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Erin Mc - Freelance Graphic Design & Ad Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$45
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Graphic Designer from Winnipeg Manitoba. Please visit www.elmdesignsolutions.com for view of previous work. Feel free to contact me for a quote. Thanks Have a great day!
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Mac Grey - Freelance Ad Design & Print Ad Design
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5.0
2 Skills
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Didn't think I'd have to post a resume right off the hop. Haven't actually needed one in years. I'll be back to this section after I write something brilliant.
winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Mark Fefchak - Freelance Ad Design & Brochure Design
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3.0
2 Skills
$14
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A creative, reliable, honest and hard-working individual. I have had several years of experience as a photographer/newspaper reporter. I have also worked in the printing industry (pre-press division) and in the last seven years, I have been a Graphic Designer and Marketing Coordinator. I enjoy challenges, solving problems and I am comfortable working in a team environment or on my own.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Sheryl Torr-Brown - Freelance Editing & Technical Writing
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2 Skills
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I love to translate complex concepts and content into readable prose for any audience and can meet short deadlines. I write on anything but specialize in science, medicine and health, including drug R&D. I also edit scientific and technical articles for publication in multiple forms, including peer-reviewed scientific and clinical journals. I have a Ph.D in Medicine and Physiology from London University and I have lived in the US since 1989. I have spent 18 years as a pharmaceutical executive and the last 6 in consulting, writing and editing. CURRENT ACTIVITY -Focus on health, wellness and pharmaceuticals. Specialist in all therapeutic areas, translational medicine, personalized medicine. -Consulting: Independent business and communications consulting for health related companies: Focus on health communications, patient experience of health and disease, in personalized medicine, translational health sciences, disease management. -Writing/Communications: Writing/editing/presenting including investor materials, business plans, patient and physician education materials, white papers, reports, grant applications and scientific articles. All therapeutic areas. - Clients include: Merrimack Pharmaceuticals, Phillip Morris International, GE Healthcare, Open Innovators, Sanofi, Woodrow Wilson Center, Alternative Futures Association. PRIOR EXPERIENCE -Open Innovators, CT. Medical Director (2007-present) *Knowledge strategy development for diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and other retinal diseases. SBIR+NSF grants obtained. -Pfizer Global Research and Development, New London, CT (1999-2006) *Senior Director and Head of Science, Communications and Technology for World Wide Drug Safety. Worldwide leadership of Technology Evaluation, Communications, Scientific *Creator and leader of Pfizer Futures Intelligence Network. Creation of a cross-company network of senior executives with the remit to create evergreen future healthcare scenarios with associated implications for the pharmaceutical industry and for Pfizer, and to incorporate insights into annual strategy setting activities. -Searle/Monsanto Corporation, St Louis, MO (1994-1999) *Director of Knowledge Management, Bioinformatics and Communications for Monsanto Corporate *Liaison between Monsanto and Washington University for $5M annual granting process for translation of basic science to potential therapeutics *Thrombosis Research Group Leader: Development and implementation of drug discovery platform for anti-thrombotic therapies. 