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Joe Porter - Freelance Commercial Videography & Journalistic Videography
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4.0
2 Skills
$100
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Visual communicator
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

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Lindsey Mical - Freelance Product Photography & Drawing
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Sian Evans - Freelance Photography & Nature Photography
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Michelle Parkins - Freelance Architectural Illustration & Presentation Design
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Dulce Cervantes - Freelance Spanish Translation & Proofreading
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5.0
2 Skills
$10
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SKILLS SUMMARY • Communicates fluently in English and Spanish • Minor in Professional Writing. Skills include documentation, editing, proofreading, etc • One semester experience of teaching and tutoring writing/language to college students • One semester experience of holding conversation groups in Spanish at UNM • Graduated with Honors from the Spanish & Portuguese Department • Has been involved in the translating/interpreting industry since high school EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts: Spanish/Professional writing 12/2014 The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM GPA 3.44 Arts & Sciences Scholarship recipient 07/2014 The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Agora Crisis Center 09/ 2011 – 09/2013 Albuquerque, NM Volunteer Undergraduate Health Sciences Enrichment Program 05/2009 –06/2009 Albuquerque, NM Student Participant EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Center for Academic Program Support 08/2014 –12/2014 The University of New Mexico Writing & Language Tutor Superior Ambulance Service 09/2013 –11/2013 Albuquerque, NM EMT Basic Maxwell Museum of Anthropology 05/2011 –12/2014 The University of New Mexico Senior Gallery Attendant ARTICLES PUBLISHED “Confidence to the Core” (Generation Next) “Una Cena en Familia” (La Voz de Nuevo Mexico) “Finding a Reason to be Grateful” (Generation Next)
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Steve Peckham - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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2 Skills
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Available for all types of writing with a strong emphasis on topics such as Automobiles(new and classic repairs restoration and maintenance)Carpentry Home repairs,home remodeling and maintenance.Also very creative with jingle writing and songwriting based in all different genres
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Dmarino9 - Freelance Audio Editing & Audio Production
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Objective To bring my 20 plus years of skills, talents and enthusiasm in radio programming to a company where my contributions can help produce a winning team. Experience Owner Number 9 Productions, Inc. Atlanta, GA June 2009 - Present • Producer of short-form syndicated radio programming including: THE DAILY BEATLE BREAK, THE DAILY ROCKRIDDLE and THE DAILY SPORTS TRIVIA CHALLENGE Creative Director WQXI 790AM 790 the Zone Atlanta, GA December 2004 – September 2009 • Responsible for creating the sound of a high energy sports talk station including: Imaging and commercial and promo production Morning Show Host WZGC 92.9FM Z93 Atlanta, GA September 2000 – September 2002 • Responsible for all aspects of a classic rock character/bit driven morning show. Including: comedy writing, parody songs, characters, board operation, commercial production, remotes and appearances On Air Personality WZGC 92.9FM Z93 Atlanta, GA October 1997 – September 2000 • Responsible for all aspects of a broadcasting including, board operation, commercial production, remotes and appearances. Afternoon Show Host WNCD 106.1FM Youngstown, OH July 1995 – March 1997 • Responsible for all aspects of a classic rock character/bit driven morning show. Including: comedy writing, parody songs, characters, board operation, commercial production, remotes and appearances Education Youngstown State University 1986 Bowling Green State University 1985 Boardman High School 1984 Graduate Skills Expert in all aspects of radio including: Pro Tools, Cool Edit, RCS, Maestro, Vox Pro, Show Host, Voice Over, Imaging, Copywriting. Formats include: classic rock, active rock, country, sports talk and talk. Working with station clients to help build successful, long term relationships.
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kesha Barkulis - Freelance Songwriting & Screenwriting
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4.0
2 Skills
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I'm a gal into all things creative, whether it be writing, music or being crafty. I have been song and screenwriting since age 16, (36 now). I have been in various bands and have also written articles for a publication my church produced, that was distributed citywide. I'm looking forward to meeting like minded people and gaining opportunities that will allow me to sharpen my tools, so to speak!
