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Carol Ann Morris - Freelance Grant Writing, Proposal Writing, Business Plan Writing, Newsletter Writing, & Speech Writing
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CAROL ANN MORRIS 1017 McMillan Avenue, Winnipeg Manitoba R3M 0T5 204-453-0051 (home) 204-981-1703 (mobile) jcm1@mts.net PROFILE Demonstrated record of success in funds development, event / administrative management and marketing operations. CAREER HISTORY FundsFinder September 2011 to present Owner and Founder Winnipeg Manitoba Independent grant writer, articles and blogs Winnipeg Harvest, Inc....
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Tara Carpenter-Kellett - Freelance Business Consulting, Project Management, Proposal Writing, HR Management, & Budgeting
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4.4
8 Skills
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My primary interests lie in all areas of medical management (clinical, operational, financial), data based clinical decision support, identifying opportunities to implement best practice care, and addressing organizational and behavioral barriers that impede ultimate success. My major focus is to work with clinicians and health care teams in a positive supporting manner in an effort to help...
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Ogbonnaya - Freelance Collections & Data Entry
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4.0
2 Skills
$13
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gbonnaya Durunna is well Detail-oriented, self-motivated and well trained in Insurance and Actuarial science with vast experience in the Insurance industry. He also has good knowledge in Life Insurance underwriting, Actuarial analysis, Risk Management, Life Reinsurance Administration, Claims Administration, Business Development, Product Evaluation and Customer service relationship. Ogbonnaya...
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Jonathan Hull - Freelance Creative Writing & Poem Writing
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Introduction: Highly and acutely skilled and accomplished in organizing and maintaining complex projects, defining project priorities, delegating tasks and meeting deadlines. Life accomplished and goal oriented, I am a team-playing strategist whose confidence, aptitude, perseverance, vision and aggressive, yet professional work habits promote success. Manifests with high focused intent and tangibility; learning how to implement and adhere to a realization of duty. Skills: • Demonstrating a high level of organizational and multitasking skills, bringing about optimum efficiency and quality while working under pressure to meet deadlines. • Establishing exceptional, life-long relationships and contact, reflecting extraordinary communication skills while influencing others in a positive and generative manner. • Proficient in utilizing internet references, research, new and “industry standard” business software. Strong aptitude and experience with proprietary software as well. Professional Experience: 3.09-Current “g0t:l0Ve?” Writer- Student- Light Worker Honolulu, HI Returned to University, continuing my education and gaining valuable material for the directional prose in regard to the publication of my first book. Thus, my continual efforts of the “g0t:l0Ve?” title an branding, while maintaining service to the Global cause, Agape and sensitivity to human emotion. Intermediate skill-set creating copy, driving traffic, including social media maintenance; resulting in high ROI percentage in a short amount of time. Web creation and upkeep, continuously in practice and improvement 4.08-1.09 US Fax Law Center, Inc. Lead Investigator/Client Relations Englewood, CO Responsibilities include, but not limited to; Initiating and overseeing investigations from “junk fax” blasters to clients of our firm in order to recover monetary damages entitled by law. Securing new clients, maintaining existing relationships with clients and implementing/spearheading new and existing marketing campaigns in a short time period. All office administration and decision making included in duties as well. 2.07-1.08 CitiFinancial Auto Investigator/Skip Tracer Centennial, CO Worked in the Recovery department and managed a large portfolio of 300+ accounts at any given time. Initiated and managed skip investigations from start to finish, in order to secure collateral of accounts that were, and exceeded 180 days past due. Negotiated settlements on high balance and charged off accounts. Recovered over 500 thousand dollars, and approximately 1.2 million in collateral. Laid off in a struggling economy. 