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Robyn Ryser - Freelance Children's Book Writing & Writing
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20 year educator, designer, multi-tasker, perfectionist, and creative writer. I have been an English, math, and computer skills teacher for two decades and I'm ready to start a new career adventure. My work is top quality. I cannot breathe when I see typos. My creativity is apparent in color schemes, layout/design, and word choice. Please peruse my portfolio for samples.
Madison, Wisconsin, United States

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Yassen Aljbouri - Freelance Photo Editing & Graphic Design
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? 5 years of diverse, hands-on design experience including experience in web design, magazine publishing and marketing. ? Adaptable, organized, results and detail-oriented with excellent work ethic, strong time management and interpersonal skills. ? Ability to create designs, concepts, and sample layouts based on knowledge of layout principles and aesthetic design concepts. ? Extensive knowledge of design techniques, tools, and principals involved in production of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings, and models. ? Ability to come up with unusual or clever ideas about a given topic or situation, or to develop creative ways to solve a problem. ? Team player also capable of working independently with minimal direction. ? Adobe Photoshop. ? Adobe Dreamweaver. ? Adobe Acrobat pro X. ? Adobe after Effects. ? Adobe Premiere. ? Sony Vegas. ? Adobe illustrator. ? HTML HTML 5 , CSS , CSS3 . ? Microsoft office 2003-2013. ? Education. ? Student at Houston Community College(HCC) software Engineering 2013-2014 Houston ,TX ? High School Diploma –Lee High School 2012-2013 Houston, TX Awards. ? The best designer in Houston all around high schools (HISD). ? The best logo designer of "LOGO GUDU (PTV) LTD. ? Chosen as one of TEXAS SCHOLARS “TSA”. ? I was awarded as one of the best students of the year at “LEE HIGH SCHOOL” for giving tutorials classes. ? Certified Graphic Designer.
Houston, Texas, United States
Rebecca Flaherty - Freelance Singing & Voiceovers
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Bachelor of Music, Oberlin Conservatory Master of Music, The Cleveland Institute of Music and Georgia Southern University Vocal Performance (Soprano) Voice Instructor since 2001 Program Manager, Savannah VOICE Festival Public Relations Director, Savannah Friends of Music Education Committee Member, Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra Founder, The Voice Co-op Web Site Administrator
Savannah, Georgia, United States
Leslie Hoops-Wallace - Freelance Book Cover Design, Animal Illustration, Book Illustration, & Fantasy Art
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Leslie Hoops-Wallace enjoys painting animals, and airplanes, and the occasional political illustration. Leslie is a Graduate of the Academy of Art University of San Francisco, with a BFA in Illustration. She teaches art on Robins AFB teaching drawing and Acrylic Painting at the Arts and Crafts center there on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. She loves to paint pet portraits, and planes. She is active in the Fine Art Society of Middle Georgia. Her goal is to get the Middle Georgia area to Buy Local Art! She is a wife and mother of two artistic boys. That keeps her busy, but in her spare time she tries to paint. Leslie is inspired by nature, and loves to walk through the woods looking at lighting and textures. Leslie works hard getting the word out about art events in her area, and trying to get artists to show their work. She thinks all artists need to work together to get art to the people. The People need to be inspired by art in her opinion. Leslie did two paintings in the Macon Sketchbook, and has illustrations in several books including “Bullmina the Courageous Bulldog” and 'Bullmina to the Rescue' by Lita Eitner-England. Two of her paintings, 'American Chaos' and 'Iraqi Freedom', both were given to President George W Bush while in office, and hopes to see them in person again at the Library. A print of American Chaos hangs at his fathers Library. Ms. Hoops-Wallace is open to any commissions.
