Robert Ozuna, MPA

President & Chief Executive Officer

Robert Ozuna is a Harvard educated executive with twenty years of professional experience working for private business, nonprofits, schools, and a research university. He has researched, written, managed and evaluated numerous federal and state grant programs.

Mr. Ozuna is President and CEO of RGI Corporation and serves as a principal consultant providing grant research, professional grant writing, strategy development and evaluation. Clients rely on him for current grant information and development expertise. Mr. Ozuna’s proven grant writing skills have assisted many organizations in securing millions of dollars in federal and state grants for services to children, youth and families. His success rate for securing grants is above the industry standard.

In addition to preparing and submitting grants, Mr. Ozuna has served on numerous grant application review panels including competitions for the U. S. Department of Education 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program, Harvard University Ford’s Innovation Program, Governor’s Arts Commission Grants Program, the Alaska Sea Grant College Program and others. Panel participation has afforded him deep insights to the grant review process. Mr. Ozuna earned his Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration at Heritage University in 1991 and his Master of Public Administration at Harvard University in 1994.