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Marianne Baskerville - Freelance Data Entry & Research
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MARIANNE BASKERVILLE EDUCATION Richmondville Central School – Diploma - 1983 Schoharie County Vo-Tec - Diploma- Office Operations - 1983 Schenectady County Community College Major – Business Administration – 2005-2006 Bryant & Stratton – A.A.S Medical Administration 2009-2012 WORK HISTORY Mechanical Turk – Virtual Assistant – Transcription, Surveys – 2012 - Present United States Census Bureau –...
Schenectady, New York, United States

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Reuben James - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
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I am a full-time 3D animation artist, with over 20 years of experience in both high-end film TV production. My work is featured on History Channel, Discovery Channel and multiple national broadcast media outlets for TV and Web. I specialize in creating all custom-built 3D models (character, product, logo, architectural, special effects, organic, prototyping, sci-fi, medical, legal, & forensic), textures (UV, Hair, Diffuse, Specular, etc), and fully-animated sequences, 100% entirely from scratch. I can translate from any format or medium, including simple hand-sketched designs, fleshing them out into full photo-real or high-end commercial detail. I work very well with others and have a high level of communication skill and vision, when it comes to fulfilling the requests of any client, large, medium or small. I work 16-hour days, seven days a week, to ensure that I deliver on a deadline, while not cutting corners. I am truly passionate about my craft. My bids are accurate and I never go over my estimate. Standard payment terms are half up front, half upon delivery. I have a large body of work including 1500 commercials, several hundred corporate videos and several independent film projects. For freelance work, my rate is $85 (USD) per hour or I can develop a comprehensive, cost-effective bid, based on your budgetary constraints.
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, United States
Troy Castoe - Freelance Print Ad Design & Song Writing
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606 Willamette St OREGON CITY, OREGON 503 314 4399 · CASTOET@HOTMAIL.COM TROY CASTOE ATTRIBUTES: Strong customer service and multitasking skills. Honest, efficient and clean bartending habits. Versatile experience, primarily high volume settings. EMPLOYMENT 3/2010 to Present McAnulty & Barry’s; Oregon City, Oregon Bartender Managing, bartending, serving, cooking, food preparation, basic knowledge of general equipment maintenance and some repair 5/2006 to 11/30/2009 Sandbox Entertainment LLC. DBA; Tailgater‘s Bar and Grill Corvallis, Or General Manager/Owner All Administrative duties including: Staffing, scheduling, ordering, staff training, budgeting, bookkeeping, menu and promotion development Front and Back of the House Working Experience such as: Managing, bartending, serving, cooking, food preparation, basic knowledge of general equipment maintenance and some repair 10/2005 to 6/2006 McFaddens Restaurant and Saloon Portland, Or Bar Manager/Bartender Responsible for weekly Inventory, point of sale maintenance and report generating, training bar staff and promotions. 8/2003 to 10/2005 The Gypsy Restaurant and Lounge Portland, Or Bartender/Assistant Manager Scheduling, ordering, maintenance, training and pass down information to upper management explaining pour cost, staffing issues and all other information pertaining to everyday operations. Developed promotions, menus and calendar of events. EDUCATION 9/98 to 6/01 Oregon State University Corvallis, Or Bachelor of Science/ Liberal Studies Certificates/Permits Current Oregon Liquor Control Commission Servers Permit Current Oregon Food Handler’s Card Current Department of Public Safety Standards Unarmed Security Card
Oregon City, Oregon, United States
Bonnie Williams - Freelance Nature Illustration, Landscape Painting, Mural Painting, Drawing, & Painting
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I am a part time Art Teacher and skilled in pencil, oils, and acrylic. I enjoy natural settings, real life portraits, illustrations for children's books, Christian art, murals, nature, and animals/wildlife. I have been creating artwork since I was about 4 years of age. Other things I enjoy... photography, reading, writing, and I raise German Shepherds.
