About Ashley Kayes (Edit profile)

Ashley Kayes has over 12 years of proposal experience, has a Master’s degree in English concentrating in Professional Writing and Editing, and holds a practitioner level certification through APMP. She currently works as a Senior Proposal Consultant with AOC Key Solutions, Inc. (KSI). Additionally, she manages a professional blog, “Proposal Reflections,” which features articles aimed at fostering business development, capture, and proposal success.

The Story Behind Storyboarding And Why It’s Critical To Your Proposal Process

Storyboards have long been a part of our standard proposal best practices. We all know that the proposal giants include storyboarding as an integral part of the proposal development process, but where did this concept of storyboards originate? Interestingly, the storyboarding process, in the form we know it today, was actually developed at Walt Disney

By |2021-03-21T18:29:24-04:00March 21st, 2021|Categories: Blog, Featured Article|0 Comments

Three Ways Proposals Are Like Building a House

Three Ways Proposals Are Like Building a House Happy 2021! After a challenging and rocky 2020, I know so many of us are looking forward to new beginnings and a smoother year in 2021. I’m definitely no exception. In fact, my fiancé Kevin and I are in the process of building our dream home. But

By |2021-01-14T21:56:53-05:00January 14th, 2021|Categories: Blog, Featured Article|4 Comments

APMP-NCA Chapter

The mission of the APMP-NCA chapter is to support our members in advancing their professional goals and increasing their capabilities to win business.

The APMP NCA Chapter maximizes member value by:

  • Creating an environment and opportunities to develop knowledge, skills, professionalism and application of best practices,
  • Partnering with industry, academia and government to unleash the power of capture and proposal management,
  • Providing a forum for the discussion and examination of problems, solutions, applications and ideas,
  • Disseminating information regarding developments in the profession, and
  • Attracting, developing and retaining leadership to ensure the future of the organization.

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