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Rickey Corporan - Freelance Video Editing & Audio Editing
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Sports Dept. Intern WABC-TV September 2012 – December 2012 (4 months)New York, NY •Provided assistance to video editors •Written scores and play-by-play for different sports •Researched facts and figures on prominent sportspeople •Substituted as a photographer and fill-in host for a demo reel BET.com intern Black Entertainment Television January 2012 – May 2012 (5 months)New York,...
Yonkers, New York, United States
Andrew Joseph - Freelance Audio Editing & Audio Production
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Yonkers, New York, United States

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Shelly - Freelance Creative Writing & Grant Writing
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Profile • Over 11 years of experience in non-profit environment • Grant writing experience with successful track record • Solid working experience with diverse populations • Flexible, ability to multi-task while prioritizing tasks • Proficient computer skills ( Type 55 wpm, Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, Internet research) Professional Experience American Business Corporation/ Job Corps 2011-2013 Cornerstone Solutions, Inc./ Job Corps 2006-2011 Admissions Counselor • Performed and delivered Job Corps Outreach and Admissions services to youth ages 16-24 by conducting orientations, completing applicant interviews, and making program recommendations • Completed recruitment activities through outreach, marketing, and media activities to ensure a positive public image and strong community and employer partnerships • Maintained contact with students throughout enrollment to ensure retention • Maintained direct contact with parents/guardians and center staff to ensure positive program adjustment • Served as mentor to youth to encourage positive decision making • Facilitated youth focus groups to identify needs and address concerns to increase program effectiveness and resolve student issues/concerns Partners In Neighborhood Growth, Inc. Program Coordinator 2006-2011 • Researched and submitted grant proposals to implement and support existing conflict resolution program • Facilitated group sessions to youth ages 14-19 in conflict resolution and career development • Arranged employer speaking engagements and scheduled educational field trips Development Officer 2004-2005 • Prepared and submitted grant proposals to foundations and corporations • Maintained database for financial contributions • Assisted in the development and maintenance of grant budgets • Responsible for speaking engagements to promote program awareness • Served as coordinator and supervisor of lawn maintenance program for youth ages 16-24 The Family Guidance Center of Alabama Eligibility Specialist 2000-2003 • Maintained a caseload of 200 applicants applying for subsidized childcare • Determined eligibility for childcare assistance by conducting face-to-face interviews Instructor • Facilitated a seven-week course in professional skill development • Forged partnerships with local agencies to promote employment opportunities for youth • Completed resumes for all participants • Arranged and scheduled employment interviews for participants Other Work Experience Department of Human Resources – Service Social Worker Alabama Council on Child Abuse Prevention- Parent Educator (volunteer) Rheumatology Specialists of Alabama- Grant Writer Education ExpertRating Solutions, Certificates of Completion Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant (2012), Facilitated by Dr. Beverly Browning Grants Proposal Writing-Advanced (2013), Facilitated by Dr. Beverly Browning Auburn University at Montgomery B.S. Psychology - 1998
Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Leona Charles - Freelance Grant Writing & Business Plan Writing
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Leona is a seasoned professional with over ten years of experience in project management, acquisition and federal procurement reporting. She has proven experience in developing diversity goals in contracting and commercial departments, managing and developing diversity program reviews, policy implementation, advocacy, and strategic research. Key skills include: training, organizing, conducting analysis of organizational and projects, public speaking and staff development. She supports a broad spectrum of clients including the manufacturing industry in the United Kingdom, the US Department of Defense and US nonprofit organizations. Education Certifications Areas of Expertise Masters of Business Administration-University of Phoenix Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (LSSBB) Supplier Diversity Project Management Institute (PMI) Program Management Bachelors of Arts-Criminal Justice University of Texas-San Antonio Total Quality Management (TQM) Organizational Change Management Contracting Procedures and Policies PROFESSIONAL BENCHMARKS Key Areas of Knowledge Diversity Strategy Initiatives, Project/Program Management, Formulation of Program Goals, Program/Project Improvement, Business Analysis/Auditing, Progressive Management Practices, Community/Public Relations, Strategic Partnership Development, Senior Level Management and Leadership Testimony and Presentation, Urban Multicultural Programs and Benchmarking. Subject Matter Expert Demonstrated knowledge of Federal Procurement, ESRS ISSR/SSR, DFARS and FAR Reporting, Maryland and Local regulations with the particular emphasis on Diversity Program Management, Procurement, Budget and Maryland MOU Compliance. Experience in preparing and presenting analysis of Federal contracting goals, Supplier Diversity Programs and the management of procurement reporting requirements. Business Development She has worked with resources and partners on a Federal, state and Local Level to find sources and implement strategic alliances, partnerships and joint venture initiatives for small businesses. Her involvement in multiple private organizations incorporates entrepreneurial knowledge with organizational objectives. