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Tim Harris - Freelance Comedy Writing & Comic Writing
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4.0
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I have the tragedy needed for funny. I have a need and the desire make myself and others laugh. I have the smarts and creativity for that thing I was talking about.
New Rochelle, New York, United States

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Jerry Underwood - Freelance CAD & 3D Graphic Design
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JaWanza Johnson - Freelance Digital Art & Graphic Design
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I am a concept and graphic designer, specializing in comics, character and environment design, storyboarding, and graphic design work. My styles vary from detailed line art and to stylistic painting and speed painting designs. I have a fast turnaround on work and can deliver work within a week to two week based on volume of work.
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Marin Wallace - Freelance Editing & Article Writing
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MARIN WALLACE SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS • 10+ years of Writing Analytics & Quality Control • Composition & Editing in Comments, Entertainment, Fashion, Finance, Health, Legal, Medical, News, Science, Sports & Technology • Layout Design • Print & Web Publication Formatting • Rights & Libel Analysis & Clearing • Canadian, British & American English Proficiency • 50+ WPM • Project Design, Implementation & Scaling • Client Acquisition & Retention RELATED EDUCATION AND ACHIEVEMENTS Oxford Brookes University Publishing MA 2010 UofT Canadian University Press (CUP) Summer School 2005 York University English BA (Hons.) 2005 Computer Literacy: Adobe Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Drupal, CMS, CSS, Excel, Flash, GTS, HTML, InDesign, JavaScript, MS Office, Nielsen Bookscan, Outlook, Photoshop, PowerPoint, QuarkXPress, Rights Management Services, SEO, WordPerfect, WordPress, XML Social Networking: Facebook, HootSuite, LinkedIn, LiveJournal, Reddit, Twitter RELATED EMPLOYMENT FREELANCE EDITOR Apr. 2004 – Present • Clients included: Aaspirations Publishing, Advisor’s Edge, Edit My Paper, Euro Pacific Canada, Inclusion Press, Nimble Media, RealSexEdFacts.com, Re.ad Publishing & SDI Media Canada. • Performed several levels of editing, including proofreading, formatting, line editing & structural editing. • Determined suitability of contributions for the publications. • Laid out pages and edited page layouts. • Increased SEO content. • Used solid time management principles to meet deadlines. WOMEN’S POST MEDIA Nov. 2012 – Apr. 2014 MANAGING EDITOR & SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR • Managed staff writers and editors. • Performed several levels of editing, including proofreading, formatting, line editing & structural editing. • Composed articles. • Uploaded articles & contests to website. • Laid out e-newsletters. • Created & managed databases. • Conducted sales pitches. • Increased sponsored content on website. • Composed, acquired & retained contracts. • Tracked & processed payments. • Produced print issue under very tight deadline. • Researched & sourced images. • Used social media as a creative promotional tool. PEARSON EDUCATION, RIGHTS/CONTRACTS DEPARTMENT Nov. 2009 – May 2010 ASSISTANT • Composed, acquired & retained contracts. • Handled contract and permission queries from authors, agents & other departments. • Performed rights clearing. • Created information spreadsheets. • Inputted data into CATS. LANCASTER HOUSE Nov. 2006 – Jan. 2007 FORMATTER • Coded articles for proper display on the Lancaster House website & database. • Updated databases. • Registered attendees and responded to inquiries at Lancaster House conference. EXCALIBUR NEWS Jan. 2004 – Jun. 2005 COPY EDITOR • Edited 30-page paper for grammatical errors, content consistency & libel. • Applied comprehensive knowledge of Canadian Press style. • Coordinated, edited and laid out weekly postings with not-for-profit agencies & student organizations for the Bulletin Board section. • Provided liaison services for section volunteers & Bulletin Board contributors. • Oversaw meetings & workshops for copy editing department & participated in Ed Board meetings. OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE: SOCIAL PLANNING AND RESEARCH COUNCIL (SPRC) Jun. - Aug. 2003 RESEARCH ASSISTANT • Researched and organized census data on minority groups in Hamilton. • Conducted interviews for the purpose of gathering information. • Composed full report detailing conclusions.
