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Jugnu Singh - Freelance CRM Programming & Fashion Videography
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New Delhi, Delhi, India

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Robnicolo - Freelance Windows Programming & Programming
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Robert L. Nicolo Burlington, Vermont Mobile: (609) 790-0367 Email: robnicolo@gmail.com OBJECTIVE My objective is to acquire a Microsoft .Net development, architectural and/or leadership position in a team oriented environment. The environment perferrably should include in a full life cycle development process that includes detailed designs, code development, deployment and maintenance. My strongest technical qualities are applications utilizing Silverlight/WPF, XAML and SQL Server in C# and VB.Net environments. PRIMARY TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE Technology Group Technology Experience Level (Years) Programming and Scripting Languages C# 7 Visual Basic .Net 9 Oracle PL/SQL 6 SQL Server T-SQL 5 Visual Basic 6.0, VBA 7 Java 1.5 / 1.6 2 .Net Frameworks and IDE’s Visual Studio, .Net (all versions) 11 Visual Studio 2010, .Net 4.0 2 Visual Studio 2008, .Net 3.5 3 Visual Studio 2005, .Net 2.0 3 Visual Studio 2003, .Net 1.0, 1.1 3 .Net Technologies XMAL 9 Silverlight 4.0 2 WPF 4.0 2 WCF 2 Telerik Rad Controls for Silverlight 1 Infragistics NetAdvantage for Silverlight 1 .Net Winforms / .Net Webforms 9 ASP.Net / XML Web services 6 ADO.Net, ODP.Net 9 AJAX Toolkit Library 2 Crystal Report for .Net 2 Database Oracle 9i, 10g, 11g 8 SQL Server 2008 R2, 2000, 7 4 Access 2000, 97 4 Sybase / SQL Anywhere 2 Other Microsoft Team Foundation Server 1 Microsoft Visual Source Safe 7 ACADEMIC BACKGROUND Bachelors of Science, 1998 Information Systems Management The College of New Jersey (formerly Trenton State College) Ewing, New Jersey CERTIFICATIONS Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) EMPLOYMENT / PROJECT EXPERIENCE SUMMARY Position: Senior Software Engineer Company: MIK Fund Solutions – New York City, New York Industry: Finance / Hedge Fund Solution Provider Time span: March 2011 to April 2012 • York Capital Management: Designed, developed and launched the MIK Data Warehouse, Price Master and Security Master applications. These .Net 4.0 applications managed the Hedge Fund’s portfolio of investments, provided price auditing and history, and reported on the company’s current positions and holdings. A summary of technology highlights: o PDF generation of WPF UI based server side reports that contained rich graphs and charts. These reports were emailed to upper management and were used to make business investment and trade related business decisions. o Code sharing logic allowed reports to be generated on both server side (emailed reports) and client side (dynamic charts and grids) o Advanced Silverlight based UI Grid editing capabilities that included templated in-grid comboboxes and complete CRUD capabilities wired directly to WCF/RIA services. o Rich Silverlight based UI’s were created using Telerik Rad Controls and Infragistics Net Advantage components. o SQL Server 2008 R2 stored procedures and functions were used for all data updates and retrievals. • Samlyn Capital: Implemented a daily holdings extraction process by extending the currently deployed Integration Server Process. This new process queried the company’s current positions, saved each individual position in CSV format and FTP’ed the files to a designated server. This data was used downstream for reporting and archival purposes. The files were tested through a thorough reconciliation process wereby the data was aggregated and matched against other summary reports. Technologies used were: o Visual Studio 2010 and .Net 4.0 o WCF Position: Senior Software Engineer Company: One Call Medical - Parsippany New Jersey Industry: Health Time span: August 2009 to March 2011 • Web Reporting Tool System: Developed and designed a reporting web application tool for the Executive Management Team using C# and ASP.Net WebForms. The web site consisted of multiple reports / pages that allowed management to dynamically query for new reports using date and time as inputs. Technologies used were: o The nightly cache of resultsets from slow running queries o AJAX Toolkit library (Calendar Extender, Validator Controls). o Microsoft ReportViewer o Microsoft Enterprise Library o AJAX Toolkit library (Calendar Extender, Validator Controls). • Feature Enhancement / Production Support: Developed features and resolved issues related to the company’s varied systems and applications. Technologies used were: o Oracle PL/SQL o Oracle Stored