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Janee "JA12Coo" Alexander - Freelance Painting, Drawing, Logo Design, T-Shirt Design, & Photography
462
Kudos
5.0
12 Skills
$25
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Janee’ Alexander E-mail: markie_dagreat@yahoo.com Website: JA12Coo.com Objectives A highly skilled motivated business and artistic professional seeking a position in the arts. I am self directed and motivated with the ability to work independently or as a tea m member. I desire a career position that provides a challenging opportunity to significantly contribute to a company’s efficiency, organization, growth, and profitability. Education Diploma(Timken Sr. High, June 2006 Canton, Ohio) Course work includes Autodesk Inventor (3d solids modeling) Engineering Development & Design Foundations of Studio Art Art1 & 2 (Central Peidmont Community College) course work includes Illustration Design 1 Art Art history Drawing Experience Timken Sr. High School Art Exhibit (2002) Vince Cater illustration Stark County Art Exhibit for High Schools (2006) Pastel Still Life illustration Timken’s Broadcasting Final Video (2006) Director of Mardez Desmonds video remake Central Piedmont Art Exhibit (2007) 2 Charcoal still life drawing Stark County District Library Art Exhibit (2009) 3 Abstract Painting CATS Green IT bus pass design (2010) Creator and Illustrator of pass design Margo Lowery Designs & Exhibit (2011) Logo Design & Glass painting in exhibit Hip Hop Award hot 16 (2011) Director and Editor of Craig P’s hot 16 T-Shirt Design Free-lance Ja12coo (2011-2012) Ja12Coo fashions
charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Jacob Wolford - Freelance Digital Art & Graphic Design
46
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
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I do photo manipulations and digital designs. My tools are various graphics tablets, GIMP, and inspirational music. I also design buttons and graphics for websites and pages. If interested, drop me a message. Thanks!
Hardy, Arkansas, United States
Judith Chopra - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
0
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5.0
2 Skills
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Currently freelancing as Judith Chopra Consulting, You'll find samples of my work at judithchopraconsulting.ca. I have senior level skills in all areas of communications: branding, marketing, writing, editing, copywriting, and media relations. I am a former managing editor of Canadian Yachting magazine and author of Something Worth Doing, W.W. Norton, 1995--a sailing adventure story. In a long career, I have worked on subjects as ranging from tort law to child poverty and wealth management.
Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Dean DeVries - Freelance Graphic Design & Logo Design
10
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
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Throughout my professional history I have distinguished myself as a motivated and collaborative colleague, skilled in developing clean, organized and innovative design solutions. I have a well-documented history of successfully managing multiple assignments from concept to completion, on-time and in accordance with corporate culture and brand standards. I have held the position of Photo Art Director, in which I was accountable for the management and direct supervision of three photography studios and freelance photographers for Sears hardline circulars and specialty pieces. I was responsible for managing the administrative tasks of this position as well, including cost reporting and review and approval of invoices. As Senior Art Director, I directed and managed the creative design and production of assigned circulars. I was innovative in developing and implementing efficient ways to streamline production by generating layouts electronically and , thus minimizing internal creative rework. My collaborative skills proved useful in my teamwork with Project Managers to motivate and evaluate team members. This collaboration resulted in maximized growth and performance, in conjunction with the lowest error percentage rate and the highest total page count. My ability to adapt and provide excellent results within a large, complex system has been demonstrated in my 12 years of experience at True Value. I have provided leadership and innovation through my conceptualization and direct execution of high-profile advertising and marketing materials for national advertising campaigns. Once again, my work within a large, well-established brand has allowed me to collaborate effectively with a variety of professionals and agencies, resulting in a superior product. Additionally, I have executed a diverse array of freelance projects for a variety of businesses throughout my career. These projects have allowed me to utilize not only my creativity, but my ability to take initiative when provided with minimal or no direction, while integrating the preferences of the client. My extensive work history demonstrates a commitment to the highest quality of creative execution, combined with the ability to manage and conceptualize projects in a realistic, cost-effective manner. I look forward to the opportunity to discuss my potential contribution in more detail. Thank you for your time.