4.01-3.08 HUB Enterprises/McBride Investigations Investigator Greenwood Village, CO Structured and maintained extensive investigations in regard to locating and apprehending client collateral for large clients. Conducted mobile and extensive video surveillance of subjects for large insurance carriers and claims. Assisted in locating individuals, (skips, debtors and convicted felons) communicating to the proper authorities, assisting in their collection/apprehension on a daily and momentary basis. Conducted records/asset searches through industry standard software; Accurint, Locate Plus, Lexis Nexis, etc., Produced high quality results in a short period of time. Education: 8.99 –1.00 Metropolitan State College of Denver, Denver, CO BS-Behavioral Science/Sociology/Psychology (incomplete) 6.10-Present Grand Canyon University (Online) Phoenix, AZ BA- Liberal Arts-Christian Studies-1212 completion Special Considerations & Skills: Above average ability to market, write copy and drive web traffic to wherever the campaign intends the user to arrive. Ad copy on FB, resulting in proven and consistent 30%-45% CTR (Click through Rate) as well. References available upon request
Kapolei, Hawaii, United States
Robert Anderson - Freelance Ad Design & Newspaper Illustration
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3.0
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Robert C. Anderson Assets: The ability to read, write and think critically while handling multiple tasks. Unsurpassed research and writing skills with real trial experience – from initial client interview to final adjudication. EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE 2/08 – 7/13 Auto Locators, Valdosta, Georgia. Inventory Sales Manager. Facilitate wholesale auto transfers to and from new car dealerships. Responsibilities include creating a client base by calling on owners of new car dealerships to maximize dealership inventories based upon current markets. Negotiating the terms of all transfers, managing all the inventory of dealerships nationwide, providing twelve sales consultants with the proper units and guidance to see sales through, interviewing, hiring and training of new sales team members, and monitoring the pulse of the team. 6/07 – 2/08 Sunny Honda – Kia, Valdosta, Georgia. Performed as a salesman, closing manager, sales manager and finance manager, for high-volume new and used car dealership. 11/06 – 6/07 Robalo Boats Inc., Valdosta, Georgia. Performing as the Lead of the high-end luxury boat production line. Supervising the daily operations of production including a staff of fifteen, monitoring quality, efficiency, cost effectiveness, inventory, safety, morale, and advising on and implementing any engineering and/or infrastructural changes needed. 5/99 – 10/06 The Law Offices of Lester B. Lipkind, Babylon, New York. Senior Paralegal, Handling all aspects of litigation for a General Practice, specializing in research, case development, and motion practice, with heavy client contact. Experience includes multitudes of brief writing for pre-trial motions, discovery, omnibus, memoranda of law, claims, summons, replies, etc., with polished communication skills. Resources include Westlaw on-line research library, full library of written texts, copy, fax, scanner, and printing machines, state of the art computer systems for both office use and lap-top computers for travel. 5/97 – 4/99 New York State Department of Labor Sullivan Correctional Facility-Education Department. Paralegal – Law Clerk, Handling all aspects of General Practice, specializing in research, case development, brief writing, and oral argument. Experience includes writs, appeals, personal injury claims, client preparation, deposition, class action and trial. New York State Department of Labor, Watertown Correctional Facility-Education Department. Paralegal – Law Clerk, Handling all aspects of General Practice, overseeing other paralegals, specializing in research, case development, Shepardizing, and brief writing. 12/95 – 5/97 State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook , New York. Undergraduate Teaching Assistant – English Department Upper Division Shakespeare, Responsibilities included course preparation, class lectures, preparation of the class’ written assignments, testing and grading, and weekly reports back to supervising tenured professor. Happenings Magazine, Stony Brook, New York. Journalist covering a variety of news stories focusing on governmental issues and the impact and relationship between eastern Long Island and Albany. Stony Brook Statesman, Stony Brook, New York. Journalist covering variety of news stories effecting SUNY, the University, and its community. EDUCATION 12/95 – 5/97 State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York. Pre-Law, (English-major, History-minor), Bachelor of Arts, Baccalaureate Honors, Phi Beta Kappa Honors, Golden Key National Honors, *** Laude, 3.76 GPA. 9/93 – 1/95 North Country Community College, Saranac Lake, New York. Associate of Arts Degree, Dean’s List. Skills: Windows XP/7/8, MS Office 2003/2007, WordPerfect, WestLaw-Westmate 6.3 & 7.2, Lexis-Nexis, Pacer, Lois- Law, Outlook, ADP, FMC, DealerLocate, and fully proficient in internet tools. .