Bonaire, Georgia, United States
Scott Shirai - Freelance Grant Writing & Marketing
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EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT Strategic Planning • Marketing • Fundraising • Public Relations • Relationship Building Award-winning expert with proven success in leading nonprofit and for-profit organizations and communicating to diverse publics, including at a Fortune 1000 company. Recipient of the national Innovator’s Award for marketing, research and fundraising (2004, 2005 and 2006) in ceremonies at the White House, the Jefferson Award for Outstanding Volunteerism, and the national Paul M. Lund Award, and past chair of the prestigious College of Fellows of the 22,000 member Public Relations Society of America. CORE COMPETENCIES • Visionary Leadership • Fundraising • Strategic Alliances • Relationship Management • Market Research • Operations Management • Mentoring and Coaching • Change Management • Accomplished Spokesperson • Strategic Planning • Teambuilding • Public Relations/Marketing PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Nurse-Family Partnership – Denver, Colorado 3/09-8/11 Chief Development Officer Leader of a fund development department for a national nonprofit based in Denver. Led a young, rapidly-expanding organization through a critical period of its growth by establishing a fundraising infrastructure with protocols and crafting and launching short and long strategies and plans for sustainability. Introduced new initiatives, including cause-related marketing and sponsorships, while exceeding a $10 million 2012 growth capital commitment before June 2011. Mile High United Way – Denver, Colorado 9/07 – 2/09 Vice President, Donor Relations – Workplace and Corporate Giving Set record levels in 2007/2008 by raising more than $27 million and supervising 28 employees. Oversaw workplace campaigns and corporate gifts, won the contract for the Colorado Combined Campaign, and oversaw that as well as the Denver Metro Combined Federal Campaign. Launched several innovative projects and led transition to consultative selling and coaching. Denver Metro Combined Federal Campaign – Mile High United Way 4/02-9/07 Executive Director Served as Executive Director of the 15th largest campaign of 270 in the U.S. Raised nearly $4 million annually. Set records for the most money ever raised and reversed a 7-year decline in donor participation. Planned and implemented research on younger federal employees’ giving habits and created strategies to market to them. Established new partnerships and initiatives that generated new revenue and sponsorships which also reduced expenses. Also succeeded in bringing organized labor into the campaign for the first time ever and Scott Shirai • Page 2 Professional Experience Continued introduced a retiree component to the campaign cabinet. Honored in ceremonies at the White House for restarting and reorganizing the CFC campaign in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and flooding incapacitated operations. United Way of America 2/07 – 11/07 National Consultant Advised and counseled Executive Directors who manage CFC campaigns at more than 200 United Ways across the U.S. Also produced and led several CFC-related webinars. Japan America Society of Colorado - Denver, Colorado 8/00 to 3/02 Executive Director Led a 400-member statewide non-profit organization whose mission is to improve understanding and cooperation between Japan and the U.S. through educational, cultural and public affairs programs. Increased membership through the development, implementation and marketing of new programs throughout the state. Expanded programs through effective grant writing and heightened awareness of the organization through effectual public and media relations activities. Raised record amounts in the annual 2001 spring luncheon and 2001 golf tournament while successfully managing a crisis concerning the latter. Hawaiian Electric Industries (HEI) - Honolulu, Hawaii 1991 to 1/00 Director, Community Relations Administered a foundation that donated $1.25 million annually and was in charge of reputation management, crisis communications, issues management, and community and public relations strategies for Hawaii’s largest corporation. Initiated and managed a strategic giving program, devised an employee volunteer recognition plan, and improved the corporate culture, all of which resulted in HEI being honored as Outstanding Corporation by the Aloha Chapter of the National Society of Fundraising Executives in National Philanthropy Day festivities in November 1998. Improved communications within the companies by conducting communications audits and formulating effective internal and external communications strategies for HEI and its subsidiaries. Increased public recognition of the company as an innovative leader in the state by positioning it to be recipient of the first annual Palaka Award from Winners at Work in April 1999. Managed and led several successful crisis communications campaigns on critical issues. Hawaiian Electric Company (an HEI subsidiary) – Honolulu, Hawaii 