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David Pringle - Freelance Animal Illustration & Book Illustration
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I am a classically trained illustrator, portrait artist and caricaturist for over 20 years. specialising in portraits, caricatures and cartoons of peoples and animals but my experience and interests run much further. Working primerily in pastel but also work in pencil, charcoal and oil along with digital illustration. All styles can be applied for the desire effect; from photorealism to...
Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
John Chamberlain - Freelance Portrait Painting & Book Illustration
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I am a graduate from Edinburgh College of Art, having studied B.A. Hons in Illustration. I am trained to produce detailed drawings and paintings using oils,acrylics, inks, nib pens, fineline pens, graphite pencils and Japanese brushes. My inspirations are in portrait paintings, museum trips, old movie posters, European comics, and documenting the world around me in sketchbooks.
Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
Kate-Mia - Freelance Book Illustration & Drawing
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Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
Poshfruit Creative - Freelance Animal Illustration & Book Illustration
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Freelance illustrator, mural artist and tutor of art.
Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom

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Willard Hine - Freelance Article Writing & Press Release Writing
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WILLARD R. HINE III Writer seeking new opportunities. EDUCATION WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, Pullman, WA December 2001 Bachelor of Arts, Social Science SKILLS Writing • Internet Research EXPERIENCE ALEX MAMUTIN, Online at Upwork.com November 2018 Online Marketer and Writer Created short ads for the company and posted them to Craigslist and similar sites Posted images with the ads Published ads and submitted links to the manager Wrote brief marketing articles for the company PRESS ADVANTAGE, Online October 2018 – January 2109 Press Release Writer Created and wrote 750-word count press releases according to company's and client's guidelines Researched the client online Submitted releases to the customer through the company website Made all revisions as requested PREL GROUP, California April. 2018 – June 2018 Online Marketer Received ads and images for financial services to be posted on Craigslist Posted three ads per day Published ads and submitted links to manager ROBERT JOHNNY, Houston, TX Jan. 2018 – March 2018 Online Marketer Received emails with text and photos to be posted on Craigslist Saved photos on my hard drive and posted ads on Craigslist Published real estate ads and submitted links to Robert Johnny LEHRER FINANCIAL & ECONOMIC ADVISORY SERVICES, Houston, TX Sept. 2016 – Jan. 2018 Business Development Manager Marketed consulting services via telephone and emails Prepared introductory letters and emails Used the Internet to research prospects, marketing info, etc. Services offered included Expert Witness and Medical Practice Valuations Maintained spreadsheets of law firm and medical practice leads ADDITIONAL Founded and served as president for investment club Past Volunteer Coordinator for Houston Area League of PC Users (HAL-PC) Manage Willard's World website
Houston, Texas, United States
Na - Freelance German Translation & Legal Translation
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NATHAN WIEGAND EDUCATION • Master of Arts in German translation from Kent State University, May 2013 GPA at Kent State University: 3.8. • B.A. in German Summa *** Laude from Illinois State University, including two semesters in Germany at the University of Marburg. GPA at Illinois State University: 3.9. • Associates Degree in Horticulture from Illinois Central College GPA at Illinois Central College: 3.0. WORK EXPERIENCE Freelance Translator July 2011 - present • Position - translator. Accurate translation of documents from German to English with attention to detail. Stoney Creek Landscaping April 2011 - August 2011 • Position - landscaper. Successfully did landscape maintenance and installed landscaping. Outdoor Creations 2005 - 2008 • Position - landscaping business owner. Successfully sold landscaping, did accounting, and installed landscaping. Precision Planting 2004 - 2005 • Position - production foreman. Learned valuable leadership skills. TRANSLATION EXPERIENCE Freelance Translator • Eleven songs of a pre- 20th century song book. • Power of attorney from 1800s and will from 21st century • Website text and spec sheets for light fixtures. • 61 pages of a diary from 1866. • Coursework at Kent State University in translation. • Sermons and letters from 19th century and early 20th century. ACHIEVEMENTS/AWARDS • Received 2011-2012 JTG Scholarship from the American Translators Association. • Made Dean’s List in fall semester 2010 at Illinois State University. • Received 2009 German alumni scholarship from Illinois State University. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS • Student Member of the American Translators Association. • Member of the Northeast Ohio Translators Association. REFERENCES • References available upon request.