Paw Paw, Illinois, United States
Jacob Schwab - Freelance Content Writing & Editing
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Jacob Schwab JACOBMSCHWAB@GMAIL.COM 755 SOUTH DEXTER STREET #835, DENVER, COLORADO 80246 • PHONE (720) 937-8430 Profile A dedicated individual with the ability to reach out to students and create a learning environment by implementing both new and classical educational strategies within the classroom. Areas of Expertise: Western Literature Reading Comprehension Ability to alter lessons in order to reach the maximum amount of students Working knowledge of classroom technology tools with the ability to effectively implement it into day to day lessons Capability to effectively lead classroom in meaningful discussion of lessons Classroom Management Objective To work as a member of a dedicated group of educators to ensure each student receives a classical high school education allowing them to succeed while developing the skills necessary to be successful in their pursuit of a college education. Teaching Experience Student Teaching, 9th-12th grade Fall, 2010 Smoky Hill High School, Cherry Creek School District Worked with cooperating teacher and supervisor to develop and build units of instruction comprised of daily lessons and assessments Given complete control of the classroom to plan, implement, and assess lessons for an entire semester Unit plan for Lord of the Flies was done completely on my own from beginning to end Participated in the “culture” of the school, becoming involved in extracurricular activities Worked with members of the English department to ensure students are achieving their full potential Worked within the PLT group to better assess the curriculum of the English department Teaching Practicum/Field Experience, 9th-12th grade Spring, 2010 Smoky Hill High School, Cherry Creek School District Taught short lessons in conjunction with cooperating teacher Worked with students in small groups Worked with cooperating teacher in designing lessons/assessments Teaching Practicum/Field Experience, 9th-12th grade Fall, 2009 Martin Luther King Junior Early College, Denver Public Schools Taught short lessons in conjunction with cooperating teacher Worked with students in small groups Led and monitored classroom discussions concerning the topics being covered Teaching Practicum/Field Experience, 6th grade Spring, 2009 Hamilton Middle School, Denver Public Schools Worked with cooperating teacher in implementing lesson plans Worked one on one with struggling students Taught small lessons to class Enforced main ideas to small groups of students Observed classroom management techniques and skills Education Bachelor of Arts in English – Metropolitan State College of Denver Concentration in Secondary School Teaching and a Minor in Secondary Education G.P.A. - 3.67 PLACE Score - 248 Sample Courses ? Myth, Symbol, Allusion ? The Victorian Era in Literature ? Shakespeare’s Tragedies ? Educational Technology ? Teaching Composition in Grades 7-12 ? Teaching Literature and Communication 7-12 ? Chaucer, Shakespeare, and Milton ? Young Adult Literature Other experiences working with children Camp Counselor, Riverside Country Club Austin, Texas Summer 2002-2004 Planning and implementation of daily activities Ensure the safety of 100+ campers Supervise activities as well as transitional periods (between activities, lunch, pickup, etc.) Skills Proficient with classroom technology and implementation Website Creation http://jschwab.wikispaces.com/ http://mrschwab.weebly.com/ Microsoft Word and PowerPoint proficient Ability to connect with students of all backgrounds on multiple educational levels Work Experience Server/Trainer, Hacienda Colorado 2006-Present Night Foreman, Home Depot 2003-2006 National Education Association National Council of Teachers of English National Association for Beginning Teachers Colorado Language Arts Society Professional Affiliations
Denver, Colorado, United States
Susan Simons - Freelance Grant Writing & Event Planning
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4.5
2 Skills
$75
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After growing up in New York City, Ms. Simons has worked with non-profits in development and marketing. She has been active in event planning and coordination, program management, campaign organization, fundraising, promotions, publicity and grant writing. She has spent time in Liberia, West Africa as a Peace Corps. Volunteer. Employment History Owner January, 2014 – present Simons Consulting Services Edgewood, New Mexico Simons Consulting Services offers help and assistance to established non-profits and those wishing to start a non-profit. SCS is helping clients with by-laws, registering with the state and applying for non-profit status from the IRS. More established non-profits are using SCS services in grant writing, sponsorship development and other types of fundraising. Simons Consulting Services directed a successful grass-roots “vote yes’ campaign for an animal protection