1982 to 1991 Director, Public Relations Responsible for all public, community and media relations for Hawaii’s largest electric utility. Successfully managed media and community relations after Hurricane Iwa left Oahu without power for several days. Increased public awareness of the company and its activities by reorganizing the Speakers Bureau, generating more publicity for it, and training its speakers. Planned and implemented a community relations program around a student-produced video program that was subsequently adopted by all public schools throughout Hawaii and won a prestigious Koa Anvil from PRSA-Hawaii. Recipient of the Ilima Award for speech writing from the International Association of Business Communicators-Hawaii Chapter. Scott Shirai • Page 3 Professional Experience Continued Launched and managed an award-winning video division that expanded public awareness of the company through several “firsts” in Hawaii; i.e. video news releases of hurricane damage, regularly-scheduled cooking program on public access television, etc. Visual Perspectives –Advisor and Past President 1980 - present Counsel numerous government/community leaders on communications, marketing, public speaking and media relations. Train and coach CEOs, community leaders and company spokespersons on effectively communicating with the news media, included two governors and their cabinets, the American Medical Association, the University of Hawaii, Kapiolani Community College, and numerous CEOs and spokespersons. Also conduct research and focus groups, as well as plan and implement marketing, branding and PR campaigns. Produced various quality video programs that have won awards, like “Best Documentary” from the National Hospice Association and which have aired on television. Published and market the popular “Karaoke: Sing Along Guide To Fun & Confidence” with numerous appearances in local, national and international media. Organized and coordinated a successful public information campaign for the State Department of Hawaiian Homes, including a half-hour television special, newsletters, newspaper ads, statewide community meetings. Managed communications strategies, television commercials, debate strategy and coaching, and media consultation for several major political races and ballot issues. OTHER EXPERIENCE: News director, KGU Radio - Hawaii Reporter, anchor, executive news producer, KHON TV - Hawaii News broadcaster, KPOI Radio - Hawaii Assistant general manager, Vanguard Investments - California PRESENTATIONS: 1. Advanced Board Development for University College, University of Denver, August 2011, Denver, CO 2. Finding a Melody in Your Life’s Work for Grab the Torch, June 2011, Colorado Springs, CO 3. Finding Corporate Sponsors: The Art of Successful Research for The Center for Nonprofit Success-Denver Fundraising Summit, September 2009, Denver, CO 4. CANDO for Top 20 companies August 2008 for Mile High United Way. 5. Mini Consultative Selling for new managers May 2008 for Mile High United Way. 6. How to Promote Your United Way webinar August 2007 for United Way of America. 7. Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck webinar June 2007 for United Way of America. 8. Capturing the Generation X, Y and Retiree Markets webinar May 2007 for United Way of America. 9. Tolerance and Understanding in May 2007 to federal employees during Asian Pacific Heritage Month in Denver, CO. 10. CSI-OPM: Investigating the New Five-Digit Code System to a coalition of national federations May 2007 in Schaumberg, IL. 11. Research at the March 2007 and April 2007 Office of Personnel Management workshops in New Orleans and Seattle. 12. Agency Relations & Eligibility at the January 2007 Million Dollar Roundtable in New Orleans. 13. How to Run a Successful Campaign to a coalition of national federations May 2006 in Anaheim, CA 14. Campaign Research at the April 2006 Office of Personnel Management regional workshop in Palm Springs, CA Scott Shirai • Page 4 Other Vitae 15. Campaign Marketing at the March 2006 and April 2006 Office of Personnel Management workshops in Fort Lauderdale, FL and Palm Springs, CA 16. Campaign Issues & Resolution January 2006 at the Million Dollar Roundtable in San Diego, CA 17. How to Revive a Stagnant Campaign to the International Conference of the Public Relations Society of America in Miami, Florida in October 2005 18. Press Releases that Sell and Special Events that Sizzle August 2005 for the Colorado Association of Non-Profit Organizations 19. Donor Research March 2005 and April 2005 at Office of Personnel Management regional workshops in Miami and San Diego 20. How to Run a Successful Campaign to a coalition of national federations May 2005 in Chicago, Illinois. 