20 direct reports. -Astra Zeneca (previously ICI Pharmaceuticals), UK (1982-1986). *Experimental Officer in heart failure and blood pressure research TEACHING EXPERIENCE *SMR International, NY (2008-2009). Teaching executive courses for Knowledge Services *Mitchell College, New London, CT (2007). Teaching course in clinical trial design *Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, MO (1989-1994). Instructor in Cardiovascular Sciences in the Dept Internal Medicine. Teaching experience in surgical techniques and in biological sciences. Participation in NIH SCOR program and acquisition of R01 NIH research grant. VOLUNTEER ACTIVITY *The Gemma E Moran United Way New London Food Center, CT, Head of vision and strategy development for the New London food system. (2007-present). *Co-founder and knowledge strategist for New London Food Policy Council (January 2011- present). EDUCATION -St George’s Hospital Medical School, London University, London, UK 1986-1989. Doctor of Philosophy Degree awarded in Medicine and Physiology. Thesis entitled “Effect of anti-platelet compounds in experimental models of thrombosis and myocardial infarction” (First year completed at Bath University, Bath, UK) -Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK 1978-1982. B.Sc (with honours) in Applied Biology. Specialist areas; Physiology, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Microbiology, Medical Microbiology PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS • National Coalition of Independent Scholars • Professional Member of the American Diabetes Association • Cambridge Who’s Who • New York Academy of Sciences • Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals • Institute for Noetic Sciences • Integral Institute • American Association for the Advancement of Science • World Futures Society • Society of Toxicology • Board Member, Gemma E Moran United Way Food Center, New London, CT • Editorial Board, Personalized Medicine, Future Science Group, London PUBLICATIONS 1. Torr-Brown, S. Regulatory and Ethical Challenges of Personalized Medicine. 7(5), 465-468, 2010. 2. Torr-Brown, S. Advances in Knowledge Management for Pharmaceutical Research and Development. Current Opinion in Drug Discovery and Development. 8 (3), 316-322, 2005, May. 3. Torr-Brown SR. Sobel BE. Antiplatelet effects of urokinase and their clinical implications. Coronary Artery Disease. 7(1):63-8, 1996 Jan. 4. Abendschein DR. Meng YY. Torr-Brown S. Sobel BE. Maintenance of coronary patency after fibrinolysis with tissue factor pathway inhibitor. Circulation. 92(4):944-9, 1995 Aug 15. 5. Torr-Brown SR. Sobel BE.Plasminogen activator inhibitor is elevated in plasma and diminished in platelets in patients with diabetes mellitus. Thrombosis Research. 75(4):473-7, 1994 Aug 15. 6. Torr-Brown SR. Nachowiak D. Fujii S. Sobel BE.Lack of degradation of antithrombin III by tissue-type plasminogen activator or plasmin. Coronary Artery Disease. 5(7):625-31, 1994 Jul. 5. Torr-Brown SR. Sobel BE. Attenuation of thrombolysis by release of plasminogen activator inhibitor type-1 from platelets. Thrombosis Research. 72(5):413-21, 1993 Dec 1. 8. Prager NA. Torr-Brown SR. Sobel BE. Abendschein DR. Maintenance of patency after thrombolysis in stenotic coronary arteries requires combined inhibition of thrombin and platelets. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 22(1):296-301, 1993 Jul. 9. Torr SR. Nachowiak DA. Fujii S. Sobel BE. "Plasminogen steal" and clot lysis. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 19(5):1085-90, 1992 Apr. 10. Torr SR. Eisenberg PR. Sobel BE. The dependence of activation of platelets by a plasminogen activator on the evolution of thrombin activity. Thrombosis Research. 64(4):435-44, 1991 Nov 15. 11. Torr SR. Haskel EJ. VonVoigtlander PF. Bergmann SR. Abendschein DR.Inhibition of cyclic flow variations and reocclusion after thrombolysis in dogs by a novel antagonist of platelet-activating factor. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 18(7):1804-10, 1991 Dec. 12. Haskel EJ. Torr SR. Day KC. Palmier MO. Wun TC. Sobel BE. Abendschein DR. Prevention of arterial reocclusion after thrombolysis with recombinant lipoprotein-associated coagulation inhibitor. Circulation. 84(2):821-7, 1991 Aug. 13. Torr SR. Winters KJ. Santoro SA. Sobel BE. The nature of interactions between tissue-type plasminogen activator and platelets. Thrombosis Research. 59(2):279-93, 1990 Jul 15. 14. Torr S. Noble MI. Folts JD. Inhibition of acute platelet thrombosis formation in stenosed canine coronary arteries by specific serotonin 5HT2 receptor antagonist ritanserin. Cardiovascular Research. 24(6):465-70, 1990 Jun. 15. Torr S. Drake-Holland AJ. Main M. Hynd J. Isted K. Noble MI. Effects on infarct size of reperfusion and pretreatment with beta-blockade and calcium antagonists. Basic Research in Cardiology. 84(6):564-82, 1989 Nov-Dec. 16. Collis MG. Keddie JR. Torr SR. Evidence that the positive inotropic effects of the alkylxanthines are not due to adenosine receptor blockade. British Journal of Pharmacology. 81(2):401-7, 1984 Feb.