Valdosta, Georgia, United States
Sydney Selvon - Freelance Article Writing & Biography Writing
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F. G. Sydney Selvon Summary: Sydney Selvon (doctorate in History, major in journalism) is a multi-skilled professional with an in-depth knowledge of and experience in: editing (Canada, Australia, and Mauritius), writing and translation. He is an editorial adviser for a group of publications in Mauritius. He was editor of a 45,000-circulation newspaper in Mauritius before becoming moving to Canada and taking up editorial positions in the Sun Media/Bowes Publishers (Quebecor group) in Alberta, Canada, from 2003 to 2007. He worked also as Business Editor in the Northern News Services Group of newspapers (English language) in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada, and was Editor of the Strathmore Standard, near Calgary, until 2007. He then moved to China and taught taught Business English to Chinese students at the Jiangsu College of Information Technology in a Sino-German business diploma project. His editing skills in addition to writing include the use of professional software such as InDesign or QuarkXPress, Photoshop, Acrobat Pro, etc. Sydney has been active over decades defending journalists in the following positions: founder member and general secretary of the Association of Journalists of Mauritius; vice-president of the Mauritius Union of Journalists; member of the Commonwealth Press Union in the UK. Sydney has written the first exhaustive historical account of Mauritius, covering five centuries, based on extensive research. Career: Current position: Consulting Editor for Yukondale Group of newspapers. 2007-2009: Foreign Expert teaching Business English in China at the Jiangsu School of Information Technology in Wuxi, China, near Shanghai in a joint Sino-German education project. 2003-2007: Editor in the Bowes Publishers Group, a division of Sun Media, itself part of Quebecor, in Canada. As such, was successively editor of community newspapers (Peace River Record Gazette and Strathmore Standard) in Alberta. Was, during a short interval in 2005-2006 Senior Business writer at Northern News group of newspapers in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada, as such covering major mining discoveries and operations and other business and government matters. As editor at Bowes in Alberta, was each year engaged in coaching and rating journalism undergraduate interns (news/feature writing and reporting techniques) as part of their practicum at the Mount Royal University. 1998-2003: News Editor of News on Sunday, then Editor of the Financial News magazine, English language publications controlled by London-based British American Investments group (BAI). 1996-1998: Editor in the Rural Press Group, one of the large media groups in Australia. 1995-1996: Diplomatic assignment at the High Commission of Mauritius in Canberra, Australia. 1972-1995: Reporter, then, successively, news editor, features editor, deputy chief editor and editor from 1984 to 1995 of the largest newspaper in Mauritius: a daily with a circulation of around 45,000 in 1995. During that period and beyond, Sydney has been reporting on on freelance or on an ad hoc basis for The Indian Ocean Newsletter based in Paris, Associated Press New York and some radio stations in Reunion Island (France), the CBC in Canada and the BBC. 1976-1978: Local government councillor. Skills: - Excellent writing skills English and French, writing books as well as writing news and features and opinion for newspapers and magazines on a wide range of topics and issues in the fields of politics, culture, history, international affairs, science, environment and more. - Can edit, retouch and layout appropriate photos for news and features using Photoshop. - Excellent layout skills including the design of front pages using InDesign (proficient also in QuarkXPress). Education: Primary schooling: St. Jean Bosco Roman Catholic Authority School in Mauritius. Secondary/pre-tertiary: Royal College, Curepipe, Mauritius, obtaining: the Cambridge University’s School Certificate (UK) with Division One in English Language, English Literature, History, Mathematics, French Language, French Literature, Biology and Chemistry; the Cambridge University’s Higher School Certificate in four principal subjects (English, French, Biochemistry and History) and two subsidiary subjects (General Paper, and Public Affairs – British Constitution). - In 1972, spent nearly