21. Agency Relations and Communications January 2005 - Million Dollar Roundtable, Las Vegas 22. Case study of the award-winning 2003 market research and campaign, April, 2004 to a graduate marketing class at Daniels College of Business, University of Denver 23. How a Nonprofit Organization Reversed Declining Donor Trends October, 2004 at the Public Relations Society of America’s International Conference in New York City 24. Case study of the award-winning 2003 CFC market research and campaign, October, 2004, at the Public Relations Student Society of America’s International Conference in New York City 25. Market Research April 2003 at the OPM workshop in Albuquerque 26. Market Research March 2004 at the OPM workshop in Fort Lauderdale 27. Special Events February at the 2003 Million Dollar Roundtable in San Diego, California 28. Research and Marketing February 2004 at the PCFO Conference in Orlando 29. Strategic Social Responsibility October 2003 at the PRSA International Conference in New Orleans 30. Strategic Philanthropy October 2002 at the PRSA International Conference in San Francisco 31. Tolerance and Diversity October 2001 at the PRSA International Conference in Atlanta 32. Effective Public Relations for Small Non-Profits April 2001 for Helping Hands/Faith in Action 33. Special Events That Sizzle October 2000 for PRSA Colorado 34. Crisis Communications November 2000 at the PRSA International Conference in Anaheim, CA Scott Shirai • Page 5 Other Vitae COMMUNITY SERVICE: Honolulu Community Television - Past President /Director 1992 to present Positioned HCT as the leading facilitator of funding for independent film and video producers in Hawaii. Daniels College of Business-University of Denver – Executive Mentor 2004-present Menttium – Mentor 2010-present Colorado Public Television - Immediate Past Chair of the Board 1/03 to 12/06 Led KBDI through a multi-million dollar digital conversion capital campaign and implemented strategies for multi-casting and expanded community outreach. Previously chaired its development and compensation committees. Initiated, directed and co-produced the Gridiron Show, an annual fundraising event. PRSA, Colorado Chapter – Director and National Delegate 2003 to 2007 The Samaritan Institute - National Director 2002-2004 College of Fellows, PRSA – Past Chair and Member 1999 to present Hawaii Public Television - Chair of the Board 1996 to 12/99 Led HPT through severe state budget cuts and a change in state law that resulted in HPT evolving from a state agency into a private, non-profit organization. Served on the executive board of the new organization. Hawaii Dental Society (a Delta plan) - Director & Chair, Communications Committee 1996 to 12/99 Successfully revitalized public recognition of HDS after a major restructuring in the board and executive staff. PRSA, Hawaii Chapter - Past President and National Delegate 1982 to 12/99 Initiated a paid internship program with the University of Hawaii while starting a major fund-raiser in collaboration with the Society of Professional Journalists. Adopted several non-profits for public service projects and assisted in attaining their goals. Honored in 1999 as Public Relations Professional of the Year. Aloha United Way - Marketing and Communications Chair 1995 Led marketing and communications efforts in helping AUW reach its goal of more than $13 million. OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICE: National CFC Committee – Board member 2005-2007 Strategic Social Responsibility Section, PRSA - Founding Co-Member 2004-2006 Multicultural Communications Section, PRSA - Past Chair 2003-2006 Recipient of the coveted Paul M. Lund Award in 2000 and Jefferson Award in 1989 for many years of dedicated volunteerism and community service. EDUCATION: University of Hawaii (BA) University of Colorado Honolulu, Hawaii advanced business courses Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship strategic phila
Boynton Beach, Florida, United States
David Ernsberger - Freelance Spanish Translation & Blog Writing
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Summary of Qualifications -Over a decade of combined work and study in the Spanish language. -Extensive experience living, working and travelling through Latin America and Spain. Educational -Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona o M.A.T. in Spanish: May 2011 -Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan o B.A. in Spanish: 2005 Relevant Experience Teaching/University -Taught two sections of Spanish 101 per semester in first year as a Graduate Assistant at Northern Arizona University. -Taught two sections of Spanish 102 per semester in second year as a Graduate Assistant at Northern Arizona University. -Taught Honor’s section of Spanish 102 in final semester as a Graduate Assistant at Northern Arizona University -Co-presented Web 2.0 Tools to Promote Oral Communication in Distance and Blended Learning Contexts at the Arizona Language Association 2010 Fall Conference -Taught English for one semester in Machachi, Ecuador to elementary-grade students. -Volunteered as an assistant cross-country coach at Central Michigan University. Work History 2008-2009: International Tour Leader, G.A.P. Adventures, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2007-2008: Parking Attendant, Sunset Parking Services, San Diego, California. 2006-2007: Professional Marathoner, Hansons-Brooks Distance Project, Royal Oak, Michigan. 2005-2006: Elementary English teacher, El Colegio Británico Los Andes, Machachi, Ecuador.