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Laura - Freelance Drawing & Painting
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Objective: A position as an art teacher. Qualifications: Teacher of Art K-12 Licensed in NJ and PA Elementary Teacher K-5 Licensed in NJ Education: 2001 BFA in Graphic Design, Arcadia University 2001-2003 Graduate courses, Arcadia University Employment: 2008-2011 Art Teacher, PreK-8, St. Martin of Tours School in New Hope Students excelled in their artwork! I monitored an art club after school. Unfortunately, this school closed. 2005-2008 Substitute Teacher, Bucks County School District Council Rock, Centennial, and Central Bucks 2003-2005 Art Teacher, Holy Cross School K-8 in Trenton This school closed due to consolidation. Activities: Playing the Piano Drawing Volunteering at the Red Cross
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Marilyn Manibusan - Freelance Public Relations & Speech Writing
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MARILYN D.A. MANIBUSAN 345 Cruz Heights ? Ipan Talofofo, Guam, 96915 ? (671) 483-3044 ? email: simarilyn@gmail.com Objective To secure a diverse and challenging position in Public Relations/Communications and/or a Marketing-Fundraising with an organization seeking a self-motivated professional with entrepreneurial passion, drive and vision for new market strategies to improve image and grow consumer consumption of organization's product and/or service. Areas of Expertise ? Public Relations, Communications and/or Volunteer Program Development, Implementation and Management ? Government Policies, with Emphasis on Legislative Procedures ? Public Hearing Presentations & Public Speaking ? High-End Event Planning ? Partnership Building ?Gift/Donor Identification and Cultivation ?Board Development ?Research Data Collection & Analysis ?Creative Writing and Innovative Marketing Highlighted Experience ACADEMY OF OUR LADY OF GUAM 2009 –Present Director, Office of Alumnae Relations ? As Primary Liaison, develops and directs programs and services which engage and involve over 4,500 diverse alumnae constituency of the school ? Identifies, cultivates and solicits financial support for alumnae and/or school activities ?Writes and issues press releases to all media on alumnae achievements and other events ?Writes and publishes THE ACADEMIAN newsletter bi-annually and online and provides direct mailing distribution to all alumnae, benefactors and others as directed by President ?Initiates, promotes and executes fund-raising events seizing event marketing sponsorship opportunities, securing donations from not-for-profit agencies and community based merchants ?Writes, develops and publishes the last two annual Spring Production Program booklets, to-wit: ENCORE and THE MIKADO, including all promotional ************* such as tickets and posters for THE MIKADO KOLG 90.9FM-CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL RADIO 2008 - 2010 Marketing Director and Public Relations ? Developed marketing strategies for bundled advertising sponsorships ? Wrote copy advertising for sponsors and do live broadcast over radio ? Volunteer leader at fundraising events for Kamalen Karidat, management company of catholic radio station SMART CREDIT 1998 - 2002 Loan Packaging ? Intake interviews, prequalified and packaged loan applications for first-time home buyers seeking affordable housing units ? Participated in open house promotions for various housing developers GOVERNMENT OF GUAM 1997 - 1998 Deputy Director, Dept. of Public Health & Social Services ? Under enabling act provisions, directed the overall operations of the Administrative, Community and Environmental Health, Food Stamps, Senior Citizens and other Divisions of the Public Health & Social Services Department through the subordinate managers, and professional staff ? Assisted the Director in developing and implementing the department's strategic plan, and in formulating departmental policies and budgets within designated divisions; and acted for the Director in his absence; and performed related duties as required. GOVERNMENT OF GUAM 1983 - 1994 6-Term Senator, 17th thru 21st Guam Legislature ? Developed campaign strategies with grassroots, party membership, public and private communities for successful election and re-election ? Wrote campaign speeches and guest speaker speeches at public forums ? Created and produced campaign copy ads for print and electronic media ? Elected Republican Assistant Minority Leader (17th-18th) ? Member, Standing Committees of Ways & Means; Federal, Foreign and Legal Affairs; Tourism, Transportation and Communication; Energy, Utilities and Consumer Protection; Health, Welfare and Ecology; and General Governmental Operations ? Member, National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL); National Republican Legislators Association (NRLA); American-Pacific Island Legislatures (APIL); and Asian-Pacific Parliamentarians Union (APPU) ? Republican appointed member, Commission on Self-Determination (12 years) Additional Experience ?TransWorld Assurance Company (Guam) Insurance Agent 1980-1983 ?Law Office of Joaquin V.E. Manibusan (Guam) Paralegal Office Manager 1978-1980 ?Law Office of Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison (SF) Paralegal 1977-1978 ?Law Office of Barrett, Ferenz, et al. (Guam) Paralegal 1972-1976 ?U.S. Dept. of Justice (Admiralty) (SF) Legal Assistant 1969-1972 Profile ? A skilled public relations leader with excellent organizational and communication skills; sound knowledge of government policies and procedures; strong advocate for regional understanding and cooperation among governments; profound acquaintance of working productivity with volunteers; planning and designing with proven marketing promotions leading to a successful track record in political candidate campaigns, in political status, women, health, environment and visitor industry issues and in event management; and creating innovative strategies to influence new markets and media endorsement. ? Team Advocate – Ability to manage multiple government and private colleague network; to collaborate with volunteer teams during strategic events; and to build cohesive teams to ensure solidarity in policy-making decision for the successful achievement of the overall organizational objective and goals. ? Flexible and versatile – able to maintain a sense of humor under pressure. Poised and competent (yet strong and persuasive) with demonstrated ability to easily transcend cultural differences. Thrives in deadline-driven environments to achieve production growth. Selected Achievements ? Public Awareness - formed and led grass root coalition against constitution referendum and conducted an educational campaign on Guam's political status; testified before the U.S. Congress and United Nations on Guam's Self-Determination; created by statute the Bureau of Women's Affairs to help raise women's issues and provide assistance resources; and created by statute the Hawaii and the Philippine Medical Referral Assistance Offices. ? Fundraising -(1) raised and secured $108,000 for Academy's 60th Anniversary through creative marketing strategies with major corporate contribution and alumnae network - funding three major events, including the Hall of Fame gala dinner, the Homecoming and the Eucharistic Celebration and donating the remaining proceeds to the Academy's ongoing scholarship program; and (2) increased radio program sponsorship from 1 to 5 sponsors and raised the annual revenue of $3,600 a year to $19,250 in 6 months through creative bundling of sponsorship strategies; ?Trail Blazing - (1) formulated and published the Diamond Jubilee Yearbook - Academy's compendium of graduates from 1959 to 2009 together with the history and other notable developments and activities of the Academy, including a chronological narration of the founding Sisters of Mercy; (2) developed, planned, implemented and managed the first-ever Board-Alumnae Opening Night fundraiser for Academy's Spring Production in 2010 raising the ticket cost from $10 to $25 and now an annual event; (3) developed, planned and implemented in 2010 the first-ever Induction Ceremony of Seniors as Alumnae during the Senior Brunch at Government House. Selected Awards and Memberships ? Outstanding Young Woman of America (1981) ? Member, Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers ? Above Self Award by Rotary Club of Tumon ? Former Board Member, Guam Visitors Bureau ? Appointed Guam Recruiter by President-Elect George Bush for Transition Team (1988) Skills Summary ? MS Office ? Graphic Designing – Intermediate Skills (Adobe Photoshop) ? Media Network and Production of Public Informational Materials/Press Releases ? Event Planning & Scheduling ? Event Management ? Internet Research / Market Research ? Volunteer Writer on Various Events/Issues for Pacific Voice/Umatuna Si Yu'os Education ? Academy of Our Lady of Guam Graduated 1966 – Diploma ? City College of San Francisco Associate in Arts - June 14, 1968 ? City College of San Francisco Paralegal Collegiate Coursework
Barrigada, United States