Doylestown, Ohio, United States
Tamara Cox - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Editing
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Tamara J. Cox Home PO Box 1061 St. Charles, Illinois 60174 847 841-7988 Tamarajcox@hotmail.com EDUCATION Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL ? 1999 Master of Public Administration Concentration: Health Care Administration Thesis: “Behaviors That Place Adolescents at Risk For Chlamydia trachomatis: An Analysis” University of Arkansas ? 1991 B.S. in Food Service Management Minor: Chemistry Concentration: Nutrition CERTIFICATIONS AWARDS • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary, Office of the Regional Health Administrator/Assistant Surgeon General, Office of Family Planning – Cash Award for Exceptional Rating (highest possible rating) for Annual Job Performance ? 2010, 2009, 2008 • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention On-The-Spot Cash Award for work done as Interim Director of Adolescent Programs and planning and facilitating the Chicago Public Health and Corrections Institute ? 2004 • National Commission on Correctional Health Care’s Certified Correctional Health Professional Certification (CCHP) ? 2004 • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Performance Appraisal Cash Award for Outstanding Annual Job Performance (highest possible rating) ? 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002 • Congressional Black Caucus Spouses Unsung Hero in Health Care Recipient ? 2000 • General Mills and 7th Congressional District Health Care Scholarship Recipient ? 1999 • Disease Intervention Specialist Certification by demonstration and exam, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ? 1997 • Food Service Sanitation Certification by exam, Illinois Department of Public Health ? 2002, 1992 HEALTH CARE EXPERIENCE 2008 – Present U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary, Office of Assistant Secretary for Health, Office of Population Affairs; Office of Family Planning, Region V –Office of the Regional Health Administrator/Assistant Surgeon General Chicago, IL Public Health Advisor GS-13 [Region V Program Consultant for the Office of Family Planning] Develops, monitors, implements, and evaluates a variety of current or projected complex, interdisciplinary public health programs involving governmental organizations and non-governmental organizations from multiple sectors at the community, State, and national levels. Develops and applies new or revised program methods, organizational structures, and technologies to carry out program objectives. Analyzes public health policies, programs, and statistical standards to advise senior management on public health policies, operations, products, and services. Plans, manages, and evaluates public health programs, projects, and study activities associated with program activities of offices and agencies. Serves as a team leader in many instances and establishes program standards, policies, strategies, goals and evaluation plans. Collects and interprets data and information from a variety of sources and prepares responses to inquiries. Writes advanced issue and background papers, a variety of reports, program policies, proposals, and other substantive program documentation Provide overall direction and oversight for Office of Population Affair’s regulated Title X funding for Family Planning Services for Region V, which includes the states of: Minnesota, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Wisconsin. Serve as Project Officer activities for 13 funded grantees. Evaluate program accomplishments through review of reports and site visits and determine program effectiveness and to formulate corrective action where indicated. Responsible for the development and implementation of review criteria which address programmatic concerns and provide technical assistance and guidance for OASH staff, grantees and other interested parties. Represent Region V at a variety of meetings, prepare a variety of reports, position papers and briefing materials related to reproductive and public health in general. Manage an overall budget of $40.6 Million. Plan the work to be accomplished by staff, set and adjust short-term and long term goals and objectives of program priorities, and prepare schedules for completion of the work. I determine the knowledge level and special talents of the staff when assigning work related elements, and evaluate work performance of staff; give advice, mentorship, to staff on both work and administrative matters; interview candidates for positions; recommend appointment, promotion, or reassignment to such positions hear and resolve complaints from staff; involved in all levels of disciplinary actions and outcome determinations; identify developmental training needs of staff, providing or arranging for needed development and training find ways to improve productivity and increase the quality of the work; and develop performance standards. 