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Brain Candy - Freelance Copywriting & Business Writing
45
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$50
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When you partner with Brain Candy Copywriting you get more than standard cookie cutter writing. You get a spot on, attention grabbing, budget friendly product. Over 13 years of experience with a diverse background in various fields provides you with the confidence that your project will exceed your expectations, and speak to your target audience. Don't hire someone who woke up one day and decided they wanted to be a writer. Hire someone who has the experience and knowledge of what the needs are for your business.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Saima Iqbal - Freelance Poster Design & Landscape Painting
6
Kudos
2.0
2 Skills
$30
Rate/Hr
SAIMA IQBAL D/o MUHAMMAD IQBAL MALIK Ph: +92-336-5560271 sam.malik37@yahoo.com PERSONAL PARTICULARS: Date of Birth: Nov 4th, 1985 Marital Status: Single Citizenship: Pakistani N.I.C No: 61101-9049812-4 OBJECTIVES: To use my skills and potential to assist an organization in achieving its goal which seeking long term career optimum growth. This objective would be supported by my qualification. ACADEIMIC QUALIFICATIONS: Msc Mass Communication 2245/3600, December 2010 National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad B.A: Mass Communication 726/1300, Year 2006 Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad F.A: Islamic Studies, Islamic History, Arabic 642/1100, Year 2004 Federal board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, Islamabad Matriculation: Science Group 410/850, Year 2002 Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, Islamabad PROFESSIONAL SKILLS: Have full command over English and Urdu in all respect along with the operation of all usual computer systems. OTHER COURCES: • English Language Course from NICON Institute of IT & Management Sciences, Islamabad, From 1st Sep 2005 to 1st Nov 2005 Grade A • ITPB Computer Course from NICON Institute of IT & Management Sciences, Islamabad, From 1st Oct 2005 to 1st Dec 2005 Grade A • Organizing Library Resources course from Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Spring 2006 Grade C HOBBIES/ ACTIVITIES: Glass Painting, Skatches, Pestal Art, Adventure, Sports, Movies, LANGUAGES: • Urdu • English
Islamabad, Islamabad, Pakistan
Jeff Barnes - Freelance Drafting & CAD
0
Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
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History of public and private sector jobs. Decided to learn trade. Completed Revit Arch 1 and Revit Arch Adv 2. Have completed Autocad 1 and currently working on Autocad Adv 2. Looking for a company that is willing to take a chance on someone driven to learn the industry and be successful. JEFF BARNES 308 Macaw Columbia, MO 65202 Telephone: 573-673-4964 Email: superiorirrigation@msn.com SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Accomplished and integrity-driven professional offering years of business success in corporate and private sector with a strong concentration in project management, business development, distribution, and logistics Professional Strengths: Project Management CAD/Revit Customer Service Logistics Sales and Marketing Distribution Education University of Missouri Columbia, MO 1984 Bachelors of Environmental Design (Housing & Interior Design) CADD TRAIN, Xeon, Inc. Relevant Courses: CADD 1 CADD 2 Advance CADD 3D Modeling Revit Architecture 1 Revit Architecture 2 Advance Residential & Commercial Irrigation Design COMPUTER SKILLS: Programs: AutoCAD Revit Architecture Microsoft Office Products PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE MBS Textbook Exchange Columbia, Missouri November 2010 to April 2012 Warehouse receiving / Truck crew RSC Equipment Rental September 2008 to March 2010 Columbia, Missouri Branch Manager Responsible for all company operations at the branch level including overall management responsibility, profit and loss, budgeting, and staffing. Demonstrate excellent customer service by conducting daily activities, communications, and interactions in a positive and professional manner. Responsible for compliance with Federal, state, OSHA and D.O.T. regulations, and the safe maintenance of company equipment. Key Accomplishments: * Maintained and improved on Net Promoter Score for TTM 75% to 76%. * Developed cost controls in order to meet EBIT goals during hard economic times. * Worked with outside sales people to develop territory plans, rental target accounts, used equipment target accounts, and new account opportunity. * Responsible for $8 million dollars in rental fleet. Worked with 3 mechanics to to ensure proper maintenance and safety of fleet on daily basis. * Established 5S accreditation at the branch level. * Responsible for forecasting branch goals. Goals consisted of obtaining a positive EBIT, staffing requirements, cost of rental, and other operating cost. * Completed all hiring at the branch level. * Worked with inside