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Genesis Duncan - Freelance Book Writing & Fiction Writing
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My name is Genesis Duncan. I am a freelance writer. I love stories that touches the heart, Dark fantasy, suspense and I like to write Poetry too. I currently live here in Clearwater, Florida. I've been writing stories ever since I was young. It is one of my many passions in life other than playing volleyball, watching movies and reading books. I've recently published a book 'HYBRID' and I also...
Clearwater, Florida, United States

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John Clayton - Freelance Writing & Article Writing
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John Clayton 241 North Street Manchester, NH 03104 (603)-582-8804 ulcolumnist@yahoo.com Education Boston University; Boston, Massachusetts Master of Science degree in Public Relations, 1982 University of Wales; Cardiff, Wales (United Kingdom) Rotary Foundation Journalism Fellowship, 1980-81 Northeastern University; Boston, Massachusetts Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism, 1976 Professional Experience The Union Leader; Manchester, NH – Award-winning reporter, photographer and feature columnist for Union Leader, New Hampshire Sunday News.1984-Present. New Hampshire Public Television, Durham, NH – Contributing writer, producer and host for “New Hampshire Crossroads”and related local programs. 1993-2000. New Hampshire College, Manchester, NH – Associate Dean of College Relations with oversight in public relations, publications, admissions, financial aid and alumni affairs. Promoted from position as director of public relation and sports information. 1979-1984. 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Rick McElroy - Freelance Article Writing & Book Writing
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Richard H. McElroy, Ed.D. Warrensburg, MO 64093 ecetchr@gmail.com 660-530-7519 Education Master of Science Industrial Management University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO Doctorate in Teacher Leadership/Early Childhood Curriculum Walden University, Minneapolis, MN: 2007 Master of Science in Education State University of New York College at Oswego, NY: Bachelor of Science Elementary Education (PK-6) State University of New York College at Cortland, NY: Employment/Experience Higher Education University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri 2008 - date Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education Courses Taught • Principles of Early Childhood, • Community, School and Family Connections • World Diversity • Research Methods • Schools, Computers and Technology • Trends and Issues in Contemporary ECE (Graduate) • Early Childhood Practicum • Student Teaching Supervision • Social Studies/Economics for the Elementary Teacher • Freshman Orientation Class AE 1400 Committees • University Professional Enhancement Committee • University Salary and Fringe Benefit Committee • University Research Council • University School Safety Committee • Co-Chair: University Research Council • American Humanics; University Sub-Committee • Chair: College of Education Curriculum Committee • Chair: College of Education Scholarship Committee • College of Education Curriculum Committee • College of Education Scholarship Committee • College of Education Grant Writer Hiring Committee • Department ECEL Undergraduate Program Revision Committee • Department ECEL Assessment Revision Committee • Department ECEL Search/Hiring Committee • Department ECEL Curriculum Committee Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Online Adjunct Instructor, 2007- 2009 • Introduction to Early Childhood Education • The Early Childhood Professional • Society and the Child Teaching Experience: Public Education Newport News Public Schools, Newport News, Virginia • Preschool Teacher, 2000 – 2008 • Grade 4 Teacher, 1997 – 2000 Sandy Creek Schools, Sandy Creek, NY • Assistant Wrestling Coach/Middle School, 1994 - 1996 • District Substitute Teacher, 1992 - 1996 Syracuse City Schools, Syracuse, NY • Grade 5 Teacher, 1984-1987 • Teacher Assistant/Substitute, 1982-1984 Honors and Awards • Faculty Research Award Recipient: University of Central Missouri, 2009 • Nominated: Outstanding Professor of the Year, University of Central Missouri, 2009 • Quality Matters Certification (QM) 2011 Research Interests • Men in early childhood education • Poverty and abuse • Emotional development of young children • Effectiveness of early childhood programs on urban, diverse and at-risk populations • The effects of parental or caregiver drug/alcohol abuse on infants, and children. 