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Ed Clavell - Freelance Business Consulting, Business Planning, & Creative Writing
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4.3
3 Skills
$150
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Experienced Teacher, Speaker, Writer and Consultant; primarily working with Non-profit Organizations, Businesses and Churches. Assisting various organizations in implementing systems, procedures and training that will enable each organization to fulfill it's vision. Areas of specialization: Organizational Behavior; Leadership Training; Administrative Systems Development; Vision, Mission and...
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Karissa H - Freelance Creative Writing & Fiction Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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From the time I was ten years old, I have known that writing is my calling. I’m not going to sugarcoat what I am going to tell you with meaningless adjectives, you have read far too many descriptions like that I am sure. I am a creative writer. I am a poet. I am a novelist. I am unique. If my writing style isn’t what you are looking for, move on to another writer, there are plenty on...
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Brooke Brown - Freelance Multimedia & Creative Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
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SUMMARY: Excellent writing skills, very familiar with facebook, blogger and other social media outlets; computer/Word and Power Point proficient; outstanding organizational skills, takes direction well, recognized by co-workers for versatile creative writing and editing ability; amateur graphic designer, team player, strong self advocate, completed 2011 Partners in Policymaking training...
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Ashley Draco - Freelance Blog Writing & Creative Writing
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4.5
2 Skills
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Scottsdale, Arizona, United States

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Terry Valliere - Freelance 3D Graphic Design & 3D Animation
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3.5
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Terry Valliere 8100 110th PL. N. Champlin, MN 55316 Cell:612-499-0774 Email: trvall@earthlink.net Website: http://trvalliere.com Qualifications Highly Motivated –strong work ethics utilized to find, start and complete tasks. Innovative Thinker – able to find ways around obstacles to turn ideas into reality. Team Player - effectively communicates with and motivates team members. Passion for Games – detail oriented, able to find solutions to challenging situations. Works Well under Pressure - able to perform effectively under tight deadlines. Dedicated and Dependable –committed to building a stable work environment. Education The Art Institute of Pittsburgh – 2010 Bachelors of Science in Game Art and Design – GPA 4.0 Skill Summary 3D Programs: Autodesk 3ds Max, AutoCAD, Luxology Modo, Maxon Cinema 4D, Pixologic Zbrush Design: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Corel Painter, Autodesk Sketchbook Pro Productivity: Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, iWork Work History Best Buy, Computer Sales Specialist, Coon Rapids, MN 2010 – Present West Branch Eye Care, Optician, West Branch, MI 2004 – 2007 Valenite/Sandvik, Carbide Preformer, West Branch, MI 1995 – 2000 Glen’s Market, Senior Night Stock Clerk, West Branch, MI 1988 – 1995 Internship Manneristic Studios www.manneristic-studios.com -Created 3D playground playscape for Redemption Project. -Performed 2D art clean up and sketch work for children’s book called Shorty Bean Achievements Presidents List at the Art Institute (2007 – 2010) Member of National Technical Honor Society (2010 – Present)
Eden Prairie, Minnesota, United States
DeAnne Ridge - Freelance Transcription & Editing
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4.0
2 Skills
$13
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I am a self-employed business owner. My husband and I own a photography business and I handle cold calling, sales, advertising/marketing, copywriting, editing, social media and many other administrative tasks. I have also worked as a freelance editor, writer and transcriptionist for about 6 years. I type about 80 wpm and I have superior editing and proofreading skills. If you need quick turnaround, I'm your person. I am a business owner and I understand the importance of fast, efficient service. I control my own working hours and tasks. Please contact me with any questions about my services. WORK EXPERIENCE Co-Owner and Office Manager Big Top Photo Booth - Biloxi, MS - October 2011 to Present www.bigtopphotobooth.com *Proposal writing *Copy writing *Web copy writing *Advertising management *Social media marketing *Cold calling *Setting appointments *Scheduling venues *Administrative duties Freelance Transcriptionist, Editor and Writer Self Employed - Biloxi, MS - January 2009 to Present *General transcription *Legal transcription *Proposals *Grants *Business plans *Web copy *Advertising copy *Editing academic papers, reports, copy and articles EDUCATION Certificate in Court Reporting International Realtime Court Reporting Institute - Little Rock, AR 2015 to 2016 Bachelor of Science in Education University of Southern Mississippi December 1991 SKILLS *Transcription *Voice writing *Research * Business Writing *Academic Writing * Editing *Proofreading * Social Media Management *Advertising Management* Office programs * WordPerfect 6 * ExpressScribe LINKS http://www.bigtopphotobooth.com http://www.freelanced.com/deanneridge1798