six months in the United States to study journalism in as a U.S. State Department bursary in a Foreign Journalists Program at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. This included assignments at two U.S. newspapers, the Patriot Ledger near Boston, Mass., and the Portland Oregonian, in Portland, Ore. Also covered, during the course, the presidential election, and attended a U.N. General Assembly session in New York as well as a presidential press briefing at the White House. - Holds a doctorate in History, major in Journalism (NWMD International University, South Africa). Publications: Has written several successful books, as follows, in English and French, based on extensive archival research and a rich bibliography of research works, in English or French: - « Vacoas-Phoenix. La genèse d’une ville». Vacoas, Mauritius. 1984. French - « Ramgoolam ». Editions de l’Océan Indien, Rose Hill, Mauritius, 1986.French - « Historical Dictionary of Mauritius”. 2nd Edition. Scarecrow Press, New Jersey and London.1991. English - L’Ile Maurice, son peuple, ses cultures.” (co-authored with famous Mauritian author Abhimanyu Unnuth and Sorbonne educated Dr. Issa Asgarally). MSM Printing, Les Pailles, Mauritius. 1990. French An English version, “Mauritius, Its People, Its Cultures,” was published at the same time. - “Port-Louis Harbour,” a history of Port-Louis harbour in Mauritius from the time of Dutch colonization of the island. Port-Louis, Mauritius. 1991. Co-authored with A. Unnuth. - “A Comprehensive History of Mauritius.” A detailed account spanning over half a millennium of history. Editions MDS, Port-Louis, Mauritius. 1st edition in 2001, 2nd edition, corrected and revised, 2003. 526 pages. English - “While My Love Waited,” a short novel based on a real, but secret love story between British navigator Matthew Flinders, a married man, and an island beauty in the 1800s. Port-Louis, 2001. - “L’histoire de Maurice. Des origines à nos jours,” 588 pages. French translation of ``A Comprehensive History of Mauritius`` - Translated to French British golfer Nick Wright’s book “Lower Your Golf Handicap in 10 Days” into French. Editions Solar, Paris, France. 2003. - “A Dragon in Dodoland”, a rags to riches biography of a poor immigrant from China, Dr. Patrick Chui Wan Cheong, who became a successful medical practitioner and multimillionaire businessman in Mauritiius, land of the unique dodo species now extinct. A French version was written concurrently by Sydney Selvon under the title “Un Dragon chez les Dodos”. Mauritius, 2010. Launched by Prime Minister Dr. Navin Ramgoolam. Other : - Won the Nicolas Lambert Prize (Journalist of the Year) in 1980 in Mauritius and the Prix Marcel Cabon (Best Reporter award) in 1979, in Mauritius. - Was founder and general-secretary of the Association of Journalists of Mauritius and then was a vice-president of the Mauritius Union of Journalists (MUJ). - Was one of the organizers of a journalism training program for journalists in Mauritius in 1991-1992. The program was sponsored by the Mauritius government with the Commonwealth Journalists Union based in London. - Has travelled several times to the U.K., the U.S., France and Canada (is a resident of that country) and visited, as a journalist, Italy, Germany, the Seychelles, Singapore, Taiwan, China, India, Madagascar, Kenya, Iraq, South Africa, Libya, Venezuela, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand. - Has been founder member of Rotary clubs in Mauritius and Canada and is a past club president. - Has played in a large band, playing clarinet, keyboard, guitar and saxophone. - Has played soccer for a long time as an amateur. Likes also swimming and walking long distances. References: - Dr. Issa Asgarally, doctor in linguistics (Sorbonne, Paris), writer and retired professor at the Mauritius Institute of Education, a state sponsored degree granting tertiary educational institution. - Kent Keebaugh, Publisher, Daily Herald Tribune, Alberta, Canada.
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Bryan Mcguire - Freelance T-Shirt Design & Logo Design
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4.0
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I am artist that loves to create. That likes to make things come to life out of other minds. I take great care and work with fluent speed to creat the best creation that I can. I have numerous mock ups on my facebook page, and are willing to show my wears to you to gain your trust in my skills.