Mystic, Connecticut, United States
Byl (Bill) Butler - Freelance Copywriting & Jingle Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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Hi my name is Byl [pronounced Bill] Butler. I am a former High School English instructor. I am proficient in grammar and spelling. Topics that are very familiar to me are: the Arts, Exercise, Psychology (have a degree in Adolescent Psychology) and writing poems, short stories, screen and stage scripts. I enjoy writing for magazines, and company brochures. I have worked on Movies for the big screen as an actor, production assistant, production coordinator and assistant director. Have Editing of videos experience also. I am available to receive copy any time and have a reliable turnaround schedule. I am willing to tackle any subject except those dealing with mathematics or science. If there are any additional queries, please google my name bylbutler. Thank you, and I look forward to working with you. Byl Butler, director S.E.W.S.
Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States
Heather Cook - Freelance Writing & Proofreading
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4.5
2 Skills
$18
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I strongly believe that I would be a great addition to any writing position because I have a very strong work ethic and personal initiative, a self-driven motivation, a strong creative background and perspective, and a strong proficiency in oral and written communication.
Kennesaw, Georgia, United States
Leen Massillon - Freelance Flash Design & Multimedia
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3.0
2 Skills
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http://people.rit.edu/~ljm6257/portfolio/ Student at Rochester Institute of Technology looking for extra work. I am a programmer, designer, and artist. I know several programming languages including Actionscript 3.0, C#, C++, HTML and SQL. Can use several software including Adobe Flash, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Visual Studio, Autodesk Maya, Yo Yo GameMaker, and Unity
United States
Bethany Weinstein - Freelance Editing & Advertising
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5.0
2 Skills
$75
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Bethany Carlick Weinstein SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS • Professional with twenty years of experience in media, international and governmental sectors. • Agile, creative thinker with strong writing and editing skills. • Demonstrated ability to analyze quantitative/qualitative data and cultural trends to deliver focused, timely, on-budget messages to target audiences. • Proven record of results-oriented project and team management based on strong interpersonal skills. • Expert at promoting efficiency and motivating team members to meet deadlines. • Ability to excel in fast-paced environment while maintaining attention to detail. EXPERIENCE The Washington Post, Freelance Editor August 2011 - Present Serve as managing editor for various Washington Post special sections. Responsibilities include selecting topics, researching and soliciting authors, editing submissions, writing cutlines and collaborating with design team on section layout. Edited speakers’ bios for Washington Post Live series. Freelance Media Buyer July 2009 - Present Provide media strategy and placement services to clients, including a museum, healthcare associations, candidates, advocacy groups, independent expenditures, realtors and restaurants. The Washington Post, Manager of Media Research and Planning Marketing Research Department July 2007 – May 2009 Managed secondary research and media planning team supporting Washington Post Media’s entire sales floor (150+ reps). Oversaw creation and maintenance of generic and customized presentations that use, among other resources, Scarborough, Claritas and TNS data. Presentations and media plans my team produced contributed to increased revenue from multiple clients. Designed, introduced and trained reps to use media planning tool. Increased Research’s visibility and respect among sales staff. Liaised with Washington Post sales management, as well as with Washington Post Newsweek Interactive counterparts, on business and performance issues. Served on committee that designed and implemented account planning certification pilot program. Proofread primary research reports. Managed and negotiated vendor contracts. Mundy Katowitz Media, Media Buyer October 2003 – July 2007 Devised media strategies for clients’ advertising messages and budgets. Analyzed Nielsen and Scarborough data to determine which media outlets best reach desired demographic and geographic targets. Crafted and placed efficient and effective media schedules for broadcast/cable television, radio, print, Internet, outdoor and non-traditional advertising. Drove process between agencies and media outlets to ensure message was delivered precisely, on time and within budget. Frequently cited as firm’s most efficient buyer and the one to emulate. Asked to turn personal practices into a manual for company-wide use. Managed distribution of commercials and traffic instructions to stations. Reconciled completed campaigns. Wrote marketing materials and presentations. Moxie Communications Group, Partner February 2002 – September 2003 Marketed media buying and planning services to prospective clients. Worked one-on-one with agencies to devise and hone advertising strategy. Determined the anticipated costs of the most effective media mix, given a client's budget, message and target audience. Created, placed and oversaw entire life cycle of media buys from planning through