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Pierce Hargan - Freelance Cartooning & Children's Book Illustration
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Pierce Hargan is a Los Angeles, CA born cartoonist currently living in Brooklyn, NY.He received a BFA at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in 2012 and is currently working on his first personal comic, Alexandria. In the past he has collaborated with other artists on films, children's books, and illustrations, and is interested in the potential of multi-media collaborations. His fascination with comics is it's incorporation and control of all forms of art; from typography and character design, to stories and architecture.
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Chelsea Shaffer - Freelance Blog Writing & Poem Writing
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$8
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My name's Chelsea Shaffer and I've spent years teaching myself how to write in all different styles. I'm unemployed and still in High School but I've written poetry, lyrics, and scripts for my after school 'job' since I was thirteen.
Glendale, Arizona, United States
Joan Molitor - Freelance Editing & Newsletter Writing
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SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Experience in editing, AP style, writing, marketing, and public relations. Extensive background in business administration and database management. Excellent communication, and problem solving skills. WORK EXPERIENCE PIONEER PRESS, Glenview IL October, 2005 to March 2013. Editorial Assistant Edit and enter all press releases for numerous communities using the Digital Technology International (DIT cloud) system, and the AP styles for print and online. Maintain and update weekly community calendars Reformat obituaries, birth, wedding, engagement and anniversary announcements. Attach photos to stories and calendars from email attachments. Reformat high school honor rolls, college awards, graduations. Confirm letters to the editors, and respond to numerous customer service issues. Write feature articles and essays. MOLITOR COMMUNICATIONS, Des Plaines, IL June-October 2005 Independent Contractor Designed company newsletters, wrote articles and press releases, and provided administrative assistance to various Public Relations and Marketing firms. ELLIOTT M. BLACK & ASSOCIATES, INC. Northbrook, IL May 1995 – June 2005 Marketing Associate Oversaw the development and distribution of press releases, Editor of the quarterly, four-page company newsletter, EMBA MARKETEER, distributed to 3,000 clients, prospects and businesses. Edited proposals, articles, advertising material for clients. Designed all company presentations on PowerPoint Designed exhibits for Chamber trade shows, and talked to potential clients LIFESOURCE BLOOD SERVICES, Glenview, IL Oct. 1991 - Oct.1992 Editor Created and developed VOLUNTEER VOICES, LifeSource’s first volunteer quarterly, four-page, newsletter. Served as Editor, Writer, and Photographer. Received letter of commendation from President of the company for newsletter excellence. Wrote articles for two other LifeSource newsletters, public service announcements, press releases; created promotional flyers for blood drives. EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT ASSOCIATION, Oshkosh, WI 1983 - June 1989 Marketing /Communications Assistant. Hired, trained, and supervised approximately 30 retail sales personnel for annual EAA Convention and Fly-in. During the 1988 Convention increased video sales 400% over previous year bringing sales to over $100,000 for an eight-day period. Wrote advertising copy for promotional brochures; assisted in photography. Served as production assistant for the creation of annual convention videos. PUBLISHED WORKS-- PHOTOGRAPHY, ARTICLES AND BOOK REVIEWS Schaumburg Review, (Pioneer Press) Interviewed a Napoleon scholar for article. Oshkosh Daily Northwestern, newspaper Wisconsin, travel articles/photographs Community Magazine, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh publication, articles Sport Aviation, Experimental Aircraft Association articles, photographs, book reviews, Light Plane World, EAA publication, photographs Midwest Flyer, Madison, WI, articles and photographs World Air Show News, international publication, Madison, WI, articles/photographs Illinois Workers’ Compensation Handbook (Larson Series) Assisted author VOLUNTEERISM Life Source Blood Drives, and public relations, Glenview, IL Public Relations agent for Illinois Institute of Martial Arts, North Aurora, IL Glenview Writers Unlimited, edited yearly anthologies, Glenview, IL Trinity Episcopal Church, Oshkosh, WI, sang in choir and organized dinners, etc. EDUCATION Associate’s Degree in Journalism, and Art, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh 1982. Specialty classes: PowerPoint 97, Excel, etc Seminars for writing press releases, at Columbia College, Chicago; creative writing classes Oakton Community College., Des Plaines, Northwestern University, Evanston.