Functions and Stored Procedure development o .Net Framework Winforms using C# and VB.Net Position: Team Lead / Systems Engineer / Software Developer Company: Comverse (Intelligent Networks Division) - Mount Laurel, New Jersey Industry: Telecommunications Time span: August 2001 to August 2009 • Customization Team – Auditing Feature (ASP.Net Web Services): Designed with the support from the database team a customer auditing feature that records every method request and field modification of all incoming messages within the .Net 2.0 CCWS Web Services API. • Maintenance Cycle (ASP.Net Web Services and .net Winforms): Worked on a 1½-year maintenance cycle project with Support Team (Tier 4) for the CCWS (C# / VB.Net API Web Service), CCC (.Net Winforms ClickOnce Client) and SAW (.Net Thick Client). Project demanded quick turnaround solutions for a variety of onsite real-time issues. These solutions included: o New database health monitoring thread that monitored all SQL queries on all threads o Fixes for threading issues which included tighter isolation of data between threads o Variety of solutions for issues that included fixes for memory leaks (data readers not disposing) to high CPU utilization (caching). • Product Catalog Application (Java 1.6, Netbeans IDE): Developed and designed business components and screens for the Product Catalog client application. The application was used to manage the products service data and used AWT GUI components, hibernation for the business objects and the spring framework. • CC Batch – Batch Load (Design and Team Lead role): Lead a group of 5 developers in the development of a data loading application (C# / VB.Net based CC Batch) that gave batch loading capabilities for the creation, modification and deletion of subscribers and other data. Lead the full life cycle of this application from design analysis, document creation, coding, unit testing and the PQA testing cycle. Held status sessions, created the development timeline and coordinated issues with the PQA group. • Kenan FX and Comverse RTBS Integration (CCBS 2.0) (ASP.Net and .Net Winforms): Developed a set of integration API’s in both C# and VB.Net that allowed the convergence of two separate systems. The API’s allowed the management of data from two different systems. Both systems use Oracle backends, however, the FX system uses Java / AIX front end and middleware and Comverse uses a mix of Windows 2003 Server, Unix and Microsoft .Net. The integration API’s were written in VB.Net. • AllTel Customer (ASP.Net and .Net Winforms): Developed a rich feature set for the AllTel client in an aggressive project schedule. Drafted a Detailed Designed Document (DDD) for the CCC (Customer Care Client) and CCWS (Customer Care Web Service). Updated and restructured the ASP.Net CCWS, .Net Winforms CCC and SAW (Service Administrative Workstation). Feature updates included enhancements to the periodic charge CRUD functionality. Deployed the CCWS using SSL technology. The majority of development used VB.Net and ASP.Net. The CCC (Customer Care Client) .Net Winforms Smart Client application was redesigned to accommodate the new customizations for the Alltel client. This redesigned included changing screen layouts, building new forms, parsing of XML for the datagrids, and creating new forms inheritance infrastructure. • Group Accounts Web API (ASP.Net and .Net Winforms): Designed, constructed, and unit tested the new Group Accounts feature for the CCWS (Customer Care Web Service) and SAW (Service Administrative Workstation). The CCWS is a .Net Web Service API and the SAW is a VB.Net and VB 6.0 Windows application. Several new screens were added to the CCC (.Net Winforms Smart Client) using custom dynamic control binding to business objects. In addition, new inherited custom grids were added to the new screens along with other inherited controls (textboxes, comboboxes) that provided additional enhanced features for data binding and validation. The feature also included a refactoring of the 2nd generation CCWS code. The refactoring consisted of rebuilding the business and data access components to aid in SQL string creation, data caching and the usage of the MS Data Access Block. • VPN (CUG) Web Services API (ASP.Net Web Services): Designed and constructed a Web Services API and WebForms UI for the company’s Prepaid Service platform. The Web Service was developed using VB.NET, ASP.Net WebForms, ADO.Net, Visual SourceSafe, IIS and Oracle. Remote Java and .Net clients can access the Web Service using SOAP over HTTP or HTTPS. The code was organized into three logical layers: presentation, business, and data access. • HIA Performance Enhancement (VB. 6.0 Windows