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Supplier Diversity Program Manager Southern Maryland Electrical Cooperative (SMECO) January 2014-Present • Increased the percentage of diverse suppliers from 3.42% to 9.25% in 8 months through effective working relationships with internal buyers, employees and vendors. • Oversaw the management of requests for information (RFI’s), Requests for Bids/Invitations to Bids (RFB/ITB’s) and Request for Proposals for 6 departmental buyers. • Created and implemented the Supplier Diversity Council comprised on key buyers from 6 purchasing departments to create purchasing forecasts, developing internal outreach strategies and external vendor outreach events. • Managed the daily compliance of federal and state contract compliance in terms of ISSR/SSR reporting and Public Service Commission diversity goals utilizing knowledge of state and federal contract policies and procedures. • Prepared and analyzed combined unit spending of $125m and oversaw an individual program budget of $300K. • Supervised supplier registration and recommending program changes and/or improvements. • Developed initial program policies and implemented a standard operating procedure for both vendors and buyers. • Developed diverse bidder’s plans and tracked progress. • Independently engaged internal staff, vendors, Public Service Commission and external private organizations. • Oversaw the programming planning decisions, vendor outreach sessions, vendor debriefs and pre-bid meetings. • Served as the single point of contact and the SME for staff to develop effective business initiatives and implementation plans. • Responsible for the presentation of written and oral organizational ideals, plans and goals to the public, private organizations, government agencies and points of contact and to the Public Service Commission. • Responsible for the public testimony on behalf of organization regarding the Supplier Diversity Program and the progress of the program. • Responsible for the oversight and administration of a $50M federal utility contract to include ISSR, SSR and subcontracting reports, subcontractor regulatory compliance,contract modification and regulation adherence. President/CEO SPC Business Consulting - Washington, DC 2008-Present Sample Client List and Accomplishments: Project Summary: Local Utility (SMECO) Ms. Charles is currently assisting Utility Cooperative (SMECO) with the compliance of Federal procurement reporting contract requirements. She ensures each year that the utility cooperative’s ISR and SSR are submitted bi-annually; she assists in the development and formulation of diversity goals, manages ISR and SSR year reporting preparation and submittal, reviews and analyzes SMECO subcontracting and supplier spending. She manages the review of the program progress and related reports. Project Summary: Local Government- (DC Water) Ms. Charles is currently collaborating with DC Water’s Contract Compliance division to develop a Supplier Diversity Program to create a subcontracting pipeline ensuring DC Water meets internal diversity goals for its capital improvement projects. Some of the central responsibilities of the program are to formulate qualified small and minority businesses goals, develop the program objectives, scope, participant requirements and evaluate program progress. Program Goal: The development and implementation of a mentor/protégé program for small businesses subcontractors. Project Summary: Non-Profit (College of Southern Maryland Small Business Development Center) Ms. Charles is currently developing, implementing and overseeing the creation of a DBE pilot Certification program for local small and minority-owned subcontractors in Charles County in partnership with the College of Southern Maryland SBDC. Ms. Charles will oversee program responsibilities such as the formulation and implementation of program objectives, goals and metrics; the development of program acceptance/rejection criteria, the development of a fast track procurement readiness program for unqualified companies, the identification of strategic partners on state, local and federal level to build and a leverage a program pipeline. Ms. Charles will oversee the program participants approximately 20 companies and the project staff. Program Goal: To create a pipeline to the State Highway Administrations Supplier Diversity Program and build capacity for small and minority subcontractors. Project Summary: Professional Organization (Lakenheath Organization Board) Ms. Charles facilitated the coordination of vendor procurement outreach sessions, communicated with potential vendors regarding upcoming opportunities, trained vendors ISSR/SSR reporting requirements, oversaw the evaluation of submitted bids, handled contract compliance oversight, developed scopes of work, sourced vendors and awarded low threshold procurements based on the rule of two. Ms. Charles regularly facilitated