Elk Grove Village, Illinois, United States
Morgann McClanahan - Freelance CD Design & Graphic Design
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am a freelance graphic designer and photo editor with an eye for excellence. I work in all genres and have a special knack for the music and entertainment industries. In addition, I possess a degree in Public Relations and am skilled in the area of copy writing.
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Galen Barnes - Freelance Programming & Software Design
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4.5
2 Skills
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Currently CEO of NeoThinkTank.net, a company dedicated to solving your software needs through high end consulting at a simple price. My resume(below) and my company speak for themselves. Skills C++ 15 years PHP 7 years C# 3 years Java 1 Year HTML 7 years XML 4 Years JavaScript 3 years MySQL 4 years EXPERIENCE 2010 - 2011 CVS Inc. Title: Lead Programmer Lead software developer for an internal website that allows the company to track code violations for vacant properties. In charge of a small team of developers who designed the system using PHP, JS, AJAX, and the Zend Framework. 2009 - 2010 NuVisions LLC. - Contractor In charge of upgrading previous versions of the software to support new functionality. Redesign included conversion of a proprietary database to XML and a series of functionality changes all done in C++. 2007 - 2009 Hewlett Packard Part of a software development team in charge of creating a Customer Self Install application(SSEVA) for the LE Storage platform. The front end of the project was built in C# so every screen could be changed quickly and easily. The back end involved developing a series of small XML based applications that detected system configuration, monitored install progress, and communicated with Command View, iSCSI, and VDS to allow the end user to self-install their own storage systems and provision storage on their local machines. Development was done in C++ & C#, and relied heavily on XML. 2005 - 2007 Kincaid Technologies Inc. Part of a software development company that provids a variety of custom software solutions for companies needing credit card, gift card, and university card processing. Developed code in Borland C++ Builder to make our CC processing software Level III (business card) compliant. Designed a C# middleware solution that allowed our proprietary backend software to talk to another company’s web based University card processing software. Developed custom software for the Verifone 3740 & 3750 terminals. Designed custom web reporting solutions in C# and DotNetNuke. 2002 - 2005 NuVisions LLC. - Contractor Lead programmer in charge of product development for this start-up business. Gathered design requirements, cooirdinated with other developers and selected platform and coding standards as well as interface and software design, debugging and testing. Windows software design in Visual C++, internet design in HTML/mySql/PHP4.0 2004 - 2005 Eupec RMS Debuged and repair custom Device Monitoring software to monitor underground pipelines from a remote location. Repair and improvements to the GUI as well as the underlying database. All work was done in Visual C++ 2004 Energy Billing Systems - Contractor Brought on to rebuild software that was designed by a third party programmer that had left the project. The project involved recreating software designed in Delphi by locating the missing components and recreating the original build process and documenting it so other programmers could recreate the build. Also fixed a series of minor bugs. 2003 - 2004 Merrick Inc. - Contractor Brought on to do the web page design for a contract with Los Alamos National Laboratory. The contract entailed PHP and JavaScript programming to create a series of web pages to replace an excel spreadsheet being used by multiple departments. The web paged connected to Oracle and Access databases using PHP4.31 and manipulated user data entry via JavaScript. Have since provided a variety of solutions for their data access and ArcIMS needs. 3/2004 - 5/2004 Acartus Inc. - Contractor I was contracted to do a series of changes to their existing MaxRetriever product to make it ready for a new release. These included changes to the existing code written in Borland C++ 5.02 and a new User creation/validation piece using an XML database written in Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 with the validation piece having to be multi-platform compatible so it would compile under Borland and Microsoft compilers. 2001 - 2002 IABP Systems Inc. - Contractor In charge of Design, Coding, Testing, and Documentation of new software in Visual C++ for this small company. I gathered requirements based on existing software for a complete re-design with improved functionality and a new database. I was involved in all phases of design and development. 