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Heather - Freelance Book Writing & Song Writing
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Hey the name is Heather Nichole Rice I love writing lyrics and I have been told before that I write "beautifully" my perception on certain things open the eyes and catch the brains of the out spoken the people who see the absolute beauty in love and experience. Not only do I write lyrics I write whatever I am asked to. For instance, I could do a research paper on global warming or I could...
Springfield, Ohio, United States

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Christine Carson - Freelance Grant Writing & Venture Funding
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Christine Carson 21-09-2014 A. Personal History Home Address: 22200 Zion Parkway Cedar,MN 55011 (973) 262-5524 mimiz10@hotmail.com Office Address: International Brain Research Foundation 227 Route 206 North Bldg 2, Suite 101 Flanders NJ 07836 (732) 494-7600 czakrzewski@ibrfinc.org B. Educational History 1. New School for Social Research New York, New York Degree: MA, 2007 Master of Research, 2007 Specialization: Substance Abuse Counseling Thesis: Cingulate Gyrus Volume Constrains Neuropsychological Test Performance Chairperson: Marcel Kinsbourne, PhD 2. Rutgers College New Brunswick, NJ Degree: BA, 2003 Major: Psychology Minor: Comparative Literature Honors: *** Laude Henry Rutgers Scholar Golden Key International Honor Society Honors Research in Psychology Thesis: Stuck in a moment: Acute and Enduring Consequences of Traumatic Brain Injury Chairperson: Leonard Hamilton, PhD C. Professional Positions 1. Site Manager Advanced NeuroCare Flanders, NJ Full time position, March 2013-November 2013 Duties: Organize clinical trials; Recruit subjects and determine eligibility; Accountable for securing and dispensing drug; Perform neuropsychological testing and assessment according to study procedure; Provide support to participants; Monitor therapeutic response and adverse reactions during course of trial; Leading site nationwide for patient enrollment Supervisor: Jonathan Fellus, MD 2. Clinical Research Associate International Brain Research Foundation Flanders, NJ Full time position, February 2012-present Duties: Investigating efficacy of various pharmacological treatments for neuropsychiatric sequelae of brain inury and disease; Maintain dialogue with clinical neurologists, psychologists, neurophysiologists, and psychiatrists specializing in rehabilitative care; Clarify hypotheses; Describe cohorts of patients representing variables of interest in reports to be submitted for publication in scientific journals; Perform extensive literature searches; Expand proficiency with various statistical computing languages and software packages (Octave, R, SAS, SPSS) to analyze data; Elaborate conclusions and clinical significance of results; Submit abstracts and attend conferences to present results; Formulate compelling arguments to secure funding for future directions of research Supervisors: Phil DeFina, PhD & Jonathan Fellus, MD 3. Research Associate New Jersey Pediatric Neurosurgical Associates Morristown, NJ Part-time position, March 2012-September 2012 Duties: Investigating treatment with intrathecal baclofen to influence the future occurrence of autonomic instability in patients with diffuse axonal injury; Performing extensive literature reviews; Perform all statistical analyses; Submit abstract and attend conferences Supervisor: Catherine Mazzola, MD & Jonathan Fellus, MD 4. Research Analyst Kessler Foundation Research Center Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Lab West Orange, NJ Full-time position, June 2008-January 2012 Duties: Preprocessed, analyzed, and performed quality control of functional and structural neuroimaging data (BOLD, DTI, FLAIR, MPRAGE T1); Develop fluency with shell programming via different software platforms, such as AFNI, FSL, MATLAB, and NAVI (fMRI & fNRIS); Scored neuropsychological tests;Trained new staff Supervisor: Nancy Chiaravalloti, PhD & Glenn Wylie, DPhil 5. Research Assistant Center for Alcohol Studies Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJ Part-time position, August 2003-May 2007 Duties: Developed tracing protocols to manually segment the cingulate gyrus, frontal lobes, and thalamus; Used Analyze to perform volumetric analyses; Trained undergraduates to use proper method; Designed experiments using E-Prime Supervisor: Marsha Bates, PhD & Gerald Voelbel, PhD 6. Neuropsychology Trainee Cognitive Remediation Program Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation East Orange, NJ Full-time summer position, 2002 Duties: Facilitated group and individual therapy sessions; Identified at-risk populations; Developed preventative measures Supervisor: George Carnevale, PhD D. Membership in Professional Associations 1. International Neuropsychological Society (Regular Member) 2. American Psychological Association (Associate Member) E. Professional Activities 1. Oral Presentation, May 2013 Annual Seminar of Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey Fellus JL, Carson CM Impulsivity: Different Aspects, New Approaches 2. Poster Presentation, March 2013 American Academy of Neurology Carson CM, DeFina PA, Fellus JL Dextromethorphan/Quinidine markedly reduces pseudobulbar affect and impulsive shopping in individuals with traumatic brain injury. 