application): Created the Detailed Design Document and developed a new object model for the Host Interface Application (HIA). The new development was done to increase the overall performance and scalability of the existing application. The improvements included a new data caching mechanism, connection logic for Oracle's dual node system and a stored procedure that returned multiple recordsets. The tools and technologies used in the development were Visual Basic 6.0, Oracle's PL/SQL, Oracle's OLEDB provider, Oracle's 8.1.7 Client, Visual Source Safe, and Microsoft Visio v10. • SAW Feature Development and Maintenance (VB6.0 and .Net Winforms): Through the use of code sharing and component based development the SAW’s connection management and business logic were rebuilt and shared with the HIA. The SAW is written in Visual Basic 6.0 and contains over 250,000 lines of code. Position: Independent Contractor – Part time contract project Company: Dorfner Family Medicine, Willingboro NJ Industry: Health Industry Time span: November 2001 to March 2004 - Part Time Contract • Patient Visit 1.5 (.Net Winforms and SQL Server): Gathered requirements, designed and developed an application to manage the doctor’s patients at nursing home sites. Patients are stored in a SQL Server database that is accessed by a total Winforms C# application. The application is segmented into 5 components. Each component represents the UI, Business, Reporting, Data Accessing, and Tracing logic of the application. Form and control inheritance was used extensively to share common functionality across all screens. Controls used on the Winforms included Datagrids, Treeviews, ListViews and an extensive use of inherited user controls, comboboxes and textboxes. To satisfy the reporting requirements Crystal Reports was embedded into the forms and was used to display lists of patients and patient visits. .Net datasets and Crystal Report templates were the approaches used to generate the reports. Position: Systems Design and Engineer Consultant Company: Ciber – Berwyn, Pennsylvania Industry: Software Consulting Time span: Sept 2000 to July 2001 • SEI Investments Report Management System: Developed the Screen Definition Document and co-developed the Detail Design Document for a report application that managed settings for the company’s investment portfolio reports. The user interface contained the ability to dynamically create COM controls (text boxes, labels) at runtime. Technologies used were: o VB 6.0 / COM o SQL Server 7.0 o DBTrueGrid o ActiveX • AstraZeneca, Intranet Website Prototype: Developed a prototype Intranet website for AstraZeneca. Technologies used were: o JavaScript o Microsoft FrontPage o Macromedia Flash Position: Systems Engineer Consultant Company: Arris Systems – Berwyn, Pennsylvania Industry: Software Consulting Time span: August 1999 - June 2000 • Caliper Corporation Projects: Designed and developed a multitude of applications for the Caliper customer. A summary of these projects are: o Commission System: Designed, developed, and tested Caliper’s employee based commission system. Utilizing VB 6.0 and SQL Server 7.0, the Automated Commission System (ACS) calculated employee commissions based upon a given time period and predetermined business rules. o Mail-In Client Application: Developed a VBA Mail Client built within Outlook 2000. Application contained database verification, mailing and file parsing capabilities. o SQL Server Migration Project: Developed Visual Basic 6.0 applications that provided data migrations integration between the new SQL Server 7.0 system and the FoxPro legacy system. Technologies used were ADO, DAO, Pivotal Relationship Data Access OCX, SQL Server stored procedures, MAPI and CDO. • Solomon Software, Web Order Entry System (ASP and VB 6.0): Created and upgraded Solomon's Order Entry Web pages using Visual Interdev and ASP technology. Integrated and co-developed the middle tier Visual Basic 6.0 applications that dealt with the system’s business logic. Position: Associate Consultant Company: Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) – Berwyn, Pennsylvania Industry: Software Consulting Time span: January 1999 to August 1999 • CSC, Company Scheduling and Tracking System (VB 5.0): Developed a company scheduling and tracking system used to maintain product inventory and employee work availability. Technologies utilized were Visual Basic 5.0. • Genesis Health Venture Issue Tracking Database (VB 5.0): Developed a database tool for Genesis Health Venture’s Netlink computer systems. The database was used to track and maintain the Year 2000 compliancy issues for each mission critical application. Technologies utilized were Visual Basic 5.0.
Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Mojdeh - Freelance Drafting & Architecture
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Curriculum Vitae´ Mojdeh Olamazadeh Personal Information • Nationality: Iranian • Date and Place of Birth: 10 Dec 1966, Tehran Objective • Architecture and Urban Management My objective is to act as the architect or coordinator of construction projects, mostly Residential and Educational Buildings and complexes to work closely with engineering team of architects, civil engineers, Electrical and mechanical engineers and also clients and translate their will to the perfect design. My architecture major integrated with management academic and practical capabilities enable me to work efficiently for my employer and make things happen. University Education •???MA Urban Management 2003 – 2004 Erasmus University Rotterdam – IHS (Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies) 40 Year Experience on training Urban Managers Rotterdam – The Netherlands Key modules: Urban Management, Urban Economics, Action Planning, Strategic Planning, Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA), Feasibility Study, Public Private Partnership (PPP), Housing Finance, Human Resource Management, Transport and Urban Development, Urban Social Development. Thesis: The Management of Quality Control Systems in housing sector – Regarding the earthquake scenario in Tehran - IRAN • MSc Architectural Engineering 1984 – 1993 Shahid Beheshty University – Architecture & Urbanism Faculty Tehran - IRAN Thesis: Architectural design of an Administrative and Commercial Complex - Shahrake Gharb – Tehran Professional Experience 2010-Now Yekom Consulting Engineers – IRAN MC (Main Contractor) of Municipality Regions 6, 13 & 17 for Technical & Developmental Projects 2006 – 2010 Self - Employment – IRAN More than 30 projects in 22 Regions of Municipality of Tehran • Architectural Design – Residential Buildings Design Residential Buildings for owners 2005 – 200 Tehran International Tower– IRAN (55 Floor Residential Tower) • Architectural Expert of Technical Office – A.S.P ? Control and confirm the architectural drawings of Setec Batiment Consultant Engineers (French company) as For Construction ? Coordinator of Sample Apartments ? Control and confirm shop drawings of contractors ? Responsible for monitoring the performance of contractors of architecture discipline and report to the manager of Technical Office 2002 – 2003 Self - Employment • Architectural Design and Execution 1994 – 2002 Shabak Consulting Engineers – IRAN A member of The Iranian Consulting Engineers Society • Architectural & Urban Planning Expert ? Coordination and assisting with leadership of the project design team in several Architectural projects as follow: - Shahrak e Besat Residential Complex - Mahshahr Port - Siri island Commercial & Recreational Complex - Chabahar island Recreational Complex - Bahreganr Recreational & sport Center - Shahrake Naft - Ahwaz city - South Pars, 720 semi-fabricated units for Housing Development for N.I.O.C - Preperation Plans of Three New City (Bilesavar, Germy, Parsabad) - West Azarbayjan ? Responsible for preparation of Civil Invoices and Monthly progress report And Planning, monitoring and control of project during its lifetime - Two Administration buildings of Amirkabir Petrochemical Complex - N.I.O.C - Mahshahr Port – South Pars ? Detail design and Cooperating software design with architectural aspects in preparation of cd of Detailing of Housing Construction for The Ministry of Program and Budget Professional Certificates and Memberships 1 st Level Certificate – License to Construction Profession 2007 Ministry of Housing & Urban Planning Welding – License to Control welding in Steel Structures 2007 Ministry of Housing & Urban Planning A member of Iranian Construction Professional Engineers Competences and Emotional Intelligence ? Proactive and positive character ? The ability of team-working, look ahead, program, coordinate, allocate tasks and follow up ? Adaptable to work in a multicultural environment Computer Proficiency Numbers inside parenthesis show level of competence from 1 (basic) to 5 (excellent) ? Office works: Ms Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook (4) ? Database: Ms Access (4) ? Technical Software: Revit Architecture 2012 (4), Vray Rendering (4), AutoCAD (4), MsProject (4) Languages Speaking Reading Writing ? English Fluent Fluent Fluent ? French Good Good Good ? Persian Mother Tongue Erasmus University Rotterdam Master Thesis in Urban Management Abstract The Management of Quality Control Systems in housing sector in Tehran Earthquake has been one of the most dreadful natural disasters in the human nature history. The primary need of people is feeling secure in the dwelling as nobody can live with permanent fear. Therefore it is crucial to build the houses reliable in confronting to the expecting earthquakes. Iran has been faced a lot of serious earthquakes during its history of three millenniums. Tehran, the capital of Iran, is a city of 12 million populations has been very susceptible to confront earthquakes. Also professionals in Geo-physics Department of Tehran University predicted an earthquake of 7 Richter in the current decade. As we know prevention is prior to pro-action and responses to the earthquake, the quality of construction in the housing sector has been very important. As will be discussed further in “Chapter I – Research Framework”, the prevention of new houses considered prior than prevention of the old houses as they will stay for few decades but the old houses finally will join to the new houses after few years. Moreover the prevention of new houses needs an