2000 - 2001 Navidec Inc. - JAVA Programmer Trained in Java programming, and HTML. Lead programmer for the team that added the Digital camera to the Pentax web site. Worked on the IADMA (Internet Auto Dealers Merchants Association) web site. Built Database conversion tools for Triad. Lead on the conversion of Pentax from Sybase to Oracle. 1999 - 2000 Charles Schwab - Contractor Brought in to provide support Schwablink 2.0; Charles Schwab's product designed to help Investment Managers manage their client's stock portfolios. After completing this version the contract was extended so that I could provide code for the 2.1 and 2.2 versions of the software. Duties included Debugging, New code design, Testing, Installation, and some QA work. The product was written with Borland's C++ Builder and manages a relational Paradox database. Software used included Install Shield, Vantive, Clear Case, and DevSoft's Internet Commerce Kit. Completed upgrades and improvements to Schwablink one month ahead of schedule. Named "Player of the Week" for my completing a difficult coding change ahead of schedule. Part of a team that received company wide recognition for our work aiding in the retirement of GEIS and moving Schwablink to the Web. 1997 - 1999 Norwest Direct ? Contractor Wrote database conversion tools converting SAS, Cheetah, and fixed file date into a relational database. I designed and built the initial conversion tools in a combination of Data Junction and C++. The next phase of the conversion was done entirely in C++ due to the insuitability of Data Junction to the task. Provided help defining programming standards and debugging existing Java code. Completed database conversion tools 2 weeks ahead of schedule. Completed the Cheetah database conversion on time despite having less than 4 weeks to designing all tools and utilities necessary for the job. 1995 - 1999 PHAZX Systems Inc. - Contractor In charge of Design, Coding, Testing, Debugging, Maintenance, Implementation, Documentation, and occasional customer support for this start-up company. This was a true lifecycle project and I did everything. The company is a New Age company that built an advanced Bio-Feedback unit that allows practitioners to test the human body for reactions to a wide variety of substances and environmental. A secondary program provides more in-depth testing to narrow down the patient's symptoms and help determine which Homeopathic medicines to use. I designed all of the software, wrote all the testing algorithms, Print routines and even the data collection and storage routines. I also designed the routines to communicate with their custom over a Serial Communications port. The whole project was written in C++ using Borland's OWL. Worked to develop a set of programming standards to meet FDA guidelines. Implemented local data encryption to protect proprietary information. Created Installation software including custom animation for Phazx systems products. 1993 - 1995 Point of View Computing I joined this struggling software company in 1993 to help them design a piece of educational software for a company that was trying to turn their printed materials into computer software. After a couple months the relationship between the two companies broke down. Next we worked on an adult concentration game which I designed. While I was there I provided product design, coding, testing and debugging in C and C++ as well as some basic HTML work. During the course of the Fantasy Match project I lead a team of 3 other programmers in developing Windows, Dos, and Macintosh versions of the software.
Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
Donna Connet - Freelance Writing & Creative Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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I have been writing since I was a teenager and it is my only true passion. Most recently I have been writing articles online for Constant Content, Demand Studios and D'Image Magazine. I also worked as executive editor for D'Image Magazine. Currently I am working on a series of children's books that I am preparing to submit to the publisher within the week.
Rowlett, Texas, United States
Diane Helfrich - Freelance Editing, Proofreading, Writing, Technical Writing, & Journalistic Writing
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3.5
8 Skills
$30
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I am an experienced writer/editor with a background in computer technical writing/editing for a Fortune 500 company. Additionally, I have experience teaching high school classes where I required and graded papers written to AP rubrics with MLA format; for many of these students, I helped them with developmental editing. I am an experienced yearbook editor, having been a high school yearbook adviser for four years with award winning books. I also edited my collegiate and high school yearbooks. I am definitely interested in freelance editing of academic materials, but I am also able to edit or assist in developing most any type of writing project. In addition, I should add that my eclectic life thus far gives me a rich background that enables me to relate to many subject areas.