Canada
Kevin Courtney - Freelance Illustration & Art
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I am a freelance illustrator and artist, wearing the graphic design cloak by day. Graphic design is a wonderful field, and will help me to adapt and mold the artwork to a variety of media, but I hope you'll find that art and illustration are my best contribution. Here's my résumé: Kevin D. Courtney 423/619-7505 kevin@densedots.com www.densedots.com EMPLOYMENT: 07/2009 to Present The Peddler • 420 N. Washington, Cookeville, TN 38501 • Ad Design, Production • Layout 08/2008 to 05/2009 Graphic Designer, The Upper Cumberland Shopper • 2685 Lake Valley Drive, Cookeville, TN 38506 • Ad Design 2008 Lead Graphic Designer, American Trading Company (merchandising, licensing, POP display) design and production 2006-2008 Art Director, Chattanooga State Communicator (student monthly newspaper) • Responsible for all design and layout • (won two first-place national awards during my stay) 2007 Completed a 3-month internship at National Posters (graphic design firm), Amnicola Hwy for clients like Dollar General, Target, Ferguson’s – POP/retail display design 2010 to Present Member of Art Prowl, Cookeville, TN 1998 to Present: Fine artist, Permanent member of Notorious Artists Guild Numerous group exhibitions in Houston, Texas 2000 – 2004, Solo show in 1998 1997 to Present: Graphic Designer, Illustrator, and Production Manager for Mr. Physical Fitness, USA, Inc. & ALIVE DIGEST, Houston, Texas Responsible for all graphic design production and layout for the company and their national magazines Responsible for all advertising designs, inc. company logos and promotional brochure designs Responsible for design and completion of every aspect of Mr. Physical Fitness, USA Anti-Aging & Fitness Report that appeared in the National Examiner Responsible for all traditional article illustrations for the company magazines Authored articles for both magazines and was responsible for editorial content Responsible for completing much of the research for the contents of the magazines Co-authored articles with the company’s founder that were published by Weider Publications SOFTWARE: ADOBE CS5 (Entire suite) MACROMEDIA FREEHAND MICROSOFT OFFICE OMNIPAGE PRO QUARKXPRESS Above programs in MAC & PC (Including Operating Systems) MACROMEDIA FLASH & DREAMWEAVER (Conversant with this software) Learning to create/maintain websites. EDUCATION: University of Houston, Houston, Texas ( 14 hours / General Studies) San Jacinto College, Houston, Texas ( 9 hours / General Studies) Associate’s in Graphic Design at Chattanooga State Technical Community College, Tennessee Thanks VERY much for your attention - I look forward to talking with you about this project. Please visit www.densedots.com when you get a few moments, for a few samples of my artwork. It's time to AMAZE the eyes again!
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Satarrah Edwards - Freelance Bookkeeping & Accounting
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5.0
2 Skills
$50
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Providing accurate Full Charge Bookkeeping services to small businesses and start ups. Services includes, but not limited to the following: Cash Managements, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Account Reconciliation, Account Write Up, Financial Reporting, Cusotm Budgets and Analysis, Payroll, Tax Preparation and Notary Services
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Mackayla Hills - Freelance Website Ad Design & Anime Art
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•Information American Name: Mackayla J. Hills Real Full-Name: Christine Jai-Chai Jaymae Current job: Music Production Industry Position: Manager Age: 20 going on 21 Lives in: Hawaii, US •Biograghy -I'm currently a manager at a Music Industry -I hope to hire someone andalso hired -For singers/songwriters, I can help you go through stages until you become well-known -I'm looking to be hired, I'll use the money for my family -I currently have a boyfriend, so creepy people, don't ask me -I live on a beach and love to sit on the sand on my laptop working •Social Networks -Facebook (pending) -Twitter (pending) -Skype (pending) •Credits This description was created by Mackayla H. UPDATED: October 12, 2013
Hawaii, United States
James Fleming - Freelance Creative Writing & Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
