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Diane Russ - Freelance Secretarial & Admin Support
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$25
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SKILLS Typing 90 wpm, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook; DeltaView, Dictaphone transcription, Word XP (iManage); Worlddox, ARC software (switchboard) Carpe Diem, Timeslips; Javelen, E-Filing, TOA, TOC, Styles, Audio Transcription (You Send It and/or ExpressScribe) EXPERIENCE 02/12 – Present VENABLE LLP (General Practice) Legal Administrative Assistant/Floater Responsibilities include extensive document revisions to Complaints, Agreements, creating and/or revising TOC’s and TOA’s to Briefs using Microsoft Word 2010; compare documents using Workshare, assist Intellectual Property department with various projects, enter attorney time using Carpe Diem, Dictaphone transcription, prepare expense reimbursements for attorneys, travel arrangements, relief receptionist (using ARC software); assist in all areas of law such as bankruptcy, litigation, real estate, intellectual property and corporate. 04/11 – 02/12 BRAVERMAN & ASSOCIATES, P.C. (Real Estate) Legal Assistant – Provide secretarial support to Senior Partner and an Associate. Responsibilities included heavy transcription using Dictaphone as well as ExpressScribe, extensive revisions to documents with regard to personal injury and workers’ compensation such as Summons and Complaints, Agreements, Motions, Briefs, Discovery documents, prepared documents for filing with Workers’ Compensation Board, assisted in Commercial closings on million dollar properties, responsible for filing and entering attorney’s time using Timeslips. 02/10 – 04/11 CARY KANE, LLP (Employment and Labor Law) Legal Assistant - Provide secretarial support to the Managing Partner and a Senior Associate. Responsibilities included heavy calendar maintenance, extensive revisions to agreements, complaints and discovery documents using Windows 7; E-filed petitions, notices, motions and other legal documents in state and federal district courts; familiar and comfortable using TOA, TOC and Styles; scanned documents as PDF’s to be forwarded to attorney and/or clients via email; prepared attorney expense reports; entered attorney time using Timeslips (billing program); created and organized new files as needed for scheduled hearings for union members; extensive phone contact with Union leaders and individuals within the union on a daily basis. 02/09 – 02/10 Various temporary projects / assignments 09/08 – 02/12 CAHILL GORDON & REINDELL, LLP Word Processor – (Part-time weekends) Responsibilities included, extensive revisions to SEC documents, Agreements, discovery documents, correspondence and tables using Microsoft Word 2010, created TOAs, TOCs and worked with Styles, scanned documents as PDF’s, entered time using Javelen, comfortable using Outlook, Deltaview, responsible for printing and organizing large documents to be delivered to attorneys as requested. 02/05 – 02/09 HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP NYC (General Practice / Maritime Law) Senior Legal Secretary - Provided secretarial support to one Partner as well as two litigating Associates. Responsibilities included preparing correspondence and making attorney revisions to pleadings, discovery demands/responses and agreements; screening of all telephone calls, entered attorney time using Carpe Diem as well as attorney edits to pre-bill narratives; arrange travel and prepared attorney expense reports; Dictaphone transcription; maintained attorney calendar(s); prepared new client memos using WorkFlow. 09/96 – 02/05 WILLKIE FARR & GALLAGHER, NYC (General Practice) Legal Secretary - Provided secretarial support to two Associate Litigators, One Corporate Associate and one Bankruptcy Associate. Responsibilities included preparation of correspondence as well as made attorney revisions to pleadings, motion papers, agreements; format documents using firm paragraph/heading styles; created TOAs and TOCs for briefs, screened all telephone calls, handled inquiries and referred callers to appropriate parties; prepared monthly and quarterly client bills; Dictaphone transcription; heavy contact with clients and in-house professional staff on a daily basis. EDUCATION North Dallas High School (Dallas, TX – '81) Executive Secretarial School (Dallas, TX – '83)
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Lori Erbs - Freelance T-Shirt Design & Website Design
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Lori Erbs ______________________________________________________________________ PO Box 50 Phone/Fax: 360-595-0481 Acme, WA 98220 http://www.linkedin.com/pub/lori-erbs/11/411/519 e-mail: lorieji@cs.com http://www.unlimited-resources.com ___________________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION M.A. - Library & Information Studies University of Wisconsin-Madison 1989 B.A. - English major/Art minor Northern Michigan University-Marquette 1982 EXPERIENCE Unlimited Resources 1993 - Present Acme, WA Self-employed Resource Consultant. Provide research, writing, marketing, sales, publicity, graphics, editing, agent-liaison, webmaster, webdesign, webconsulting, grantwriting, transcription, library, and consulting services for authors, publishers, lawyers and other diverse clients. US Census Bureau April – June 2010 Everett, WA Full-time Enumerator. Conducted in-home and telephone interviews in Eastern half of Whatcom County to obtain information for 2010 Census. Maintained confidentiality and precise documentation of interviews. General Services Administration (GSA) April 2007 - January 2010 Auburn, WA Full-time Contract File Librarian. Established bibliographic, security and circulation controls for 1500+ lease and assignment files at the GSA Real Estate Acquisition Division (READ) Library, serving GSA employees and properties in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Maintained physical and conceptual integrity of files, implementing elements of preservation and cataloging. Maintained Records Management, removing terminated files for storage at Federal Records Center, coordinating with National Archives & Records Administration (NARA) disposition schedules and authorities. Created posters illustrating strategic plans, Green initiatives, etc. Updated Realty Services Handbook with new policies, administrative letters, Executive Orders, forms, sustainable best practices such as LEED standards, etc. Preserved, organized and cataloged the Historic Preservation Archives, a collection of 10,000+ photographs, drawings, legal records and documents for Federal Buildings and properties in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington; donated historic Pacific Northwest Archives to NARA. Created strategic Information Management Plan for Region 10. Whatcom Community College Library 1995 - 1997 Bellingham,WA Part-time Faculty Reference Librarian. Provided reference/bibliographic instruction services to students, faculty and community; computer support liaison for electronic reference tools; supervised volunteers, interns, and students; participated in planning/communication with library staff/college faculty; implemented legal databases such as Westlaw and West CD-ROM along with resource assessment for accreditation of Paralegal curriculum. Assisted in planning and development of integrated online library system and library move. USDA - Forest Service 1984 - 1993 US National Forests · Four years professional experience as GS 9/11 Library Director at Forestry Sciences Research Library. Managed all aspects of unique environmental collection, specializing in original and secondary research and reference for Alaskan Forest Service employees, including numerous PhD’s. Relocated, reorganized, and revitalized library; supervised staff of seven, including volunteers. Responsible for collection development and original cataloging of materials onto WLN. Managed numerous and extensive Interlibrary loans. · Six years field experience including tree planting, silvicultural exams, fire tower lookout duty, firefighting, and habitat improvement. Lori Erbs 2 TECHNICAL SKILLS · Internet and Database searching (Google, DIALOG, Westlaw, OCLC, etc.) · Computer troubleshooting and command of varied office applications software – Windows MS Office: Word, Excel, etc. · HTML Language/Web Authoring tools (Dreamweaver) and multimedia applications (Real software, Adobe Photoshop, Streaming) · Technical writing: Ad copy, Abstracts, Articles, Press Releases, Indexing, Grant Writing · Copy and original cataloging of standard, archival and special collections using MARC · AV Teaching Tools – LCD projectors, digital and video cameras · Evaluation and implementation of library software · Type 60+ wpm PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS American Library Association 1995-present Association of College & Research Libraries 1995-present Intellectual Freedom Roundtable 1995-present Special Libraries Association 1990-1993, 1997-2010 Juneau Special Libraries Consortium co-founder 1991-1993 GRANTS 1991-1992 From: State of Alaska To: FS INFO ALASKA ($7,000.00) 1991-1992 From: State of Alaska To: Juneau Special Libraries Consortium ($22,000.00) References Available Upon Request