organization supporting a local bond election. Executive Director January, 2008 – October, 2013 Central New Mexico Affiliate Susan G. Komen for the Cure Albuquerque, New Mexico Ms. Simons was the Affiliates first full time Executive Director. She was responsible for the overall operations of the Affiliate including representing the organization to the public and to community organizations, providing guidance to volunteers and committees and for financial and personnel oversight. She was also responsible for obtaining sponsorships and other fundraising. In the last 5 years, she has grown the annual income by 32%, and has created an intern program. In that last year, despite downturns in the economy and unfortunate events, sponsorships and individual donations have remained even. The Affiliate is now on the Executive Committee of the NM Cancer Council, has a seat on the Board of the NM Community Health Charities and is listed in the NM Grantmaker’s Directory. The number of calls received at the Affiliate from across the state is an indication of the increased the visibility she has helped the Affiliate achieve. Ms. Simons has reached out to a number of community organizations and formed partnerships with the UNM School of Marketing, Presbyterian Health Services as well as many local organizations and businesses. Development Officer July, 2004 – June, 2007 New Mexico Humanities Council Albuquerque, New Mexico As Development Office, Ms. Simons' duties included fundraising and public relations. She managed the annual campaign, increased the donor base through direct donor involvement and increased the Councils visibility statewide by attendance at appropriate conventions and meetings and through media advertising. Ms. Simons assisted the Council in creating and implementing a number of new fundraising programs. One of these is an earned income revenue source utilizing an existing public service program. Ms. Simons has written a number of grants, equaling a 54% success rate, totaling over $35,000. Many of these grants were from first time supporters. She also worked with the 2005 Montezuma Ball Committee. This event netted the Council over $23,000. Owner 2002- 2006 Simons Consulting Services Edgewood, New Mexico Simons Consulting has had a number of clients: New Mexico Engineering Foundation, New Mexico Special Orchestra, the Moriarty Civic Center and the Albuquerque Boy Choir. Her duties for these clients include creating news releases and marketing materials, grant writing, producing and manning trade booths and fundraising through direct development and events. She has conducted a very successful direct mail campaign for the Engineering Foundation getting over a 3% response. Ms. Simons has also successful obtained an advertising grant for the Moriarty Civic Center and, as volunteer, written and obtained grants for the New Mexico Route 66 Association. She has worked with organizations to file their 501’s with the IRS and has written by-laws and Articles of Incorporation. Director of Development 2001-2002 Easter Seals New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico Ms. Simons was responsible for the planning and executing of all fundraising activities including, but not limited to, grant writing, direct donor development and the two spring events. This included obtaining sponsorship for and marketing these events to the media and the public. These two events showed an average increase of 31% over the preceding year, with the major event having the best gross gain since its inception. She was also responsible for the promotion of Easter Seals New Mexico’s programs. This visibility was accomplished through press releases, participation in public events and direct contact with donors, both individual and corporate. She was also responsible for the creation and printing of the quarterly newsletter. Division Director 1999-2001 New Mexico March of Dimes Albuquerque, New Mexico Ms. Simons was responsible for the planning and executing of all fundraising activities, these included three sites of Walk America she was in charge of recruiting, orienting and involving volunteers. She was responsible for major sponsor recruitment and the involvement of new corporate partners in these events. Two new fundraising events were added to the March of Dimes Fundraising calendar under her direction. This is reflected in a 60% growth in revenue over the last two years. As Division Director, she provided organization visibility through public relations and promotional events, such as the establishment of a regularly published newsletter and participation in health fairs and other public venues. Owner 1997-1999 Simons Consulting Edgewood, New Mexico Simons Consulting wrote and managed grants for non-profits, advising on membership campaigns and planned and staffed expo. booths. They also wrote promotional material for both for-profit and non-profit organizations. Ms. Simons served as Site and Sponsor chair for the Torrance County Economic Summit. Ms. Simons was also