3. Oral Presentation, September 2012 European Federation of Neurological Societies Fellus JL, Carson CM PRISM: A novel research tool to determine prevalence of pseudobulbar affect. 4. Oral Presentation, October 2012 Annual Conference of the American Congress for Rehabilitation Medicine and American Society for Neurorehabilitation Fellus JL, Carson CM Spectrum of disinhibition syndromes after traumatic brain injury: From pseudobulbar affect to impulsive shopping. 5. Poster Presentation, September 2012 Annual Conference of North American Brain Injury Society Dystonia and spasticity after traumatic brain injury: Does treatment with intrathecal baclofen also improve comorbid paroxysmal autonomic instability? 6. Selected for attendance at Advanced Neuroimaging Training Program, July 2012 University of California; Los Angeles 7. Attended Annual Meeting of Organization for Human Brain Mapping, June 2012 China National Convention Center; Beijing 8. Attended symposium on Social and Affective Neuroscience, June 2012 Normal University; Beijing 9. Attended FMRIb Software Library/FreeSurfer Training, May 2012 Rydges Hotel; Auckland 10. Attended Analysis of Functional Neuroimages Training, March 2012 National Institute of Health; Bethesda, MD 11. Annual Guest Lecturer, March 2009-March 2012 Humanistic Aspects of Traumatic Brain Injury New York University; Steinhardt School 12. Paper Presentation, June 2011 Annual Federal Interagency Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury White Matter Integrity and Novel Nonverbal Problem Solving Ability of Adults with Moderate to Severe TBI: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study 13. Poster Presentation, June 2011 Annual Federal Interagency Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury Examination of the Relationship Between Executive Functioning and White Matter Integrity in Traumatic Brain Injury 14. Poster Presentation, February 2011 Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society White Matter Integrity and Novel Nonverbal Problem Solving Ability of Adults with Moderate to Severe TBI: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study 15. Poster Presentation, February 2011 Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society Examination of the Relationship Between Executive Functioning and White Matter Integrity in Traumatic Brain Injury. 16. Poster Presentation, February 2007 Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society Volumetric Differences of the Thalamus Associated with Childhood Psychopathology and Family History of Alcoholism 17. Poster Presentation, August 2006 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association Cingulate Gyrus Volume Differences in Subject’s with Asperger’s Disorder and High-Functioning Autism 18. Certification, January 2007 The Grant Institute Professional Grant Proposal Writing F. Publications 1. Fellus JL, DeFina PA, Carson CM. Dextromethorphan/Quinidine effectively diminishes impulsive shopping behaviors in individuals with traumatic brain injury. Neurology: Clinical Practice 2014; under review. 2. Carson CM, DeFina PA, Carson CM. Dextromethorphan/Quinidine alleviates pseudobulbar affect and rapidly eliminates suicidal ideation in individuals with acquired brain injury. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery Psychiatry 2014; under review. G. Papers Currently in Preparation 1. Vargas GA, Carson CM Genova H, et al. Specific Regions of Gray Matter Atrophy Related to Depression in Multiple Sclerosis 2. Carson CM, Wylie GR, & Chiaravalloti N. Neural Activation Induced by a Working Memory Maintenance Task in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis 3. Genova H, Voelbel G, Carson CM, et al. Examination of the Relationship Between Executive Functioning and White Matter Integrity in Traumatic Brain Injury 4. Voelbel, G, Genova, H, Carson CM, et al. White Matter Integrity and Novel Nonverbal Problem Solving Ability of Adults with Moderate to Severe TBI: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study 5. Voelbel G, Wylie GR, Lengenfelder J, et al. Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy During Performance of the PASAT in Healthy Adults G. References 1. Jonathan Fellus, MD (973) 787-7402 drfellus@gmail.com 2. Phil DeFina, PhD (732) 494-7600 pdefina@ibrfinc.org 3. Stephanie Oringer (732) 494-7600 stephanie@ibrfinc.org
Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Jasmine Simmons - Freelance Ad Design & Creative Writing
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Freelance Public Relations Specialist and a recent English (Honors degree) graduate with excellent verbal and written communications skills. Particularly interested in a Public Relations/Marketing role which will challenge and stimulate me to integrate original solutions, superior writing skills, advertising campaign and media relations experience.
