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Deepa Reddy - Freelance Admin Support & Data Entry
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High Point, North Carolina, United States

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Tristina Green - Freelance Illustration & Art
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My name is Tristina Green I am called Trust Lovely am I an aspiring artist in every sense of the word. I sing, write songs, paint,draw,do graphic designs, write scripts and stories,produce my own songs here and there and I love to bake. I bake cakes mostly.
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Ni'mah - Freelance Article Writing & Proofreading
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Nimo Ali ________________________________________ Bloomington, Minnesota nimoali@gmail.com Currently, I am a student at Metropolitan State University—I’m a junior, majoring in Professional Writing; I’m seeking employment to pay for my tuition and books and/or an internship. I’m a hard working, dependable and responsible person. I’m looking for an employment which I can gain good experience from and improve my writing skills. I love writing and editing. The majority of classes I've taken so far are writing and editing classes. I'm very detailed oriented. Skills Summary: • Customer Service • Computer: Ms Office, 55-60 WPM, • Written and verbal communication: Pursuing BA in writing. • Bilingual: Somali, English • Data Entry Education Metropolitan State University, Saint Paul, Minnesota Bachelor of Arts: Professional Writing (anticipated to graduate fall 2012) San Diego Community college Associates Degree: General Education Volunteer / Community Service community initiatives for children (CIC) volunteer, Minneapolis, MN 20009–2010 • Organize library books, enter data into computer • Created brochure for the library • Translated flyers from English to Somali METROPOLITAN STATE UNIVERSITY: Muslim Student Organization (MSO) Women’s Coordinator 2007-2009 • Accommodate, advance, and promote Muslim students’ best interest at Metro State University • Plan and organize programs and events • Write articles about MSO Habibi Halaqas: Online Web Blog for Muslim Women • Voluntarily write various articles about faith, social, and family.
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Yair Mor - Freelance 3D Animation & 3D Graphic Design
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I am a freelancer 3D character animator, modeler and illustrator. I work for TV, film and games. I love all aspects of computer graphics, from designing to post-production, and I am always looking for ways to enhance my skills. I love sci-fi and fantasy, in games, books and film. The darker the better. I am always looking to take a part in amazing projects.
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John Yeaton - Freelance Animal Illustration & Book Illustration
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I have had a passion for art and design since I was younger. It started out as sketching and evolved into many different fasets of art. I started out after high school creating logo's for local businesses and soon was highered to create and design two local sub shops. I have a great passion for drawing and illustration and would be honored to work with you to produce what you need. Regards, John Yeaton yetty_2005@yahoo.com
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Radiolady - Freelance Editing & Voiceovers
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I work in the media jungle of Toronto, having carved out for myself a niche in reporting, editing, and training in the radio industry. I am currently stuck in a studio as a traffic reporter, but its better in here than out on the roads. I have been involved in the voice-over industry for the past 14 years, focusing soft and medium sell commercials (I really don't like shouting at people). I have numerous TV commercials in Canada and the US, having been trained by the best at Sears & Switzer Acting School and The Second City. I'm worth a second look!
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Alicia Johnson - Freelance Project Management & Creative Writing
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I offer over 20 years in the non for profit field in the areas of: community outreach, film/video (DVDs), program development and special events experience. I am also a trained Advanced Care Facilitator and dynamic speaker. Your project will be transformed, for the positive, from start to finish!!!
Bellwood, Illinois, United States
Anike Kotze - Freelance Illustration & Writing
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I'm a diligent and passionate worker, striving for the best of any situation. My drive is to make any job an accomplishment of which to be proud of. My objective is to provide quality service, making it an asset to companies. I am openly available to any form of critisism, I see it as a form of learning and experience to better my future works.