Biloxi, Mississippi, United States
Zakiya Fareed - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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4.0
2 Skills
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PERSONAL INFORMATION: Gender: Female Nationality:South African (Race:Indian) EDUCATION: University of South Africa: BA Psychology BA Communication Graduated September 2002 Subjects taken: Psychology I, II, III; Communication I, II, III; Communication Law, English I, II; Politics I, Statistics I, Sociology I, International Relations I & II SKILLS • Fully computer literate. MS Office including MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, Email, Internet, Photoshop, completed a Web Design course on Dream Weaver. • Completed an informal course in Public Relations independent of Communications degree syllabus. • Completed the intermediate course on Managing By Project Techniques & Processes • Completed course on Stakeholder Management & Crisis Communications • Excellent communications and negotiating skills. Able to mediate and engage at all intellectual levels and all age levels. • Excellent office management skills. Including administrative duties and co-ordination skills. • I am a confident public speaker and am comfortable making presentations. • Research and report writing are other aspects I am skilled at. • I have excellent knowledge of online social media [new media] networks and am comfortable working with these networks as well as on websites. I have a good understanding of the integration of the applications like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn etc. WORKING EXPERIENCE South African National Biodiversity Institute [September 2010 to 28 February 2011] Position: Deputy Director: Marketing and Communications SANBI is the National body charged with managing the 9 National Botanical Gardens, Biodiversity research and information and Biodiversity preservation. The organization reports to the Department of Environmental Affairs. DUTIES INCLUDED: Developing and implementing a national marketing strategy for the 9 NBGs. Developing a social networking strategy and implementing on relevant platforms Advertising management Management of Marketing staff at various Gardens Production of marketing material for Gardens Develop and implement Communications strategy Lead media relations – including being on hand for interviews and other media requests Manage Communications staff at various Gardens Writing and distribution of articles Writing speaking notes for the CEO and other principals Identifying media opportunities Organizing media events Monitoring and reporting on coverage Analyzing media coverage Assist with development of Internal Communications Strategy Provide support for internal functions Lead and co-ordinate internal events including programme directing Manage and edit website content related to the Gardens Occasionally write content for website pages Manage the implementation of online communications processes for internal communications [ e.g. Novell GroupWise and Skype] Set up and manage the Facebook page for the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden as per the Garden’s marketing target. South African National Parks [April 2008 to September 2010] Position: Media and Stakeholder Relations Manager South African National Parks [SANParks] is the country’s body charged with the management of a system of national parks which represents the indigenous fauna, flora, landscape and associated cultural heritage of the country. It is also a tourism-based organization that derives much of its income from promoting the National Parks as a tourist destination to both local and international visitors. The organization reports to the Department of Environmental Affairs and works closely with the Department. DUTIES: Media Liaison Officer responsible for all contact with media for the organisation. Provide support to pricipals as spokesperson. Write & distribute media releases & field media enquiries. Assist with developing Communications Strategies with principals. Develop & implement media plans for general operations as well as campaigns, events & issues arising. Implement Crisis Communications plans when necessary. Arrange media events like media briefings, media tours and conferences. Write briefing notes for Head of Communications and Chief Executive on issues arising. Arrange & monitor media interviews with the Chief Executive & other executive members. Develop Stakeholder Relations Strategies & Plans & implement across the organisation. Manage the media and stakeholder databases. Provide support to Events Manager & write scripts & speeches for events & campaigns. Also assist with publications for events. Manage the receipt & dissection of the media analysis reports. Compile monthly reports detailing the organisational media reputation based on the analysis reports. Offer recommendations to improve media reputation gradings. Compile reports on stakeholder feedback & make recommendations on where the organisation can improve stakeholder relations. Manage the organisations online presence as public relations representative. Provide content & information as & when necessary for the organisations online community that included the website forum and Facebook & Twitter. Use the online environment to promote events and campaigns as well as inform stakeholders of the organisations strategies and decisions. Provide assistance to the Internal Communications colleagues with all internal events as well as publication of internal messages. Draft monthly editorial note for the Head of Communications to be published in the monthly internal magazine. Re-assess filming & photography rates and permit methods across parks & internalise the process. Researcher, Administrator