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James R. Fleming lbyronbyron@yahoo.com Education: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Ph.D. in English, expected in May 2012 Chair: Dr. Donald D. Ault Readers: Dr. Judith Page and Dr. James Paxson Tentative Dissertation: Hamlet, Trauma and the English Romantic Movement GPA: 4.0/4.0 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL M.A. in English, May 2006 Thesis: “Life in Death/Death in Life: Trauma, Testimony and the 1798 Lyrical Ballads” Chair: Dr. Judith Page Reader: Dr. Donald D. Ault GPA: 4.0/4.0 Suffolk University, Boston, MA B.A. in English (Magna *** Laude), August 2002 Thesis: “Postmodern Approaches to Byron’s Don Juan” Chair: Dr. Anthony Merzlak Reader: Dr. Peter Caputo Minor: Philosophy GPA: 3.78/4.0 “Portrait of Postmodern Renaissance Men: Postmodern Philosophy in Mad Men.” Forthcoming in Mad Men: A Critical Companion (Syracuse University Press, 2011). “‘I am dead, Horatio’: Testimony and the Imminence of Hamlet’s Death.” Forthcoming in The St. John’s Humanities Review. “Mad Men in the Context of the John F. Kennedy Assassination.” Parallax: A Journal of International Perspectives (Vol. 7, Fall 2010) “Further Down the Road of Excess: Hunter S. Thompson and English Romanticism.” Parallax: A Journal of International Perspectives (Vol. 7, Fall 2009). “The Faith of Romanticism: Norman Mailer’s Post-Romantic Vision.” The Mailer Review (Vol. 3, Fall 2009). “But Where is the Castle? Modernist Allegory in Norman Mailer’s The Castle in the Forest.” EAPSU (Vol. 5, Fall 2008). “‘A World a Borning’: Incommensurable Ontologies in Neil Gaiman’s 1602.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 4: Issue 1, Spring 2008). “Cross Cultural O’Neill: A Bengali Desire Under the Elms.” The Eugene O’Neill Review (Vol. 25: Issues 1 & 2, Spring and Fall 2002, pp. 71 – 93). Encyclopedia Entries: “Garrison, Jim,” “Goodbye Columbus,” “In Cold Blood,” “Kennedy, Jacqueline,” “Kessey, Ken,” “Mailer, Norman,” “McNamarra, Robert,” “Oswald, Lee Harvey,” “Plath, Sylvia,” “Pynchon, Thomas,” “Rolling Stones,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “Ruby, Jack,” “Viet Cong,” “Warren Comission.” Forthcoming in The Encyclopedia of the Sixties: A Decade of Culture and Counterculture (ABC-CLIO, 2011). “Sir Walter Scott,” “Saki’s ‘A Matter of Sentiment’,” and “Helen Simpson.” The Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story and Short Fiction (Facts on File, 2008). “Jiro Adachi,” “Teresa Le Yung Ryan,” and “Imad Rahman.” Encyclopedia of American-Ethnic Literature (Facts on File, 2008). “Ella D’Arcy.” The Literary Encyclopedia [online database] 14 Mar. 2006. The Literary Dictionary Company (19 April 2006). “Nathaniel Tarn.” The Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Poetry (University of California Press, 2006). Review Essays: “Review of Anthony Del Tol and Conor McReery’s **** Shakespeare.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Winter 2011). “Review of Daniel Clowes’s Wilson.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Fall 2010). “Review of Grant Morrison’s Batman & Robin.” Rain Taxi Review of Books (Summer 2010). “Review of Dino Franco Felluga’s The Perversity of Poetry: Romantic Ideology and the Popular Male Poet of Genius.” Romantic Textualities (Vol. 16, Summer 2006). “Review of B.J. Oropeza’s The Gospel According to Superheroes: Religion and Popular Culture.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 3: Issue 1, Summer 2006). “Review of Danny Figgeroth’s Superman on the Couch.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 2: Issue 2, Winter 2006). “Review of Geoff Klock’s How to Read Superhero Comics and Why.” ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal (Vol. 1: Issue 3, Summer 2005). Creative Publications: A Study in Darkness. (Novella). Forthcoming in Failbetter Quarterly. Subtle Variations. (Novella). Forthcoming from Burrow Press. “Heart of Madness.” Forthcoming in the Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. “The Rope of Sand.” Forthcoming in The White Whale Review. “She’s Missing.” Forthcoming in Carve. “Dead Men in Denmark.” Forthcoming in Smokelong Quarterly. “My Celebrity Encounters.” McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern 37 (Spring 2011). “He Tells Her a Story.” Failbetter Quarterly (Winter 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection VII.” Mcsweeney’s Internet Tendency (8 Feb. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection VI.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (19 Jan. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection V.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (3 Jan. 2011). “Cosby Codex Selection IV.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (6 Dec. 2010). “Cosby Codex Selection III.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (15 Nov. 2010). “Cosby Codex Selection II.