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Barrington DeMers - Freelance Art & Digital Art
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Biography of Barrington R. DeMers Barrington R. DeMers has been living and working in Bradenton Florida since 1983. Miro, Salvador Dali and Vincent Van Gogh are some of the artists that have inspired his contemporary style in his artwork. He is especially interested in the interaction of the color and form in his abstract expressionist style. He is known by his friends as the “the pixel...
Bradenton, Florida, United States
Uzzi - Freelance Art & Landscape Painting
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Bradenton, Florida, United States

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Melissa Gonzalez - Freelance Art & Painting
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EDUCATION Ph.D in Education Specialization: Higher Education Leadership Capella University January 2012 - present Master of Arts Major: English University of North Carolina at Wilmington 1996 Bachelor of Arts Major: English University of North Carolina at Wilmington 1994 RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE English Instructor Charleston Southern University, Charleston, SC • Taught English composition / rhetoric courses and learning strategies Professional Writing Consultant The Writing Center, Citadel Military College, Charleston, SC • Provided tutorial services in composition, rhetoric, and grammar to Corps of Cadets Marketing Assistant Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS), Marketing Division, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC • Wrote and edited promotional materials for on base events and activities
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Helen H. Chung Los Angeles, CA | hchung5000@gmail.com | 310-966-0208 ___________________________________________________________________________ PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE H2 Communications – Seattle/Los Angeles 2007 – Present Principal • Develop and manage strategic communications programs for various clients. • Specialties include media relations, crisis/reputation management, corporate communications, internal communications and product launches. o Communications consultant for change management program at Hyundai Capital. o Launched non-profit education foundation focused on Hispanic higher education. • Founding board member of Libertas College Preparatory – counsel on community outreach and public awareness programs for proposed charter school in South Central Los Angeles. 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Deputy Communications Director • Developed pro-active communications strategies for broad range of state initiatives in a fast-paced environment. • Served as spokesperson for the Governor to the media. • Managed all media relations activities for Governor at statewide public events. • Managed international and national press during the historical inauguration of the first Asian-American Governor of a mainland state. BROADCAST JOURNALISM EXPERIENCE 1990 – 1996 CNN, CNN International, KING TV (NBC affiliate), KCOY TV (CBS affiliate), KACT (Cable) Producer, Reporter, Writer • Produced daily newscasts for the leading news station in the market. • Produced and worked on live newscasts during major breaking news stories including the Oklahoma City bombing and the Gulf War. • Copy edited and wrote breaking news stories under tight deadlines. • Field produced for CNN’s Atlanta bureau. • Developed and researched in-depth reports for evening newscasts. • Reported general local news stories. 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Jeff McClung - Freelance Writing & Screenwriting
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DEGREES Ph.D. University of New Mexico (1992) Exercise Physiology/Cardiac Rehab M.S. Eastern Illinois University (1983) Exercise Physiology B.S. Ball State University (1977) Health/Physical Education EXPERIENCE Associate Professor in Health Physical Education and Dance BEREA COLLEGE, Berea, KY 2006-Present Clinical Research Associate II UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, KY Division of Internal Medicine, Department of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine 2005-2006 Adjunct Professor in Biology LEXINGTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Lexington, KY 2003-2005 Associate Professor of Kinesiology and Health Studies GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, Georgetown, KY 1999-2004 Assistant Professor of Health and Human Performance WESTERN CAROLINA UNIVERSITY, Cullowhee, NC 1994-1999 Chief Executive Officer CHARLESTON CARDIOLOGY RESEARCH FOUNDATION, Charleston, WV 1993-1994 Adjunct Professor in Health and Human Performance UNIVERSITY OF CHARLESTON, Charleston, WV 1993-1994 Assistant Professor of Physical Education EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 1989-1993 Graduate Assistant UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO 1987-1988 Director of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Department BOONE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Madison, WV 1986-1987 Consulting Director of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation LOGAN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Logan, WV 1987 MONTGOMERY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Montgomery, WV 1987 ST. ELIZABETH HOSPITAL, Charleston, WV 1987 Clinical Exercise Physiologist CHARLESTON AREA MEDICAL CENTER, Charleston, WV 1984-1986 Clinical Exercise Physiologist METHODIST HOSPITAL, Merrillville and Gary, IN 1983-1984 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American College of Sports Medicine American College of Cardiology American Association of Clinical Research Professionals American Association of Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance The National Strength and Conditioning Association PUBLICATIONS, PEER REVIEWED McClung, JA, (2012) “The Physical Fitness of Leopold Bloom.” International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 