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Tim Kallok - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
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Profile Recently, I have completed my BFA in Animation at California College of the Arts. My passion in life is for all things animation. I love creating compelling character performances with unique acting choices that show the character’s personality. Storytelling is very important in my work and plays a pivotal role in my creative process. I have over 2 years of professional animation...
Redondo Beach, California, United States

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Matthew Silverman - Freelance Writing & Editing
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Samantha Radus - Freelance 3D Animation & Business Card Design
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My name is Samantha Radus. I am just completing my final year at Loyalist College studying Animation. During my years at Loyalist College I have gained a number of skills within the field of animation. I am able to create 3D models using the software program XSI and Maya. I can also construct animation clips in Flash and design websites. I believe that with my skills I can assist your company to its finest.
Thornhill, Ontario, Canada
Habiba Deraz - Freelance HR Management & Presentation Design
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Results oriented and highly dedicated team player with ~7 years of diverse experience within Customer Management, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Culture Transformation, HR Management and Change Management. I combine the credibility gained from working directly with multi-geographic team members to promote an efficient HR service boasting of excellent employee relations. I am currently leading the HR and Training function as a Corporate Learning & Development Manager. A key facet to this role includes improving existing HR processes and programs, and partnering with stakeholders to provide a robust L&D sphere to ensure that the competencies of team members is in line with the needs of the business. Throughout my insightful career, I have persevered to lead large scale transformational and alignment projects to drive excellence.
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Drew Dawson - Freelance Audio Editing & Article Writing
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Broadcast Journalist/Manager Innovative, customer-oriented broadcast communications professional with more than 18 years of top-caliber, progressively responsible experience. Leverages strong cross-functional background with emphasis on process improvements, marketing management, and program leadership to secure consistent results in competitive and challenging arenas. Track record of success leading talent and using creative branding methods to drive business growth. Talent for delivering impactful and persuasive presentations to large and diverse audiences. Highly regarded motivator who aligns resources, inspires trust, promotes professionalism, and unleashes individual talents across all tiers of an organization. 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Bill Huggins - Freelance Blog Writing & Content Writing
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WILLIS S. HUGGINS, JR. (BILL) 508 Carn Street Walterboro, S. C. 29488 Home: (803-640-5707 Work: (843) 549-1709 EXPERIENCE AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS Current Position: Zoning and Floodplain Administrator Colleton County Planning Department • Serve as zoning administrator for Colleton County o Interpret zoning ordinance o Work with developers to insure zoning compliance o Enforce ordinance requirements • Serve as Floodplain Administrator for Colleton County o Apply and enforce requirements of the County Flood Management Ordinance o Develop programs designed to maintain and upgrade the County’s program status with respect to the flood insurance rating system. • Assist Planning Director in review of planning and development issues and recommendations • Work with Developers and Citizens o Assist citizens and development community in navigating Planning and Zoning regulations. • Provide staff support for the Board of Zoning Appeals o Review and develop staff reports for Variance requests before the Board o Maintain Board records and update rules of procedure as necessary. 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Also, developed regional demographic data for inclusion in the Statewide Transportation Plan. • Prepared land use planning and zoning documents as needed. • Responded to inquiries from local governments and citizens about planning and zoning issues. Position: Director of Planning and Community Development City of Seneca April, 1991 – May 1993 Duties included: • Supervised staff of three in performing department functions. • Served as City Zoning Administrator. • Advised Mayor, Council and Planning Commission concerning ongoing development and planning issues. • Worked with Appalachian COG in preparation of an update of the City Zoning Ordinance. • Conducted public hearings and addressed community groups concerning planning issues. • Prepared annual department budgets. • Administered the City’s Community Development Block Grant program. • Served as a liaison between City officials and various citizen groups in efforts to develop downtown revitalization programs. Position: Assistant Planner & Associate Planner Greenville County Planning Commission August 1987 – April 1991 Greenville, S. C. Duties and accomplishments included: • Worked on revision of County Zoning Ordinance • Reviewed zoning change requests, staffed public hearings, worked closely with County Council and citizens on zoning and planning issues. • Performed site plan review. • Provided information to citizen, developers and public agencies concerning development trends and planned improvements. • Prepared and presented staff reports to the Greenville County Board of Zoning Appeals concerning conditional use requests and to the Planning Commission and Council concerning road and drainage easement abandonment requests. • Responded to citizen and developer questions concerning land use issues. Research Assistant, Strom Thurmond Institute Clemson University, PROFESSIONAL DESIGNATIONS/ TRAINING/ MEMBERSHIPS: AICP, American Association of Certified Planners CFM, Certified Floodplain Manager S. C. Economic Developer’s School (College of Charleston) Member of S. C. Chapter, American Planning Association Former ICMA/ SCCCMA member Former Member of Kiwanis Club in Aiken, S. C. EDUCATION Clemson University (Clemson, S. C.) M. A., City and Regional Planning, American Planning Association First Year Student Award, 1986 Membership in Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society, 1987 Architectural Student Award, 1987 Francis Marion College (Florence, S. C.) B.A., English, Dean’s List on a regular basis Teacher certification in Secondary English, Mullins High School graduate (Mullins, S.C.),
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Steven Arnold - Freelance Graphic Novel Art & Screenwriting
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I'm an illustrator and a story maker. I combine my love of art and film into everything that I do. I studied screenwriting in college and have been working on a graphic novel this past year. FREELANCE ILLUSTRATOR & GRAPHIC DESIGNER Independent January 2009 – Present I have done unique flyer designs, album art and web based content for bands and venues. I have storyboarded two short films: The Compass (2008) and Red Vines (2009). Recently my work has been featured in the short film Moving Day including a graphic novel cover (front and back) and character sketches. I was recently commissioned to do a limited edition poster series for the County and Ambler Theaters for their summer film series. I am currently working on my own comic. DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY What Had Happened Was Productions January 2012 – August 2012 I worked as the Director of Photography for the short film Moving Day which has just finished shooting and is slated to be released later this year and circulated to festivals under What Had Happened Was Productions. I shot on a Canon T2i and Canon 5D Mark II. MANAGER & PROJECTIONIST Renew Theaters Nonprofit; 11-50 employees; Motion Pictures and Film industry August 2006 – July 2012 (6 years) I co-managed two non-profit movie theaters in Doylestown and Ambler, PA. I managed two sets of staff and I am responsible for the daily profits and paperwork. As well as managing both theaters I was also a projectionist, running films on 35mm and digital cinema. I was responsible for building the films from current releases to retrospective archival prints. I can run both Simplex and Kinotone 35mm projectors and Barco 23B dCinema and Dolby 3D. I am proficient in Radiant POS.
