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Lu Bailey - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Grant Writing
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I have more than 15 years of entrepreneurial, non-profit management and fundraising experience. I have directed a variety of tasks ranging from major donor initiatives, capital campaigns, and long-range strategic planning to branding and cause-related marketing campaigns. During the last three years, I have secured and managed the following grants/donations: Foundation Grants ...
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Cassie Richardson - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Content Writing
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$70
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PR Savvy Freelance Writer PROFESSIONAL PROFILE High performance writer with a proven track record of furthering organizational goals and objectives publication in corporate, health care and academic organizations. Core competencies include: • Strategic Communications Planning • Publication Development • Executive Messaging • Reputation and Brand Management • Public...
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Corinne L. Henry - Freelance Grant Writing & Annual Report Writing
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$30
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Accomplished writer with a journalism background and 12 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising. I have a proven track record in the areas of foundation and government grant writing/ management, direct mail and fundraising appeals, online appeals, and content writing for the web, newsletters and annual reports. I have also worked in the areas of capital campaigns, major gifts, and special...
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Ulysses Chambers - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Business Plan Writing
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Ulysses H. Chambers Job Objective: I work as a professional writing and research consultant in the areas of business, politics, finance, education, human services. My areas of specialization include grant writing, strategic and business plan writing, accreditation narrative preparation and planning, speech writing, annual report writing, and major editing. Job Experience: 2008-...
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Beth Cerrado - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Auditing
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Chicago, Illinois, United States

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Matthew J. Kiel mjk5073@rit.edu 6000 Reynolds Drive #0799 Phone: 770-530-5793 Rochester, NY 14623 EDUCATION ROCHESTER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BFA Candidate in the School of Film and Animation, focus in animation Class of 2013 CHESTATEE HIGH SCHOOL Class of 2009, Graduated in top 20 of the class Attended Savannah College of Art and Design Summer Seminar: Took classes in animation and video June 2008 Worked on school announcements: filmed, edited, and worked with green screen compositing, used Adobe Premiere Pro 2008 EDUCATIONAL AWARDS RIT Achievement Scholarship Knights of Columbus Scholarship RIT Deans List, Spring 2010/Winter 2011/Spring 2011 SKILLS Proficient in Final Cut Pro, Adobe Flash, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Premiere Pro, Dragon Stop Motion, and FrameThief WORK EXPERIENCE HALL BIOSCIENCE, Graphic and Web Designer May 2009 – August 2009 / May 2010 – August 2010 Created several websites, numerous brochures, and videos for the pharmaceutical company’s line of products. Gained experience using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Final Cut Pro, and other programs while working with fellow employees in an office setting. EXTRACURRICULARS RIT JUGGLING CLUB, Officer/Club Coach (beginning 2010) 2009 – present Juggling Club Officer: 2010-2011 Aid in club activities and management—including the RIT Spring Juggle-In Festival—run juggling instructional sessions, perform in shows, and choreograph club juggling routines. RIT PHOTO HOUSE August 2009 – May 2010 On floor member. Participated in floor activities and fundraising. CHESTATEE HIGH SCHOOL JUGGLING CLUB, President/Founder Ran weekly meetings and managed club activities. CHESTATEE HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND, Trumpet section leader 2008 Led a group of over 10 other band members. LINK TO MY ANIMATION PORTFOLIO AND ART/GRAPHIC DESIGN PORTFOLIO Animations: http://mattkielanimation.tumblr.com/ Art: http://mattkielanimation.deviantart.com/ Graphic Design: http://mattkielproductions.deviantart.com/
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Adrienne Button _________________ Experience 2008-present Georgia Gwinnett College, Lawrenceville, GA Reference & Instruction Librarian Instruction • Teach students and faculty to makes effective use of library resources through general and subject specific library instruction • Liaison to the School of Liberal Arts, working to embed information literacy student learning outcomes into the liberal arts curriculum • Developed an Information Literacy Instruction Menu (a marketing and planning tool that introduces faculty to the services and instructional capabilities of Reference Department and embeds information literacy student learning outcomes into library instruction) • Assess instruction and information literacy skills via course evaluations and active learning activities • Piloting semester-long integration