2002-2008 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention field placed with the Chicago Department of Public Health Chicago, IL Lead Public Health Advisor - Special Projects for Corrections and Adolescents GS-13 Lead Public Health Advisor - Special Projects for Corrections GS-12 [Director of Correctional and Adolescent Health] • Provided overall direction and supervision of adult and juvenile corrections based STD/HIV program teams; administer all special projects that directly/indirectly relate to incarcerated or recently released populations; plan and implement bi-annual Chicago Public Health and Corrections Institute-national conference designed for public health and corrections officials; co-chair the Illinois Public Health and Corrections Task Force; serve as advisor for subsequent committees and local health departments and departments of corrections; liaison between Cook County Jail, Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center, and Illinois Youth Center of Chicago; provide oversight for all adolescent programming; provide operational management for the Chicago Department of Public Health STD/HIV Prevention and Care Program; co-manage a total staff of 150 FTEs; directly manage a staff of 12; represent program at various venues relating to correctional health care and/or infectious diseases; grant writing to seek funds to sustain or enhance projects; manage 6 separate budgets totaling over $1,500,000. Planned the work to be accomplished by staff, set and adjusted short-term and long term goals and objectives of program priorities, and prepared schedules for completion of work. I determined the knowledge level and special talents of the staff when assigning work related elements, and evaluated work performance of staff; gave advice and mentorship, to staff on both work and administrative matters; interviewed candidates for positions; recommended appointment, promotion, or reassignment to such positions; adjudicated and resolved complaints from staff; involved in all levels of disciplinary actions and outcome determinations; identified developmental training needs of staff, provided or arranged for needed development and training found ways to improve productivity and increase the quality of the work; and developed performance standards. Cook County Department of Public Health Oak Park, IL; Maywood, IL 1997-2002 STD Prevention and Intervention Department ******** Transmitted Diseases Surveillance Manager Special Projects Coordinator Disease Intervention Specialist Tracked and investigated over 2,000 cases of reportable STDs per month; perform statistical analysis and grant writing; primary liaison between health care providers and state/federal health officials; liaison between Cook County Jail and Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center; troubleshooter and overall resource person for department; co-supervise a professional staff of 10 FTEs; field investigations focusing on disease intervention and health care provider compliance; training staff, physicians, nurses, corrections officers, detention counselors, and other personnel regarding STD symptoms and treatment; monitored reporting and regulation compliance; health educator; STD counselor/specialist; writing and editing material and information for external distribution; writing policy and procedures for surveillance issues; wrote job description for departmental positions; implemented quality assurance measures; maintain an annual operational budget $200,000; planned special collaborations with health care professionals in correctional facilities throughout Illinois; planned and coordinated disease intervention activities for 15 suburban Cook county community based organizations. 1996-1997 Women, Infant, and Children’s Supplemental Food and Nutrition Program Diet Technician/Nutritionist Administered the WIC Program; counseled individuals and families regarding various nutritional aspects; determined program eligibility for over 400 families per month; conducted daily nutritional presentations and workshops for groups of 25 or more. 1995-1996 Methodist Hospital of Chicago Chicago, IL Dietary Assistant to Nutrition Director Operational aspects for department; managed an office and technical staff of 35 FTEs; continual training of staff on a variety of nutritional aspects; implemented policies and procedures in relation to JCAHO evaluations; continuous quality management; nutritional assessments and consultations; discharge nutritional plans for individuals and families; nutritional medical charting and documenting. 1992-1995 Community Care Skilled Nursing Facility Chicago, IL Foods and Nutrition Director Maintained a departmental budget of $300,000 per year (based on a census of 190 residents); wrote, designed, and implemented policies and procedures for department; total quality management; supervised15 FTEs; improved productivity, motivation, and overall performance appraisals by 100% after first year in position; designed and implemented all medical and clinical aspects relating to nutritional aspects of residents. 