Greensboro, North Carolina, United States
Bailey Rodriguez - Freelance Article Writing & Book Writing
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Professional Profile Writer - Editor - Researcher Qualifications 5149 Nolan Dr., Minnetonka, MN 55343 Cell: (773) 230-5026 : rodriguez.bailey@gmail.com ? Excels in meeting deadlines ? Extensive experience with non-fiction writing ? ? ? Strong written communication Extremely organized Quick learner Relevant Experience Wrote informative, fact based articles for eHow.com Wrote articles of local interest, include shopping guides and profiles on area residents, for Patch.com Collected information on area businesses and wrote descriptive directory listings for Patch.com. Experience Freelance Writer October 2010 to May 2011 Demand Media Researched and wrote brief, informational and how-to articles for eHow.com. Freelance Writer July 2010 to May 2011 Patch.com – MN Interviewed business owners and compiled directory listings. Conducted interviews and research. Wrote 400 word articles on areas of local interest- activities, profiles and shopping guides. Education Columbia College Chicago 2006 Chicago, IL, USA Art and Design Bachelor's degree
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Warren Lee Nair - Freelance Creative Writing & Fiction Writing
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Skills Summary 1. Creative writing Experience Iol independent newspapers Creative writer/columnist Writing of human interest pieces/articles Awards and Acknowledgements International Published Poet 1. IFLAC Anti-Terror and Peace Anthology 2016 – Editor in chief Prof. Ada Aharoni (Israel) Title of poem: Stronghold 2. Ars Artrium Journal Vol. 6, 2018 – Editor in chief Dr. Vijay Kumar Roy (India) Titles of poems: Profitable Slaughter Fighter 3. IFLAC Anti-Terror and Peace Anthology 2018 – Editor in chief Prof. Ada Aharoni (Israel) Titles of poems: Ink war Patience Commandment 4. IOL Published Columnist: 1. The Post Newspaper 23 February 2018 Title: The English De'Generation (Kids are killing English through social media) 2. The Post Newspaper 11 April 2018 Title: Respect 5. Syndic no. 9 Literary Journal 2018 – Editor in chief Leroy Chatfield (USA) Title of poems: Pot of gold Resistance 6. FLOE Newsletter (Sept 2018 to date) – Editor in chief Tiyani Mvumba Title of poems: FLOEtry Brothers Fortnightly publication.
Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Alexa Johnson - Freelance Blog Writing & Creative Writing
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EDUCATION Elon University, Elon, NC Bachelor of Arts Major, Strategic Communications Major, English with a concentration in Creative Writing and focus in Fiction Expected Graduation Date, May 2012 Honors: Dean’s List, 2008-2010 RELATED EXPERIENCE Friends for Asia, volunteer organization in Thailand • English Teacher: (June to July 2011) prepare and teach lessons to 15 to 18-year-old novice monks at Thammaraj School, serve as an aid to other teachers First Inkling, international graduate and undergraduate literary magazine • Satellite Editor: (Spring 2011 to Present) cull and annotate submissions, interview authors, blog, manage Twitter account WSOE 89.3, university radio station • General Manager: (Winter 2010- Fall 2011) oversee radio operations and improve quality • Program Director: (Spring 2010-Fall 2010) schedule radio slots, keep the station running • Disc Jockey: (Spring 2009-Present) host of The Carnal Romp, Elon’s *** radio talk show Colonnades, university literary magazine • Fiction and Web Editor (Fall 2010-Present) • Reviewer (Fall 2009-Present) Xanga.com, blogging community • Managing editor at Datingish.com: (Fall 2010 to Present) edit user and intern submissions, write and schedule articles, develop Datingish brand and increase quality • Editorial intern: (Spring 2010-Fall 2010) write and edit articles for Lovelyish and Datingish, facilitate comments The Pendulum, university newspaper • Senior Reporter, Columnist, Photo Contributor (Fall 2009-Present) Live Oak, university public relations agency • Account Executive: (Fall 2010) update social media, expand media list, and create other materials for Earth Share North Carolina and Campout! Carolina WICU, local news station • Creative services intern: (Summer 2010) write scripts, create Power Points, Caribbean research, office work RELEVANT COURSE WORK Digital Media Convergence/ Web Publishing • Sound editing, video editing, website creation (Dreamweaver, Wordpress templates) Qualitative Research Methods and Communications Research • Participant observation, ethnographic research, interview skills, case studies and coding • Survey construction, data evaluation Marketing • Create new product and marketing plan, evaluate techniques and campaigns COMPUTER SKILLS Social Media, HTML, CSS, Digital Photography, Microsoft Office, Digital Wave Player, Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Dreamweaver, Soundtrack Pro, QuickTime