and Spokesperson at Media Review Network, South Africa. [From April 2003 till May 2005 remained for 6 months to complete website transition] The Media Review Network is an advocacy group which concerns itself with media - and political analysis. The group’s function includes daily analysis of media, media liaison, commentary on international and domestic socio-political matters [both in written media, radio and television], socio-political lobbying with local politicians as well as foreign embassies, hosting of national and international academics and NGO’s, ongoing research on domestic and international socio-political climates, addressing local and international conferences, etc. The Media Review Network has an Executive consisting of four members, all of whom require constant updates on daily progress and all of whom issue daily targets. DUTIES: I served as political analyst and researcher as well as spokesperson and media liaison for the organisation. My other task was to manage the office and the internal communications structure. I was required to develop and maintain media contacts and implement a media liaison strategy in order to promote the organizations activities more effectively. I would also be called upon to engage the media when necessary in order to highlight certain issues of importance. This meant that I would handle all enquiries regarding the statements and articles released, do media interviews on television and radio when necessary and handle enquiries about the organization and help direct requests and complaints. I was involved in creating and maintaining the website for the organization which is updated daily and is the point of first contact with the public and the media. I also was a key person in conceptualizing and publishing the organization's first official brochure which presented the organizationâ??s activities over the first eight years of its existence. Some of my main tasks were to lobby government officials and other key personalities on issues related to the work we did. I was also tasked with compiling and making presentations to departments, eg. the SANDF on matters of interest. The socio-political environment, which the organisation is concerned with, is a constantly changing one and all developments need to be recorded. This required my constant vigilance on all developments in the media and within the socio-political structures. As a researcher and commentator for the Media Review Network, I was also required to be able to write opinion pieces, letters to the editor and book reviews for publication in both the mainstream media and community newspapers. At the end of my term at the MRN, I was required to train staff and set up a standard communications structure for the MRN's operations.
Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Rachel Smith - Freelance Word Processing & Data Entry
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5.0
2 Skills
$5
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I enjoy creating and modifying presentations, spreadsheets, and word documents. I have several years of experience in Microsoft Office as well as extensive training as new versions roll out. I currently type over 80 wpm, I have great time management skills, I am very detail oriented, and I have a high accuracy rate.
United States
Leslie Bowman - Freelance Photo Editing & Book Design
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3.0
2 Skills
$10
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LESLIE ANN BOWMAN 1993 Icard Ridge Rd., Taylorsville, NC 28681 828-495-7758 Lannb17@aol.com I am a self motivated individual with experience in various fields. I have been trained in food services, retail, customer service, management, and office settings. I am a creative individual who works well in group settings as well as individually. I want to succeed and like to find ways to overcome new challenges. I want to continually grow and add to my skill set and experiences while adding value to the company I work for. OBJECTIVE To find a career that will use my abilities and experience to increase personal growth through the service to my company, peers, and customers, or clients. EXPERIENCE Lowes Foods May 2011- present ? Customer service ? Processing lottery tickets ? Processing money orders ? Assisting customers with finding products ? Accounting/ Recording Keeping ? Training co-workers Harris Teeter November 2010-May 2012 3010 N Center Street, Hickory North Carolina, 28600 ? Cashier/ bagger/stocker ? Responsible for providing quality customer service, answering any questions or concerns the customer may have ? Closing the store ? Performing transactions, processing paper work such as coupons and rain checks ? Understanding and carrying out the store policy ? Replenishing shelves, setting up end cap displays, blocking, and removing damaged items from the shelves Subway Restaurants March 2010-May 2012 2157 N Center Street, Hickory, North Carolina, 28601 ? Opening and closing the store ? Performing transactions ? Unloading , and accounting for inventory ? Providing excellent customer service ? Preparing food products safely and quickly Subway Restaurants/ Wilco Hess March 2007- October 2010 3950 Hickory Blvd, Granite Falls, North Carolina, 28630 ? Safely prepared food ? Opened and closed the store ? Prepared paper work that evaluated daily transactions for viewing by the corporate office ? Received training in serve safe to better safely serve my customers ? Prepared restaurant for company and state inspections ? Managed the daily tasks of others EDUCATION Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute, Hudson, North Carolina ? Associate in Arts ? North Carolina Early Childhood credentials one Lenoir Rhyne University ? Currently