sales personal to establish merchandise goals, point of sale items, and stock requirements. * Responsible for safety at the branch level. Conducted monthly safety meetings with employees establishing best practices to reduce accidents and injury. Jeffrey E. Smith Companies Columbia, Missouri May 2007 to March 2008 Director Capital Improvements & Maintenance Staff The purpose of Capital Improvements (CIG) is to insure Jeffrey E. Smith Company properties are kept in an “as new” condition. CIG will supplement the daily activity of the maintenance personal. CIG assist in developing a scope of work for vendor projects. Key Accomplishments: * Developed a Maintenance Policy & Procedure Manual. * Developed a scope of work for vendor projects stating specifications and desired outcome. * Worked with Region Manager’s and Accounting to ensure funding for projects. * Put in place procedures for requesting CIG assistance. * Assisted Property Manager’s in training of new Maintenance Staff. * Set up preventative maintenance schedule to prolong the life of a property. * Worked with government agencies to secure funds for property improvements. * Worked with Vice President to identify target projects by quarter. Superior Irrigation of Columbia, Inc Columbia, Missouri March 2002 to May 2007 Partner Established Superior Irrigation in March 2002. Created a vision and provided hands on leadership for the company. Established strong financial backing, implemented processes and a reporting system, developed a business plan, marketed and grew the business. Established a goal of $ 1 million in sales within five years. Key Accomplishments: * Increased from $ 136,949 first year sales to over $ 931,488 in 2006. * Increased profits from 6.5% the first year to 15.1% in 2006 * Achieved 93% of sales goal within five year plan. * Started the company with 2 employees and currently have over 18 employees. * Successfully completed 450 residential and commercial installations. * Current supplier with Superior Irrigation over four years. * Created a partnership with Rost Landscaping in 2006. Grainger Columbia, Missouri March 2001 to March 2002 Branch Manager Responsible for successful operations and overall performance at Columbia, MO branch. Concentration on operations management and business development. Accountable for profit & loss, business plan, marketing and promotions. Key Accomplishments: * Implemented new and efficient system for order processing. * Met or exceeded revenue goals 10 out of 12 months. American Red Cross Columbia, Missouri March 2000 to March 2001 Regional Sales Manager Hired as Region Sales Manager to increase business development and reengineer business processes. Responsible for working with 6 Territory Managers and 24 Sales People. Day to day activities included, sales training, territory planning, process implementation, and one-on-one training sessions. Key Accomplishments: * Implemented sales processes to increase blood drive frequency. * Worked with OSHA Department to meet operational guidelines within industry. United Parcel Service Columbia and St. Louis, Missouri May 1982 to March 2000 Operations Manager – Marketing Manager – Sales Manager – Training Manager Started with UPS as a package handler. Promoted to supervisor of operations within one year. Work as night sort supervisor for one year and UPS requested I transfer to St. Louis to help open new Earth City Hub expansion. Promoted to Operations Manager within five years. My career path at UPS allowed me to develop my strengths in reengineering business processes, defining continuous improvement processes, presiding over brainstorming sessions, building consensus, recognizing peer strengths, delegating the “right task” to the “right person”, and building teams that are very effective. Key Accomplishments: * Responsible for sort operations. Accountable for 13 supervisor’s and 220 employees. Sort consisted of unloading and loading 165,000 packages in a 3 hour span. * Certified in S.P.I.N. Selling, Major Account Selling, and Situational Sales Negotiation. * Graduate of Georgia Tech Project Management and Strategic Planning Seminar. * Implemented the Missouri District Marketing Department including hiring of candidates and break down of job descriptions. * Developed Missouri District Business Plan that included functional initiatives to drive the $ 386 million dollar goal. * Designed and put into practice the “Back to Basics” sales training in the Missouri District. * Implemented Sales Force 2000 using marketing concepts to segment the sales force and assign proper accounts. * Implemented the National Accounts program in the Missouri District. In addition, coordinated training the account executives in new computer program called LINK. * On site National Account Executive for Maritz and Citicorp accounts. * Implemented Origin Destination Center for processing international packages. * Conducted focus group meetings on employee retention, sales processes, and operation improvements. * Worked with industrial engineering to improve processes in unload to increase output per hour.