United States
Kris Westerson - Freelance Biography Writing & Grant Writing
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4.5
2 Skills
$50
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• PROFESSIONAL SKILLS FUNDRAISING/DEVELOPMENT LEADERSHIP MARKETING/COMMUNICATION WRITING/EDITING PLANNING/STRATEGY FACILITATION • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE The Children’s Shelter, San Antonio, Texas Director of Grants and Research, June 2009-December 2012 Responsible for identifying and responding to funding opportunities (state, federal, local government and private/corporate foundations) for a $10M agency and its affiliate, Girls Incorporated of San Antonio. Supervise full-time Grant Writer. Work with program Vice Presidents, accounting, development and other support departments to identify needs and then develop strong case for each request. Manage grant projects from inception to submission. Responsible for the submission of over 100 proposals a year and receiving between $750,000 and $1M a year in funding and $2M a year inclusive of renewals. Oversee comprehensive grant calendar, which includes stewardship and relationship building with foundation staff. Chair quarterly grant meetings and ensure grant funds are expended as proposal states. Work with researchers from regional university to create and evaluate ongoing and new programs. Establish and oversee Oral History program finding client and employee stories to share with donors. As primary writer for agency, edit and write twelve to sixteen page newsletters; materials for donor stewardship visits, annual fund appeals and speeches for board members. Member of Strategic Initiative Programs and Services Element Group, working to create a Trauma informed Care Initiative. Prepared on agency-wide fundraising strategy, analyzing, rewriting and expanding the agency Marketing Plan and other special projects including a summer program for the Residential Treatment Center, which helped lead to a minimal restraint rate for Summer 2011. Grant Writer, July 2007 – June 2009 Managed grant process to include seeking, writing and submitting foundation, state and federal grant proposals for a multi-program non-profit agency. Successfully secured $1.4M in FY2006-07 which included two new programs funded by the State of Texas. Track status of grants expenditures working closely with Accounting, four Vice Presidents and Pres/CEO. Write and submit evaluations of funded projects to donors using outcomes and success stories. Maintain all grant files and funder communications in Raiser’s Edge fundraising software and paper files. Selected by senior staff as Employee of the Month in December 2007 and July 2008. Additional duties included briefing County legislators at the biennial Legislative Lunch, Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas Director of Sponsored Projects, January 2007 – July 2007 Responsible for writing and submitting grants and proposals to fulfill an annual budget of $1.5M. Developed relationships, in concert with other Senior Management staff, with corporations, foundations and individuals to support the Museum’s program and operating needs. With Pres/CEO, Museum Director, Director of Public Programs and Curators determined budget needs, exhibition statements and possible contributors for exhibitions and programs. Developed relationships with other fundraising professionals and institutions, pursuing collaborative and cooperative partnerships for the Museum. Began working with the Museum in September 2007 on contract. Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, California Collections and Digital Assets Manager, March 2006 – Sept 2006 Responsible for the preservation and management of the permanent collection for regional art museum with collection of 50,000 items. Maintained comprehensive records (computer database, accession file and digital image) for each item, including location and condition. Assessed storage area conditions and worked to maintain proper environments. Member of exhibition installation team for traveling and permanent collection exhibitions. Coordinated access to collection storage for volunteers, researchers and other museum staff. Supervised volunteer archivist and collection volunteers working on inventory of collection. Worked closely with Registrar assigning accession numbers and receiving of new works into collection. Retained by museum on contract to research and write institution disaster plan from September 2006 – February 2007. Project completed as specified in contract and resulted in museum being reaccredited by the American Association of Museums. National Western Art Foundation, San Antonio, Texas Director, Planning and Special Projects, Nov 2003 – August 2005. Co-responsibility, with Executive Director, for development and creation of new Western Art/Regional History Museum. Produced “The Night of Artists” art sale and gala in 2004 and 2005. Improved selection of artists, display presentation and collateral material, which resulted in increased sales. Wrote and oversaw the design and development of fundraising materials, show catalog and acknowledgement letters. Recruited, trained and supervised volunteers and managed multiple relationships with artists, graphic designers, special events staff board attendees and art buyers. Increased net profit by 12% in 2004 and 30% in 2005. The Foundation was an outgrowth of The Museum of Western Art in Kerrville, Texas. Assistant Museum Director, September 2002 – October 2003. Responsible for internal operations for local museum (The Museum of Western Art, formerly the Cowboy Artists of America Museum) including youth and adult education programs, docent training, exhibit development, exhibition display, art and library collections, museum facility and the Western Art Academy, a three-week intensive art camp for high school students. Wrote five-year business plan. Organized Home on the Range exhibition whose thesis examined how the range was settled at the end of the 19th century. An adjacent gallery featured aerial photographs of the contemporary landscape to create a contrast with traditional paintings in the main gallery. Managed $2.3 million budget, individual project budgets, cash flow projections and critical management reports. Tightened control on expenses, which resulted in a 30% decrease in yearly budget. U.S.Art Company, Inc., Boston, MA Regional Manager, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas January 2001 – July 2002. Established a new regional office in Irving, Texas for the largest fine art services company in the country. Led twelve employees from previous operation to this competing company to establish new warehouse. Located 18,000 sq ft warehouse space, fitting it with appropriate equipment and materials to provide climate and non-climate art storage, crate-making shop, local and national art transportation and fine art handling sales and service. Secured a large base account (museum relocation and storage) that established office. Completed seven sales/marketing trips (five in Texas), which resulted