studying elementary education ? Planning to minor in art Certifications and Honors ? Wilkes county Arts Council visual art award ? Caldwell Community College Dean’s list award ? Received the Lenoir Rhyne University Dean’s list award for both spring and fall semesters of 2012 ? Employee of the quarter at Wilco Hess ? Award of excellent performance at Harris Teeter SPECIAL SKILLS ? Customer service- understands needs of customers and is able to assist customers with all needs ? Computer literacy- Knowledge of various programs such as word, excel, power pint, Adobe Photoshop, and access ? Visual Arts- Posses knowledge of design, art history, and use of different art mediums to achieve different visual effects ? Experience working with children- Has worked with children with disabilities as well as children in mainstream classrooms. Taken classes that focus on class room design, behavior management, and curriculum. REFERENCES Brandon Allshouse Store Manager Viewmont Subway (828)851-0367 Carolyn Benfield Teague Front end manager/ Customer Service Manager Harris Teeter (704)735-1476 Jonathan Sanford Assistant Customer Service Manager Lowes Foods (828)446-6062 Greg Houser Grocery Manager Lowes Food (828) 322-2888
Hickory, North Carolina, United States
Naomi Ortega Tein - Freelance Proposal Writing & Annual Report Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
$125
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Education • Master of Public Health in Maternal and Child Health from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina -- December 1995 • Bachelor of Arts in Government from Cornell University, Ithaca, New York -- May 1990 • Semester study in English literature and government at Oxford University, Oxford, England – January – June 1985 Experience Principle Independent Consultant, Ortega Tein Consulting, Miami, FL – November 2013 to present Consultant with extensive expertise and experience in various facets of qualitative data work with English- and Spanish-speaking populations (over 50 focus groups conducted from 2007-2013) and in proposal development. Key skills include: grant writing; focus group guide, semi-structured interview protocol, and survey design; participant profile development and recruiting; data collection, especially focus group moderation; data analysis and reporting; program design. Experienced in translation (certified translator partners engaged for more technical or time-sensitive work). Recent client examples: Friendship Circle of Miami – grant writing, ongoing 2014; Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Rural Health, Federal Grant Reviewer on Objective Review Panel, January – February 2014. Hispanic Communications Network – design, implement, analyze, and report on focus groups and surveys with Spanish-speaking Latinos in the Delmarva region to inform the development of environmental radio PSAs, November – December 2013. (Flexible and eager to work within each client's specific context; hourly rate negotiable, based on the scope of work, and especially for non-profit organizations.) Senior Analyst, Altarum Institute (formerly Health Systems Research, Inc.), Washington, District of Columbia -- February 2006 to Present Currently directing a 4-year National Institutes of Health-funded project focused on the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute's Community Health Worker-Health Disparities Initiative. The Initiative focuses on culturally-responsive heart health and asthma control education across four key low resource populations: Latino, African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian American and Pacific Islander. This project involves writing (research, summary, and progress reports; promotional and media content for e-announcements, webinars, websites, and flyers); health education curriculum development and pilot testing; request for proposal (RFP) development, proposal review, and project award; formative research, including protocol development; partnership building; website development; Federal client relations; writing; budgeting; project and staff monitoring and reporting; and managing multiple subcontracts. 2012-2013 moderated focus groups in various cities around the country related to the reporting of satisfaction survey information gathered from families who have been hospice caregivers. This Agency for Health Care Research and Quality-funded project is a partnership between Altarum Institute and the American Hospice Foundation, and involves my moderating focus groups with individuals who have been directly involved with hospice care and individuals from the public-at-large. Conducted strategic planning and extensive on- and off-site qualitative data collection with a cultural competence focus as part of several research and evaluation projects. Data collection efforts include English and Spanish language phone interviews with key informants and focus groups as well as the compilation and analysis of technical assistance outcome data from consultants. Analyzes quantitative and qualitative evaluation data, monitors budgets, and assists with technical assistance provisions. Maintains ongoing relationships with federal government project officers, state representatives, and contractors. Served as project coordinator and lead on a federally-funded Medicaid portability pilot model development project (includes GIS mapping) funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB), as project manager on a federally-funded project to update the MCHB's Discretionary Grant Information System performance measures, as project manager and lead consultant on a local foundation-funded county-wide strategic planning project (Community Foundation of Lorain County), as project manager of a national foundation-funded