part-time director for the United South Broadway MainStreet organization, Very Special Arts and worked with Occasions! By Design as an event planner. She served as volunteer director for the Torrance County Rails-to-Trails project, coordinating fundraising and publicity, as well as a 10K Fun Run and as the promotional campaign manager for the New Mexico Route 66 Association. Project Manager 1995-1997 Salt Missions Trails MainStreet Estancia, New Mexico As Project Manager, Ms. Simons reported directly to a board of 16 that represented the four major towns of Torrance County. She incorporated this economic development organization and successfully wrote their 501-c-3 status. Ms. Simons was instrumental in raising over $35,000 for the organization through direct contact, membership campaigns, special events and grant writing. She was also responsible for information dissemination through direct mail, event booths and the publication of the quarterly newsletter. Her job included economic development through the solicitation of new businesses and the retention and expansion of existing businesses. In the development of the Torrance County Rails to Trails project, she wrote and was granted the Dupont Greenways Award for $25,000. This was the only Greenways grant received in New Mexico. She also successfully wrote grants from Keep New Mexico Beautiful, the NM Dept. of Economic Development, the NM Dept. of Tourism and National Scenic By-way. Owner 1991-1995 Jazmin Consulting Group, Inc. Carnation, Washington Jazmin Consulting was a partnership that specialized in event planning, fundraising and campaign management. Jazmin Consulting contracted to sell and coordinate booth space, arrange publicity special event coverage, travel arrangements and fundraising from American companies for Japan Week in Bellevue. Jazmin Consulting also coordinated meetings, fundraising and publicity for successful public bond campaigns. Education Masters of Non-Profit Management - Regis University 2010 University of Arizona – BS Rio Salado Community College – Bookkeeping Bellevue Community College – Grant Writing and Fundraising for Non-Profits Washington State Heritage Resource Center – Grant Writing Seminar Western New Mexico University – New Mexico Economic Development Course New Mexico State University – Marketing Class Business Retention and Expansion International – Certification Workshop Southwest Regional Your Town Center – Rural Design Workshop National March of Dimes Workshops – Volunteer Management, Communications, Event Management and Fundraising QuickBooks – Basic workshop and Customer Manager on-line workshop The Fundraising School/The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University–Building the Annual Fund workshop Certified Fundraising Executive Robert Woods Johnson Fellow 2009-2010 Leadership Albuquerque Class of 2012 YWCA Women on the Move 2013 Organizations Association of Fundraising Professionals – New Mexico Board of Directors 2005, 2006, 2010 2005, 2006 Education Day – Vendor Co-Chair Friends of the Estancia Valley Animals – President Board of Directors East Mountain Animal Shelter Task Force – Chair New Mexico Cancer Council - Chair Policy & Advocacy Work Group Speaking Engagements Home Based Business Conference 1996 National MainStreet Meeting 1997 NM Historic Preservation Alliance 1998 University of Phoenix – Guest Lecturer 1999 National Meeting on MainStreet 2004 Arizona State AFP Conference 2005 NGO-NM State Conference 2005 AFP Education Day 2006 Rural Economic Development Through Tourism Conference 2007 Houston AFP Educational Conference 2010 New Mexico Animal Humane Conference 2010 American Society of Power Engineers 2011 New Mexico Health Disparities Conference 2012 Association of Fundraising Professionals New Mexico March, 2013
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Eric Van Dril - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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Eric Van Dril Phone: (630) 363-0409 E-Mail: EricVanDril@gmail.com Qualification Summary Graduated in the spring 2009 with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Iowa. Have spent more than three years writing online about sports and pop culture for a variety of web sites. Worked for three widely-read news organizations and possess a deep-seeded knowledge of all sports – a point emphasized in current work as a sportswriter for the Kane County Chronicle and AOL’s Patch.com. In addition to working as a journalist, continue to produce TheStrokesNews.com, a site which has had 345,737 views in March, 2011 by engaging audience and producing content with significant value. Education: Graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications. On Dean’s List in fall 2008. 