Wayne provides nonprofits with a full complement of grant services, including prospect research, grant development, and grant proposal writing and reporting. Wayne is the founder of the Arts and Culture Roundtable of Kansas City, an information clearinghouse for development professionals in the arts. He received a Bachelor in Liberal Arts from Michigan State University and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina, and is Grant Professional Certified (GPC) by the Grant Professionals Certification Institute.

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Hartsook Announces Its New President

Hartsook is pleased to announce the promotion of Karin Cox to the position of President. Karin has served as Senior Executive Vice President since 2008.

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Karin Cox, MFA
President and Co-Founder, Hartsook

“Karin’s well-deserved and timely promotion to President and Co-Founder recognizes her vital role in Hartsook’s creation, its present and its future,” said Hartsook Chairman and CEO Dr. Matthew J. Beem. “Because she is based in North Carolina, Karin is particularly accessible to our East Coast clients, in addition to her clients located around the country.”

Karin Cox and Bob Hartsook opened Hartsook’s doors in 1987. Since then, the organization has been active in helping nonprofits harness the Power of Philanthropy™.

Karin has served in senior leadership roles in nonprofit and business sectors, and is an author, frequent presenter and senior consultant. As Hartsook’s President and Co-Founder, she will continue to provide exceptional counsel to her clients, but also will lead Hartsook’s business development activities and growth as she simultaneously sustains the firm’s proven, reliable processes and introduces new, impactful strategies.