1993-1995 Mavin Enterprises Lincolnwood, IL Management Consultant Performed management consulting functions for several privately owned skilled nursing facilities; provided workshops and trainings for managers and front line supervisors; conducted performance outcomes evaluation and time management analysis’ 1991- 1993 ARA Food Service Management Oak Brook, IL Management Reserve Manager Completed extensive food service management training course; provided technical assistant and managerial coverage for 4 long term care facilities; assisted with budget preparation and inventory procurement; responsible for reserve managing a collective staff of over 200 FTEs. RELATED EXPERIENCE Illinois Public Health and Corrections Task Force Co-Chair, Chicago, IL 2002 – 2008 Provide overall direction of the 190 + members of the Task Force with the mission of formulating policy and collaborations that focus on integrating public health and corrections. Product Promoter/Marketer, The Eleven Agency Kingwood, TX 2004-Present ? Promote products and services for various companies and/or organizations for the purpose of increasing sales volume and/or customer awareness. Elected Official-Public Library Trustee, Broadview Public Library District, Broadview, IL 1999-2006 ? Board Secretary; Chair of Minutes Review and Funding Raising Committees Oversee daily fiscal and operational aspects of public library district. Sales and Special Events Volunteer, Living Word Christian Center, Forest Park, IL 1997-Present ? Assist with marketing and sale of products produced by the Center and their supporters. Copy and Content Editor, Covenant Publishing Company, Oak Park, IL 1997-1998 ? online and printed documentation. RECENT PRESENTATIONS, PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS • Getting Out and Staying Healthy co-producer and editor for the Chicago Reentry Project’s documentary and monograph 2008 • Title X Updates key note presentation for the Michigan Department of Community Health’s annual Updates in Family Planning Conference, Grand Rapids, MI 2008 • MR Joesoef (GA), HS Weinstock (GA); CK Kent (CA), JM Chow (CA), MR Boudov (LA), F Parvez (NY), T Cox (IL), T Lincoln (MA), D Harpe (WI), J Miller (CA), M Samuel (CA), D Helms (GA) Gender and Age Correlates of Chlamydia Prevalence in Adolescents and Adults Entering Correctional Facilities, 2002 – 2004: Policy Implications. · Journal of ******** Transmitted Diseases 2007 • Jennifer Broad, MPH; Tamara Cox, MPA; Sergio Rodriguez, MD; Mohamed Mansour, MD, PhD; Concetta Mennella, MD; Dorothy Murphy-Swallow, MS, RN; John The Impact of Discontinuation of Male STD Screening Services at a Large Urban County Jail : Chicago , 2002-2004. • The Chicago HIV Re-entry Project: It Takes a Community for the 16th Annual State of Illinois HIV/STD Conference, Springfield, IL 2007 • Integrating Public Health and Corrections Guest Lecturer for the University of Illinois @ Chicago School of Public Health-Epidemiology and Biostatistics EPID 594 Public Health and Corrections Spring Semester • 2007 • STDs in the Community: Making a Case for Treating in the Jail for the Annual Conference of the Society of Correctional Physicians, Atlanta, GA • 2006 • Chicago Department of Public Health Correctional Health Initiatives Overview for Region III Infertility Prevention Project Committee Meeting, Silver Spring, MD •2006 • Can We Get There From Here? Improving Chlamydia Screening in Juvenile Justice Centers: The Chicago Experience for The National STD Conference Jacksonville, FL ? 2006 • Broad J, Cox T, Rodriguez S, Mansour M, Mennella C, Murphy D, Raba J, Wong W. The Impact of Discontinuation of Male STD Screening Services at a Large Urban County Jail – Chicago, 2002-2004 ? 2005 • A Major New Player in Urban Health Care: The Criminal Justice System presentation at the University of IL at Chicago College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs Great Cities Institute Winter Forum ? 2005 • Reintegration Services for the Formerly Incarcerated Individuals Living with HIV presentation at the state of Illinois Annual HIV/STD Conference in Springfield, IL ? 2005 • The Illinois Public Health/Corrections Task Force University of IL at Chicago Public Health in Illinois Journal Volume 6, Number 1 ? Summer 2005 • HIV Discharge Planning in Corrections Workshop presentation for public health and department of correctional facilities throughout IL in East St. Louis and Batavia, IL ? 2005 • Re-entry for HIV Positive Inmates: Results from the Corrections Demonstration Project and Corrections and Public Health Team Development presentations for the American Correctional Association Annual Congress of Correction in Chicago, IL ? 2004 • HIV, AIDS and TB: How Choice Influence Health, presentation for Cook County Sheriff’s Department of Women’s Justice Services Annual Conference for Female Ex-Offenders in Chicago, IL ? 2004 • Collecting Public Health Data to Document the Burden of HIV/AIDS on Incarcerated Populations, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, Issue Brief, Referenced via Personal Communication ? July, 2003 • Chicago Department of Public Health’s Infectious Diseases Initiatives Targeting Incarcerated Youth, National Conference on Correctional Health Care, Austin, TX ? 