Columbia, Missouri, United States
Lamonte Turner (Gem) - Freelance Songwriting & Song Writing
0
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3.0
2 Skills
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I'm an R&B singer and songwriter, but not on a professional level but do have the potential. Unfortunately I don't have anything recorded but it's all in my mind bass lines, melodies and drum patterns. I just want the opportunity 2 display my unpolished talent, I'm a diamond in the rough, waiting 4 my time 2 finally shine.
Hauppauge, New York, United States
Michele Jacklin - Freelance Editing, Journalistic Writing, Article Writing, Press Release Writing, & Proofreading
2
Kudos
4.4
8 Skills
$25
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QUALIFICATIONS I’ve long been considered one of Connecticut’s most respected communications specialists, writers and public policy analysts, having honed my reportorial, writing and editing skills during a distinguished career in Connecticut journalism. I worked principally at The Hartford Courant, the state’s largest newspaper, where I primarily wrote about state and national government, politics and public policy. I developed a reputation as a “must read” for leaders in the political, nonprofit, education and business communities. I am also an articulate speaker and have appeared before numerous civic, education, community and business groups. I have been a featured guest on radio and TV. I have been an instructor at the Women’s Campaign School at Yale University and a guest lecturer at colleges. EMPLOYMENT 4/07-Present – Principal, Michele Jacklin Communications LLC, Glastonbury, CT. • Among my clients have been Common Cause of Connecticut; Trinity College; The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM); Ronus Properties of Atlanta, Ga. (developers of Blue Back Square in West Hartford); Connecticut Voices for Children; 1000 Friends of Connecticut; and many elected officials. • Wrote and edited CCM’s bimonthly magazine, which is distributed to 7,200 municipal leaders. 9/07-6/14 - Director of Media Relations, Trinity College, Hartford, CT. • Wrote, edited and proofread media advisories, press releases, opinion pieces, feature stories, profiles and other materials for distribution to the news media, posting to the college’s website and publication in the College’s alumni magazine. • Collaborated with administrators, faculty and staff members to produce articles, opinion pieces and stories for publication in the mainstream media and in academic journals. • Used public relations tools such as PR Newswire, Meltwater and Cision to build media contact lists, distributed press releases, compiled media highlights and engaged faculty and staff in responding to media inquiries. • Served as spokeswoman for the College. • Performed crisis communications to minimize fallout from potentially damaging situations. • Planned media events such as press conferences and symposia. • Worked with the college’s director of community relations to ensure that Trinity was perceived as a good neighbor and Hartford asset. • Pitched story ideas to the news media, locally, regionally and nationally. • Wrote talking points for top-ranking College officials, and coached them for events such as editorial board interviews and news broadcasts. 6/06-8/06 – Consultant, Connecticut Voices for Children, New Haven, CT. • Wrote, edited and helped redesign a series of public policy briefing papers for state candidates in the 2006 election. 1/98-12/05 – Political Columnist and Editorial Writer, The Hartford Courant. • Wrote persuasive bi-weekly columns about city, state and national politics; state government; and the John Rowland and Jodi Rell administrations. • Analyzed the budgetary and public policy issues facing Connecticut and its cities and towns. • Summarized complex issues in easily understandable language, while never missing a deadline. • Covered scores of General Assembly sessions, state nominating conventions, congressional and legislative races and the 2000 and 2004 national party conventions. • Interviewed hundreds of political leaders, from the president of the United States to rank-and-file members of the legislature, as well as lobbyists, nonprofit officials and business executives. 