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (27 Oct. 2010) “Cosby Codex Selection I.” McSweeney’s Internet Tendency (14 Oct. 2010) “How She Dies.” Failbetter Quarterly (May 2009). “Mason Meets Dixon.” Venture (Spring 2004: pp. 72). “I, it’s I: For John Berryman.” Venture (Spring 2003: pp. 26-30). “Freeways.” Venture (Spring 2002: pp. 25-29). “Switch.” Venture (Spring 2001: pp. 37-42). “Pealed.” Venture (Spring 2000: pp. 54-55). “Inner City Blues.” The Beacon Hill Times (10 July 1999). Newspaper and Magazine Publications: “The Postmodern Chekov: An Introduction to Stephen Dixon.” Forthcoming in The Quarterly Conversation. “The White Album.” Forthcoming in Popmatters. “The Dark Prince and The Dark Knight.” Forthcoming in Shakespeare Scene. “The Buffalo Lies Bleeding or the Curse of Hunter.” Popmatters (18 September 2009). “Ed Harris in The Right Stuff,” “Malcolm McDowell in A Clockwork Orange,” “Paul Newman in The Hustler,” “Martin Sheen in Apocalypse Now,” “Al Pacino in Dog Day Afternoon” and “Robert DeNiro in Taxi Driver.” Popmatters (28 July 2009). “Purple Rain in Pop Context.” Popmatters (11 June, 2009) “Review of John Cheever: A Life by Blake Bailey.” Popmatters (11 May 2009). Presentations and Conferences: “Mailer and Byronic Heroism,” presented at the 8th Annual Norman Mailer Conference, 22 October 2009, Norman Mailer Society, Washington, D.C. “How to Get Weird in the Composition Classroom and Why: Toward a Vision of Gonzo Pedagogy,” presented at the 1st Quarterly University Writing Program Composition Theory Symposium, 18 February 2009, University Writing Program, University of Florida. “The Faith of Romanticism: Norman Mailer’s Post-Romantic Vision,” presented at the 7th Annual Norman Mailer Conference, 18 October 2008, Norman Mailer Society, Provincetown, MA. “Envisioning and Re-visioning Gravity’s Rainbow,” presented to Dr. Anastasia Ulanowicz’s Picture Book Seminar, 11 November 2008, Department of English, University of Florida. “Batman, Romanticism and Trauma,” presented to Dr. Donald Ault’s Comics and Animation Seminar, 7 April 2007, Department of English, University of Florida. “Incommensurable Ontologies,” presented at the University of Florida Comics Studies Conference, 3 March 2007, University of Florida. Chair, “The Racial Frontiers of Labor and Subjectivity,” panel at the 8th Annual Marxist Reading Group Conference: Spaces of Dissent: The Borders of Transnational Dreams, 4 April 2006, University of Florida. Chair, “Madness, Masochism, and Christianity in the Age of Enlightenment,” panel at the Graduate Student Council Forum, 1 April 2005, University of Florida. “‘And of this place . . . I might have been mistress’: Social Oppression in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park,” presented at the 7th Annual Marxist Reading Group Conference: Grave ReMarx: The Dead Keep Accumulating, 25 March 2005, University of Florida. “‘Into a Place’: Negotiating the Public and Private Zones of the Estate in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park,” presented at the Negotiating 19th Century Space Conference, 11 March 2005, University of South Carolina. “The Meta-Reader and Byron’s Don Juan,” English Department Faculty Lecture Series, 22 October 2002, Suffolk University. “The Dark and The Ideal: A Jungian Reading of Death in Venice,” presented at the Sigma Tau Delta Annual Literary Conference, 15 March 2001, Corpus Christi, TX. Editorial Experience: Item Writer, ACT, January 2007-August 2008 Book Review Editor, ImageText: Interdisciplinary Comics Studies Journal, Department of English, University of Florida, January 2006-March 2008 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Donald Ault’s Visionary Physics and Other Essays, (Station Hill Press, 2008), January 2006-May 2008 Co-Editor and Copy-Editor, Quest: GUE Underwater Lifestyle and Adventure Magazine, August 2005-August 2007 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Gail Coffler’s Melville’s Biblical Illusions, (Praeger Publishers, 2004), October 2003-January 2004 Copy-Editor and Proofreader, Dr. Thomas Connolly’s Eugene O’Neill’s Next Century, (Farleigh Dickinson University Press, Forthcoming), September 2002-January 2003 Editorial Adviser, Venture (Literary Magazine), Department of English, Suffolk University, September 2001-May 2004 Editorial and Research Assistant, Theatre Research International, Suffolk University and Oxford University Press, September 2001-May 2003
Orlando, Florida, United States
Jennifer Snelling - Freelance Presentation Design & Word Processing
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5.0
2 Skills