workgroup planning for its annual summit (National Osteoporosis Foundation), and as a data analyst on a federally-funded project to assess cultural competence at family planning clinics (Office of Population Affairs). Managed a federal multiagency homelessness project (funded by Health Resources and Services Administration, Administration on Children and Families, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency). Recent Spanish-language data collection projects include phone interviews as part of the Minority AIDS Initiative project, focus groups on statewide ADHD project (New York State-funded), focus groups on the Head Start Oral Health Initiative evaluation project (Office of Head Start), and focus groups and group discussions on a federally-funded assessment of cultural competence in Title X-funded family planning clinics (Office of Population Affairs). Co-coordinated a 2009 Altarum Institute policy roundtable entitled, “Immigrant Health – Issues of Access and Equity in a New Era” – from initial conception, to securing speakers, to implementation. Featuring panelists from National Council of La Raza, Migration Policy Institute, and Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, this roundtable focused on what role immigrant health plays in health reform, and on how to improve access to and the provision of immigrant health care on a local, state, or national level. Breast Cancer Screening Awareness Health Educator, Miami-Dade Area Health Education Center, Miami, Florida – July 2013 – Present Conduct health education in Spanish with small groups in community settings to raise awareness about breast cancer and the importance of breast cancer screening. Federal Grant Reviewer, Health Resources Services Administration, Washington, District of Columbia -- August 2004 to December 2005, and ongoing as available On a contract basis, reviewed grant applications for technical merit, based on detailed methodology and criteria. Scored grants. Served as the lead presenter of Reviewer 1 grants during review committee sessions. Have been selected to review federal grants since, but the timing has not worked out favorably with work deliverable deadlines. Director of Program Consulting and Information Services, Farmworker Health Services, Inc. (now Health Outreach Partners), Washington, District of Columbia -- October 2001 to October 2005 Recruited and managed staff members and managed a two-department budget. Wrote grant proposals. Oversaw technical assistance to community-based farmworker-serving health care delivery systems serving multiethnic, multiracial farmworker groups in order to improve the quality of care and increase patient users. Implemented on- and off-site technical assistance and training, including technical assistance to migrant health voucher programs around a voucher-program-specific, HRSA-developed, non-commercial patient management system. Developed quality assurance protocols to monitor provision of on- and off-site technical assistance. Wrote training manuals on topics including program management, cultural competency, and needs assessment. Developed consultation materials and protocols, and delivered trainings and workshops. Developed and implemented national programmatic marketing strategies. Initiated, established, and maintained client relationships. Conducted national needs assessments. Coedited OutReach, the organization's quarterly newsletter for clients and the public. Enrollment Coordinator, Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers, Inc. (a Federally Qualified Health Center, FQHC), Hammonton, New Jersey -- January 2000 to October 2001 Directed outreach and enrollment efforts in two counties for the New Jersey Family Care (a Medicaid expansion program). Participated in New Jersey Family Care meetings at the New Jersey Primary Care Association. Trained staff members, and provided technical assistance on complicated applications. Co-chaired a multi-agency, multi-county farmworker services coalition (that Included Federal, state, and county government representatives, as well as representatives of several non-profit organizations). Migrant Health Education, Outreach, and Special Programs Manager, Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers, Inc., Hammonton, New Jersey -- August 1998 to October 2001 Directed a five-county farmworker health and state insurance outreach program. Developed an outreach staff train-the-trainer training based on a participatory, adult learning model with cultural and health considerations, and worked with diverse farmworker populations. Coordinated health screenings and health education on topics including TB, HIV and STD, family planning, heatstroke and sunstroke, hypertension, diabetes, and oral health. Was responsible for program planning and grant writing. Supervised up to nine staff members. Served on boards and committees for coalitions and groups working with diverse ethnic and racial groups. Served as a liaison between providers and patients. Consultant, Health Educator, and Program Planner, Project HOPE, Boaco, Nicaragua -- January 1996 to February 1998 Designed and implemented school health interventions in rural, agriculture-based communities. Conducted community organizing and health promotion on maternal and child health issues with Nicaraguan health promoters in a U.S. Agency for International Development-funded child survival project. Designed Project CAPAZ, a community-based intervention for special-needs children in rural Nicaragua. Conducted needs assessments in 43 communities. Research Assistant, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina -- August 1995 to December 1995 Under the aegis of the Chapel Hill School of Public Health, collaborated with a maternal and child health professor on