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Presentations/Workshops • The Male Early Childhood Teacher: VAECE Conference, Richmond, VA (2006/2005) • Collegial Coaching: VAECE Conference, Richmond, VA (2006) • Collegial Coaching: WECC (2007/2006) • Early Childhood Curriculum for Diverse Populations: Newport News Schools (2007) • Trusting Relationships for Leaders VAECE Conference (2007) • Creative Early Childhood Curriculum Virginia Family and Consumer (2007) • Symposium: Old Dominion University: Early Childhood Assessment and Curriculum (2008) • Collaboration and Professional responsibility: Supporting First Year Faculty in Their Advocacy Role. ACEI (2009). • ACEI Conference, Chicago, Illinois: Presentation (2009) • Franklin Publishing, Arlington, Texas: Effects of Parental Loss on Children (2010) • SRATE National Conference, Nashville, TN Factors of achievement through third grade. 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Jessica L Turner - Freelance Transcription & Data Entry
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Jessica L. Turner 208-269-0956 Pobox 212, canyon city, OR jessielee_20@hotmail.com Professional Profile I have had 3 years in office and clerical settings in the medical and internet company field. I can type 65wpm and have great knowledge of computers and Microsoft office programs. I would really love a chance to work with you. I know you will not be disappointed in the skills I have to bring to your company. I am a stay at home mom with a lot of time on my hands to do some great work for you. I also would like to let you know why there was a long time between jobs is because I became a stay at home mom and I would like to get back into the working game. • 65wpm • Medical assistant • Microsoft Office skills • Computer knowledge • •Excel • • Professional Accomplishments [Field or Area of Accomplishment] • Associates in Health Science’s • Medical Assistant • Cpr cardholder • Medical office Assistant • CNA •Data Entry • • • • • • Work History Office assistant Allidaho Internet co., Pocatello Idaho 2003-2005 Medical office assistant Strawberry clinic, John day Oregon 2011-2011 [Job title] [Company Name], [City, ST] [dates of employment] [Job title] [Company Name], [City, ST] [dates of employment] Education Associates in Health Sciences Keiser University, Fort Lauderdale FL Sep 23, 2011 References References are available upon request.
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Dana - Freelance Book Design & Illustration
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Dana is an experienced illustrator, designer, photographer, painter, writer and teacher. Her work is stellar in every way and you will be more than impressed by her drive and skill set. She strives to perfect and perform with balance and ease, conquering any project and delivering the best possible results. Dana is a creative problem solver, in-depth thinker, idea person, and an extremely hard worker. She enters into any situation with the intention of attacking and resolving problems while employing intelligent action and sound decision making.
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Yazeed - Freelance Ad Design & Digital Art
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I have been designing graphics for t-shirts as a hobby, editing/retouching photos and general poster design is a passion that i would like to take forward as a career. Being creative with graphics is a passion that i have long used as a hobby, generating a sideline income for a few works i have produced.
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Jesus Mena - Freelance Portrait Painting & Drawing
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My experience is expanded widely in the field of Graphic Design, Painting, Illustrations, Portraiture, Advertising and even some experience in photography. I love to do what I do, so my ability to learn something I haven't been exposed to is very flexible. I have more then basic skills in using Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. If you need more information, I have a large portfolio which I am ready to furnish at your request.