pre-bid meetings, formal bid openings, post-award debriefings and kick-off meetings. Ms. Charles oversaw the hiring, training, performance reviews and disciplinary hearings for a staff of 20 and managed over 50 vendors. Community Positions Board Member National Small Business Alliance March 2015-Present Economic Development Council and Technology Committee Leona Charles serves in a committee member capacity representing small and diverse business on a variety of legal and social issues. The purpose of these boards is to provide our membership with advocacy regarding current and pending legislation that effects their ability to do business domestically and internationally. Vice President National Contract Management Association-Chesapeake Bay Chapter July 2014 - Present Leona Charles serves an important and high profile leadership role in the chapter planning, budgeting and implement chapter programs. She is responsible for assessing the professional development, leadership training, day to day operations and continuing education of chapter members conducting chapter workshop sessions on topics such as: ? Contract Management/Subcontractor reporting compliance ? Federal Supplier Diversity Programs ? Joint Ventures and Teaming ? Procurement/Acquisition Regulation and Policy (DFARS/FARS) ? Acquisition Compliance Review ? Contracting Experience and Acquisition Training Secretary/University Initiative Chair-Chair of Membership Committee December 2011-Present Institute of Management Consultants-National Capital Region Leona Charles serves as an integral part of the leadership team for the National Capital Region deciding on leadership strategies, policy decisions, committee responsibilities and day to day operations of the chapter. As the University Initiative chair she is responsible for the business development and relationship strengthening of local University Business Schools and the NCR chapter. Maryland Entrepreneurs Resource List Entrepreneur Consultant 2012-Present Leona Charles works TEDCO providing entrepreneurs within the Technology and Biomedical sectors mentoring companies at all levels including: ? Creating Policy and Procedure ? Development and Training ? Developing Standard Operating Procedures Southern Maryland Black Chamber of Commerce Secretary May 2013-Present Leona Charles works with the Southern Maryland Black Chamber helping to provide an infrastructure and entrepreneurial support to businesses of all sizes within Southern Maryland. She is responsible for ensuring that the chamber is compliant the rules and regulations of a non-profit as well as with the membership bylaws. Along with the other members of the Executive Board, she shapes the image, constructs and managers the membership events, develops and implements initiatives as well as develops business relationships and partnerships for the organization. Key Initiatives: ? Vice Chair of the Annual Procurement and Entrepreneur Expo held at the College of Southern Maryland. ? SMECO Mentor/ Protégé Advisory Council ? 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Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Thomas Broersma - Freelance Illustration & Comic Art
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Dynamic, Fast, Conceptual Designer with a vast artistic background encompassing drawing, painting, and sculpting. Mastery of sequential art (storyboards, comics), book illustration, concept art, character design, murals, prototypes, and toy making. BFA in Illustration from Art Center College of Design 2004, always taking the extra effort to please, always on time, always pushing beyond expectations.
Henderson, Nevada, United States
Carolyn Eckert - Freelance Book Design & Brochure Design
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education Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI BFA in Graphic Design Basel School of Design, Basel Switzerland Winter Session intensive study of color, photography, and design professional experience Storey Publishing, North Adams, MA May 2012 – Present Art Director | Responsible for art directing and designing the covers and interiors for nine books per year on topics including cooking, crafts, sewing, and gardening. Fairchild Books/Condé Nast, New York, NY January 2010 – May 2011 Creative Director | Responsible for overseeing and/or designing the covers and interiors of all of Fairchild’s Fashion and Interior Design books, as well as designing the coffee table title: WWD: 100 Years, 100 Designers for the 100th anniversary of Women’s Wear Daily. Also developed a style guide to improve the design of Fairchild’s books, and oversaw the work of on-staff and outside freelance photo researchers and designers. Wondertime Magazine, Northampton MA January 2005 – March 2009 Art Director | Developed the look of the magazine from prototype, to launch, to its close. Art directed and designed covers, features, and departments. Oversaw all photography and design working closely with the edit staff. Delivered every issue on time and on budget. Hired, trained, and managed a team of eleven art staff members. Freelance Designer, Northampton MA November 1991 – Present Responsible for every aspect of each project from concept through press check. Projects include logos, invitations, websites, catalogs, and books such as: The McCrindle Gift for The National Gallery of Art; Jacques Henri Lartigue, The Invention of An Artist, for Princeton University Press; limited edition letterpress books for artists such as Joel Peter Witkin, John Dugdale, and Sheila Metzner