1/95-12/97 – Editorial Writer, The Hartford Courant. • Participated in editorial board deliberations and interviews, debating the important issues facing Connecticut, the nation and the world. • Engaged in consensus building. • Wrote editorials reflecting the institutional viewpoint of The Courant. Areas of specialty were government, politics, education, the criminal justice system, jobs and the economy. 1/86-12/95 – Chief Political Reporter, The Hartford Courant. • Chronicled the political and legislative history of Connecticut as it unfolded. • Covered the state’s political scene, including the governor’s office, the state’s political parties, the General Assembly, lobbying and campaign finance activities. • Wrote news stories, analyses, profiles and feature stories for the daily and Sunday papers. • Led the coverage of the 1986, 1990 and 1994 gubernatorial campaigns and the 1988 and 1992 U.S. Senate campaigns, and was involved in the coverage of the 1988 and 1992 presidential races. AWARDS • Allan B. Rogers Editorial Award – New England Newspaper Association. • First place, editorial writing – The Society of Professional Journalists. • First place, investigative news writing – The Society of Professional Journalists. • First place, political reporting – Lincoln University, Missouri. • Media Excellence Award – the National Foundation for Women Legislators. • Media Award – Connecticut Voices for Children. • Media Award – Planned Parenthood of Connecticut. • President’s Award – The Public Health Association of Connecticut. • Feminist Leadership Award – The Connecticut Chapter of the National Organization for Women. • Media Award – The Connecticut Psychological Association. MEMBERSHIPS • Common Cause of Connecticut, Board of Directors, 2007-2009, 2011- • Connecticut Foundation for Open Government, Executive Committee, 2007- • Connecticut Commission on Freedom of Information, 2014- • Connecticut Medical Examining Board, 2014- • 1000 Friends of Connecticut, 2004-2007, 2014- • Glastonbury Town Council, 2009-2011 EDUCATION M.A., Communications California State University, Northridge B.A., International Studies American University, Washington, D.C. QUALIFICATIONS I’ve long been considered one of Connecticut’s most respected communications specialists, writers and public policy analysts, having honed my reportorial, writing and editing skills during a distinguished career in Connecticut journalism. I worked principally at The Hartford Courant, the state’s largest newspaper, where I primarily wrote about state and national government, politics and public policy. I developed a reputation as a “must read” for leaders in the political, nonprofit, education and business communities. I am also an articulate speaker and have appeared before numerous civic, education, community and business groups. I have been a featured guest on radio and TV. I have been an instructor at the Women’s Campaign School at Yale University and a guest lecturer at colleges. EMPLOYMENT 4/07-Present – Principal, Michele Jacklin Communications LLC, Glastonbury, CT. • Among my clients have been Common Cause of Connecticut; Trinity College; The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM); Ronus Properties of Atlanta, Ga. (developers of Blue Back Square in West Hartford); Connecticut Voices for Children; 1000 Friends of Connecticut; and many elected officials. • Wrote and edited CCM’s bimonthly magazine, which is distributed to 7,200 municipal leaders. 9/07-6/14 - Director of Media Relations, Trinity College, Hartford, CT. • Wrote, edited and proofread media advisories, press releases, opinion pieces, feature stories, profiles and other materials for distribution to the news media, posting to the college’s website and publication in the College’s alumni magazine. • Collaborated with administrators, faculty and staff members to produce articles, opinion pieces and stories for publication in the mainstream media and in academic journals. • Used public relations tools such as PR Newswire, Meltwater and Cision to build media contact lists, distributed press releases, compiled media highlights and engaged faculty and staff in responding to media inquiries. • Served as spokeswoman for the College. • Performed crisis communications to minimize fallout from potentially damaging situations. • Planned media events such as press conferences and symposia. • Worked with the college’s director of community relations to ensure that Trinity was perceived as a good neighbor and Hartford asset. • Pitched story ideas to the news media, locally, regionally and nationally. • Wrote talking points for top-ranking College officials, and coached them for events such as editorial board interviews and news broadcasts. 