Bellevue, Washington, United States
Willie Els - Freelance Music Production & Radio Production
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Willie Els Cape Town [c] 072 390 2204 [e] will@devastation.com Profile: I am an Audio Engineer, currently involved in a wide-spread of projects, from Recording, Mixing and Mastering to Electronic Music Production and Audio Production Lecturer. I also see myself as an expert in the Audio field; due to 10 years of Music Production for varios formats; Radio, TV, EMP and Film. I'm also the founder of Pziezzo Electric and Damage Inc (DnB / Dubstep / Breaks Acts) and continue to perform live across South Africa. I am able to work independantly on my own initiative and also as part of a team. I have leadership skills involving and motivation of staff/crew to achieve their objectives. I have first class problem solving skills and judgemental skills, dedicated to high quality standards, excellent interpersonal skills (people knowledge) and absolutely customer/client orientated (same-day-service). I have excellent networking abilities, experienced as a person with good diversity. I have an inquisitive mind and are willing and eager to challenge processes to business benefit! I am able to live my own and the company's vision and that is to ensure that all potential are fully unlocked according to national, orginisational and individual needs, on an ongoing basis, and to cultivate a motivated, competent and productive project. Major Achievements: ? Engineer for ACSA Choirs 2011 (Record, Mix and Master) ? Engineer for Viceroy Makoya in partnership with Gabi le Roux ? Releases under STASHED, Elektroshok, Electric Sushi and Orphan Music Canada ? Owner of Devastation Events. ? MIO Bloc Rockin Beatz Competition Winner January 2008 ? BPM 2010 Annual Remix Competition 2nd Runner Up ? Joining the BPM Mag columnist's team Career History: July 2011 – Currently Still Engineer Kaleidosound Studios- Cape Town Cape Town Engineer - Audio Technology ? Recording / Mix / Mastering ? Studio Manager ? Technician ? Post-production Engineer ? Foley ? On Site / Location Recording ? Music Composition (TV, Radio, Documentaries, Long Form Film) January 2010 – July 2011 Soul Candi Institute of Music - Cape Town Cape Town Program Director - Audio Technology ? Head Music Production Lecturer ? Studio Manager ? Content Division – Audio Technology ? Head Graphic Designer – SC Media Group ? Post-Production Engineer – SC Studios January 2008 – December 2009 Emendy Sound and Music Technologies Pretoria Audio & Music Production Lecturer ? Music Production Lecturer ? Audio Technician ? Writing of Edu-content ? Content Creator ? Studio Technician ? Chief Engineer January 2007 – December 2007 90.6 FM Radio Station Vereeniging Production Intern ship ? Recording of Voice Artist ? Production of Radio Advertisement ? Jingle Composition ? Creating, Recording, Sequencing and Arranging of SFX ? Scriptwriting ? Studio Maintenance and Technician Outside Broadcasting Coordinator ? Outside Broadcasting – Station Link ? Maintenance of OB Unit and Station Links ? Event Management for Outside Broadcasting in Partnertship with client Computer Skills: Adobe CS5 (Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, Illustrator) Ms Office (Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Access, Outlook and Publisher) DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) Platforms: Expertise in all Pro Tools HD, LE, Digi and M-box Proppelhead Reason 4 & 5 Ableton Live 8 Suite Steinberg Cubase 5 Steinberg Nuendo 4 Many third party VST External synths include – Access Virus, Waldorf Blofeld, Dave Smith Range, Nord Lead, Little Phatty Stage 2 Education and Qualifications: N.Dip – Audio Engineering – Graduated 2006 NQF 4&5 – Radio Production – Achieved 2007 Cerificate in AM/FM Transmission – Achieved 2007 Interests: Music, Writing, Drumming, Socialising, Public Appearance and my family Personal Information: ? Nationality: South African ? Age: 23 in 2008 (born 28 June 1985) ? Place Of Birth: Sasolburg, South Africa ? Health: Good ? Languages: English and Arikaans (Read, Write and Speak) ? High School Attended: Vredenburg High School (Cape Town) – Matriculated ? Place of Residence (at present:) Cape Town (see adress above) ? Place of Residence whilst studying: Cape Town Objective: My objective is to achieve a sustainable lifestyle through my career as an Audio Engineer and Teacher of Sound and Music.I am extremely passionate towards my dreams and ambitions and hope to achieve my goals accordingly. I strive to educate the minds of others, enabling them to achieve what was previously impossible. I am a very creative person, whether it be at work or home. I strongly believe in the principle: 'You reap what you sow". Kind Regards Willie Els
Green Point, Western Cape, South Africa