$15
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Jennifer Snelling P.O. Box 52107 Albany, GA 31703 (229) 352-2956 intellectcredo@gmail.com OBJECTIVE To obtain a position, utilizing the skills gained in related education coursework and work experience. EDUCATION Ph.D. in Business Administration Anticipated Graduation Date: 06/2015 Northcentral University, Prescott Valley, AZ • Specialization: Public Administration • Related Coursework: Public Administration, Administrative Law, Doctoral Comprehensive Strategic Knowledge Studies, Urban Politics, Qualitative Research Design, Public Budgeting and Finance, Quantitative Research Design M.S. in Management 01/2010 Troy University, Albany, GA • Specialization: Human Resource Management • Related Coursework: Computers and Government Management Information Systems, Legal Environment of Employment Decisions, Labor Law, Business Research Design, Financial Analysis, Specialized Study, Management Strategy, Theory of Organizations B.S. in Management 05/2006 Albany State University, Albany, GA • Delta Mu Delta Graduate • *** Laude Graduate with a 3.57 GPA • Related Coursework: Analytic Discussion of Global Issues, Foundations of Financial Management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Learning, Management Science and Operation Management, Management Information Systems, Database Management Systems, Seminar in Organizational Theory and Behavior, Business Policy, System Analysis and Design Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies Graduate Certificate in Project Management 06/2011 Keller Graduate School of Management, Oakbrook Terrace, IL • Related Coursework: Managing Quality, Project Management Systems, Leadership and Organizational Behavior, Advanced Program Management, Project Cost and Schedule Control, Applied Managerial Statistics, Project Risk Management WORK EXPERIENCE Customer Care Professional, Teleperformance USA (TPUSA) 02/2014-03/2014 • Processed outsourcing calls for AT&T Mobility in the Billing and Payments Department. • Participated in a three-week training, which consisted of reviewing the policies and regulations of AT&T [via the use of MyCSP (Client Service Portal)] as well as learning how to use information systems, such as Clarify [Customer Service Management (CSM) System) and Telegence (CSM Billing System)]. • Participated in client meetings, which updates, pertaining the CSM and billing systems as well as TPUSA and AT&T’s policies, procedures, and events were being provided by the supervisor. Communication Assistant (CA), Hamilton Relay 08/2006-09/2013 • Processed relay calls for deaf, hard of hearing, and difficulty speaking individuals. • Prepared troubleshooting reports for technical support via designated supervisor or lead CA. • Assisted in the quality assurance of CA trainees, such as aiding in the performance management role with training classes (i.e., test calls, typing tests, shadowing). o Assisted in the July 2010 and October 2011 training classes. • Assisted with suggestions pertaining to policy and procedures to help enhance the professional experience of the CAs as well as the service experience of the customers. • Adhered to strict confidentiality policies concerning customers’ information and call content. • Tested for CapTel placement during February-March 2013 and received a satisfactory score. • Participated in quarterly meetings, which often stressed job performance and deaf culture. • Completed monthly deaf-culture activities to better enhance the learning experience of the Deaf, hard of hearing, and difficulty speaking customers. o Consisted of ASL Gloss to English Translation handouts, videos, tests, and surveys. • Accomplishments: CA of the Month, Human Resource Award, Perfect Attendance Award ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Staffing Consultant, StaffingForce 06/2014 Independent Contractor, Milrich Associates, LLP 04/2014-05/2014 Tutor, Exceptional Instructional Design 12/2013-Present Member, Berachah Fellowship Church 04/2010-Present • Ambassador (2013-Present) • Assistant, Children’s Church (2011-Present) • Secretary, Levitical Priesthood (2011-Present) • Secretary, Outreach Ministry (2011-Present) • Participant, Honor’s Day Program (2010-2011) Publicity Chair, Delta Mu Delta, Eta Pi Chapter, Albany State University 2006 SKILLS AND ABILITIES MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, Project), PDF, Research Projects, Data Entry, Administrative Support, Case Analysis, 70+WPM
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Christine Howard - Freelance Grant Writing & Business Development
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$75