Cumberland, North Carolina, United States
Jeffrey - Freelance Graphic Design & Flyer Design
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Jeffrey Parson 27 West Rd Circle pines mn 55014 763-786-5485 Jdparson12@comcast.net Career Objective To obtain a position as a graphic designer, specializing in advertizing. That would utilize my knowledge. Education Art Int of Mn Feb 2006 to July 2006. Going for associtates degree Mpls Mn. Centennial High School June 1997 High School Diploma circle pines,Mn. Experience Allied Barton Security Security Officer May 2007 to May 2009 Mpls Mn Variety of clients under Allied Barton. Duties included building security, Loss Prevention, Secure trucks in and out of facilities. Paid high attention to detail when completing paperwork. My schedule includes day and night shift. Learned how to be a part of the team. I also developed good problem solving skills working here. Custom Remodeling Telemarketer Sept 2006 to Sept 2007 Administrative Cold Calling to sell siding and windows, Maintain records, and organizational skills. Working with customers to make the right fit for the sale. Avalon Security October 2003 to July 2006 Variety of clients under Avalon Security Duties Included building security, Drive and patrol buildings and parking lots. Paid high attention to detail when completing paperwork. Computer Skills Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Photo Shop, Printing and Internet Applications
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Teresa Kindred - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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Teresa Bell Kindred 5640 Randolph Goodluck Road Summer Shade, Kentucky 42166 (270) 432-3084 or cell (270) 670-6832 tbellkindred@scrtc.com web site: www.teresakindred.com Blog:www.nanahood.com Education 1996 Master of Arts in Education, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky 1987 Bachelor of Arts, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky Work Experience 2011-Assistant Director at Metcalfe County Adult Education 2011-Freelance writer, blogger and public speaker 2008-2009 Metcalfe County Middle School social studies teacher 2007-2008 Kentucky Department of Education Scholastic Audit Team Member 2006-2007 Kentucky School Boards Association-Training Specialist 2005-2006 Glasgow Independent Schools-grant writer, public relations spokesperson, volunteer coordinator 2005-2006 Conducted School Culture Audits 2004-05 Conducted Scholastic Audits for Kentucky Department of Education 2004-05 English Teacher Glasgow High School (At risk students) 2004 Spring Semester –ITV Middle Grades Instructor and Elementary Site Instructor for Glasgow Regional Center 2002 and 2003 Fall Semester – ITV Elementary Education Site Instructor, Glasgow Regional Center 2001-2002 Writing Consultant for Barren County Middle School 2001-2003 Substitute Teacher for Glasgow Independent Schools 2000-2001 Presenter for Kentucky Arts Council 1996 to Present, freelance writer and author 1996 to Present, TBK, Inc.D/B/A Edmonton Save-A-Lot, Treasurer/Secretary 1990 to 1996 Social Studies Teacher, Metcalfe County High School, Edmonton, Kentucky 1990 to 2009 Freelance Writer, Public Speaker, Author Member Metcalfe County Board of Education 2001-2007 Metcalfe County Chamber of Commerce 1981-2011 Member of the 2006-2007 Speaker’s Bureau for Kentucky Humanities Council Publications Books Mom: PhD-Howard Publishing-2005 Humor for a Teacher’s Heart-Contributor-2004 Cup of Comfort for the Christian Soul-Contributor 2004 Set of four gift books for Precious Moments – 2003 The Knot at the End of Your Rope – 1999 A Mother’s Prayer-Peter Pauper Press-1995 Newspaper The Courier Journal – 12 articles for Newspapers in Education1999-03 Columns Website/blog www.NanaHood.com established in 2009 Columnist for Kentucky Living magazine (Kindred Spirits) 1995 - 2009 Columnist for Alabama Living – 1998-2000 Columnist for Christianmirror.com 2000- Present Columnist for Heartlight.org – 2001-Present Columnist for Rhyme and Reason magazine – 2003
Glasgow, Kentucky, United States
James Stoll - Freelance Brochure Design & Business Card Design
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An Introduction to an Innovation Specialist This is my story and this is what I do. I grew up with Electronic Technology. I was there when it began, as a medium to transmit information to the citizen masses in real time, wherever they might be. It became my life’s work as it grew to a point where it now controls the way our society lives, works and plays. During my 4 years of service in the U.S. Navy, I became enthralled with the potential for electronic technology to improve our society. I decided that this would be my career of choice. Therefore, after my honorable discharge from the U.S. Navy in 1952, I attained an Associate Degree in Electronic Engineering, which was the highest degree offered at the time, under the GI Bill. After graduation, I secured employment with a national manufacturer of specific types of electronic systems. After four city-to-city transfers over the next nine years, I rose through the ranks to the level of Branch Manager of the company’s largest office in Chicago, Illinois. At that point in my life, I got off the corporate ladder and joined a friend in a private distributorship, to design, sell and maintain integrated electronic systems for hospitals and schools in the Greater Chicago area. In 1959 the majority partner decided to sell, so I had little choice but to agree. Following that experience, in 1970 I started my own