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Alicia Heslip

Grants Management Branch

Avoid Grant Scams

No federal government grant-making agency will make phone calls or send emails or letters to solicit money or personal banking information from a potential grant recipient. THIS IS A SCAM. The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Avoid Grant Scams has information on identifying grant scams and actions to take if you suspect fraudulent activity. If you think that someone has fraudulently represented Grants.gov or HHS, you can also contact the HHS Fraud Hotline at 800-447-8477.

Alicia Heslip
Alicia M. Heslip
Grants Management Specialist
Tel 919-541-4907
alicia.heslip@nih.gov
P.O. Box 12233
Mail Drop K3-05
Durham, N.C. 27709

Alicia Heslip joined NIH in 2016. She started as a Grants Management Specialist with NINDS and joined NIEHS in 2019. Prior to joining NIH, she worked as a Paralegal with the Social Security Administration, Office of Disability Adjudication & Review.

Alicia holds a B.S. in Healthcare Management and a M.A. in Executive Leadership from Liberty University.

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