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Siviwe Dlambulo - Freelance Comic Art & Graphic Novel Art
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4.0
2 Skills
$10
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Freelance illustrator based in South Africa. Looking for a permament job in illustration. Willing to travel. Please email me via contact details provided on contact page. Enjoy drawing and always looking for an opprtunity.
East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa

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Dwayne Cain - Freelance Photo Editing & Graphic Design
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Been in love with photography since I was 10. I am self taught in film as well as digital. No formal trianing in an art school but everyone I know says my prints are the best they have ever seen. I have done weddings and some portrait work and even a pretty good share of product photography but my real love is nature. Nature is one place I can be with my camera and feel at one with the world.
Paris, Tennessee, United States
Rebecca Mitchell - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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Background • Writing: MARCOM professional with 15 years experience in proposal, magazine, business writing and project management. Author of numerous articles published in three regional magazines. Developer, writer and editor of a wide range of business materials, including proposals, brochures, newsletters and Web sites. • Editing: Managing Editor of a regional magazine since 2007 (to present) and editor of various corporate and business materials (including proposals, reports, white papers and brochures). Experienced in copy editing, content editing and proofreading to meet various writing styles. • Resource Management: Manager of client’s communications team, including three writers and three designers. Tracked and allocated the team’s workload, coached/mentored communication writers and provided project guidance and quality control. • Project Management: Responsible for coordinating management of strategic-level pursuits with large cross-functional teams of subject-matter experts and technical professionals, specifically in the environmental engineering sector. Build credibility, establish rapport and maintain communication with stakeholders at multiple levels, including those external to my clients’ organizations (i.e., subcontractors and partners). Define and direct pursuit process, which includes managing cost, schedule and performance of pursuit elements and teams. Ability to survey, review and analyze complex requirements and effectively communicate specifications to others. Profile • Strong business development background, including strategic planning, winning proposal development and alliance building. • Skilled in maintaining order amidst chaos and effectively managing under pressure in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment. Able to seamlessly multi-task long- and short-term priorities to generate desired results. • Ability to successfully communicate and collaborate with peers and clients, as well as subcontractors and teaming partners. Effectively motivate team members to deliver their best. • Ability to effectively manage onsite and remotely. Education B.A., International Affairs and Environmental Studies with minors in Economics, Political Science and Geography—University of Colorado-Boulder, 1998 Professional and Volunteer Organizations Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce Association of Proposal Management Professionals Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Adopt A US Soldier, former Board of Directors and volunteer Project American Run, volunteer
Wyoming, United States
Katherine Boring - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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Katie Boring 7 Rainbarrel Ct.• Dardenne Prairie, MO 63368 • (636) 293-6254• kate_boring_26@aol.com Qualifications Although I have other skills and abilities, I am pursuing a degree in English Literature. I like to read and edit peoples work from books to scripts and articles. Skills and Interests • Excellent Communication Skills • Excellent Customer Service Skills • Organized • Dependable • Experienced Cashier • Data entry—alpha and numeric • Filing • Quick learner • Detail-oriented • Self-motivated • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite • Experience with cash registers • Positive attitude • Motivated to succeed • Good listening skills • Patient and kind • Writing • Editing Education Grand Canyon University October 2013-Present Bachelors in Arts English Literature Ashford University June 2012-March 2013 General Studies Fort Zumwalt West High School August 2001-May2005 High School Diploma Wal-Mart March 2007-April 2013 Lake St. Louis MO Supervisor: Patty (636) 625-2101 Greeter/Cashier • Completed customer transactions through the utilization of a cash register. • Organized register to ensure money was balanced. • Performed data entry into computer system updating as necessary. • Remained current on store policies and promotions. • Provided customer service. • Ensured cleanliness of work station. • Process item returns as necessary. • Verify receipt checks to ensure items were accounted as customers were leaving. Cracker Barrel February 2006- March 2007 190 Progress Point Court O’Fallon MO 63366 Supervisor: Sheila Bullius (636) 329-9401 Dishwasher • Utilized dishwashing machine to ensure cleanliness of dishes. • Hand washed/scrubbed to ensure quality. • Performed general cleaning duties of work station. • Cleaned and sanitized restrooms and dining areas. • Provided customer service.