Elon, North Carolina, United States
Alka Prasad - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Hindi Translation
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ALKA PRASAD, Ph.D. alkaprasad@live.com EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Chemistry Major: Biochemistry 1 DECEMBER 2005 University of Mississippi, Mississippi, U.S.A TECHNICAL SKILLS 1. Protein Biochemistry techniques- Protein expression in Bacterial cells, Protein extraction and Purification techniques [Chromatography-SEC, HPLC, Affinity], Western Blot, Dialysis. 2. Gel Electrophoresis – Agarose and PAGE 3. Spectroscopy – UV-visible, Circular Dichroism 4. Calorimetry – Differential Scanning Calorimeter 5. Flow Cytometry- Cell apoptosis acquiring and analysis of data using Flow Jo. 6. Molecular Biology techniques- Cloning, PCR, Transformation, Transfection (using Amaxa), recombinant DNA, RT-PCR, Reverse transcription real time PCR, DNA and RNA isolation, c-DNA prepararyion and gene expression. 7. Tissue Culture- Growing and maintaining mammalian cells (Primary Effusion Lymphoma cells/PEL, HUVEC cells). 8. Ultracentrifuge to purify and concentrate HHV-8 virions. 9. Immunoflouresence assay (IFA). 10. Proteomics (protein isolation, quantitation, western blot, Mass Spectrometry). 11. Virology- Working with PEL cells infected with Human Herpes Virus-8/HHV-8, virion isolation, virion gene expression studies using RT-PCR, virion protein expression studies using western blot. DEVELOPMENT & ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW TECHNIQUES FOR THE LAB 1. Developed and established steps for high protein expression and purification of Epithelial cadherin in my graduate lab. 2. Developed protocols to do biophysical experiments (temperature and chemical denaturation specifically for single and two domains Epithelia-adhering) using Circular Dichroism (temperature and chemical) and Calroimetry (temperature). 3. Developed and successfully established technique for isolating protected (encapsulated) HHV-8 virions. 4. Developed technique for purifying and concentrating HHV-8 virions for the lab using sucrose and histodenz gradient in Ultracentrifuge. 5. Designed silencing RNA (SiRNA) against ORF50 (primary transactivator) in HHV-8 using a company based program.and successfully used this SiRNA for blocking the ORF50 RNA expression in BCBL-1 cells (Primary Effusion Lymphoma cells) by transfection. 6. Devloped protocol to successfully see protein expression in BCBL-1 cell suspension (adhered on poly L Lysine coated glass slides) by IFA. AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS Awarded “National Research & Lecturer Fellowship” from the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, India, DECEMBER 1995- DECEMBER 2001 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE I . POST DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW, Center for Cancer and Immunology Research, CHILDREN’S NATIONAL MEDICAL CENTER – Washington DC JANUARY 2006 - CURRENTLY WORKING Project: VIROLOGY (Human Herpes Virus type 8) II. UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI – Oxford, Mississippi AUGUST 2001- DECEMBER 2005 Project: Biophysics and Biochemistry of Protein Folding (Epithelial-cadherin) III. NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES– COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH, NEW DELHI, INDIA JUNE 1999 –JULY 2001 Project: R&D Management in Biotechnology IV. NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATION– COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH SEPTEMBER 1996 –JUNE1999 Project: R&D Management in Biotechnology AND Science Publication Reviews TEACHING EXPERIENCE TEACHING ASSISTANT- DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY, UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI – OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI AUGUST 2001 – DECEMBER 2001 TEACHING ASSISTANT- DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY, UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI – OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI JANUARY 2002 – MAY 2002 SCIENCE COMMUNICATION EXPERIENCE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND COMMUNICATION– COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH DECEMBER 1995- JUNE1999 o As an Assistant Reviewer for the Chief Editor of “Journal of Biological Chemistry” o Assisted in Publications of Annual Reports of the Institute- Primarily involved in writing Annual Reports and Editing. . PUBLICATIONS An Alternative Kaposi’s Sarcoma-Associated Herpesvirus Replication Program Triggered by Host Cell Apoptosis 1. Prasad A, Lu Michael, Lukac David and Zeichner Steven, “An alternative Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus replication program triggered by host cell apoptosis. Journal of Virology. 