in more than $75,000 in booked sales. First year bookings in office exceeded company expectations. FAE Worldwide, Boston, MA General Manager, Fort Worth, Texas. April 2000 - January 2001. Reorganized and managed a fine art services district office in Fort Worth, Texas with twelve employees and departments of local services, art storage, crating, transportation and sales. Coordinated district-wide marketing and sales plan to develop and improve client relations. Improved relationships increased booking volume by five percent. Client Services Representative. January 2000 – April 2000. Booked jobs for national and local clients. Effectively communicated with operations staff to ensure proper completion of jobs. Established client relationships and provided customer service that resulted in repeat business. • CONSULTING EXPERIENCE [Simultaneous to employment] Eva’s Heroes, May 2013– present Contract grant writer for nonprofit providing services to youth and young adults with intellectual disabilities in San Antonio and Bexar County, Texas. Create grant calendar providing background information on potential funders. Implement calendar matching needs of organization to potential granting entities. Effective ongoing communication with Executive Director. American Women Artists, Santa Fe, New Mexico, May 2004 – December 2009 As Consulting Executive Director, worked closely with five-member Executive Board of a national non-profit membership organization to encourage, celebrate and inspire women in the visual arts. Developed agenda for and facilitated monthly conference calls for the board and lead yearly planning meeting with board and other Master Signature and Signature Members (up to 40 women). In partnership with the Board President, located venues for annual juried competition and members show, then planned and coordinated all aspects of the shows, including fundraising efforts through grants and sponsorships. Wrote newsletters, solicitation materials, and press releases; tracked membership database; organized educational programs; planned and executed all membership exhibitions; managed website content; supervised website subcontractor and graphic designer for ads, invitations and other collateral materials;, maintained yearly files. Aqua Caliente Cultural Museum, Palm Springs, California, June 2007-October 2008 Researched and wrote institution-wide disaster plan for museum with Native American collection and three locations. Project completed as specified in contract. Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, Jan – May 2000 Exhibition Coordinator for exhibitions in development for new museum space. Developed action plans, time lines, budgets and contacts for Santiago Calatrava:Structures in Movement, the first temporary exhibition in the new museum building. University of North Texas College of Museum, Denton, Texas, Nov 1998 – May 2000 Designed three temporary exhibitions for the College of Music. Anthropology of a Building. Designed exhibition furniture and collateral material, interviewed all people involved in building a new performance hall, and conducted research on music and building specifications. Refined and organized research into a five-part exhibit celebrating the opening of the Murchison Performing Arts Center. Exhibit contained seventy-five text labels, fifteen archival photographs, construction materials and a take-away collateral piece. Installed and deinstalled exhibition. Project completed on time and within budget. College of Music. Designed threefold tabletop display to be used by professors for recruiting students to the College. Interviewed students and faculty, edited photographic images, provided original photographs and designed three different layout options for text and images. Project completed on time and within budget. Visual Curriculum Vitae. Designed exhibition that featured four different faculty members from the College of Museum. Interviewed and photographed each faculty member. Selected personal objects from each, photographs, text, publications and ephemera to report each professor’s professional story using visual elements. Completed ten text labels for each professor and installation of objects and labels. Project completed on time and within budget. Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, Texas, June 1998. Researched locations of over 100 exhibition venues in the state of Texas for non-profit art center who in turn offered the information to member artists taking a “The Business of Art” seminar. Information was summarized for a future publication. Heard Museum, McKinney Texas, October 1997 – February 1998. Co-curator for three-part exhibit, Building McKinney, created to celebrate town’s sesquicentennial and to recognize the natural environment, cultural responses and creative solutions involved in building a city. Conceived idea for overall exhibit, selected objects from lenders (private, corporate and museums), completed loan agreements, designed exhibit, wrote label text and promoted exhibit with co-curator. Exhibit was installed for seven months at the Heard Museum in McKinney, Texas. • SUMMARY PRIOR WORK EXPERIENCE Assistant Curator, Master Teacher Internship, Curatorial Apprentice, Curatorial Assistant, Assistant to Registrar, 1997- 2000 Program Coordination, Teaching Assistant, Administrative Secretary, University of North Texas, 199-1997 Graphic design and freelance calligrapher, 1990-1992. Marketing Director, 1986-1990 Retail Management and Sales, 1978-1987. • OTHER Visual Artist Hand paper maker creating individual pulp paintings and artist books. Also work with letterpress, calligraphy and photography. Juried into regional Texas art shows. Awarded Best of Paper and Book Category at the All-School Show, Southwest School of Art, August 2012. Poet Poem, “Carvolution” published in the San Antonio Express News, December 23, 2012. Community Involvement San Antonio Nonprofit Council Planning Committee for Issue in Profile Luncheon on Child Abuse and Neglect Community Theater, member of fundraising musical performance group North Texas Tree Coalition Volunteer for MWR programs Docent, Amon Carter Museum, Forth Worth, Texas • EDUCATION University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. B.A. Anthropology, May 1997 22 hours graduate coursework in Anthropology, Museum Education and Art History. North Dakota State University. Fargo, North Dakota. September 1978-March 1979. Concordia College. Moorhead, Minnesota. August 1976-May 1978. • MEMBERSHIPS Association of Fundraising Professionals, Jan 2007 - present • PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS March 2005 Presenting Chair. Session entitled “Models for Board Accountability” Texas Association of Museums, State Conference, Dallas, Texas. February –March 2003 Presenter. “Museum Seminar for Docents” four-part seminar to accompany Home on the Range exhibit at Cowboy Artists of America Museum, Kerrville, Texas. May 2001 Panelist. “Museum Collection Moves,” American Association of Museum Conference, Pre-conference session. St. Louis, Missouri. Slide Lecture. “Overview of Photography,” Continuing Education class, Tarrant County Junior College Northeast, Fort Worth, Texas. September 1999 Slide Lecture. “The Anthropology of a Building,” American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Program, Dallas, Texas. Publication. “Very Few Things Can Replace a Friendship” in Artifact , The Newsletter for Alumni and Friends of The School of Visual Arts, UNT, 1998-1999 edition, pgs 16-17. November 1997 Guest Lecturer.“Art and Anthropology” in Anthropology 1010. University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. February 1997 Guest Lecturer. “The Art Museum as a Ritual Space,” to Anthropology Association at the University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. November 1996 Guest Lecturer. “Culture Change,” in Anthropology 1010, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. “Art and Anthropology,” in Anthropology 1010, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. August and September 1996 Gallery Talk. “Making Connections in the Prehistoric Southwest” at the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas.
Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Dalia Ghazal - Freelance Arabic Translation & Content Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
$10
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Objective To obtain a job in which I can use the skills I have learned in my four years at Temple University. I am qualified for the following positions: o Teaching. o Research. o Professional writing, such as those required for businesses. o Customer Service. o Freelance writing. o Writing for the media world. Experience Sodexo at Temple University 2011-2012 • Learned how to operate large kitchen machinery. • Provided excellent table service. • Learned proper food hygiene and methods of food preparation. The Temple News 2010-2011 • Experience with managing money. • Experience with organizing and conducting a staff meeting. • Experience with designing advertisements. Private English Tutoring in Aleppo, Syria 2007-2009 • Created syllabus and curriculum to fit different student needs. • Monitored progress through progress reports. • Changed lesson plans according to student needs. • Presented parents with report card upon class completion. Education ICARDA International School of Aleppo 1998-2009 • Student of the Year Award: 2007,2008,2009. • Citizenship Award: 2007,2008,2009. • Honor Roll: 2008,2009. Temple University, B.A. in English August, 2009- May, 2013 • GPA: 3.50 within the Major • Dean's List with a GPA of 3.77, Fall 2012 Skills • Ability to use both Microsoft computer and Macintosh computers. • Can speak and write in Arabic, French and Spanish • Knowledgeable in Photography and Adobe Lightroom for photo editing. • Strong writing and editing skills. • Strong research skills. • Ability to work alone or in a group setting.
Orlando, Florida, United States
Eric Minton - Freelance Proofreading & Editing
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4.0
2 Skills
$40
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ERIC MINTON 21-21 30th Road, Astoria, NY 11102 (917) 849-9928 • eric.minton@icloud.com SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Reliable, detail-oriented writer and copy editor with a decade of professional experience. RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL SKILLS • Proofreading, copy editing, educational writing, technical writing, social media writing. • Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop, HTML, CSS, WordPress, HootSuite. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY POWERKIDS PRESS, New York, NY 2013-present Freelance Writer • Write educational children’s books aimed at fourth graders. ONYX PATH PUBLISHING, Macungie, PA 2008-present Freelance Game Developer • Write, copy edit and proofread chapters of setting material for fantasy role-playing games. • Revise material from earlier editions of the game to fit the voice and flavor of a new edition. • Research a wide range of historical and mythological source material. • Supervise fellow authors, editing their work and ensuring they meet deadlines. SMART + STRONG, New York, NY 2007-2012 Assistant Online Editor • Wrote and edited online and print articles and summaries for company publications. • Worked with editors, artists, marketers and technical staff to deploy articles and websites. MONGOOSE PUBLISHING, Swindon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom 2004-2007 Freelance Game Developer (2004-2007) Third Party Product Line Editor (2007) • Wrote chapters of over a dozen published game supplements. • Proofread and copy edited five published game supplements. EDUCATION THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, College of Staten Island Bachelor of Arts – English, 1996
New York, New York, United States
Kelly Ogbuzuo - Freelance Article Writing & Content Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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Hi, I am a Grad student, studying Criminal Justice. I love writing and I am very original. I meet deadlines and I am never late on assignments. I look forward to working for/with you. Thanks! Kelly
United States
Colin Carpi - Freelance Programming & Database
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Decades of experience with Microsoft tools and technologies developing desktop and web applications. That includes C#, VB.NET, C++, Visual Studio, the .NET Framework, Windows Forms, WPF, Silverlight, XAML, WCF, WCF-RIA, ADO.NET, Entity Framework, LINQ, MS SQL Server and MS Access (including Transact-SQL and Access SQL), ASP.NET, Classic ASP, Web Forms, MVC, IIS, HTML, XML, JavaScript, jQuery, CSS, XSLT, XPath, AJAX, VBA and programmatic manipulation of the Microsoft Office Suite of applications (including Excel). WORK HISTORY AND EXPERIENCE: Apr. 2011 – Present Startup effort (currently without a name) Work included development of an application that consists of .aspx web pages with embedded Silverlight applications. Generally the purpose of the application is to allow a user to click on a map location and retrieve information related to the chosen location. Microsoft Bing map services and map controls are used to implement the map functionality. The Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) architectural design pattern is used to develop the UI and presentation logic layers of the application along with Prism, Microsoft's composite application design guidelines and the Prism libraries which support the MVVM pattern. Windows Communication Foundation Rich Internet Application (WCF-RIA) services were used for communication with the back-end servers. The database used was SQL Server Express. Entity Framework was used to read and write data from the database. Visual Studio was the integrated development environment and the development language for the Silverlight applications was C# along with extensible application markup language (XAML) for interface development. MSTest, nUnit and MOQ were used for unit and integration testing. Oct. 2010 – May 2011 Hotwire Communication Work for Hotwire Communication, a company that provides television (cable), phone and internet services to multi-family dwellings, was the development of a multi-tiered client-server internet application that delivered television, phone, internet and other services to hospital patients via a touch screen computer located at their bedside. As application architect I was responsible for the technical design of the application and selection of the tools and technologies used to implement the application. The desktop client was developed using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) and Expression Blend were used to develop the user interface (UI). The Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) architectural design pattern (which makes use of features unique to WPF) was used to define how the UI and presentation logic layers were coded in order to promote loose coupling between those layers. Prism, Microsoft's composite application design guidelines were used to develop the application. That included the use of the Unity Container for dependency injection, the event aggregation pattern for communication between the composited modules, support for the MVVM pattern, and navigation functionality. Communication between the client and back-end server was implemented with web services developed using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). The web service endpoint on the back end server was implemented as a self-hosting application (for development), a Windows service and and an HTTP based service (for production). Entity Framework (EF), Microsoft's Object Relational Mapping technology, was used to read and write object graphs from the back-end database that were transmitted between the server and the client to support the data-driven aspects of the client application. The back-end database was SQL server 2008. I also served as lead and senior programmer and worked on all tiers of the application and was involved with all aspects of the software development