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Kat Donnelly - Freelance Graphic Design & Creative Writing
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$20
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Kathleen A. Donnelly 20 East Dale Rd Wilmington, DE 19810 P. O. Box 7047, Wilmington, DE 19803 www.katdonnellyart.net katdonnellyart@gmail.com Phone: 302-981-9032 Experienced in advertising concept design and implementation, newspaper publishing, training manual concept development, project management, publishing, package graphics design and web...
Wilmington, Delaware, United States
KittenSara - Freelance Creative Writing & Fiction Writing
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$25
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Wilmington, Delaware, United States
Leigh Joseph - Freelance Comedy Writing & Creative Writing
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Wilmington, Delaware, United States
Roseann El Khuffash - Freelance Creative Writing & Resume Writing
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Wilmington, Delaware, United States
Robert Benqa - Freelance Creative Writing & Poem Writing
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$150
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Wilmington, Delaware, United States
Sherman Whitaker - Freelance Fiction Writing & Creative Writing
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Wilmington, Delaware, United States

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Maria Rios - Freelance Spanish Translation & Translation
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I am fluent in English and having Spanish as my native language I seek to utilize my instructing and professional experiences in a way that will benefit the communities I live in while being willing to relocate. Summary of Motivated/Energetic/Understanding/Flexible/Firm/ Qualifications Interested/Educated/Willing · Degree: B.A Foreign Language Teacher
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Cassandra Elliott - Freelance Customer Response & Personal Assistance
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EDUCATION Baxter Springs High School, Baxter Springs, Ks High School Diploma 2001 Metropolitan Community College 2015-Present Associates in Accounting Employment History House Cleaning Business-self employed (Gary, WV) 2001 – 2008 Pizza-Hut (Welch, WV) 2011 – 2012 NexusOp (Gladstone, MO) March 2016 – June 2016 Experience/Skills Customer Service Inbound calls Customer Support Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Access) Fast Learner Time Management Hard Worker Dependable Independent Trustworthy Responsible References 1. George Seba business owner, employer (816)-878-1136
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Don Koppes - Freelance 3D Animation & 3D Graphic Design
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AutoCAD designer with sharp technical skills combined with a wide variety of background disciplines and training. Highly creative, organized and have excellent communication skills. Proficient in 3-D animation and modeling. Specialized in formulating and implementing autolisp, script, and toolbar customizations which streamline work flow increasing job production and reducing editing time by automating the development processes.
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Diane Treon - Freelance Grant Writing & Proposal Writing
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St. Vincent’s Services, Brooklyn, NY March 2009 – Present Manager of Corporate and Foundation Giving Total Raised: $2.5 million Work with the Managing Director of Resource Advancement, Executive Director, and program staff to grow SVS’s Foundation, Corporate, and Government donor base. Activities include: Craft proposals/letters of inquiry/reports and other donor correspondence. Arrange site visits and coordinate other prospect/donor stewardship. Supervise one full-time staff member (the Grants Coordinator). Successfully secured $2.5 million for grants for basic general support and special project support, including: DeMatteis Family Foundation, $750,000 The Hearst Foundation, $50,000 New York Women’s Foundation, $40,000 (2010); renewed at $50,000 (2012); renewed at $60,000 (2013) The Foundation Center, New York, NY July 2008 – December 2008 Director of Development Total Raised: $1 million Worked with the Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration, and the President to achieve financial and institutional goals. Activities included: Provided high-level strategic assistance and support in planning, coordinating, and implementing the Center’s efforts to secure gift income from foundations and corporations, including the annual, national, and regional campaigns, and funding for special projects. Supervised three full-time staff members: the Senior Development Associate, the Development Associate, and the Donor Database Coordinator as well as one part-time grants writer. Successfully targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $1 million in grants, including: Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, $825,000 The Children’s Aid Society, New York, NY January 2006 – July 2008 Assistant Director of Development Total Raised: $10 million Led a national fundraising campaign designed to secure significant program support for the national expansion of the highly successful Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program (APPP), as well as the operations of the National Adolescent Sexuality Training Center (NASTC). Targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $10 million in grants, including: Robin Hood Foundation, $5 million