6/06-8/06 – Consultant, Connecticut Voices for Children, New Haven, CT. • Wrote, edited and helped redesign a series of public policy briefing papers for state candidates in the 2006 election. 1/98-12/05 – Political Columnist and Editorial Writer, The Hartford Courant. • Wrote persuasive bi-weekly columns about city, state and national politics; state government; and the John Rowland and Jodi Rell administrations. • Analyzed the budgetary and public policy issues facing Connecticut and its cities and towns. • Summarized complex issues in easily understandable language, while never missing a deadline. • Covered scores of General Assembly sessions, state nominating conventions, congressional and legislative races and the 2000 and 2004 national party conventions. • Interviewed hundreds of political leaders, from the president of the United States to rank-and-file members of the legislature, as well as lobbyists, nonprofit officials and business executives. 1/95-12/97 – Editorial Writer, The Hartford Courant. • Participated in editorial board deliberations and interviews, debating the important issues facing Connecticut, the nation and the world. • Engaged in consensus building. • Wrote editorials reflecting the institutional viewpoint of The Courant. Areas of specialty were government, politics, education, the criminal justice system, jobs and the economy. 1/86-12/95 – Chief Political Reporter, The Hartford Courant. • Chronicled the political and legislative history of Connecticut as it unfolded. • Covered the state’s political scene, including the governor’s office, the state’s political parties, the General Assembly, lobbying and campaign finance activities. • Wrote news stories, analyses, profiles and feature stories for the daily and Sunday papers. • Led the coverage of the 1986, 1990 and 1994 gubernatorial campaigns and the 1988 and 1992 U.S. Senate campaigns, and was involved in the coverage of the 1988 and 1992 presidential races. AWARDS • Allan B. Rogers Editorial Award – New England Newspaper Association. • First place, editorial writing – The Society of Professional Journalists. • First place, investigative news writing – The Society of Professional Journalists. • First place, political reporting – Lincoln University, Missouri. • Media Excellence Award – the National Foundation for Women Legislators. • Media Award – Connecticut Voices for Children. • Media Award – Planned Parenthood of Connecticut. • President’s Award – The Public Health Association of Connecticut. • Feminist Leadership Award – The Connecticut Chapter of the National Organization for Women. • Media Award – The Connecticut Psychological Association. MEMBERSHIPS • Common Cause of Connecticut, Board of Directors, 2007-2009, 2011- • Connecticut Foundation for Open Government, Executive Committee, 2007- • Connecticut Commission on Freedom of Information, 2014- • Connecticut Medical Examining Board, 2014- • 1000 Friends of Connecticut, 2004-2007, 2014- • Glastonbury Town Council, 2009-2011 EDUCATION M.A., Communications California State University, Northridge B.A., International Studies American University, Washington, D.C.
Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Nathalie (Ross) Norris - Freelance Writing & Blog Writing
1
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
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I am pursuing further employment writing as I am currently working as a freelance writer. My current work includes online as well as published articles in legal and hobby fields, as well as internet research, keyword density, and search engine optimization. I am mature, self-motivated, experienced, detail-oriented, and realize that pay is earned rather than an entitlement. Hours and salary are flexible given volume.
Houston, Texas, United States