Flagstaff, Arizona, United States
Megan Rae - Freelance Portrait Painting, Book Cover Design, Portrait Art, Children's Book Illustration, & Art
635
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3.1
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I am 21 years old and living in the UK. I recently finished High School with the highest possible grade in Advanced Higher art. I am now studying Fine Art at University where I hope to build up a great portfolio of work. By doing commissions in my spare time I hope to earn some money to pay for my education without having to rely on loans. I work part time but only for 12 hours a week so hope to sell some of my art as well as doing freelance work. Working so few hours also gives me a great deal of time to commit to projects. Currently, I work in acrylic and watercolour paint as well as pencil (graphite and coloured). I am also learning to use oil paints though I am very new to this. I recently purchased a graphics tablet so hope to be able to produce digital art in the near future. If you would like to get in touch, please do not hesitate to leave me a message. Thank you. Yours, Megan Rae.
Hawick, Scottish Borders, United Kingdom
Maureen Simmons - Freelance Editing & Event Planning
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MAUREEN E. SIMMONS EXPERIENCE The Federal Reserve Bank of New York 8/2013 to Present Internal Communications Associate, Writer and Editor • Write, edit, and post daily feature stories and news on Bank’s intranet site, reaching more than 3,200 employees. • Support Content Management team with developing story ideas and weekly pipeline schedule for intranet articles. • Organize, help to write, and edit news and announcements for The Daily Fed, the Bank’s daily electronic newsletter. • Contribute variety of articles to The Fed Magazine, covering Bank history, employees, and retirees. Ernst & Young, New York 9/2012 to 8/2013 Internal Communications, Financial Services Office (FSO) • Developed internal communication materials to help communicate key messages to 6,500 Americas FSO employees, broadcasting the group’s vision, strategies, priorities, services, markets, people matters, and performance. • Created, developed, and managed schedule for multiple projects including internal events, such as the New England Region Road Show for 400 professionals and FSO Leadership Offsite, and activities such as the introduction of an employee portal and launch of a multi-media culture campaign around People, Teaming, and Winning. • Oversaw EY’s Women’s Bond Club Rising Star Program including management of recognition events, project timeline, and development of senior-leadership and candidate communications. • Drafted and executed employee communications via a variety of channels including webcasts, videos, speeches, meetings, e-mails, daily news alerts, weekly wins, bulletins, Intranets, and voicemails from senior leadership. Credit Suisse AG, Information Technology, Americas Region, New York 8/2008 to 8/2012 Internal Communications and Business Management • Published bi-weekly newsletter for 3,000 IT Americas Region staff, featuring CIO messages, IT’s collaboration with the business, philanthropic activities, strategic initiatives, and employee-engagement events. • Developed internal communications for participation in employee engagement survey to ensure high response rate. • Wrote and distributed internal communications targeted to IT staff in North and South America. • Drafted talking points, video scripts, web content, and organizational communications for CIO. • Managed logistics, agenda, budget, and communications for two annual management onsite meetings, two annual CIO Leadership Conferences, Monthly Lunch & Learn Series, quarterly Town Halls, and engagement events. • Co-led Employee Recognition Committee that developed first peer-to-peer employee recognition program where activities include communications, video, website, and annual ceremony (launched June 2010). • Created voicemail broadcasts, communications, and timelines for town halls, Promotions Celebration, recognition program, IT Expo, internal mobility, and new-hire training. Citibank Commercial Banking, New York 1/2005 to 6/2008 Internal Communications Manager • Served as Citi’s 2008 March of Dimes National Communications Chair; redesigned employee-donation website, created Captains’ Guide; developed Silent Auction website – campaign raised $4.1MM in 2008. • Researched topics, wrote articles, and distributed monthly electronic newsletter for 4,000 employees. • Provided content updates and editorial oversight to intranet, updated homepage news and events, and served as training contact for 50+ content submitters within the business. • Built cross-business and cross-functional relationships to identify business wins and updates on initiatives for employee newsletter, intranet features, CEO communications, and leadership meetings. • Wrote organizational announcements, CEO messages, talking