Newport, Kentucky, United States
Ade Daini - Freelance Comic Art & Illustration
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4.5
2 Skills
$35
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My name is Ade Daini, I am a talented, meticulous and detail oriented comic-illustrator, artworker, packaging-design and graphic & digital designer, who has had some fair share of experiences in the various fields of graphic & digital design, visualizing, web-design, and illustrating in general and works as a general design expert with "Supreme Design Printers in London, but is willing to widen my horizon with new and higher challenges by joining any new company that may be ready to take me into its fold as an experienced creative member of staff. I absolved my bachelors' degree in "Graphic & Digital Design" from the "University of Greenwich" in 2012, what brought me back to that institute is the ever changing environment in the world of creativity, I however had my first college degree known as Ordinary National Diploma in 1991 and have since worked in this field of endeavor starting from Africa all through to Europe and the United-Kingdom, where I now reside. I function very well, either as a good team player, or as an individual creative person. I want to creatively add new potential values to your establishment, I am a designer who could also either take a on a brief from its very scratch by making beautiful marker visual concept scamps to finished artwork level on the computer, on Adobe-CS' "Illustrator", "Photoshop", "Indesign", "Fireworks", "Aftereffects", "Flash", "CSS", "Acrobat", "Dreamweaver", "WORD", "POWERPOINT" just to mention some. I however also use blends of PANTONE and COPIC marker colors very well in making visual artworks, apart from the fact that I do make imaginative artworks look very good, be it for storyboards or other commercial visual-work purposes. However as I was studying to earn myself a degree in graphic and digital-design, I also took the opportunity to intensify on and further-more widen my scope and knowledge in the digital digital realm of the subject and really brushed up my web-design skills to meet up with the ever growing demand for skills in that sector of the design profession. My contact numbers are both: 07403192143 and 01322839781, and you can also take a look at some of my portfolio works at: creativepool.com/adedaini . I however promise to perform and deliver, if considered for an interview on this given role by your hiring team. Thanks. Yours sincerely, Ade Daini.
London, United Kingdom
Glenn Kim - Freelance Copywriting & Creative Writing
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5.0
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Glenn Kim Korean Copywriter Freelance Korean Copywriter — May 2011-Present Clients: Time Warner Cable, Re/Max, California Bank & Trust, RGL Insurance Umeken USA (LA) Korean Copywriter/Creative Director — March 2010 – April 2011 Clients: Umeken’s various health supplements and home appliances including water filtration and cooking ware ES Advertising (LA) Korean Copywriter/Creative Director — 2008- January 2010 Clients: DIRECTV, California Bank & Trust, Woongjin Coway, Hanwha PanCom Int’l (LA) Korean Copywriter/Creative Director — 1993-2008 Clients: AT&T, Ford Motors, Volvo, State Farm Insurance, Target, AXA Equitable, Hyundai Motors, Asiana Airlines, Nielsen, Haitai America, House Foods, Pulte Homes LG Ad (Seoul) Korean Copywriter — 1988-1993 Clients: Pizza Hut, Gillette, Frito-Lay, 20th Century Fox, Kim Jung Moon Aloe, Peugeot, Inter-continental Hotel, Korea Tourism Organization, Pyungwha Bank ACHIEVEMENTS o 2005 ANA (Association of National Advertisers) Multicultural Excellence Award finalist Category: Campaign with Significant Results Client: SBC Communications o 2004 Diversity Automotive Advertisement of the Year Award (Ford Motors) o 1999 AAAA O'Toole Multicultural Grand Prize Award o 1996 Telly Award o 1995 Vision Award o 1994 Mobius Award o Retain Pacific Bell-SBC-AT&T account for 13 years o Developed concepts and Korean copy for agency review that won Ford Motors, Nielsen, and Pulte Homes EDUCATION UCLA Extension (Marketing) 1990, 1991 Seoul National University (BA)
Glendale, California, United States
F. Michael Short - Freelance Article Writing & Journalistic Photography
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I am a long-time professional journalist working for both print and online media. My experience includes two decades of reporting, editing, photography and virtually every other aspect of the journalism and writing industries. F. Michael Short 302-645-7327 or 302-382-3547 michaelshort1@verizon.net Education: Bachelor's Degree from the University of Delaware in 1982. My degree is in English with a concentration in journalism. Experience: A. Worked as a reporter and photographer for various publications and websites from 2009 until now, particularly the Coastal Sussex Morning News and schoolnite.net. This was primarily freelance work and much of it was for online media. I also did some website and corporate editing for Hook PR Group. B. Served as news editor of the Sussex Post Newspaper from November, 2006 until May, 2009. I lost my job because of a company downsizing and cutbacks by Independent Newspapers Inc. My duties included reporting, editing, photography, posting stories, pagination, writing a weekly column and compiling the weekly news budget. In short, I did almost everything except sports and submitted press releases. C. Worked as a cashier at Lowe's from 2004 until 2006. D. Served