life-cycle. I was also responsible for some project management tasks including compiling the list of tasks to be completed, assigning those tasks to programmers and estimating the time and resources needed to complete those tasks. The language used to code the application was C#, the integrated development environment used was Visual Studio 2010 and Subversion was used for version control. Windows media center was integrated into the application to provide video services and multiple 3rd party libraries were used to implement phone services. The application was localized and globalized to support multiple languages. An additional application was also developed to implement administrative services, communication between patient and nurse and the distribution of administrative and health related documents and information to patients. Oct. 2009 – Apr. 2010 FreedomPay As senior programmer work for FreedomPay, a company that delivers comprehensive payment management solutions, included the development of a reporting service based on Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) for the application that customers used to manage their credit card and debit card transactions. The service generated reports based on user selected parameters and managed the process of subscribing to reports as well as the delivery of those reports via e-mail and FTP in a variety of formats. The service was implemented using C#, ASP.NET, AJAX (Asynchronos Javascript and XML), HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), DHTML (Dynamic HTML), CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), Javascript and Transact-SQL. The development tools used were Visual Studio 2008 and Microsoft SQL Server 2008 including SQL Server Management Studio and SQL Server Configuration Manager. The reports were designed and developed using SSRS and Visual Studio 2005. Other work included modification of the application that hosted the reporting service using Microsoft theming and skinning technologies and Microsoft localization and globalization techniques to produce customer specific versions of the application accommodating different cultures and languages. The application was also modified to execute on multiple browsers and multiple versions of each browser principally through the use of browser specific and theme specific master pages, CSS and Javascript. Other work included development of custom controls base on Microsoft .NET and AJAX technologies and building on Telerik RAD controls. Apr. 2007 – Aug. 2008 MC Trading Group Work for MC Trading Group, a financial company whose income is derived from trading in the stock market, included the development of programs to execute trading strategies and a variety of supporting applications that performed data gathering, storage and analysis tasks. I was the sole developer and was therefore responsible for all aspects of the project. Code was written in C# using Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2005 and 2008 and was written to Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5. The trading strategies were implemented as DLLs (dynamic-link libraries) that were incorporated into a 3rd party trading platform (Bullseye Professional). The strategy DLLs and supporting applications were developed with the following technologies and techniques: Microsoft Access database 2007, Microsoft SQL Server 2005, SQL (Structured Query Language, including Transact-SQL), Microsoft Excel 2007, WinForms, databinding, web page “scraping” applications, MSHTML DOM (Microsoft HTML Document Object Model) for parsing web pages and portions of the System.Net, System.Reflection and System.InteropServices components (amongst others) of the .NET Framework Class Library. May 2004 – Nov. 2006 Essential Energy Solutions Work for Essential Energy Solutions, an engineering company serving the electric power transmission industry, included the development of an application and a web site to commercialize the application. The company was a startup, I was a founder and I was the entire IT department. The application, Conductor Ampacity Risk Determination (CARD), is software that analyzes the performance of conductors for high power transmission lines under various weather conditions with the goal of optimizing power transmission efficiency. The CARD application was developed using Visual Studio .NET and Visual Studio Express 2005 using the C# language and ADO.NET (Active Data Objects for .NET) for database independent data access. The application originally used Microsoft Access for its database needs but was converted to use MSDE (Microsoft Desktop Engine, the desktop version of Microsoft SQL Server). Stored procedures and triggers were written in Transact-SQL. The web application that commercialized the CARD application (and into which the CARD application was integrated) was an ASP.NET application developed using Visual Studio .NET (which included Visual Interdev) and Visual Studio Express 2005 (which included Visual Web Developer) using C# for the code-behind files and ADO.NET for database independent data access on the server and using HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) , CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), DHTML (Dynamic HTML), XHTML (Extensible HTML), XML (Extensible Markup Language), XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language), XSLT (XSL Transforms) and XPath for constructing web pages, and using JavaScript to implement client-side functionality. The web application also originally used the Microsoft Access database but was converted to use MSDE. Responsibilities included handling all the information technology related tasks that were required during the web site launch period. These tasks included selection of web host, selection of server hardware, server operating system and server software, selection of provider of merchant account, payment portal and payment portal software, selection of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate authority and serving in the capacity of server administrator responsible for installing and setting up the company’s web site application, for setting up the server as an application server, a file server and a mail server for the company and for the security of the company’s server and the web site application. Nov. 2001 – Apr. 2004 LockeSmith Software Work for LockeSmith Software, a company that developed software components and tools for financial analysis (in particular, the technical and fundamental analysis of investments) included the following. Most importantly the development of the MultiGraph control that is used to add technical analysis charting capabilities to investment analysis applications. Also the development of the DualSlider control that implements a slider control that has 2 sliders. Both of these controls were originally developed using the Visual Studio 6.0 Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and the Visual C++ language. In addition the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) were used to develop the MultiGraph control and the Active Template Library (ATL) was used to develop the DualSlider control. Microsoft’s Active Data Objects technology (ADO) was used to implement all data access requirements of the MultiGraph control. Later .NET versions of these controls were produced using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, the C# language and ADO.NET for database access. As part of this project some additional work was performed. First, there was a sample application called the TechGraphMgr application. It was a simple application that managed technical graphs. The purpose of this sample application was to showcase the capabilities of the MultiGraph and DualSlider controls and how they could be integrated together in a single application. It was an application developed using Microsoft Visual Basic (VB) that incorporated the MultiGraph and DualSlider controls as well as a FileCabinet ActiveX control based on the