2003 Summary of presentation highlighted in Moving Forward Corrections & HIV news magazine ? January, 2004 • Planned and Facilitated Chicago Public Health and Corrections Institute, Chicago, IL ? 2004, 2003, 2002 • Screening Initiatives at Alternative Sentencing Programs Within the Cook County Jail, Illinois Department of Public Health HIV/STD Annual Conference, Springfield, IL ? 2002. • Planned and Facilitated Cook County Department of Public Health’s Syphilis Elimination Coalition, Oak Park, IL ? 2001, 2000 • Behaviors That Place Adolescents at Risk for Chlamydia trachomatis: An Analysis (unpublished thesis) ? 1999 RECENTLY FUNDED GRANTS Substance Abuse, HIV and Hepatitis Prevention for Minority Populations and Minority Reentry Populations in Communities of Color, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: Amount awarded annually: $250,000 ? 2008, 007, 2006, 2005 HIV Discharge Planning for Corrections, Illinois Department of Public Health HIV Section Amount awarded annually: $1,000,000 • 2008, 2007, 2006, 2004 Monitoring Prevalence of STDs/TB Infections in Persons Entering Correctional Facilities, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Amount awarded annually: $88,825 ? 2004, 2003, 2002 MEMBERSHIPS Academy of Correctional Health Care Professionals American College of Healthcare Executives American Correctional Association American Library Association American Public Health Association Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Watsonian Society Health Medicine and Policy Girls Advocacy Group Illinois Library Association Illinois Public Health Association Living Word Christian Center Mayor Richard M. Daley’s Reentry Planning Committee Timothy Christian Schools Society Women of Power Alumni Association Advisory Board
Elgin, Illinois, United States
John P. Pierre - Freelance Creative Writing & Writing
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Purified Sands I heard a great explosions Across the Long Island sound If we can't stop these wars in time We won't be around I hear children's laughter It's so playfully sweet Without them to guide our hearts We will be incomplete Let's emerge on anger in water And dissolve them once more I can hear our Maker crying As his tears pours We can be stronger leaders Oh Let us not turn to hate Let's follow the United Nations guidelines And help the remaining feuding countries consummate Let's shed tears and laughter with countries across the globe It's time to exchange our bleeding robes In for a brighter white Let's be just like the Milky Way So high in the Heavens We'll be forever bright By, John P. Pierre Evanston IL 5/14/2/15 © John P. Pierre, a day a Dedicated to the World Heart • Insightful • Leaders • Mind • Soul Calming Inflamed Waters I forgot the music In the palm of my hand I lost my stability To make me able to stand Give me the strength To shoot for the stars ]To reach out to someone Asking them how they are Sharing with the world All our kindness and peace When will these wars on Earth Ever Completely cease So the hatred in the world Will completely disappear with ease By, John P. Pierre Evanston, IL. 5/14/2015 © John P. Pierre, a day ago Dedicated to the World A Verse of Love Alone I've often wondered, What brings down the moon? When the dawn rises, I feel so out of tune! When will majestic last forever, From Twilight passed the dawn. Will beautiful reflections, Go way beyond? From day by day we've watched the years go by. Wouldn't it be so wonderful to send our loving memories, Together way up In the clear blue sky. Trying to hug a loved one, After they have passed away. Wouldn't it be more comforting, And so much soothing in ours hearts? So our agony does linger while we are miles apart. If together we could find a way, To make tragedy wither to the ground. God turn back time please turn our life around I've heard life afterwards is sweeter Then we know it to be on the earth Take courage and move forward Until we hear the angels ring Until that moment rises I long four our soul to sing. By, John P. Pierre Evanston, IL 5/14/2015 Love • Death • Longing • Pain His Kingdoms’ Road Teardrops to Heaven Ascend to the sky I gave them to God To help me revive Rejuvenate my emotions They are off key Can you send me a note A sweet melody To abrasive and harsh words Like annoying birds I need to cleanse them To make myself pure Give me a measure of tamed Along with some roses and tulip To plant in my heart Hence it’s starting rain My broken bones and organs in my heart Can you send me a seamstress Because I’m falling apart By, John P. Pierre Evanston, IL 5/10/2015 © John P. Pierre To be Healed is Bliss We came to see you Overjoyed at the fact That you'll be O.K. You just need some rehab Before they send you on your way It could have been different Although everything will turn out fine So your daughters will raise their glasses and toast to you with wine I'll raise my coffee to you