Niya S. Hamilton, MBA, Principal of Niya Hamilton Consultancy LLC is an operating company of NiyaShenell Holdings, LLC founded 2019, in Philadelphia, PA.
Ms. Hamilton is the former Grants & Senior Budget Analyst of Philadelphia FIGHT, a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Philadelphia, PA where she managed a portfolio of Ryan White and other HIV-related program awards. She is currently the Grants Accounting Manager at Total Health Care, Inc. in Baltimore City, MD leading a team responsible for managing a portfolio of $20 million+ in federal, state, local and private grant funding. Her extensive knowledge in Ryan White program funding has ranked her as a highly sought-after Grants Management professional. A former Board Chair at Urbanstead Francisville Farm (now Cloud9 Community Farms) — a Philadelphia-based urban agriculture initiative, she garnered her skill set navigating board leadership, mentorship, and civic engagement initiatives. Ms. Hamilton contributes the success of her consultancy from the foundational years of her career, to which she imparts this knowledge to her clients in developing board stewardship, program development, and funding metrics.
A proud Golden Bulls alumnae of Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, NC, and National Alumni Association member, she volunteers her time to its local alumni chapter and serves as Marketing Committee member of her graduating class. Ms. Hamilton earned her MBA at Keller Graduate School of Management, Philadelphia, PA. She is a former individual member and licensed consultant of the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO), Harrisburg, PA.
Ms. Hamilton enjoys traveling with her family and volunteering her expertise in the Mid-Atlantic region.
From the Desk of The Consultancy“It is my hope that The Consultancy solidifies its place in society as a contributing factor to the success of the nonprofit sector — providing education to newly established charitable organizations in management structure, programmatic, and grant-related resources — they will acquire an improved capacity to serve their communities. It is one thing to be impactful but it critical to be adept in acquiring and managing adequate funding that supports its initiatives. For many Black and Brown-led organizations, the grants management skillset is not an innate function in the start-up process. In honing this experience over my professional tenure, I am able to benefit my clients and align with their endeavor. Our shared values, goals, and passion to serve others is what aligns our individual Missions. We want our communities to thrive!“
-Niya S. Hamilton, Principal