Microsoft TreeView control and developed using VB. An additional purpose of the application was as an instructional aid to programmers developing with the controls. (The source code for the sample application was provided to purchasers of the controls). Second, there was an installation application designed to install the MultiGraph and DualSlider controls as well as the TechGraphMgr application on the following versions of the Windows operating system: 95, 98, Me, NT 3.51 and later, 2000 and XP. Third there was the production of the documentation for both of the controls and the implementation of a help system based on that documentation using Microsoft’s help compiler. Finally there was the development of a web site whose purpose was the sale of the company’s products over the internet. The development environment used to produce the web site was Microsoft’s Visual Interdev. Technologies used to implement the web site were Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Microsoft’s Active Server Pages (ASP) and ADO for database access. Later, using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET the web site was re-written using ASP.NET, C# for the code behind files and ADO.NET for database access. Features of the web site included the ability to download the software, on-line customer registration and collection of internet traffic statistics. The web site was written to run on Microsoft’s Internet Information Server (IIS 5.0). The company was a startup, I was a founder and I was responsible for all the programming and IT related tasks. Apr. 1999 – Oct. 2001 Lockwood Financial Group Contract work for Lockwood Financial Group, a money management company whose clients are limited to personal finance managers and high net worth individuals, included the development of an application that optimized investment portfolios, an application that generated reports showing the benefits of portfolio optimization, an application that distributed assets to money managers, the development of business objects and graphical ActiveX controls and the conversion of C++ graphics objects to ActiveX controls. The portfolio optimization application was based on a linear programming algorithm that replaced investment vehicles in a portfolio with alternatives investment vehicles of the same style but characterized by lower losses to taxes and fees. In this manner the types of investments in a portfolio and the overall risk level of a portfolio were kept the same while simultaneously increasing the return realized by the portfolio. Most of the application was written using Visual Basic 6.0. It contained numerous automation objects and ActiveX controls. Some of the controls included the True DB Grid control (a popular and widely used grid control) as a constituent control. Application development included the design of a relational database for portfolio management. Database manipulation was implemented using Microsoft’s ADO technology and Structured Query Language (SQL). Some parts of the application were implemented as Dynamic Linked Libraries (DLLs) written in C++ using the Microsoft Visual C++ IDE in order to achieve desired levels of performance. The DLLs were developed using MFC and included both early-bound (dual) and late-bound (dispatch) automation interfaces for the objects exposed by the DLLs. The project included an installation application produced with the VB Package and Deployment Wizard. The report generator application produced reports that graphically showed the benefits of portfolio optimization. It was a container application that used ActiveX graphical controls as building blocks to compose reports. It was written in C++ using MFC and it utilized the document-view architecture support available through MFC. The application was designed to look like just another window in a larger application so that it could be integrated into other applications. It was equipped with an early-bound and late-bound automation interface so that it could be controlled by other applications. The generated reports were displayed WYSIWYG (“What you see is what you get”) in the application window and could be printed out on demand. The asset distribution application produced a document that described how a client’s assets should be distributed to money managers to achieve minimum capital gains costs. The algorithm determined the maximum quantity of each asset that could be transferred “in kind” to the money managers and those assets that had to be liquidated based on a specified allocation strategy and the current holdings of the money managers. It was a document-centric application that consisted of a container application written in C++ and a host of automation objects and ActiveX controls written in Visual Basic. The container application was an Multiple Document Interface (MDI) application that utilized MFC and its document-view architecture support. The automation objects were used to implement the data structures that defined each document and the functions that operated on those data structures. The ActiveX controls, consisting of table and text controls, were used to construct the documents themselves. Although the distribution operation was automated it could also be performed manually via drag & drop operations using the mouse. The data required by the application was entered manually, was entered using “cut and paste” operations and was obtained programmatically from Microsoft Excel spreadsheets using Automation technology. The application was accompanied by an installation application developed with InstallShield. Other work for Lockwood Financial Group involved the development of business objects and graphical ActiveX controls including portfolio objects, account objects, portfolio optimization objects, style mix objects, fee calculator objects, portfolio risk calculation objects, graphical controls for displaying risk levels and risk characteristics, graphical controls for displaying portfolio properties and graphical table controls for manipulating portfolios, accounts, investments and fees. May 1998 – Dec. 1998 Spidertek Corporation Contract work for Spidertek, a company that produces commercial and custom software for the insurance industry, involved coding calculation engines for an application to be used by the field agents of an Australian insurance company. The insurance company was converting a DOS based application to a Windows based application and augmenting functionality at the same time. The program was used by agents to illustrate the benefits a customer would receive for a policy and to produce a hard-copy of the policy itself. All the numbers in the illustration and policy production parts of the application were obtained from the calculation engines. The calculation engines were based on 15 Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. The calculation engines were translations of those spreadsheets into Visual Basic 5.0 modules. The output of the calculation engines was compared programmatically to the spreadsheets using OLE automation to insure exact consistency between the spreadsheets and the calculation engines. Jul. 1994 – Apr. 1998 Development of Proprietary Financial Software This work, done on an entrepreneurial basis, included development of proprietary financial securities trading systems, financial graphing software and financial data management and manipulation software. The trading systems, developed for both the equities and the futures markets, were essentially pattern recognition systems based on both fundamental and technical trading techniques. The programs that comprise the trading systems were written in C++. The financial data management and manipulation software was written in C++, VB and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Over time the emphasis was transferred from the trading systems to the development of the financial graphing software as a commercial product. The graphing software is primarily concerned with technical graphs