instead Wife & sisters in law please make yours red It's better for your heart and your head Just savor that moment Remember what I said By, John P. Pierre Evanston, IL 5/11/2015 Risen Wisdom from Love In Remembrance of My Father Daniel Francis Pierre Jr. & Father in Law William E. Landon Falling down Walking through trees With the wind at my back We feel a breeze Now see the waterfalls In front of me There’s a cliff up above On the shores There are two doves Hearing the wind echo Through the waters & trees It was our dads calling Down to you & me Use your wisdom Love and compassion too It will guide you To help you get through We promise you all Everything in the end Will be clear and bright Don’t you every be peeved In your own time you’ll be relieved By, John Pierre Evanston, IL 5/09/15 Love • Mortal healing Risen Wisdom from Love In Remembrance of My Father Daniel Francis Pierre Jr. & Father in Law William E. Landon Falling down Walking through trees With the wind at my back We feel a breeze Now see the waterfalls In front of me There’s a cliff up above On the shores There are two doves Hearing the wind echo Through the waters & trees It was our dads calling Down to you & me Use your wisdom Love and compassion too It will guide you To help you get through We promise you all Everything in the end Will be clear and bright Don’t you every be peeved In your own time you’ll be relieved By, John Pierre Evanston, IL 5/09/15 © John P. Pierre, 6 days Love • Mortal healing Memories of Love (Dedicated to Dad) MEMORIES OF LOVE (Dedicated to Dad) Our times together Remembrances mutually share In the darkest of times You were always there Giving us love A place called home An unspoken promise We’d never be alone Summer is relaxing Life is incomplete Nothing’s more so insane than Children fighting at your feet Nothing seems easy Oh so bittersweet sweet Making you crazy Losing your mind Yelling at them ******** their behinds Now that we’ve grown It is up to us Together we’ll move on Joined at the hearts Your spirit comes along Your presence’s holding our hands During this lifetime Nothing is planned We’ll see you again Beside Heavenly sands So rest in peace Father As ashes are poured Remember for always As your spirit soars Now and forever You are adored By, John P. Pierre (May 06, 2015
Evanston, Illinois, United States
Elise Oliphant - Freelance Creative Writing & Travel Writing
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I am passionate about writing of any kind. I have a background in marketing, public relations and journalism and have spent the past three years creating impactful and meaningful written communications to convey the missions of two growing non-profit organizations, the Challenged Athletes Foundation and the Children's Discovery Museum of the Desert. I experiment with many different writing styles, from fiction to creative non-fiction, poetry, newsletter writing, blog writing, press release writing, travel writing and more. I achieved my B.A. in English writing and Journalism from Loyola Marymount University where I worked as a staff writer for the university's newspaper.
Poway, California, United States
Lakeidra Smith - Freelance Creative Writing & Resume Writing
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LAKEIDRA SMITH 5621 AL 69 South, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35405 · (901) 849-6447 ldsmith15@crimson.ua.edu | www.linkedin.com/in/ldsmith15 | lakeidrasmith.com Seeking a part-time position to use technical and leadership skills. EXPERIENCE JUNE 2013 – PRESENT FREELANCE COMPUTER TECHNICIAN, SELF-EMPLOYED • Evaluate, diagnose, and solve technical and software issues • Communicate the problem to the customer • Manage orders and paperwork APRIL 2015 – MAY 2017 COSTUMER SERVICE REPRESENTIVE, TARGET CORPORATIONS • Solved customer challenges insuring that the customer was happy • Provided customers with information about products and services • Educated customers about store credit card plans EDUCATION MAY 2021 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS, UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA • GPA: 3.9; (4.0 scale) SKILLS • Spanish • Microsoft Excel • Microsoft Suite • Adobe Photoshop • Leadership • Problem Solving • Teamwork • Management ACTIVITIES/VOLUNTEER WORK • Mentor UPP Mentor (August 2018 - Present) o Mentor a group of freshman students from different disciplines o Organize meetings with mentor group o Motivate and inform mentees • Freshman Forum (September 2017 – March 2018) o Strengthened leadership skills by attending weekly leadership building meetings o Volunteered in the Tuscaloosa community • Mentor UPP Mentee (August 2017 – May 2018) • Phi Beta Lambda (August 2017 – Present) PUBLICATIONS • Authored an essay that was selected for use in the University’s custom textbook o Smith, Lakeidra. “Decoding My Future.” The Norton Field Guide to Writing with Readings and Handbook, 4th ed., New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2016, pp. 643–645.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States