Wentzville, Missouri, United States
Marjorie Saul - Freelance Grant Writing & Proposal Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Marjorie Saul RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE SOUTHWEST KEY PROGRAMS Grant Writer/Grant Specialist, June 2006 – January 2011 Responsible for prospect research and grant writing for submission to government agencies, foundations, and corporate donors for human service programs, education, the arts, capital projects, and workforce development. Work closely with CEO, Deputy Director, School Superintendent and other senior officers as well as program staff in the planning and submission of funding requests. Secured multi-million dollar contracts with county, state and federal agencies including Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Texas Youth Commission, and various Texas Counties. SETON FAMILY OF HOSPITALS Contract Grant Writer, November 2009 - Present Prepared proposals for submission to federal and state agencies including: Department of Health and Human Services; National Cancer Institute Community Cancer Centers Program; Department of Education, and Texas Cancer Council, as well as Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Secured grant of $8.4 million from Safe Schools/Healthy Schools Program of DHHS. Secured $500,000 capital grant for school health clinic from HRSA. BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF THE AUSTIN AREA Development and Grant Writing Consultant, March 2008-Present Provide ongoing prospect research and grant writing services as requested by agency. Work closely with CEO and program staff. Secured grant of $1,449,924 from state education agency; additional grants from Austin Community Foundation, JPMorgan Chase Foundation, Strake Foundation, and Topfer Family Foundation, among others. GREENLIGHTS FOR NONPROFIT SUCCESS, INC. Development and Grant Writing Consultant, December 2004 – July 2007 Conducted ongoing prospect research and grant writing services for Austin non-profit organizations: the Seton Family of Hospitals and the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation. THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON Grant Writer, 1999-2003. Prepared 2003 application for the National Endowment for the Arts for Learning in the Arts Program, for youth in Boston’s neighborhoods, which obtained grant of $14,000; wrote and edited materials for Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s fundraising campaign. Foundation and Government Grants Officer, 1992-1999. Raised an average of $1 million annually from private and corporate foundations, as well as local and national government agencies. Grants included $500,000 Challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Developed departmental budget and tracking systems. Participated in planning and implementing resource development efforts, including endowment campaign raising over $100 million. Grants Coordinator, 1990-1992. Administered active grants program. Prepared grant proposals and reports, working closely with other museum staff. Researched potential funders and prepared prospect profiles and deadline calendar. Responsible for database maintenance and financial accounting. Department Assistant – Corporate, Foundation & Government Relations, 1989-1990. Assisted in preparation of proposals and reports to varied funding sources. THE NEWTON HISTORY MUSEUM AT THE JACKSON HOMESTEAD Development Manager, 2002. Coordinated museum’s fundraising program, including grants, membership and individual support. Wrote application which obtained grant of over $180,000 for historic burying ground restoration project. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER Development Assistant, 1987-1989. Wrote proposals and letters for major donors. Played major role in producing annual telethon, raising over $1 million. Coordinated large-scale mailings to patients and donors. Maintained gift accounting program. OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Instructor of Creative Writing, 1989. Taught undergraduate fiction-writing workshop. Designed curricula and materials. THE WOOSTER REVIEW Fiction Editor, 1984-1986. Responsible for production of nationally marketed literary magazine, including editing, design and marketing. EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Master’s of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, 1989. THE COLLEGE OF WOOSTER B.A. in English with honors, 1986. Independent Study Thesis in Creative Writing; Steven R. Donaldson Prize for Fiction, 1985, 1986. Published in The Wooster Review. SKILLS AND INTERESTS Writing, literature, history, film.
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E. W. Hekaton - Freelance Digital Art & Fantasy Art
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2 Skills
$25
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Wilter C. Burigsay - Freelance Album Design & Banner Design
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Effective and highly motivated individual for a fulfilling position where to share knowledge, learning, and skills with the qualities of the following: result – oriented, team player and hardworking. Excellent in Web page programming and photoshop, communication skills and accustomed to long work hours.
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Molly Hall - Freelance Proofreading & Journalistic Writing
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My absolute passion in life is proofreading, editing and finding errors and correcting them. It is something I have wanted to do all my life. I am constantly editing and correcting the world around me. I have an extremely sharp eye and I think I could prove beneficial for the quality of any newspaper or written media outlet. My current position allows me to practice these skills, as I review 25-50 life insurance applications per week, carefully reviewing each one for correctness and completion. Only on rare occasions do mistakes or missing information get passed me. What I lack in experience, I believe I make up for in so many ways. My excitement to work in this industry is unlimited. My stint at the Sidney Daily News was just the tip of the iceberg and I am ready to learn and experience more. I am an incredibly fast learner and I catch on quickly. I am not afraid to ask questions, but not afraid to make an important decision when necessary.
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Marti van Rooyen - Freelance Language Translation & Proofreading
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I have been an educator for the past 20 years. I have good communication skills and therefore want to use my abilities to other's advantage. I have a 4 year Higher Education diploma as well as Hon. B.Ed degree specialising in Educational Management. I am currently studying Psychology. I can translate from English to Afrikaans and vice versa. Effective proofreading and spotting grammar and spelling mistakes are both strengths that I need to develop for a better future.