in grants (combined total) BOOST (Baltimore Out of School Time), $200,000 Stavros Niarchos Foundation, $100,000 The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc., $100,000 Aaron Straus and Lillie Straus Foundation, $50,000 The Rockefeller University, New York, NY May 2003 – December 2005 Director, Foundation and Corporate Support Total Raised = $4 million Worked closely with the Vice President of Development, other Development directors, and approximately 100 key scientific staff (including post docs, researchers, and lab heads) to increase foundation and corporate giving. Activities included: Coordinated the University’s internal fellowship program, which distributed $1.5 million annually in fellowships and awards to Rockefeller researchers Working with the University’s Finance Office, coordinated the preparation of grant-related financial materials, including budgets, financial reports, and other documents. Coordinated corporate and foundation site visits. Oversaw a staff of one (Development Assistant). Successfully targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $4 million in grants for biomedical research, including: The Dana Foundation $300,000 (Human Immunology Research) Irvington Institute for Immunological Research $203,000 (two postdoctoral fellowships for Immunology Research) Breast Cancer Alliance $100,000 (Breast Cancer Research) May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation $100,000 (Alzheimer’s Research) The Americas Society, New York, NY September 2001 – April 2003 Director, Foundation and Corporate Relations Total Raised: $1.2 million Oversaw all aspects of Foundation, Corporate, and Government fundraising across all institutional programmatic areas (Visual Arts, Music, and Literature). Activities included: Worked closely with lobbyist at the federal level to submit compelling proposals to federal grantmaking entities (including the NEA, the NEH, and IMLS). Successfully targeted, solicited and secured $1.2 million in grants, including: Citigroup Foundation $75,000 Starr Foundation $50,000 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts $50,000 JPMorganChase Foundation $25,000 National Endowment for the Humanities $35,000 Planning Grant (in collaboration with The Asia Society and Museum) New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) Exhibition and Literature Programs $25,000 El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY January 2001 - August 2001 Grants Manager Total Raised: $800,000 Worked with a team of approximately 10 curatorial and program staff to develop, write, and submit detailed grant proposals and compliance reports. Activities included: Worked closely with key staff (including Museum President Susanna Toruella-Leval and Chief Lobbyist Susan del Valle) on NYC and NYS level lobbying efforts. Successfully targeted, solicited and secured $800,000 in grants, including: Nathan Cummings Foundation $50,000 Vivendi Universal $25,000 Sony USA $40,000 In-kind New York State Council on the Arts Museum and Exhibition Programs $50,000 (Two at $25,000) American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY July 1995 - April 2000 (three positions held) Assistant Director, Foundation and Government Support July 1998 - April 2000 Coordinator, Foundation and Government Support July 1997 - July 1998 Total Raised: $2.5 million Worked with approximately 100 curatorial and program staff to develop, write, and submit detailed grant proposals and compliance reports, in conjunction with the highly successful Campaign for the Museum of the New Century ($600 million ultimately raised). Activities included: Working with lobbyist consultant at the NYC, NYS, and federal level to submit compelling proposals for significant government grants. Directly responsible for securing appx. $850,000 in grants annually, including: $400,000 for Education Institute of Museum and Library Services from Vidda Foundation $110,000 for General Services from Vidda Foundation $100,000 for Education from Picower Foundation $ 80,000 for Hall of the Universe from NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs Actively involved in securing appx. $500,000 in Campaign Gifts, including: $10 million for the Starr Natural Sciences Building from The Starr Foundation Multi-million dollar gift for Hayden Planetarium from Charles Hayden Foundation $1 million for the Discovery Room from Edward John Noble Foundation Government sources, including: National Science Foundation; National Endowment for the Humanities; Institute for Museum and Library Services ($112,000, one of two top awards for that year); the New York State Council on the Arts; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs ($80,000 challenge grant, the highest grant in that category). Secretary, Ornithology Department July 1995 - July 1997 Maintained spreadsheets for departmental budget; composed departmental correspondence; coordinated the Frank M. Chapman Memorial Grants and Fellowships program. CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS July 2008 New York Fundraising Summit—New York University Co-Presenter: “Winning Proposals: A Tour of Four Successful Case Studies” June 2008 New Jersey/New York Fundraising Conference—Montclair State University Co-Presenter: “Planning and Writing Winning Proposals” EDUCATION Present The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Coursework toward a Masters Degree in Liberal Arts (Focus on Women’s Studies and English) 1991 The Pennsylvania State University, State College, B.A./English, Emphasis in Writing (With Highest Honors) Harrisburg Area Community College, Harrisburg, A.A./Liberal Arts-Communications and the Arts
Englewood, New Jersey, United States