for 21st: The Journal of Contemporary Photography; as well as Debussy’s Paris for the Smith College Museum of Art, as well as many others. Impress, Inc., Northampton MA January 1996 – January 2005 Design Director | Responsible for the design and look of the start-up magazines, Getaways and The Gardener, as well as the re-design of Horticulture magazine. Also designed and produced catalogs for the Forum Gallery, Kolo, and White Flower Farm. Laundy Rogers Design, New York NY Designer | Responsible for concept and design development for projects including: Steelcase parent company logos and screen prototype designs for Nynex Operators. Pellegrini and Associates, New York NY Designer | responsible for design development and production of printed collateral including the Texaco and American Cyanamid Annual Reports. The Morgan Bank, New York NY Freelance Designer | responsible for design development and production of printed in-house collateral. awards | 2013 AAUP Trade Illustrated book design | 2007 ASME finalist | 2006 ASME finalist | 2006, 2008 Folio Gold Awards
Northampton, Massachusetts, United States
Marko Buzina - Freelance Help Desk & Technical Support
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Tammy Perez - Freelance Photography & Event Photography
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Austin-based professional freelance photographer specializing in music and event photography, photojournalism and creative portraiture seeking new, exciting assignments and opportunities. I'm a self-taught, published photographer with over 20 years experience shooting analog and digital portraiture, events and music, and documentary and environmental photography with interests in conceptual, experimental, and fine art photography, traditional and alternative process techniques, color theory, and digital design. Specialized in covering local music, concerts, festivals, and events including SXSW, ACL Festival, Austin Film Festival, ATX Television Festival, MTVu Woodie Awards, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Austin Urban Music Festival, Austin Reggae Fest, Psych Fest, Maverick Music Festival, and Old Settler's Music Festival. I'm a current member of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), Professional Photographers of America (PPA), and National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), and a contributing photographer to Getty/WireImage. My work has been published digitally and in print in the Austin American Statesman and XL Entertainment weekly (currently Austin360 weekly), Austin360.com, Austin Music+Entertainment, Austin Monthly, Boston Globe, NY Daily News, Al Jazeera America, E! Online, PopSugar, TV Guide, and People Magazine. I've established successful professional working relationships with some of the top Marketing, Public Relations, and Event Productions firms and entertainment venues in and outside of Austin, including the Austin Film Festival, SXSW, Emmis Communications (KLBJ Flashback Prom) and Viacom. I am also a proud supporter of HAAM, Project Transitions, Austin Free-Net, SafePlace, local music and the arts. When I'm not in the photo pit I can be found rediscovering the Austin scene with my camera, good friends, and my righteous and veracious English Bulldogs, Fat Boy and Peabody.
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Sourav Deb - Freelance Direct Marketing & Audio Editing
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WORK EXPERIENCE TORONTO DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD - TORONTO, ONTARIO Assembly and Workshop series facilitator - September 2006 - May 2008 ? Facilitate workshops and assemblies for Students and teachers from Junior Kindergarten to University. Capacity Building, help book clients. Video and audio editor. METRAC - TORONTO, ONTARIO Work shop Facilitator - November 2008 - November 2009 ? Facilitate workshops and presentations for classrooms and small groups from ages 6 to 99. TERESA GROUP - TORONTO, ONTARIO Workshop Facilitator, Music Teacher - April 2008 - April 2010 ? Teaching youth how to write and record music. Working with youth directly and indirectly affected by Aids/HIV. TORONTO PUBLIC HEALTH - TORONTO, ONTARIO Presentation Facilitator - September 2008 - April 2011 ? Facilitate presentations for Police foundations students, Policy Makers,University students and High school students regarding mental health and self awareness. Preventative Gun Safety education. Video and Audio editor FIND A WAY MUSIC SCHOOL - TORONTO, ONTARIO Music Teacher and Youth Drop in Worker - January 2012 - May 2014 ? Teaching youth and adults how to Write and record music, simultaneously providing lessons in Grassroots marketing. Video and Audio Editor WARRIORS WITHOUT BORDERS - TORONTO, ONTARIO Independent Contract outreach Worker - March 2012 - Present ? I travel across the world on independent contracts, facilitating workshops, presentations, public speaking events and assemblies. Themes include, but are not limited to: Medical Music Lessons "Prevention through artistic expression" Misconceptions of Masculinity "Breaking down the media stereotypes of 'manhood' and the violent and sexist nature attached to it" Humanitys Puzzle Pieces "Speak about systemic Violence against Women and Children through the media and what the concept of violence really is. Why is it important to be aware of this problem as a man" Knowledge of Self "Importance of Identity" The Look Book series "Semi Autics 101, Read the signs and between the lines" The Art Of Peace Keeping "Inner and external