immediate action as they are increasing day by day. This research proposed before the Bam earthquake, as the problem of low quality houses has been a serious thread in the author’s mind as an overseer. Now after the Bam Tragedy the importance of this research is highlighted. The quality of construction in any project is influenced by many different factors and people. This research attempts to discuss two main areas, firstly the management of the Quality Control Systems in the housing sector in the Municipality of Tehran and secondly the quality prepared on site as the other aspect of quality in construction. The best way to achieve perfection is; “Do it perfect and correct at the first time! “ By allocation of proper resources to a project, achieving expected quality will be easier and faster than compensation of defects by wasting resources of time, money, labor and materials. This research by studying the current Quality Control System in the Municipality of Tehran and Quality on site, recommends an action plan to improve and develop the existing Quality Control System and improve the quality on site to achieve desired quality in housing business.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Cindy Cobo - Freelance Graphic Design & Drawing
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Cindy Cobo Ccobo01@nyit.edu http://www.behance.net/CoboC Objective: To obtain a Graphic Design position that focuses primarily on print and digital design. Professional Qualifications: Work by hand and with computer softwares. Created logo and advertising layouts for various organizations. Produced business cards for several clients. Experienced in designing for print publications. Proficient in most commonly used computer design applications. Educated in design and general fine arts. Photography Editing. Internship Experience: Titan Financial Partners, Syosset, NY (Oct 2011/April 2012) Designed brand identity, business cards, flyers, and administrative work. Mundo Latino Magazine NY, Woodside, NY (Summer 2012) Designed magazine articles that are publish, edited photos, and dance club flyers. Black Twig Communications, Melville, NY (Summer 2012) Designed recipe booklet, banner ads, journal ads, and flyers. The Hain Celestial Group Inc., Lake Success, NY (Summer 2013) Package Design Proofreading, cutting, assembling packages, contacting design agencies. Work Experience: IRS Internal Revenue Service, Holtsville, NY (Summer 2010) HR administrative work and data entry as a student trainee. ABM Janitorial Services, Melville, NY (Apr 2008/Present) Office cleaner. Computer Skills: Adobe CS5/CS6: Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator, Fireworks, Dreamweaver. Microsoft Office: Word, Powerpoint, Excel Education: New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, NY Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design, GPA 3.74 Summa *** Laude, May 2013 Languages: English and Spanish Accomplishments: Won 2nd place in the DMW Drinking and Driving contest, Freehand 2008 Received recognition for the SOURCE competition at NYIT, 2011
New York, New York, United States
Staci Hawkins - Freelance Article Writing & Children's Book Writing
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Staci M. Hawkins stacimp@aol.com CAREER OBJECTIVE: I wish to obtain a position in education that will build upon my skills and talents. EDUCATION 2009-2010 Earned National Board Certified Literacy/Language Arts 1998-2000 University of Alabama at Birmingham M.A. in Elementary Ed. 1994-1996 Mississippi University for Women B.S. in Elementary Ed. 1992-1994 Jefferson State Jr. College A.S. Degree TEACHING EXPERIENCE August 2012-13 Warrior Elementary School. (205)379-5450. Lynn Vines, Principal, Reading Coach-planned and facilitated data meetings & Professional development for teachers, completed the Coaching cycle with four teachers. August 1998-present Fultondale Elementary School. (205)379-3450. Reta Hayes, Principal Kindergarten teacher Fourth grade teacher Writing coach/teacher-I taught K-6th grade students writing skills including: grammar, mechanics, style, format. August 1997-98 Springville Elementary School. (205)467-6550. Title I Instructional Aide. This position entailed going into first and third grade classrooms to assist students with writing skills. August 1996-97 Coosa Valley Academy. (205)672-7326. Second grade teacher VOLUNTEER WORK Warrior Elementary School-planned & initiated Field Day. Wrote a local grant for an Attendance program. Served on the CIP Team and Problem Solving Team. Served as the Textbook Coordinator. Served as the Parental Involvement Coordinator. Fultondale Elementary School-Organized & planned the Fultondale Young Author’s Conference (2009-2011) Created school newspaper & managed students working on newspaper (2008-09) Organized a school-wide charity project collecting items for Operation Christmas Child (2007) Assisted with these other extra activities/committees: CIP Team, Budget, Discipline, yearbook, spring fling, fall festival, co-sponsored the CAT CHAT news program. REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Carrie Mills - Freelance Art & Drawing
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Hi, my name is Carrie Mills. I am a full time mother of three boys and a wife to my husband of nine years. I enjoy my crazy hectic life of never ending loud noise, tattle telling and home making. Those are just some of the things that sum up my busy life. I also love to write or do anything that involves a little creativity. Me and my kids really get down with creativity, whether it includes arts and crafts or what we will be having for dinner! I love my life! Thanks for reading my story about me!