company, Stoll Associates, Ltd, with offices in Chicago and Houston. I remained engaged in the business arena of design and construction of Integrated Electronic systems for the next 35 years, always searching for ways to deliver improved services and to advance the state-of-the-art in integrated electronic technology. During that period, clients engaged my company to design and build some of the largest and most complex integrated electronic systems in the nation, including the design of one “electronic city” and the design and build of the first “electronic building” in the nation. We pushed the known state-of-the-art to its limits, all of the time. As a result of the writing skills that I developed during my preparation of detailed definitions of need and functional specifications for the systems I designed, I began to be called upon to write feature articles to be published in the magazines of the trade associations to which I belonged, such as ASIS, ISC, NFPA & NCTA. As the reputation of my company grew, I began to be invited to speak at the annual conventions of those national trade associations concerning my vision for the future. I felt as though I had finally reached the zenith of my career. Then disaster struck. As I was traveling toward downtown Atlanta on Interstate I-75, at 6:00 AM, in the dark, on January 21, 2001, I was sideswiped by a large unmarked tractor trailer truck, traveling at 75 miles per hour. My vehicle was totaled and I was left for dead in the median strip, as the truck that had attacked me left the scene of the accident. I had suffered multiple injuries, including a concussion and a shattered right leg. They patched me back together in the hospital where I was taken and after 10 days in two hospitals, plus 3 months of intensive rehabilitation, it took me over 2.5 years to learn how to walk again. I knew then that my days as an electronic systems entrepreneur, traveling the country by air and walking 75 story buildings, under construction, were over. So I made arrangements for others to finish my company’s work in progress and I shut my business down. Then, as I started to think about what I would do with the rest of my life I remembered: I could still think, I could still write and I still knew how to manage all aspects of the design and construction of a major cluster of Integrated Electronic Systems in large scale high rise buildings. So, I contacted everyone I knew and asked them for an opportunity to develop printed documents that would advertise their business and the things that they did. Documents that I could do from my home, or with minimal travel, with my wife driving, as I was healing. I developed classy corporate brochures, system sales brochures and product data sheets. I developed detailed project proposals and printed tri-fold information pieces for use as mailers and convention giveaways. I analyzed operations of active electronic contractors to recommend methods whereby they could improve their operations and profits, and/or expand their business into new areas. I developed literature describing various relatively unknown electronic systems, for mailing to architects, engineers and builders, for those companies, to improve the recognition of my clients in their industry. My motto was: “If you want to walk on water, you’d better learn where the rocks are”. I have also authored two successful books: “Witness to a Fading Dream” in 2006 and “Survival in 20th Century America” in 2008. Then I began to write articles on matters of public interest, such as Illegal Immigration, The State of our Union, The Deterioration and Failures of our Educational Systems, The Illiteracy of our Youth, The Dangers of Toxic Agents in our Air and Waterways, The Deceptions of Our Federal Reserve Bank, The Frivolous Machinations of Our Elected Leaders, The Take-over of our Interstate Highways by Larger and Larger Trucks, etc. I soon found my articles being published in magazines, association newsletters and newspapers. I am constantly amazed with how many people know how to verbalize complaints, but how few know how to write interesting and mean-ingful articles about the world around us. Now that my body is as fully recovered, I am seeking further engagements to expand and challenge my management and writing skills. I prefer to work part-time, at home as an independent contractor, at hours that are convenient to both parties. I would be agreeable to work in an office, if necessary, so long as the driving distance is not too far and at times other than rush hours. I have no need for medical insurance, retirement programs, investment accounts, vacation days or similar perks. I will work for an agreed upon fixed sum per task or hourly rate, whichever is appropriate for your needs. However, I can no longer travel on Interstate Highways and I can no longer drive after dark, so my travel is somewhat restricted. I believe that I am capable of managing any type sales or service business and writing any type of document, on almost any subject, given sufficient time to research the project for accuracy of document content. I maintain three ring binders that are filled with hundreds of published documents that I have written and I will be happy to review them with any interested party, or parties, along with an in-depth discussion of my capabilities, at a mutually convenient time. I thank you for this opportunity to present my skills for your consideration and I look forward to an opportunity to be of service. Sincerely, James E. (Jim) Stoll
United States

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