RGTC has worked successfully with a variety of local businesses, schools, sporting clubs and not-for–profit organisations within southern NSW during its short period of operation. We have assisted with drafting grant applications, researching specific grants that align with client projects, tender response document preperation and helping organisations successfully apply for awards.
We have experience in the following services:
- Awards writing
- Tender writing
- Grants writing
- Workshop facilitation
The industries covered since 2014 include:
- Communications and Media
- Allied Health
- Sporting clubs
We are flexible and understand the pressures and timelines often associated with submission of documentation. We understand that no two grants, tenders or organisations are the same.
We believe in providing a personable approach and aim to be an extension of your business. We dedicate ourselves to understanding your project at every level to ensure we can best promote your competitive advantage.
Director of RGTC, has a strong background in contracting, government, project management and document production. She is passionate about regional Australia and looks to become involved in local organisations driving innovation and opportunity outside metro areas.
Dianna has a BA in Management UNSW and is completing her Masters in Management CSU. She has also studied human resources, leadership, contracting and project management. She is a distinguished graduate and the recipient of the Chief of Defence Force Sword of Honour for Leadership upon graduation from the Australian Defence Force Academy as a Naval Officer. Dianna is a Level One Certified Coach and an alumni of the International Executive Coaching and Leadership Organisation (IECL).
Having worked in Estate planning, base operations and management and contract governance areas for the Department of Defence, Dianna understands what it takes to get a project off the ground. She assisted in the delivery of two multimillion dollar projects at RAAF Wagga and Kapooka over the past ten years and completed her time with Defence working with the National Contract Transition Team.
She has a good understanding of Wagga Wagga, as part of a well established local family. She currently resides with her husband and two children on their sheep and cropping farm west of the city. Dianna is a member of Wagga Women in Business and the Wagga Wagga Business Chamber.