3.49 GPA in spring 2009. Took advanced-level courses in Online Journalism, Publication Design, Sports Writing and Reporting. Overall Journalism School GPA = 3.44. Applicable Professional History: Kane County Chronicle, Sports Reporter: August 2009 – Current. • Primarily cover high school sporting events, but also write a weekly column and feature stories. • Worked as paper’s Golf Insider in fall 2010 and continue to write a weekly column called “On Campus,” which features collegiate athletes from the paper’s area of circulation. • Consistently meet paper’s tight deadlines. Examples include several high school basketball and football games where less than 30 minutes is provided to write a story of 350-400 words. • Work is accurate, fair and intriguing because of a strong attention to detail and drive for perfection. The Cedar Rapids Gazette’s HooplaNow.com: Nov. 2008 – Dec. 2010. • Wrote seven entertainment news stories-per-week on HooplaNow.com. • Stories serve as vital piece in helping meet The Gazette’s web traffic goals for HooplaNow.com. Increased traffic by using keyword-rich leads and tagging keywords within the story. RipcordNews.com/TheStrokesNews.com: March 2009 – Current • Built loyal readership of over 4,000 music fans which trust TheStrokesNews.com, formerly RipcordNews.com, as the primary source for news about The Strokes. • Website had 238,542 page views in February, 2011 and 345,737 views in March, 2011. • Use Twitter and Facebook to continue growth of website. Huntley.Patch.com: October 2010 – February 2011 • Worked as a sportswriter for AOL’s local journalism website, building relationships with athletes, coaches and parents within the Huntley community. • Wrote 2-6 stories-per-week. TheCelebrityCafe.com: January 2008 – January 2009. • Produced an average of 30 pop culture stories during internship, and more than 50-per-week when hired following internship. • Several articles made it to the top of Google News’ Entertainment section. • Wrote over 2,500 articles total for the website, most of which were written under tight deadlines. References Available Upon Request
Lisle, Illinois, United States
Robert Hill-Bey - Freelance Business Plan Writing & Annual Report Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
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Robert Hill-Bey 622 East 50th Place Chicago, IL 60615 Phone: 7735449988 E-mail: roberthillbey@gmail.com Objective To contribute to the mission and goals of a small to mid size organization. Skills and Interests Ability to work independently or in a team environment,, Strong written and oral communication,, Sales, Proficient in writing government, corporate and foundation grants and proposals,, Attention to detail,, Ability to navigate the Illinois Giving Community., Ability to write clear, structured, articulate and proposals,, Strong editing skills,, Designing print, internet and voice advertising copy,, Marketing,, Lead Generation, Ad Copy Design and Layout, Research, organization, Leadership, Fiscal Management, Program Planning, Management and Service Delivery, Time Management, Personnel Management, Strong Listening skills, Strong Editing skills, communication skills, , Researching donor information,, Organization, Certificates Certificate of Completion-The Art and Science of Grant Writing The Art and Science of Grant Writing Real Estate Broker License Experience Mentor September 2011 - October 2011 Chicago Area Project-Bright Star Church of God, Chicago, Illinois Modeled leadership, communication and professionalism to youth at risk of gang violence. Real Estate Salesperson April 2009 - June 2010 Omega Realtors, Ltd., Chicago, Illinois Directs and coordinates all lead generation activities and strategies. Ensures fiduciary service of the Real Estate transaction from initial contact through contract to close by establishing standards and implementing feedback systems. Creating an overall marketing plan, designing and producing promotional materials, oversees the development and implementation of systems for buyers sellers, lead generation, contact database management and back office support, creating an advertising plan, creating a public relations plan, creating a direct mail plan, developing and maintaining a database, developing and maintaining a website, analyzing and storing sales statistics, managing cash flow, managing the accounting process with daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports, budgeting and forecasting, negotiating, drafting and executing contracts, managing and storing records, planning and managing growth. Real Estate Consultant June 2005 - June 2007 Keller Williams Realty, Chicago, Illinois Educator September 1998 - September 2003 Chicago Public Schools, Chicago, Illinois Planned and executed learning activities for kindergarden through Eighth grade students. Submitted lesson plans for approval according to guidelines established by Chicago Board of Education. Supervised classroom of thirty. Maintained attendance, progress notes, report cards and other important records. Planned field trips and Parent/Teacher conferences. Family Educator May 1997 - May 1998 Maryville Academy, Chicago, 60619 Prepared homeless adolescent male youth in group home for independent living. Community Service Worker July 1988 - November 