a manuscript for the North Carolina Child Service Coordination focused on services for children with special health care needs. Early Intervention System Consultant, Mississippi State Department of Health, Jackson, Mississippi -- May 1995 to August 1995 Produced a training video for early intervention system providers who served infants and toddlers with developmental delays. Government and Community Affairs Assistant, Children's Defense Fund, Washington, District of Columbia -- January 1992 to August 1994 Collaborated in mobilizing a national children's health reform coalition. Monitored congressional legislation. Conducted grassroots lobbying and public education. Supervised interns. Assisted with Children's Health Day and national conferences. Publications • Smith, B., et al. “What Consumers Want to Know about Quality When Choosing a Hospice Provider”, American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. AJHPM-2013-11-221 • Monroy, M., & Tein, N. (2005). Cultural competence in health outreach training manual. Washington: Farmworker Health Services, Inc. • Tein, N. (2005, September). Is your outreach program prepared to compete for funding? OutReach, 5(1). • Monroy, M., Rives, A., Sprager, L., & Tein, N. (2004). Coordinating farmworker health outreach program training manual. Washington: Farmworker Health Services, Inc. • Tein, N. (2004, December). Using findings from the 2003 National Needs Assessment of Farmworker Health Care Organizations. OutReach, 4(2). • Tein, N. (2004, March). How to develop an effective program plan. OutReach, 3(3). • Tein, N. (2003, December). Writing it all down: Developing outreach program protocols. OutReach, 3(2). • Tein, N. (2003, June). How to incorporate farmworker participation into your outreach program. OutReach, 2(4). • Tein, N., & Sarros, M. (2002). Increasing farmworkers' access to health care: Increasing patient user numbers and maintaining quality health care services. Washington: Farmworker Health Services, Inc. Reports • (authored by: Hart, Jamie, Calori, Cathi, & Tein, Naomi, but not released) (2010, November - 2012, May) A Background Report: Community Health Workers as Integral Team Members of the Public Health Workforce. Prepared for the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Bethesda, MD. • Tein N. 2009. Developing an Oral Health Medicaid Portability Model for Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Children: An Expert Meeting--Meeting Summary • Report. Washington, DC: Altarum Institute. 16 pp., plus appendices. http://www.mchoralhealth.org/PDFs/Medicaid_Portability_Summary_Rpt.pdf • Del Grosso, Patricia, Brown, Amy, Silva, Sandra, Henderson, Jamila, Tein, Naomi, & Paulsell, Diane (2008, October). Strategies for Promoting Prevention and Improving Oral Health Care Delivery in Head Start - Volume I: Final Technical Report. Findings from the Oral Health Initiative Evaluation. Prepared for the Administration on Children and Families. Washington, D.C. Presentations • Tein, Naomi & Rossetti, John. (2009, February). Developing an Oral Health Medicaid Portability Model for Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Children. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP), Washington, D.C. • Tein, N. L. (2001–2005). List below. Various farmworker health conference presentations and conference-based trainings for the National Farmworker Health Conference, East Coast Migrant Stream Forum, Midwestern Migrant Stream Forum, Western Migrant Stream Forum. • Doing It Yourself: Developing and Evaluating Health Education Materials That Are Culturally- and Linguistically-Appropriate for Farmworkers. • Outreach 101. • Managing Farmworker Health Outreach Programs. • Identifying and Verifying Farmworker Health Needs: Needs Assessment. • Goldman, B. D., Hollamon, R. D., Cox, M. M., Rodriguez, E., Tein, N. L., & Philipson, S. (1999, April). A Multifaceted Readability Assessment of Parental Consent Forms for Infants and Children in Behavioral and Biomedical Research. Poster presented at the meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM. Awards • Federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau Fellowship Award (1994) • White House Community Service Award (1992) Key Skills • Bilingual (English/Spanish), writing and reporting, qualitative data collection, project management and planning, health education materials development and training, culturally-responsive systems change approach. Areas of Interest • Key areas of interest include: Medicaid, maternal and child health, farmworker/migrant health, health education, immigrant health, Latino health, health disparities, general public health, working with Spanish-speaking communities. • Additional areas of interest include: Health outreach, tuberculosis care, patient care, Nicaraguan health system, children with special health care needs, rural health, community health workers, refugee health, low literacy populations, homelessness, early childhood education and health, focus groups and qualitative data collecting, analysis, writing and reporting, strategic and program planning. Select Volunteer Work • Obama Campaign (Organizing for Action), phone volunteer and door-to-door canvasser, 2008 and 2012, Miami, Florida. • Miami Children’s Theater, silent auction and fundraising committees, Miami, FL. 2012-2013. • Team in Training-Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, fundraising and half marathon training, Miami, FL, 2008. • DCWorks (Founded by David Domenici, now of the Maya Angelou Charter School – program for first-generation college-bound high school students from New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.), Big Sister, Community Service Coordinator, and Board Member, Washington, D.C., 1992-1993.
Miami, Florida, United States