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Jessie King - Freelance Singing & Narration
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I am a 19-year-old Female from Ohio. I was a member of The Cleveland Singing Angles as a young girl and performed with them in the States and in their European Tour in 2006. I am currently trying to get into the Voice-Over Business and may be Going to classes soon to broaden my voice ability so I can take it to hire places.
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Susan Good - Freelance Article Writing & Biography Writing
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SUSAN A. GOOD 1834 Kinglet Court Costa Mesa, CA 92626 P: 949.922-2000 F: 949-250-4440 E: sgood@amgre.com Objective To obtain a challenging position where my experience and accomplishments can be translated into improved growth and profitability for your organization Experience ACCELERATED MARKETING GROUP Newport Beach, CA Executive Vice President, Public Communications. Manage advertising/promotion department, oversee and engage in all aspects of promotion, advertising and publicity. Compose press releases, develop media and promotional packages, book interviews. 2000-present C.BECK&ASSOCIATES Chicago, IL Account Executive. Developed and implemented communication and marketing programs to the pharmaceutical industry in the US and Canada. Provided expertise in reaching the physician audience via peer influence and direct marketing techniques. Coordinated project management for clients including Abbott Laboratories, Syntex Canada Inc, Curatek Pharmaceuticals and Rhone Poulenc Rorer Canada Inc. 1992-1996 NATIONAL COMMISSION ON CORRECTIONAL HEALTH CARE Chicago, IL Programs Manager. Directed operations and integrated various programs of the non-profit organization, including Accreditation, Certification, Education & Training and Quality Assurance. In charge of devising and implementing marketing plans, policy development, budgeting, expanding client base and increasing organizational visibility in the media. 1990-1991 CHARTER HOSPITAL of SOUTH BEND South Bend, IN Marketing director. Directed marketing functions for this start-up 60 bed private psychiatric hospital and its three counseling centers. Developed and oversaw execution of marketing plan, outlined strategies to assess opportunities and needs, product-line development, communication, sales and referral development, community relations and budgeting. 1989-1990 D.S.HOWARD & ASSOCIATES, INC. Chicago, IL Project Director. Developed recommendations and strategic assessments for clients in the medical, consumer and commercial/industrial industries by managing the collection, monitoring, analysis and presentation of information pertinent to market size, commercial opportunities and the impact of changes in market trends. Clients included Ameritech Mobile Communications, Amoco Oil, AT7T, Baxter, Becton-Dickinson, Mead Johnson, Motorola, Siemens and Zimmer, to name a few.1988 HEALTHCARE INTELLIGENCE, INC. Chicago, IL Project Director. Spearheaded projects from their inception. Duties included prospecting for business, proposal writing, methodology and sample design, questionnaire formulation, data collection, coding, analysis, segmentation, brand awareness studies, product positioning, trend analysis and image forecasting. Clients included American Hospital Supply, Ames, Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Caremark, IVAC, Mallinckrodt Critical Care, 3M, Pharmaseal, Procter & Gamble and Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center. 1986-1988 LAKE PUBLISHING CORPORATION Libertyville, IL Market Research Manager. Designed, analyzed and presented primary research projects, including benchmarks, concept testing, product positioning, advertising tracking and segmentation studies. Liaison to senior management, marketing staff and advertising agencies. Managed outside suppliers and supervised support staff. 1985-1986 AMERICAN ISRAEL PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Washington, DC Research Assistant. Scanned newspapers and other media for information relevant to Middle East issues. Compiled data for newsletters, brochures, fundraising pieces. Participated in Political Leadership Development Program, organizing campuses for pro-Israel political positions by maximizing influence within media channels, electoral and legislative campaigns. 1985 UNITED STATES PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH GROUP Washington, DC Intern. Researched and canvassed to bring critical issues directly to public, raised funds to support the work of this non-profit consumer and environmental lobby. Extensive research on acid rain and ozone depletion issues. 1984 QUEBEC GOVERNMENT Quebec, Canada Research Fellow. Interviewed prominent political figures and analysts, worked with Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs on research designed to gather information relevant to volatile linguistic laws controversy. Thesis reported specifically their far-reaching effects on Canadian business climate and educational policy. Conducted lectures in Canadian Affairs class upon return. 1983-1984 Education Laval University, Quebec, Canada. M.A. in Canadian Affairs Northwestern University Evanston, I. B.A. in Political Science
Los Angeles, California, United States
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