and technical trading indicators. It is a software component that can be a stand-alone application or a server that implements embedded objects that can be inserted into other container applications such as Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word. It can be activated in-place or in a separate window in order to be manipulated. It comes in a variety of different forms including mini-server, full-server and ActiveX control. It has ActiveX document support so documents produced by the software component can be displayed and manipulated in applications such as Microsoft Binder and Microsoft Internet Explorer. It supports an OLE automation interface so that objects can be manipulated programmatically by other programs such as VB and C++ applications. It also has dual interface support to allow for low level manipulation using COM interface pointers. It was written in C++ using Visual C++ and the Microsoft Foundation Classes and the ActiveX, COM, OLE and Automation technologies. Sep. 1991 - Jul. 1994 Universal Imaging Corporation Work for Universal Imaging Corporation, a company that produces software for microscopes, was primarily on a Device Driver Management Sub-system, a set of inter-dependent modules written in C++ that included a device driver manager as well as the device drivers themselves. The system was responsible for management and control of microscope related hardware such as filter wheels, shutters, focus motors, stages, etc., as well as computer system resources that include digital I/O, General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB) support and various forms of serial data transfer. It was an independent sub-system divided into portable and non-portable parts that was expected to satisfy the company's device driver software needs for current and future applications across multiple platforms. It was part of the company's primary product, a Windows application, in the form of a set of dynamic-link libraries. The primary advantage of the sub-system was device independence achieved by providing an applications programming interface that implemented a set of idealized logical devices that were optimized for specific operations. Applications were written to these operations rather than to specific types of hardware. The actual hardware used to implement the logical devices was chosen by the user through a process of software decomposition of hardware devices into distinct components that allowed users to mix and match different parts of different devices. Jun. 1990 - Nov. 1990 Mutual Fund Investors Work for MFI, a money management company based on macro technical analysis of financial markets and reduced risk through investment in mutual funds, included two applications. The first was a financial data management application that extended across two hardware systems. One part of the application (written in C for a 68000 processor running the UNIX operating system) gathered time sensitive financial data from the Quotron Financial Data Quote Service through an in-house Quotron machine. That data was then transferred to DOS based PCs where the second part of the application (written in C) performed data loading, database management, data editing and report generation in order to supply timely information on current market conditions and indicators. The second application was a mutual fund net asset value tracking system that included data gathering, database management and data editing capabilities. Mar. 1988 - Mar. 1990 PictureWare, Inc. Work for PictureWare, Inc., a company that produced image database software for PCs, was as part of the custom applications division which produced image database applications based on the company's products for third parties. The most significant applications for which I was primarily responsible were as follows. First, was Image Folio, a nationally marketed CD-ROM based "Clipart" color image database project completed for NEC Home Electronics. The software was written in C, the Clipper database language and assembler and included a static keyword retrieval system. Responsibilities included management of the images and construction of the image database. Second, was a badge production system for the House of Parliament of the Australian government. The application, written in C, featured image manipulation, support for multiple image formats and an interface to the Clipper database language so it could be included in third party Clipper applications. Third, was a Basic Four Mainframe to PC communications program that combined data from the mainframe with images from the PC to produce sales quotes that included an image of the item being sold. Fourth, was the modification of a commercial personal computer accounting system software package to print images on bank checks. Other projects included an image database application generator, image database record append and extract utilities, TIFF image conversion and decompression utilities and a slide manager application. Previous to Mar. 1988 Work prior to March, 1988 included the following. First, financial graphing software that used the Tecmar graphics board. The board was one of the first graphics boards that offered a graphics resolution of 640 x 400 with 16 colors. The board had to be programmed by sending bytes to specific ports as there was no higher level interface available. The work was done for a family startup business whose goal was to provide financial advisory services using personal computers. Second, custom graphing software for a currency trader at a commodities trading firm. The work was done on a using the Fortran language. Third, dBASE programming using the Clipper language for an educational testing service. EDUCATION: Bachelors Degree, Political Science. Masters Degree, Computer Science.
Merion Station, Pennsylvania, United States
Khema de Silva - Freelance Children's Book Writing & Editing
0
Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$100
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I am journalist with over 22 years of experience in Print media. After reading for a Master of Arts in Journalism from the University of Technology, Sydney, I have been an editor of a newspaper in Southeast Asia where I helped the Editor in Chief start a newspaper in a country where there was no interest in newspaper culture. After 22 years on the job, I had successfully trained young readers to become journalists as well as bring the newspaper I worked to be the number one in the country. I have experience in creative writing, editing, proof reading, photography etc. I have a great love for my profession and look forward to working with anyone who is interested in my creative talents
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Katherine Jumper - Freelance Art & Photography
0
Kudos
2.5
2 Skills