1993 Chicago Area Project, Chicago, IL Planned annual programs and activities of community based organization, Managed fiscal resources, Managed personnel and volunteers, designed marketing materials, oversaw marketing and communication, marketed programs and services to community leaders, faith based and community organizations, schools, law enforcement and other organizations. Over saw board development and program participation. Researched foundation, corporate and government unrestricted and restricted grant and proposal opportunities Education Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois January 1984 - May 1988 Degree: Bachelor of Science; Major Recreation and Park Administration Workshops and Training The Art and Science of Grant Writing ABCs of Proposal Writing References References available upon request
United States
Amanda LaPlaca - Freelance Magazine Design & Graphic Design
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Education Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, NY) BFA Communication Design / Graphic Design, 2010 Minor: Art & Design History Cumulative GPA: 3.5 Skills Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe AfterEffects, Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, Microsoft Excel, Silkscreening and Printmaking, Digital Photography AWARDS/ACCOMPLISHMENTS Awarded “Student Leader of the Year” (2009) from Pratt Institute. Traveled across the USA from San Francisco, California to New York (2010), New Zealand (2010), Egypt (2008), Kenya (2007) and Europe: England, France, Austria, Germany and Switzerland (2005). Experience FitLife Media, LLC (Houma, LA) / 2011 Freelance Senior Graphic Designer • Re-branded of the FitLife Magazine and FitLife Media, LLC. so that they more closely represented their missions/goals and established a professional aesthetic. • Design the 32 page magazine, South Louisiana’s the FitLife, which included creating a functional grid system with consistent typographical hierarchy, and better photography selection to create a more clean, contemporary magazine and ultimately to increase the level of advertisers and the magazine’s budget/profits. Commonspace (New York, NY) / 2010 www.commonspace.fm Freelance & Assistant Graphic Designer • Worked on creating a brand, an identity, a typographic language, and environmental design for start up restaurant company. • Design for clients with web design needs and other in studio graphic design projects. The Museum of Modern Art, MoMA (New York, NY) / 2009 www.moma.org Internship: Graphic Designer for The MoMA Retail Creative Department • Worked on retail packaging for products, advertisements for the MoMA Design Stores, retail presentation packets, graphics for signage and retail display windows, and imaging for MoMA Retail Product photography. • Created MoMA Design Store’s Gift Registry identity and presentation system. Wallabout Film Festival (Pratt Institute) / 2009 Position: Art Director/Graphic Designer • Created festival’s identity, promotion: submissions & overall, motion graphics, posters, & creative outreach and oversaw the creative team. Dress Code (New York, NY) / 2009 www.dresscodeny.com Internship: Graphic Designer • Was responsible for the outcome and development of a 80 page artists book, company identities, and lecture series posters. • Encouraged to explore hand-done work with technical skills to create original solutions. Ubiquitous, Art & Literary Publication (Pratt Institute) / 2009 Position: Graphic Designer • Formulated and created the design of a biannual student publication with a team of designers in order to best communicate the writing and art submitted. On Design, Inc. (New York, NY) / 2008 Internship: Graphic Designer • Conceptualized, designed, and produced: actual brand packaging, company identities, and printed material for clients alongside graphic design team. • Clients included: American Museum of Natural History, Alliance for the Arts, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Cucina Antica foods, and FoodMatch, Inc. Student Activities, Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, NY) / 2009 Student Government President • Met regularly with the Director of Student Activities and Vice President of Student Affairs in order to brainstorm innovative ideas to address student needs and increase communication within the community. • Set group goals annually, then directs and oversees projects to individual members, including hosting and organizing larger campus wide events.
Metairie, Louisiana, United States
Jonathan Rector - Freelance Comic Art, Graphic Novel Art, Digital Art, & Cartooning
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Fulltime Lead Design artist for iDream Interactive. I am also a 15+year freelance Comic Book artists. Some clients and projects include MARVEL COMICS, XBOX 360 TUROK, Comixtribe's THE STANDARD, SCAM and THE RED 10, Jamie Gambell's THE HERO CODE, Arcana's KORD & HARLEY and many more independent productions and kick starters.
Windsor, Ontario, Canada