points, video scripts, policy materials, and press releases. • Implemented communications to increase employee knowledge of and participation in efforts such as Citi’s Voice of the Employee Satisfaction Survey, March of Dimes, and Citi Global Community Day. Citi Cards, Melville, New York 2002 to 1/2005 Employee Site Communications Manager • Developed and implemented communications for 800+ employee call center including cascading of Citi Cards communications to sales floor and all messages from Site President and Human Resources Director. • Served as Site Public Affairs Officer and contact for internal and external information and updates to Citi Cards Communications and local community relations outlets (power outages, security issues). • Wrote weekly feature stories for Citi Cards Global Employee Portal and articles highlighting employees for Citi Today, Citigroup World, and the Successway Sales News. • Created appealing messages for Citi Cards Communication Network (CCN) at Melville Call Center – one of 50 sites with CCN electronic TV broadcast system to bring external and Citi communications directly to site employees. • Managed community service and volunteer activities including $20M corporate contributions portfolio and on- and off-site fundraising and public relations events for national and local nonprofits. • Managed National Citi Stars Employee Recognition Program and encouraged staff to nominate colleagues for consistently going above and beyond scope of their job to support others and business goals. Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York 9/1997 to 2002 Employee Communications Specialist • Wrote and facilitated design of four hospital publications for 10,000 employees: The Monitor; Physicians (24-page highlighting specific conditions and treatments); The Medical Bulletin, and The Child Health Times. • Interviewed clinical chairs, surgeons, patients, employees, and families of patients to develop exemplary feature stories that highlighted medical advances and the care and treatment of all staff. • Created and executed strategic communication and marketing plans to increase staff and volunteer awareness and participation in hospital and community programs including health and career fairs and fundraisers. • Conceptualized, organized, and wrote copy for final 35-page interactive website for The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore that is easily accessible and understandable by diverse bilingual patient/family population. • Managed United Way Campaign for four hospital campuses, raising more than $120,000 annually from 10% of employees and achieving top ranking in 2000 among New York hospitals. • Single-handedly organized two annual 1,000-employee events within $200,000 budget (25-Year Club Dinner Dance and Service Recognition Awards) and plan and promote volunteer recognition activities. Iona College, New Rochelle, New York 1996 to 1997 Director of Marketing, MBA Program • Researched news and wrote The Hagan Report, newsletter for 13,000 undergraduate and graduate students. • Created and implemented advertising and direct mail campaigns that increased attendance at Open Houses. • Supervised marketing activities of staff including follow-up calls, mailings, and prospect database. EDUCATION MBA, Marketing, Iona College, Magna *** Laude, Honors Distinction BA, Psychology, Minor: Business Administration State University of New York at Albany, Magna *** Laude
New Rochelle, New York, United States
Christine Campbell - Freelance Grant Writing & Website Design
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M.A. University of Maryland B.S. United States Naval Academy Director of Marketing and Communications for statewide non profit organization. Grant Writer managing over $1,000,000 in opportunities.
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Chris Morse - Freelance Database Design & Software Design
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I am a highly motivated and energetic Software Designer/ Programmer and also have experience in Graphic Design and Video Editing. I specialize in application development for the Mac platform and can also write software for Windows and most Linux platforms. I have over 11 years of experience and would love to hear about any project you may have. Programming Languages, Frameworks and Application Experience: Languages: RealStudio, C++, C#, Perl, PHP, VB.Net, Visual Basic 3.0 - 6.0, eMbedded Visual C++, eMbedded Visual Basic, Java, C, JavaScript, VBScript, ASP.Net, Visual Basic for Applications Frameworks: .Net 1.0-3.5, ATL, WTL, STL, AJAX, LAMP, MFC, COM+, MTS, SOAP, J2EE, EJB Database Technologies: MySQL, SQL Server 7.0 - 2008, MySQL, SSIS, SSRS, Analysis Services, Oracle, OLEDB, SQLXML Markup Languages: XML, HTML, DHTML, XSLT, XHTML Graphic Design and Video Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, Final Cut Pro, Live Type
Houston, Texas, United States

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