program in selected Biology courses. • Create and market Echo360 Tutorials highlighting library services and resources Reference • Assist patrons through a variety of formats, in person, via telephone and email, and in regularly scheduled reference desk shifts • Create and maintain series of general subject and course-specific LibGuides (subject reference guides) Service • Institutional Educational Goal Team (writing and oral competencies) • Partners in Active Learning Committee • Designed and delivered “Amazing Library Race” for Freshman Orientation 2007- 2008 Student Learning Center, University of Georgia Athens, GA Reference & Instruction Librarian, Assistant Professor Instruction • Liaison to Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Women’s Studies departments • Taught UNIV 1120, a team-taught class incorporating emerging technologies with multiple instruction sessions and independent graded assessment • Created Freshman Seminar 1020 “Fair and Balanced Truthiness: Researching the Elections” a one-hour credit class for Fall 2008 Collection Development • Selector for Social Sciences • Select research resources in a wide variety of formats and languages • Provide instructional and reference assistance in the use of these materials • Evaluate the current collections, making withdrawals when necessary • Allocate the materials budget and perform selection in a systematic manner that maximizes coverage, minimizes gaps, and avoids unnecessary duplication • Base changes on continuing evaluation of collections, evolving academic programs, and library use patterns Reference • Conduct scheduled one-on-one research consultations (primarily graduate level consultations in the disciplines of Social Work, Psychology, Women’s Studies and Sociology). • Promote the use of electronic and print resources at the reference desks of the Main Library and the Student Learning Center • Design and conduct “Google Workshops” • Created online information literacy and library resource tutorials (voice over screencasts showcasing library resources and services) • Participate in Research Referral Program Service • Represent the library at freshman and graduate student orientation sessions • Serve as the SLC representative to the Library Staff Association • Participate in marketing campaign highlighting availability of library resources and services available in the SLC 2006-2007 North Georgia College and State University Dahlonega, GA Assistant Professor & University Librarian Instruction, Reference, and Collection Development • Provide reference and research services in-person and remotely, via telephone and electronically, to students, faculty, staff, and the community. • Design, develop, deliver, market, and assess information literacy and library instruction in collaboration with the faculty in the School of Arts & Letters • Recommend print, media, and electronic library collection in collaboration with faculty and others. Monitor collection allocations, acquisitions, cataloging, and notification in assigned areas. Market and promote library collection to faculty, students, and the community. • Represent the library and university at campus, local, state, regional, and national meetings and conferences as voting delegate. 2003-2006 Gwinnett University Center Library (now Georgia Gwinnett College) Lawrenceville, GA Library Assistant III (Information Services) • Maintain and deliver library services to the academic community. • Regular reference desk shifts providing reference assistance. Schedule reference desk coverage. • Serve as key support to reference, instruction/programming, and collection management activities. • Facilitate the scheduling of library instruction and programs. • Assist in the selection, ordering and receipt of materials • maintain collection, instruction, and reference statistics • process incoming serials and claims • create displays and handouts highlighting library resources and services Education 2008-2009 University of West Georgia Carrollton, Georgia Graduate Certification as a Media Specialist 2003-2005 University of South Florida Tampa, Florida Masters of Library and Information Science 1996 - 1999 University of Georgia Athens, Georgia Bachelor of Arts in History Selected Presentations • Button, A. & Morris B. (2006, March). In the Business of Learning. Workshop on trial business databases conducted with business faculty, foundation members, community leaders, and campus career counselors, Stewart Library, North Georgia College and State University, Dahlonega, GA. • Button, A., Housknecht, J., & Whitley, B. (2007, October). Activities as Assessment. Conducted a workshop that developed ways to incorporate active learning activities as assessment tools in undergraduate and graduate library instruction, Georgia Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA. • Button, A., Bursi, P., & Housknecht, J. (2009, September). Assessing Student Learning. Conducted workshop on using active learning as a method of assessment, including in-class exercises in one-time instruction sessions and collaborating with classroom faculty to embed information literacy skills into course rubrics. This workshop covered developing learning outcomes, class activities, and various assessment approaches. Georgia Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA. • Button, A. (2010, Ocotber). Do you Google? Presentation to students and faculty on using various search operators and resources within Google searching. Fall into Technology Fair. Student Learning Center, GGC, Lawrenceville, GA.
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