2, No. 2, January 2012, pp 16-22. McClung, JA, and Ambrose, TK, (2011) “Using Directed Mimicry to Teach Archery to Novices.” International Journal on Health, Wellness, and Society, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp. 79-86. Note: This paper was selected as a finalist (10 highest reviewed papers published in 2011) for the year’s International Award for Excellence in publishing. McClung, JA, and Ambrose, TK, (2010) “A Comparison of Two Instructional Methods for Teaching the Racquetball Forehand to Novices.” The International Journal of Sport and Society. Vol. 1, No. 4, pp 71-75. Georgiev*, KG, Beagle, ME, McClung, JA (2007), “Comparative Analysis on the Effects of Caffeine and Coffee on the Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Response during Rest and Exercise among College Age Women.” Virginia AHPERD, fall, pp 15-18. Tuten, C, McClung, JA(1999) Reducing Muscle Soreness with Arnica Montana: Is it Effective? Alternative and Complementary Therapies. 5:6. pp 369-372. Allen*, J. McClung, JA, Welsch, RA (1998) Ginseng’s Effect on Aerobic Power Following Four Week Administration. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 23:24. pp 43-48. McClung, JA, Tuten, C. (1998) Arnica’s Effect on Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, North Carolina AHPERD, Vol 28, No. 3. McClung, JA., Warren, SG. (1993) Angioplasty of Saphenous Vein Grafts at CAMC: 1982-1992. West Virginia University Research Abstracts Warren, SG., McClung, JA. (1993) The Effect of Antithrombotic Agents on Restenosis of Saphenous Vein Grafts Following Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty. West Virginia University Research Abstracts McClung, JA. (1992) A Comparison of Left Ventricular Systolic Function Between Upright Sitting and Prone Arm Ergometry in Young Adult Females. University of New Mexico Press. McClung, JA. (1983) An Exercise Prescription for an Asthmatic. Microfiche Publications, University of Oregon PRESENTATIONS (Selected) McClung, JA., “The Art of High Speed Video in Kinematic Studies.” First International Conference and Exhibition SCIENCE ART’2012 Moscow, Russia, 01-05 April 2012. Meadows*, A, McClung, JA, “Taiji Improves Kinetic Link Coordination.” 12th Annual Undergraduate Research and Internship Symposium hosted by the Departments of Chemistry and Biology, October, 2011. McClung, JA, and Ambrose, TK, “Using Directed Mimicry to Teach Archery to Novices.” International Conference on Health, Wellness, and Society, Berkeley, CA. January, 2011. McClung, JA, “Physical Literacy: Beyond Sport and Games”, International Conference on Science and Society, Carlos III University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain, November, 2010 Ambrose, TK, McClung, JA, “Human Need for Physical Activity”, PE PAYS Lecture Series, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland, March, 2010 McClung, JA, Ambrose, TK, “A Comparison of Two Instructional Methods for Teaching the Racquetball Forehand to Novices”, International Conference on Sport and Society, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March, 2010? McClung, JA, “Strategies for Increasing Opportunities for Physical Activity in Public Spaces” 4th International Conference on Design Principles and Practices, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, February, 2010 McClung JA, Crockett* A, and Proffitt*, J. “Comparison of Self-Selected Paces for Walking and Stair-Climbing” American College of Sports Medicine, Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 2009 Klamo*, J. McClung, JA. (2004) The Prevalence of Supplement Use in Collegiate Female Athletes. Presented in Minneapolis at NSCA national meeting, July, 2004. Hafer*, J. McClung, JA. (2003) The Prevalence of Eating Disorders in Female Collegiate Soccer Players. Presented in Denver, May 2003 at Association for Eating Disorders national meeting. Sawyer*, J. McClung, JA. (2003) Weight Training Machine Does Not Match Human Strength Curve. Presented at the NSCA national meeting in Indianapolis, July, 2003. McClung, JA., Emmett, JA. (1993) Cardiac Output During Swimming and Pulling in Adult Males. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 25:5 supp. GRANTS WRITTEN (Selected) McClung, JA, “Tai Chi Improves Fundamental Movement Patterns”, Berea College Undergraduate Research and Creative Projects Program, Summer 2011. $7700. McClung, JA, “Self-Selected Walking Pace as a Method to Estimate Maximal Oxygen Consumption”, Berea College Undergraduate Research and Creative Projects Program, Summer 2008. $7600. 2000 Henlein Teaching Fund, Georgetown College, $5000, travel to Costa Rica, Study international health. 1999 Goode Faculty Development Grant, Georgetown College, $7000, for Biomechanics laboratory 1996 Catherine White Foundation, $67,000 Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation Program. 1994 DuPont Pharmaceuticals, $9,500. 1993 SCIMED Life Systems, Inc. $14,815. 1993 DuPont Pharmaceuticals, $21,000 1989 Kellogg Foundation, $150,000, For Wellness program in Madison, WV. EDITOR/REVIEWER IRB Member Member, University of Kentucky Institutional Review Board (Medical) April 2007 to present (appointment to August 2013) Review: >100 New Research Protocols and >200 Continuing Protocols per year Journal Editor Associate Editor: The International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society Associate Editor: International Journal of Sport and Society Associate Editor: Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal Book Reviewer CHOICE Reviews Journal. Have published 5 book reviews of professional books. Aug 11- Feb 12 Academic Committee Member Paris International Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences Research. Paris, France. July 2012. Reviewed 35 abstracts for Paris International Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Reviewed 38 abstracts for the Paris International Congress on Education, Economy and Society. To review 20 full papers. March-May 2012.
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