Valdosta, Georgia, United States
Kasie Gonczy - Freelance Animation & Graphic Design
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I have a Bachelor's of Fine Art Degree from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and have lots of experience in the art world. My unique style can work with many ideas and projects; a jack of all trades if you will. I am skilled in Photoshop, Illustrator, MS Office, Dreamweaver, InDesign, and Painter.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
David Pringle - Freelance Animal Illustration & Book Illustration
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I am a classically trained illustrator, portrait artist and caricaturist for over 20 years. specialising in portraits, caricatures and cartoons of peoples and animals but my experience and interests run much further. Working primerily in pastel but also work in pencil, charcoal and oil along with digital illustration. All styles can be applied for the desire effect; from photorealism to impressionism, childrens illustration to technical illustration.
Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom
Ominous Studios - Freelance Digital Art & Logo Design
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With over a quarter of a century of experience in creating world class visual content, Bart Sears unleashes his creative genius at Ominous Studios. From concept art to story-boards, pre-production to packaging, illustrations to sequential art, we design assets for interactive entertainment, film, games, advertising, print, toys and more, offering a broad array of styles and options for the most discriminating client. Ominous Studios is uniquely qualified to provide the most outstanding visual art services to the Entertainment Industry. Professional. Innovative. Timely.
Tampa, Florida, United States
Meghan Shapiro - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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Professional Journalism Experience NJ.com, Morristown, NJ (2012 to present) Reporter • General assignment reporter, including municipal, education and police beats. • Brainstorm story ideas with other reporters and editors. • Post stories to Web using Movable Type. • Write, edit and take photos for stories. • Engage readers through social media — mainly Twitter and Facebook via HootSuite — to grow loyal and interactive readership. NJBIZ, Somerset, NJ, (2008 to 2012) Copy/Layout Editor (August 2010 to 2012) Copy Editor (April 2008 to July 2010) • Planned, copy edited and designed all sections of the newspaper. • Wrote for several industry-specific supplements. • Copy edited daily stories on website. • Planned, organized and oversaw the workload and assignments of photographer. PATCH.com (2011 to 2012) Reporter – freelance • Covered local governmental boards and local news. CountryMusicPride.com, (2008 to 2011) Co-editor • Uploaded, organized and edited all postings. • Interviewed performers on upcoming releases. • Reviewed and critiqued concerts and albums. • Coordinated with managers and publicists for interviewing top record label artists. New Jersey Herald, Newton, NJ, (2007 to 2008) Copy editor/page designer • Planned, organized and collaborated with editors and photographers in successful execution of daily production. Journalism Awards • Garden State Journalists Association: • First place, feature layout design, "Royal Crush," (2010). • New Jersey Society of Professional Journalists Excellence in Journalism: • First place, page design, "Pension Tension," (2010). • Second place, page design, "Royal Crush," (2010). • First place, information graphic design, "Making The Grade," (2009). • Second place, front page layout, "Business and the Back Alley," (2009). • Second place, front page layout, "A Tale of Two Cities," (2008). • Second place, deadline reporting, "Locked Out – Lenders Making Flight to Quality," (2008). Education B.A. Rutgers University, 2007, Journalism major and Political Science minor. Computer Proficiency InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, WordPress, QuarkXPress, MS Word, HootSuite, Movable Type Internships Reporter, Press of Atlantic City, Statehouse Bureau, (2006 to 2007). • Covered the Senate and Assembly, including death penalty legislation and installation of the state comptroller. Reporter, Baltimore Examiner, (2006 to 2006). • Acted as a general assignment reporter, including the education and city hall beats. Researcher, Rep. Rush Holt (D-West Windsor), NJ, (2005). • Created profiles to assist congressman with town hall meetings. College Journalism Experience Editor-in-Chief, The Observer, (2006 t0 2007). News Editor, The Observer, (2006 to 2006). Staff Writer, The Observer, (2005 to 2006). Contributor, The Montclair Times and The Newark Metro (2006 to 2007). Collegiate Athletic Activities Captain, Rutgers University Softball Team, (2004 to 2006). Member, Rutgers University Softball Team, (2003 to 2006). Member, Student Athletic Advisory Committee, (2004 to 2007). Honors • Recipient of the Rutgers University Office of Student Life and Leadership “Outstanding Management Award” for the Observer, (2007). • Initiated into Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society, (2006). • Dean’s List, (2005). • Student Athlete Academic Award, (2003 to 2007). • New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) All-Conference Honors, (2005). Hobbies/Interest Skiing, photography, guitar and softball.
Morris Plains, New Jersey, United States