reconciliation. Interacted and negotiated with representatives from various media outlets. Monitored opposition’s advertising activities. Distributed spots and detailed traffic instructions to media outlets. As the business owner, I managed all aspects of the company’s finance and administrative activities. Joe Slade White and Company, Director of Media Placement (promoted from Media Buyer) September 1998 – February 2002 Directed day-to-day activities of media-buying department. Designed media plans for political and multi-million-dollar issue advertising campaigns. With a much smaller budget than competition for a statewide issue campaign, had to make less money go further. Won by 2-1 margin while being outspent 3-1. By using targeting information, designed and placed appropriate media buys. Negotiated with media outlets to get the best placement and value for clients. Entered the business in September of an election year, the most hectic period for political campaigns: Learning on the fly, achieved an issue cost per point that was lower than a traditionally cheaper candidate campaign in same media market. Oversaw commercial traffic and distribution to stations. Tracked opposition’s advertising through media contacts and media-monitoring service. Edited scripts and ensured that commercials met production standards. Supervised and trained junior staff. Citizens Democracy Corps (CDC) July 1995 – August 1998 Manager of New Products and Services (April 1997 – August 1998) Conducted market research to develop new products and services. Supervised product development teams. Negotiated with potential partners. Contributed to proposals for submission to U.S. Agency for International Development and other funding sources. Calculated and administered budget for product/service development. Recognized for my communications skills, frequently asked by president and other officers to edit and write for CDC publications. Program Officer (July 1996 – April 1997) Designed program from the ground up. At the time of promotion to Manager of New Products, there were more than 20 active projects in the program. Recruited senior-level business executives for volunteer assignments with privatizing companies in Ukraine and Moldova. Collaborated with field offices to manage program efficiently and troubleshoot problems. Maintained database of 5,000 volunteers. Wrote newsletter articles. Executive Assistant to the President (July 1995 – July 1996) Planned executive committee meetings and prepared briefing materials for the members. Organized three-day meeting during which top-tier volunteers met in Washington to discuss CDC’s programs and policies. Designed first-ever CDC staff exchange; exchanges then occurred regularly throughout the year. Expanded intern program — recruited, interviewed and hired program and communications interns. Arranged travel for president and vice president of organization. ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Alternative Business Staffing: Executive Assistant, Hogan & Hartson November 1994 – July 1995 Voice of America: Production Assistant, Russian Division January 1994 – May 1994 Kennan Institute: Research Assistant to Visiting Scholar May 1993 – October 1993 The American University: Graduate Assistant, Department of Language and Foreign Studies August 1992 – May 1994 U.S. Congress: Staff Assistant to Representative Carroll Hubbard September 1990 – August 1992 EDUCATION Master of Arts, 1994 The American University Graduate assistant Russian Studies with concentration in Communications Bachelor of Arts, 1990 Emory University Dean’s Scholar Russian major, Soviet and East European Studies minor Career Enhancement Coursework in writing for television Created comedy series and related marketing materials Classes in Myers Briggs and conflict resolution Additional Information • Experienced with research resources including Nielsen, Arbitron, Scarborough, Claritas and TNS. • Speak, read and write Russian. Certified Russian translator.
Alexandria, Virginia, United States
Aline mie Borre - Freelance Project Management & Virtual Assistance
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2 Skills
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ALINE MIE B. BORRE Rizal Res. Tel No. +639176064481• sofiaalman@yahoo.com WORK EXPERIENCE ? Evaluates request of registered firms under the Infrastructure & Other Services Sector (IT, Power Infrastructure, Telecom, Mass Housing, Mass Transport, Shipping, Hotels and Resort) in accordance with the terms and conditions imposed by the Board; computes and prepares notices of fines in case of non-compliance; ? Process and compiles Certificate of Income Tax Holiday Entitlement (COE) of registered firms; ? Prepares memorandum for approval of the Board/Exec. Dir. Regarding cancellation of registration and amendment of terms and conditions; ? Conducts plant visits on existing plants/sites to verify status of operation and compliance with the terms and conditions of registration; ? Prepares Endorsement to appropriate government agencies; ? Does other related work as may be assigned from time to time
Makati, Manila, Philippines
Jaimie Quincy - Freelance Editing & Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
$10
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I have been passionate about writing my entire life (well, since I learned to write, anyway). I really started getting into the editing portion of writing in college when we would read and edit each other's papers and stories. I quickly became known as the go-to girl for editing in each of my writing classes. It's something I absolutely love doing and it would be my pleasure to work on YOUR writing!
Portland, Oregon, United States