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Beauty Bragg - Freelance Article Writing & Annual Report Writing
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Beauty Lee Bragg EDUCATION Ph.D., English (2004), University of Texas at Austin. M.A., English (1998), University of Texas at Austin. B.A., English (1994), University of Southern California PUBLICATIONS Refereed Journals “Feminism and the Streets: Negotiating Gender in Urban Fiction” Palimpsest: A Journal on Women, Gender, and the Black International Volume 1, Number 2 (Winter 2012), pp. 237-255. With David Ikard “Introduction” Special Feature “Intersections: Race and Gender Ideologies, Flannery O’Connor and Alice Walker” Flannery O’Connor Review, Volume 6, 2008, pp.56-58. “The ****** and the ************ in Chicana Rap: J.V. vs. Ms. Sancha.” Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism Volume 7, Number 2 (Spring 2007), pp. 1-21. With Louis McFarland. Edited Collections “History (Deposed) by Percival Everett: An account of race, writing, and post-soul aesthetics in A History of the African American People (Proposed) by Strom Thurmond” Accepted by Keith Mitchell and Robin Vander (eds),Percival Everett: Writing Other/Wise, Xavier Review Press, forthcoming. “Edwidge Danticat’s Breath, Eyes, Memory: Historicizing the Colonial Woman.” In Carol Marsh-Lockett, and Elizabeth West (eds) Literary Expressions of African Spirituality, Lexington Books, 2013. Reference Collections “The Autobiography of My Mother (Jamaica Kincaid). Masterplots II: African-American Literature, Revised Edition (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2008). 1,500 words. “Baby of the Family (Tina McElroy Ansa).” Masterplots II: African-American Literature, Revised Edition (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2008). 1,500 words. “The Interruption of Everything (Terry McMillan).” Masterplots II: African-American Literature, Revised Edition (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2008). 1,500 words. “Ngugi wa Thiong’o.” Magill’s Survey of World Literature, Revised Edition (Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2009). Revised biography, analysis, and bibliography sections, added an entry on Wizard of the Crow and created a new section, “Discussion Topics.” Book Reviews “Writing the Future of Black America: Literature of the Hip Hop Generation. Daniel Grassian. Colombia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press, 2009” MELUS The Journal of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the U. S. Volume 35.1 (Spring 2010). “Bambi Haggins. Laughing Mad: the black comic persona in post-soul america. Rutgers University Press, 2007”. The Journal of Popular Culture. Volume 42.1 (February 2009). “Susan Gillman and Alys Eve Weinbaum eds. Next to the Color Line: Gender, Sexuality, and W.E.B. DuBois” Gender Forum 18(2007). On-line and Other “The Importance of Speculation, or Octavia Butler as King Figure.” Bad Subjects: Political Education for Everyday Life. Issue # 76, “Race and Culture.” 1100 words, in keeping with the journal’s mission of appealing to broad audiences with brief, direct articles. “Quiet as it’s Kept: Rap as a Model for Resisting the Academy.” with Louis McFarland. Black Arts Quarterly. Winter, 1998. TEACHING and OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Consultant. NEH Faculty Awards Panel (American Studies). Washington D.C. August 2010. Made recommendations regarding selection of grantees. Interim Coordinator, Women’s Studies Program, Georgia College & State University. 2008 to 2010. Responsible for scheduling of classes, developing programming, recruiting and advising minors. Associate Professor, Georgia College and State University, appointed Fall 2009. Assistant Professor, Georgia College and State University, appointed Fall 2003. Courses Taught: America’s Diverse Cultural Heritage, African American Women’s Literature, African-American Cinema, Multicultural American Literature, Comparative Literature, African American Feminist Thought and Culture, Critical Approaches to Literature (a graduate level course), African American Literature, Introduction to Black Diaspora Studies, Single Author: Jamaica Kincaid, Single Author: Percival Everett, Hip-Hop Culture and Literature, The Writings of W.E.B. 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African-American Women’s Literature and Women of Color: Image and Voice Instructor, Department of English and Foreign Languages, University of Southern Colorado, 1999-2000. Western World Literature, Contemporary African American Literature and Composition 102 Assistant Instructor, Department of English, University of Texas, 1998-1999. Black Literature Assistant Instructor, Division of Rhetoric and Composition, University of Texas, 1996-1998. Freshman Writing and Topics in Freshman Writing Teaching Assistant, University of Texas, 1995-1996. World Literature, Texas Literature, African Literature and Film MEMBERSHIPS National Women’s Studies Association American Studies Association
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Jed James - Freelance Social Marketing & Speech Writing
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I am a young man with a passion for writing. I love politics, international studies, and humanitarianism. That is not to say I am not a sucker for a good fiction novel. My strengths in writing are probably geared toward non-fiction, where I can convey a point, and describe reasons around that point.
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