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Rebecca George - Freelance Painting & Drawing
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Professional fine artist and art instructor. Completes freelance projects on time with a high level of professionalism. Exceptional fine art skills. Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. - EXPERIENCE - SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, Chicago, IL Faculty, Continuing Studies Department January 2011- present Developed and hired to teach innovative syllabus for beginner-level class in Nonprofit Management for Artists to prepare students in all aspects of launching, promoting, developing and strategically planning for a nonprofit organization in a contemporary market. Intern, Sullivan Gallery Summer 2010 Under the supervision of Mary Jane Jacob, assisted gallery staff with first ever Summer Studio Pro-gram, transforming the enormous gallery into Artists’ working space. Provided support for visiting artists, documented artists at work and assisted with data collection of artists experience to inform future gallery programming. 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Received Commissioner’s Award from Administration on Children, Youth and Families at U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services on behalf of the State of Illinois Youth Development Demonstration Project, March 2003. CORNELL INTERVENTIONS/CITY GIRLS, Chicago, IL Art Therapist 6/99 - 1/01 Provided individual/group crisis intervention counseling and constructive growth activities for adoles-cent females, aged 12-19, at residential substance abuse treatment center; supported clients’ transition to outpatient status within a group or parent’s home or independent living environment. Managed residents through withdrawal and provided positive youth development programming. Worked with interdisciplinary team on a case-by-case basis to support developmental goals of each client. BBF FAMILY SERVICES, Chicago, IL Arts Instructor 2/97 - 5/99 Conceived, designed and taught Visual & Performing Arts Program for community youth, aged 6-18, with life-altering personal growth & development activities; conducted daily classes and workshops, ranging from 5-20 participants per class. THE CHICAGO ACADEMY FOR THE ARTS, Chicago, IL Faculty Member, Visual Arts Department 7/98 - 5/99 Developed curricula and taught Intermediate & Advanced Drawing, Oil Painting and Color Theory courses as part of intensive, college preparatory Visual Arts Program for grades 9 12. ? Developed Art Department's most innovative, successful color theory & advanced drawing syllabi in Academy's 17-year history. COOK COUNTY JUVENILE TEMPORARY DETENTION CENTER, Chicago, IL Visual Arts Instructor 12/93 - 1/97 Initiated and taught Detention Center's first-ever ongoing curricula for Visual Arts Program. ? Motivated hundreds of residents to apply for Visual Arts Program; 95% of students reapplied for advanced-level classes throughout periods of detention. MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES, Baltimore, MD Artist in Residence &Art/Life Skills Instructor 2/93 - 12/93 Conducted pilot program for MDJS at two juvenile detention facilities, residential treatment facility and center for disabled youth. Taught multi-media arts curriculum to disadvantaged youth in first of its kind pilot project. Organized group of residents to create large-scale indoor mural in two centers. MCKIM COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, Baltimore, MD Visual Arts Instructor 6/93 - 12/93 Development and implementation of preventative program in public housing community center teaching boys/girls, aged 7-14. Completed 25-foot high outdoor mural with students. - RECENT EXHIBITIONS - OPEN STUDIO EXHIBITION, Chicago, IL Fine Arts Building August 2011 MFA THESIS EXHIBITION, Chicago, IL Group Show, Sullivan Galleries April-May 2011 LIFE, Chicago, IL Curated by Kamden Vencill March-May 2011 NO PEOPLE, PETS OR FLOWERS, Chicago, IL Curated by SAIC Arts Administration Graduate Student December 2010 MIDNITE SNACKS, Chicago, IL Group show, Curated by SAIC Arts Administration Graduate Students December 2009- March 2010 - EDUCATION - SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, Chicago, IL Graduating with Master of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing May 21, 2011 SPERTUS COLLEGE, Chicago, IL Master of Science in Nonprofit Management, Concentration in Fundraising Graduated Magna *** Laude nine months early with a 3.8/4.0 GPA. MARYLAND INSTITUTE COLLEGE OF ART, Baltimore, MD Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduated Magna *** Laude six months early, 1993. Received Top Art/Jurors Choice Cash Award in senior year Student Exhibition. Awarded merit scholarships totaling $85,000. CHICAGO ACADEMY FOR THE ARTS, Chicago, IL Graduated with top honors; recognized as top Visual Arts Student in graduating class. Recognized as one of the 50 top Young Artists in Illinois. - Membership - College Art Association Member since 2010
Chicago, Illinois, United States