86(8):4404-19. 2. Prasad A and Pedigo S, “Stability Studies of Domains 1 and 2 of Epithelial –cadherin”, Biochemistry 44; 13692-13701 (2005). 3. Prasad A, Huaying Z, Rutherford M, Nichole C D, and Pedigo S, “Effect of Linker segments upon the Stability of Epithelial-cadherin Domain 2”, Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics- In Press (Available Online November 2005). 4. Prasad A, Housley N and Pedigo S, “Thermodynamic Stability of Domain 2 of Epithelial- Cadherin”, Biochemistry, 43(25); 8055-8066, 2004. 5. Visalakshi S and Prasad A, “Shift in the focus and pattern of outputs of hybridoma Research”, Int. J. Biotechnology, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2003. 6. Visalakshi S and Prasad A, “Shift in interests towards biotechnology in Indian pharmaceutical industry – An analysis”, Research Evaluation; 10: 173-183, 2001. 7. Prasad A and Visalakshi S, “Trends and profile in enzyme engineering research during1971-98”, Scientometrics; Vol.48, 27-44, 2000.
Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Lauren - Freelance Photography & Event Photography
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Lauren N. Williamson 82 Ontario St. Pittsfield, MA. 01201 llaurennicole@gmail.com 321-432-6340 www.Lauren-Nicole-Photography.com Education University of Massachusetts Dartmouth North Dartmouth, Massachusetts BFA, Photography 2011 Berkshire Community College Pittsfield, Massachusetts 2006–2008 Work Experience Event Photographer A Night in Africa Variety Show University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 2011 UMass Dartmouth Campus Bookstore North Dartmouth, Massachusetts Sales Assistant, Artist Materials 2010–Present Samel's Deli and Catering Pittsfield, Massachusetts Customer Service, Food Preparation, Waitress, Cashier Summers, 2009, 2010 Exhibitions and Events Senior Photography Exhibition College of Visual and Performing Arts Gallery University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 2011 Design Department Exhibition College of Visual and Performing Arts Gallery University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 2011 Software / Hardware Skills • Digital Photography • Analogue Photography • Adobe Photoshop • Studio Lighting • Large Format Photography
Dalton, Massachusetts, United States
Chelsey Passios - Freelance Fiction Writing & Creative Writing
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I am young fictional writer who is interested in becoming an author someday. I have written books and stories before, but haven't sent any to a publishing company to get them published or even looked at for that matter. Writing is my passion. It is the only profession I could ever think to have everyday until retirement.
Englewood, Colorado, United States
Stella Thurkill - Freelance Writing & Narration
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STELLA DASKALAKIS THURKILL . SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Experienced Anchor/Reporter with keen understanding of noteworthy facts and information Seasoned communicator with the ability to make information relevant and understandable Detail-oriented individual with management skills Effective Presenter and Facilitator POLITICAL EXPERIENCE Communications Director, Corroon for Governor Campaign, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 2010 to Nov. 2010 Department Manager, Strategist, Spokesperson, Speech Writer, Speech Coach for the candidates JOURNALISM EXPERIENCE General Assignment Reporter, KUTV, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 2009 to May 2010, back from leave of absence – November 2010, currently a freelance reporter On-Air Host – Pledge Drive Programs, KUED, Salt Lake City, Utah, Currently -- KCTS TV, Seattle, Washington, 2006 to 2009 Anchor - Comcast Local Edition, Seattle, Washington, 2007 to 2009, hosted interviews that aired during CNN Headline News General Assignment Reporter for all newscasts, KCPQ-TV, Seattle, Washington, 2003 to 2006 Anchor/Reporter, KOMO 1000 News, Seattle Washington, 2002 to 2004, member of the news team who debuted and delivered 24-hour news format Public Relations/Employee Relations, King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Seattle, Washington, 2001-2002, media liaison, employee communications, writer, liaison between agency and King County Executive’s office Writer, KOMO 