conflict resolution" Log On "Internet Safety" Chakra Doctor "exploring the chakras and metaphysics" SAFE ONLINE EDUCATION - VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA Public Speaker, Facilitator - January 2015 - Present ? Facilitating Workshops, presentations and assemblies for Students, parents and educators about internet safety. The Federation of Community Social Services of BC? Video and Audio Editor EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Completed coursework towards Social Studies, Sep 2007 ? After 1 yea of Sociology and Equity studies 101, I received work opportunity in my field which i could not turn down. Since then, I have acquired priceless hands on experience and knowledge in the broad field of social work. ADDITIONAL SKILLS ? -Hip Hop Professor -Songwriter -Producer -Teacher -Public Speaker -Juno Nominated Musician - Motivational Speaker -Youth Worker -Relief Worker -hands on knowledge with Homelessness and Addiction -Experience working in all environments -Assemblies, -Workshops, Elementary schools, High Schools, Universities, Board Rooms & Community Centers. - Individual lessons taught in a positive and supportive environment - 15+ years extensive teaching and performing experience w/children, teens & adults. - Recognized around the world as a staple in the Underground Hip Hop Scene - Co-Founder of The International artists collective “Empty Handed Warriors” and Toronto's Hiphop Media/Promotion/Clothing Line "Stolen From Africa" - Has conducted extensive workshop tours throughout the high schools of the TDSB - Extensive knowledge, 10 years+, experience and community work with at-risk, low income youth - · Efficient time management and organizational skills - Developed many workshop outlines for youth engagement and self-empowerment seminars - The ability to speak to the youth and the policy makers which affect them in an honest yet effecitve manner (i.e. Public Health conference, World AIDS conference) - Organizing and conducting youth groups and individua l counselling - Works well both independently and as part of a team - · Critical understanding of the issues faced by youth who are poor and alienated - Excellent interpersonal, verbal, written and listening skills - Ability to manage difficult situations using conflict resolution skills - Advocates with and on behalf of youth through community empowerment - Familiar with the dialects of English spoken by the youth from the Caribbean, Asia and the Americas.
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Thitiphong Luangaroonlerd - Freelance Graphic Design & Animal Illustration
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EDUCATION New York University, New York, NY Tisch school of the Arts, Interactive Telecommunication Program Master of Professional Science, sponsored by Fulbright and Tisch scholarship (graduate date: May 2012) Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand Architecture Faculty, Department of Industrial Design 2 years in Architecture and 3 years in Industrial Design Bachelor of Industrial Design, 2001-2006 EXPERIENCE Interaction design, User interface design Designed and prototyped iPad and iPhone apps for National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C. Originate an iPhone application and physical objects to help people start doing meditation in the New York city Exhibition Design Designed exhibition space for three cultural museums in Thailand; Rattanakosin Exhibition hall, Amphawa cultural heritage museum and Lohaprasat (Metal castle) museum. Worked on contexts and content researches, storytelling, space design, interaction design and production process Featured in group Art exhibition at Invisible Dog Art Center and ITP shows at Tisch School of the Arts Graphic Design Designed a book called “The Eagle & The Elephant” for the celebration of 175th Anniversary Thai - US relation, published by Thailand Ministry of Foreign Affairs Served as a sketch artist for project proposal and detail design for Potion Design with various types of clients such as, Central park Conservancy, Cooper -Hewitt National Design Museum, Guinness Storehouse Design for non profit organization Developed a Mobile edutainment media concept with UNICEF for rural village area in Northern Uganda Designed campaigns for Thai Rural Network which aims to promote volunteerism in Thailand collaborated with NGOs and scholars. Initiated environmental campaign for used papers by reusing paper for making new design products such as notebook, notepad Children's book publishing Co-authored and illustrated children books “Grandpa tree” and “Who lives in this tree?” research and develop interactive storytelling for children on iPad and Android tablet Product Design Designed a water hyacinth hanging chair “Lotus” for Yothaka International Co.,Ltd, www.yothaka.com, in Thailand Received the first prize for Ford future car design competition in Motor Expo 2003, Thailand. TECHNICAL SKILLS Model prototyping, Machine shop, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, FinalCutPro, AfterEffects, Indesign Arduino, Processing, C++, Openframework, MaxMSP, PureData, Html5, CSS3 EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Developer, interaction designer and sketch artist, Potion design company, www.potiondesign.com New York, NY, USA, 2011-present Exhibition designer and creative, Rightman Co.,Ltd., www.rightman.co.th Bangkok, Thailand, 2009-10 Social creative and Art director, Thai Rural Network Organization Bangkok, Thailand, 2006-7
Jackson Heights, New York, United States