as a news editor and senior reporter at the Cape Gazette from 1995 until 2002. E. Reporter and photographer at the Whale and Daily Whale Newspapers from 1983 until 1995. Community interests: I currently serve on the Board of Directors for the Friends of Prime Hook U.S. Wildlife Refuge. My wife and I ran the youth group at St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church in Lewes for six years until January, 2009. We began the youth program and ran it successfully for that six year period, including a yearly food fast and collection for Catholic Relief Services that raised over $6,000 in a four-year period. I served for four years on the Board of Directors for the Possum Point Players. During this time, I also served on the committee responsible for a major renovation to the Possum Point Players Theater. Skills: I am skilled at almost every facet of the journalism and writing industry and would bring 20 plus years of experience to any job in that field. I have won a number of awards for my work and am well known in Delaware for my skill and objectivity. As the news editor of the Sussex Post, I had to be, to a large extent, the "face" of the newspaper. By that, I mean that I had to be in the community meeting people and representing the newspaper. I had to be polite, professional and friendly in order to reflect well on the newspaper and on my profession. I worked from home on most days and came very close to being a "one man shop." That meant I had to be the definition of an organized "self-starter" who could balance time, multi-task and stay on top of numerous issues and responsibilities while still meeting a weekly deadline. I had to balance time and deadlines while compiling news budgets, writing, editing, taking photographs, posting stories, building pages and completing virtually every facet of a newspaper with an absolute deadline. To say I had to do multiple projects at the same time would be an understatement. In addition to my writing, editing and photography, I had to develop and learn to use a variety of computer systems. Working from home with little technical support meant that I was primarily responsible for my own computer maintenance and "trouble shooting". In addition to my work in journalism, I feel that my community interests have helped to make me a valuable potential employee. As youth group leaders, my wife and I had to deal with students, parents, parish and diocese leaders. We developed a youth group program, built support, raised awareness and were involved in every facet of the group's administration. As leaders, we consistently tried to teach our students the importance of giving back to the community and helping those less fortunate than themselves. Among our greatest accomplishments were yearly food fasts which raised more than $6,000 during a four year period, all of which was donated to Catholic Relief Services. We take great pride in feeling that we helped young people to grow and we count ourselves fortunate to have had that opportunity. Although it sounds like a cliche, we learned as much from them as they did from us. My work on the Friends of Prime Hook Wildlife Refuge also has many facets. The Friends group serves as a supporting organization for the refuge. I am currently taking the lead role in the annual photography contest which attracts hundreds of entries each fall. I also worked diligently in an effort to maintain our status as an independent refuge instead of becoming a satellite refuge. This involved drafting and writing a letter on behalf of the entire group to our Congressional delegation and state leaders. I also served for four years on the Board of Directors for the Possum Point Players Theater group. Part of that time was spent on the building committee, which oversaw a nearly three-quarter million dollar expansion and renovation to the building. I have always worked with the public and feel my experiences and skills enable me to do that very well. I consider myself polite, personable and responsive to people and their needs. My work in journalism has allowed me to focus on meeting a deadline and getting things accomplished quickly and efficiently. Personal Information: I am 51 years old and married. I have no children and am in very good health. I enjoy community theater, travel, photography, reading, gardening and outdoor activities. I live in the Lewes area and have been a resident of that area since 1983. References: Glenn Rolfe - Glenn and I worked together as fellow editors. He was the editor of the Seaford Leader and State Register and took over my responsibilities at the Sussex Post after Independent Newspapers consolidated its' operation and downsized employees. Glenn can be reached at grolfe@newszap.com Dean Campbell - Dean is a local attorney who attended college with me and has known me for nearly 30 years. He can be reached at 854-9750. Senator George Bunting - Senator Bunting and I have known each other since my earliest reporting days almost 25 years ago. He is a man of great personal integrity who I have worked with for most of the last quarter century and he has always praised me for my honesty and journalistic ability. Senator Bunting can be reached at his work office at 227-3891. Kitt Parker - I worked with Kitt at the Sussex Post for more than two years. She can be reached at kparker@newszap.com Patrick Donovan - Patrick is the youth ministry coordinator for the Diocese of Wilmington and worked with my wife and myself during our six years as youth ministry leaders. He can be reached at patrickd@cdow.org
Delaware, United States