4 News, Seattle, Washington, 2001, all newscasts Anchor/Reporter/Executive Producer, KTKA-TV & TWISTER 106.9, Topeka, Kansas, 1998 to 2001, Anchor/Executive Producer for 5:00 p.m. news and interview program, Co-Anchor/Executive Producer/Live Reporter for morning news program, Health and General Assignment Reporter for all newscasts, Anchor/Writer for sister radio station Media Consultant, Kansas Foundation for Medical Care (KFMC), Topeka, Kansas, 1998 to 2000, organized a media plan for the agency, helped educate employees about using print and broadcast media to execute the plan and promote the organization Public Information Officer, Kansas Department on Aging, Topeka, Kansas, 1997 to 1998, manager of media relations, spokesperson, liaison between the agency and the legislature and Governor Bill Grave’s office, editor of employee newsletter, speech writer, communications specialist Anchor/Reporter, KSNT-TV, Topeka, Kansas, 1995 to 1997, Anchor/Executive Producer of weekend newscasts, Assignment Manager/Staff Manager for weekend news team, Political and General Assignment Reporter for all newscasts, Fill-in Anchor for all weekday newscasts Community Editor, The Sun Newspapers, Sun Publications, Inc., Overland Park, Kansas, 1994 to 1995, Editor of weekly column, General Assignment Reporter with emphasis on city government Anchor/Reporter, KEZI-TV, Eugene, Oregon, 1990 to 1994, Anchor, Weekend Anchor/Producer, General Assignment Reporter, Weather Anchor, Writer and Assignment Manager for all newscasts, one of three team members to organize and debut an hour-long morning show, Co-Anchor/Producer/Writer for the AM news program News Assistant & Sales Executive, KIRO-TV, Seattle, Washington, 1989 to 1990, Field Producer, Segment Producer, Writer and News Assistant, Sales Executive PRESENTER/FACILITATOR/TRAINER EXPERIENCE Facilitator/Trainer, Anti-Defamation League (ADL), A World of Difference Institute, Seattle, Washington, 2006 to 2009, facilitated interactive anti-bias trainings for educators and students, expanded participants’ understanding of individual and institutional prejudice and bigotry. Currently a contract facilitator/trainer Discrimination Complaints, Anti-Defamation League, Pacific Northwest Office, Seattle, Washington, 2007, assisted with initial in-take and assessment of discrimination complaints to Pacific NW office in Seattle, reviewed cases with Interim Regional Director and Western States Counsel for follow-up steps, kept accurate records of discrimination complaints, supporting materials and ADL response Group Exercise Instructor, 1983 – present, currently teach a variety of classes at health clubs throughout Salt Lake City, Utah. Taught numerous classes in Seattle, Washington, from 2001 to 2009 and other states prior to Seattle move Group Exercise Director/Instructor, Pure Fitness/now L.A. Fitness, June 2006 to August 2007, managed group exercise programs and group exercise instructors, Group Exercise Director/Instructor for Mieko’s Fitness Centers - Edmonds, Lake City, Magnolia, Washington - 2001 to 2005 Account Executive, Control Data Business Management Services, Seattle, Washington and Denver, Colorado, 1986 to 1989, Manager/Sales Executive for payroll, accounting and human resources products LEADERSHIP SKILLS PTA President, Hillside Middle School, Salt Lake City, Utah, August 2010 – present Board Member, Hellenic Community Foundation, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009 – present Co-Chairman, Denver Metropolis Greek Orthodox Choir Conference, Summer 2010 – Summer 2011 Regional Administrator, San Francisco Metropolis Greek Orthodox Church Music Federation, 2007 – 2009, Awarded Outstanding Volunteer in June 2009 Co-President, PTSA, Albert Einstein Middle School, Shoreline, Washington, 2008 -- 2009 Choir Director, Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, Seattle, Washington 2003 – 2008 Member of Organizing Committee for 2007 Greek Orthodox Church Music Federation Conference (Western States), Seattle, Washington, 2006 -- 2007 Washington State PTA Golden Acorn Award for Outstanding School Volunteer, Highland Terrace Elementary, Shoreline, Washington, 2006-2007 Anti-Defamation League, A World of Difference Institute, Anti-Bias Training, Seattle, Washington, May 2006 EDUCATION Post-Baccalaureate Journalism Program, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 1989, Studied Communications Law and Television News Reporting Bachelor of Arts, English, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1983, Additional: extensive studies in French and Spanish languages American Council On Exercise, ACE-Certified Group Fitness Instructor since 1994
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