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MAKEUP ARTIST AND HAIRSTYLIST for film, television, video, and print media- specializing in HD. website: www.katherinejumer.com Credits listed below- TELEVISION CNN - New York, NY. "John King USA" FOX News -New York, NY. “FOX and Friends” FOX News -New York, NY. “FOX News Sunday Edition” FOX News -New York, NY. “On The Record with Greta Van Susteren” FOX News -New York, NY. “America Live with Megyn Kelly” CBS -New York, NY. “CBS News” CBS -New York, NY. “The Early Show" NBC -New York, NY. “Meet the Press” MSNBC -New York, NY. "The Daily Rundown" MSNBC -New York, NY. “Hardball with Chris Matthews" MSNBC -New York, NY. "Morning Joe" CNBC -Englewood Cliffs, NJ. “The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch” CMT -Nashville, TN. “Top Twenty Countdown” FSN -Los Angeles, CA. "FLW Outdoors" National Geographic Channel -Halfyard Productions -Bethesda, MD. “Hunley: Case Closed” High Noon Productions -Denver, CO. HGTV’s “Bang For Your Buck” Greener and Hook -Arlington, VA. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann Craft Media Digital -Washington, DC. Congressman Joe Wilson (’10 Congressional Campaign commercial) Envision Communications -Washington, DC. Senator Vincent Sheheen (’10 Gubernatorial Campaign commercials) Various Stations across SC -Senator Vincent Sheheen’s televised appearances and debates in Governor’s race Genesis Creative -Columbia, SC. Att. Gen. Henry McMaster’s Gubernatorial Announcement (Press Conference) Genesis Creative -Columbia, SC. “The Mungo Company” Blue Bridge Productions -Jacksonville, FL. “First Federal Bank” Blue Bridge Productions -Jacksonville, FL. “Halifax Health- Oncology” Brad Jayne & Company -Charleston, SC. "East Cooper Medical Center" (Breast cancer commercials and billboards) Broadscope Media -Richmond, VA. "Jim Hudson Motors" (Lexus Grand Opening, and the Ford and Toyota Truck Team -commercials) IVS Video -Charlston, SC. “JK Harris Tax Company” (national commercials) MRB Films -Alexandria, VA. “Palmetto Health” (women's services) Keith Lanpher -Norfolk, VA. “Palmetto Health Heart Hospital” Wahoo Films -Birmingham, AL. “Medical University of South Carolina, 2010” (national commercial) Coal Powered Filmworks -Columbia, SC. “529 Future Scholar” (feat. Steve Spurrier, Dabo Swinney, Converse Chillis) Coal Powered Filmworks -Columbia, SC. "Find Your Happy- SC State Fair" SCETV -Columbia, SC. “Gubernatorial Primary Debate” (November 4, 2009 broadcast) SCETV -Columbia, SC. “Take On The South” SCANA Corporation (SCE&G) -Columbia, SC. “EnergyWise Vignettes” Ways & Means Productions -Columbia, SC. “Palmetto Citizens Federal Credit Union” Mad Monkey Productions -Columbia, SC. “SC Education Lottery- Mega Millions, and Palmetto Cash Five” Mad Monkey Productions -Columbia, SC. “SC Dept. of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism ’10 Campaign” Moxie Media Group -Denver, CO. "Avon Cosmetics Infomercial" (feat. Pam and Jessica Heller) Billy Graham Evangelistic Association -Charlotte, NC. “Christmas Special 2008” Skycastle Entertainment -Burbank, CA. “Bank of America” (promotional spots featuring 2008, Beijing, Olympic hopefuls) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. “24” (2011 DUI parts 1 & 2- SC Dept. of Public Safety) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. "24" (2010 DUI parts 1 & 2- SC Dept. of Public Safety) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. “Teens’ Actual Comments” (SCDPS) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. “Buckle Up SC” (SCDPS) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. “DUI Law Change” (SCDPS) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. “Holiday DUI Blitz ‘08” (SCDPS) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. “DUI Blitz ’08” (SCDPS) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. Lexington Medical Center “Health Directions 2011” Constant Now -Columbia, SC. Lexington Medical Center (Women’s Center 2010 Commercials -3 spots) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. Lexington Medical Center "Christmas 2011" Constant Now -Columbia, SC. Lexington Medical Center “Christmas 2010” Constant Now -Columbia, SC. Lexington Medical Center “Christmas 2009” Constant Now -Columbia, SC. Lexington Medical Center “Christmas 2008” Constant Now -Columbia, SC. Lexington Medical Center “Digital Mammography” Constant Now -Columbia, SC. “Eco Jeopardy” (SCETV -DHEC Recycling) FILM *Charley Gap Films (Kalon Media) -Atlanta, GA. “Mandie and the Cherokee Treasure” -Key Makeup Artist/Hair Stylist Period- 1899 *Charley Gap Films (Kalon Media) -Atlanta, GA. “Mandie and the Secret Tunnel” -Key Makeup Artist/Hair Stylist Period- 1899 (special skills utilized- lace hair application) *Advent Film Group -Purcellville, VA. “Come What May” -Makeup/Hair Department Head *Pacific Productions -Santa Barbara, CA. “Lightbulb” -Swing Makeup/Hair *Sligh Pictures -Pawley’s Island, SC. “The Four Children of Tander Welch” -Key Makeup Artist/Hair Stylist *Hyde Park Entertainment -Columbia, SC. “Death Sentence” -Makeup Department Intern *Lordship Films -Blythewood, SC. “Lumera” -Key Makeup/Hair Period- 1800’s OTHER WORK ESW Productions -Weston, CT. GE Capital “Teradata” (published in Wall Street Journal, NY Times, USA Today, and Pensions & Investments- 11/10 issues) “Southern Living” magazine -Birmingham, AL. “Lucinda Eden- Charleston fashion designer” (January 2011 issue) *Asst. Hair/Makeup “Sophisticate’s Black Hair” (magazine)- Associated Publications, Inc. March/April 2009 issue (magazine- page 98) Jeff Amberg Photography -Columbia, SC. Elderly Healthcare ads (published in "Consultant Pharmacist magazine"- 12/10 issue) Creature Pictures -New York, NY. "Rose`" (Apple, Inc. iPad marketing video) Creatista -Green Valley, AZ. Mercedes Benz “Sprinter” photo shoot (ad campaign) *Asst. Hair/Makeup/Wardrobe ElevenSeven Music -New York, NY. Crossfade Band (music video) F360 -New York, NY. "Hampton Inn Hotels" (marketing video) Colonial Life Insurance -Columbia, SC. "Benefits Survey" (corp. training video) IVS Video Charleston, SC. "Wachovia and Wells Fargo Merger" (training video) Visual Concepts, Inc. -Medfield, MA. "Fresenius Medical- Home Dialysis" (video) Lexington Medical Center -Columbia, SC. Becky’s Place- Breast Cancer Awareness ad (published in local magazines and on billboards) Lexington Medical Center -Columbia, SC. Women’s Services ads (published in local magazines and on billboards) Lexington Medical Center -Columbia, SC. Marketing stills for website George Fulton Studios -Columbia, SC. SCANA Corp. (SCE&G) Marketing stills George Fulton Studios -Columbia, SC. Palmetto Health Cancer Screening ads (published on local billboards) John Powell Photography -Columbia, SC. Rita Cosby (photo shoot and public appearance) Black Horse Studio -Winston-Salem, NC. “BB&T Annual Report Update” SCETV- Columbia, SC. M.A.S.C.- “You’ve Been Elected, Now What? Freedom of Information Act in SC” (sat. broadcast) SCETV- Columbia, SC. M.A.S.C.- “Benefits and Pitfalls of Economic Development…” (satellite broadcast) SCETV- Columbia, SC. M.A.S.C.- “Basic Budgeting for Municipal Officials” (satellite broadcast) Moxie Media Group -Denver, CO. “T-Mobile Roadtrip ’09” (from Charleston, SC- training video) MRB Films -Alexandria, VA. “Palmettovore” (Dept. of Agriculture web spot wardrobe/costume work) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. “Hostel Hunters- from Charleston, SC” promotional sizzle reel Constant Now -Columbia, SC. Colonial Life Insurance “Pong” (marketing video) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. Lexington Medical Center Obesity Surgery Center (web videos) Constant Now -Columbia, SC. USC Center for Child and Family Studies "Child Welfare" (training video) University of South Carolina -Columbia, SC. Center for Child and Family Studies "NVAS Interviews" (national conference training video, from Charleston, SC) University of South Carolina -Columbia, SC. “We Each Have A Story- Elder Mistreatment” (training video) Truth-Function -Aiken, SC. Yale University “Medical Spanish” (training video) “Unmasking Colon Cancer Ball 2010” Fashion Show -Charleston, SC. Wall2Wall Productions -Sioux City, IA. "2011 Freedomworks Conference, with Glenn Beck" (Kiawah Island, SC) **Freelance, Regional Artist for Laura Mercier Cosmetics (since 2008,) Chanel Cosmetics (since 2010,) and Bobbi Brown Cosmetics (since 2011) *References available upon request
South Carolina, United States
Scott Starkweather - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
5
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$18
Rate/Hr
Freelance professional with 20+ years creating, proofing, and polishing: * Compliance reports for State and Federal Agencies. * Program proposals and curriculum for major colleges and universities. * Editing research papers for journal publication (using APA guidelines). * Curriculum design and development * Skilled with Moodle and NaMaYa platforms * Certified MS Excel expert. * Excellent skills in all MS Office applications and in Office integration.
San Francisco Bay Area, California, United States

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