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I am the owner of E.B. Howard Consulting (EBHC), a 100% Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB). EBHC is a consulting firm that provides full-service development for a variety of organizations across the nation. I have successfully completed over $60M in funded grant applications and have over 10 years of experience working with the grant programs of federal, state, and local agencies. I offer the following services to nonprofits and to companies: • Research & Analysis • Funding Forecasting for Grant Funding • Grant Proposal development • Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) proposal development and support • Editing and proofreading services • RFP/RFI/RFQ Writing and Process Management • Project/Program Evaluation Areas of expertise include: • Start-ups (for-profit and non-profit) • Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) for NIH, NSF, DOD, and Education • STEM, specifically with innovative technology applications • High-risk & High-need populations • Education (K-12, Higher Ed, and After-school) All of my services include helping your organization become a Grant Ready Organization. A Grant Ready Organization (GRO) is an organization that is prepared to apply for grant opportunities. GROs have all of their records, registrations and audits in place, accessible, and up-to-date. GROs have engaged and gained support from leadership, policy-makers, and stakeholders. GROs align their mission, vision, and capacity with their understanding of community needs to build the foundation of their grant seeking strategy. Have a question about the services I can provide? Please contact me to for a free 15-minute consultation and quote. Let me help you navigate the complexities and succeed in your mission. PLEASE NOTE: • Before accepting your project opportunity, I require at least a 15-minute conversation about the specifics of your project. This is a chance for both of us to ask and answer any questions we might have about your project. To schedule a time to have a conversation: calendly.com/ebhoward. • Realistic Time Frames: I can not make 'magic' happen in 24 hours in the 11 hour. 1) If the project is copy-editing or any type of review, I will need two weeks notice to block off time dedicated to your project. 2) I will not take on a project with a deadline that is less than two weeks away. • Mutual Accessibility: It is important we are both accessible provide insight and responses to questions. As the owner of E.B. Howard Consulting, I will be accessible through phone, email, or video conferencing as appropriate for the project needs. In return, I expect that you, the client, are also available to provide insight and responses to questions. • Upon request, I am happy to provide you a specific list of my funding & project experience and/or references. E.B. Howard Consulting WILL NOT do the following: • Pro Bono: I charge an hourly or flat rate, and we do provide free quotes for your project. I wish that we could work for free, but our staff will not let us; they have bills to pay. I do provide a 15-minute free consultation, and we do maintain a clock. • Contingency: I do not work on a contingency basis. Due to the amount of time and resources used to assist organizations in during the development and proposal process, we must charge our clients. If you do not have any money, you are not ready to apply for a grant. Grants should never be an organization’s first dollar. You need to raise funds from individuals first: people who believe in your organization and are willing to make a contribution to get you started. A good place to begin is your board. • Lie: I do not lie for clients, and we do not work with clients that intentionally lie to us. I absolutely do not work with organizations that intentionally fudge the truth (lie) in an effort to attempt to get grant readiness assistance. Refusing to provide hard copy information, refusing to disclose certain information (i.e. not being in good standing, incorporation date, board meetings/roster, etc.) will result in the immediate cancellation of your contract, and/or a discontinuation of our services. I reserve the right to refuse to work with clients that have motives that are contrary to the grant seeking organization's mission/vision statement or a grant- making agency's funding focus area(s). You would be surprised at the number of agencies that want a grant to supplant something they already receive funding for, or simply to fill in gaps where other organizational fundraising efforts have fallen through.
Amherst, New York, United States