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Eliza - Freelance Book Design & Portrait Painting
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Hi, my name is Eliza shedlov, i am 15 years old. I love to draw anything from animals to silly cartoons. I love to paint illustrations and i have photographic memory. I dont see art as a bunch of circles i see it as every little line that you draw out into a picture. I love horses, and animals. I would love to have this opertunity to illustrate for your books.. I won a aviation award in 5th grade for a airplane calander. My siblings are very artistic as well, especially my grandma who loves to paint all the time and says "she knows what ill be doing when im older". Please dont be put off by my age! i have taken some of my favorite pictures drawn and painted and will attach them so you can see them.
St. Cloud, Minnesota, United States
Ben Gillespie - Freelance Proofreading & Editing
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BEN GILLESPIE bdgillespie@uchicago.edu EDUCATION University of Chicago, Master of Arts, Humanities Sept. 2010 to June 2011 Areas of focus: Poetry and Poetics, Art History; GPA 3.9/4 University of Denver, Graduate Publishing Certificate July 2010 to Aug. 2010 Denver Publishing Institute University of Georgia, Bachelor of Arts, English Aug. 2006 to Dec. 2009 Honors Program; Charter and Diversity Scholarships EXPERIENCE Research Assistant to Professor Lisa Ruddick Sept. 2010 to present University of Chicago English Department – Survey contemporary academic discourse for Prof. Ruddick’s book project (under contract with Cornell University Press). – Identify pertinent work and highlight relevant content. – Provide support and recommend approaches for web-based discussion (blog, Twitter, etc). – Prepare course material for graduate and undergraduate classes. Event Coordinator Jan. 2010 to June 2010 Community Treks, Denver, CO – Planned all aspects of the nonprofit group’s annual banquet for hundreds of guests, including venue, catering, invitations, and entertainment. – Served as liaison between event support and Community Treks. – Reorganized and updated database of donors and donations. Tutor Jan. 2010 to June 2010 Club Z Tutoring, Arvada, CO – Tutored high school students in Mathematics, Physics, and Language Arts. – Assisted in standardized test preparation. Quality Assurance Executive June 2008 to Jan. 2009 Wordbank LLC, Denver, CO – Ensured the uniformity and accuracy of translation across multiple languages and media for clients including Disney and Hewlett Packard. – Corresponded with translators across the world to achieve precise translations while maintaining cultural awareness. SKILLS Computer: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access); Front Page; HTML; MacOS; Adobe (Photoshop and Acrobat) Languages: Advanced French Music: Performed as Assistant Principal Viola in the University of Georgia Symphony and ARCO Chamber Orchestra. Selected to perform as Principal with Dave Brubeck.
Denver, Colorado, United States
Peggy Miller - Freelance Resume Writing & Technical Writing
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3.0
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$65
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Peggy Miller ________________________________________ OBJECTIVE A position in Writing, Editing, and Resume Writing. SUMMARY • An effective writer; able to communicate ideas clearly and concisely. Advanced knowledge of grammar and language. • Wrote, professional, technical, and academic papers for diverse for a variety of clients in professional and academic work history. • Analytical with a focus on details; experienced at synthesizing information for the user. • Knowledge of industry trends and language; fluent in technical communication. CERTIFICATIONS CPRW – In Progress EXPERIENCE TEKSystems (Telecommute), Metairie, LA Technical Writer/Editor, 2013 - 2014 • Technical writing for the operational support team which included manuals, training materials, incident summaries and white papers. • Wrote and edited new compliance documentation for a technical audience. • Created user documentation for a variety of material, including how-to guides and instruction manuals. Hewlett-Packard (Telecommute), Slidell, LA Technical Editor II, 2011 - 2012 • Wrote and edited technical proposals for a technical audience. • Edited Security documentation. • Editing support for NASA HQ. Textron, Slidell, LA Technical Writer, 2005 - 2010 • Wrote and edited operations and maintenance procedures. • Wrote and edited MIL-STD technical manuals. • Edited processes, procedures, and technical drawings. EDUCATION Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA Master of Arts, English, Major: 2005 Bachelor of Arts, English, Major: 1998
Kinder, Louisiana, United States
Martha DiIllio - Freelance Bookkeeping & Financial Reporting
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5.0
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$25
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Martha A. DiIllio 1109 Madison Ave. Prospect Park, PA. 19076 Summary: I have 30 years of bookkeeping and other office related experience. My qualifications are with Accounts Payable, including bank reconciliation, Accounts Receivable, customer invoicing, entering payments, and balancing deposits to cash receipts journal. Among other duties I am able to prepare spreadsheets using Excel and prepare all of the formulas to track any requirement. While working in conjunction with Accountants I am familiar with the daily routines of both manual and computer software accounting packages. I also do Payroll all aspect including all of the related tax reports, both quarterly and at year end. Education: 1977 - 1979 Delaware County Community College (courses in Accounting, Data Processing, Business Management, and other business-related courses.) 2012 Golden State Tax Training Institute -2012 Certificate of Completion Intuit-Certificate of Completion-QuickBooks Certified Computer • Experience: • QuickBooks Pro (all thru 2014) • QuickBooks online • MS Word/Excel/Access (Office 2010) • MS Works • WordPerfect 11 • Windows (3.1; 95, 2Kand XP & 7) • Time Slip 2008 (Legal Billing Software) • Time Matters 2008 • Standard Time (Project and Employee time tracking) • Peach Tree • Salomon • Pro Series (person income tax preparation software) • Turbo Tax both Business and Personal • MAS 90 • Xero • Dropbox • Google Docs • Shoebox • Freshbooks Employment 01/04-Present Self–employed as a Full Charge Bookkeeper 12/01 to 9/03 Camera Clinic, Inc. Clifton Heights, Pa. Duties included full charge Bookkeeper using QuickBooks as the Accounting package. Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable including tracking and reconciling Purchase Orders. I was also responsible for all account reconciliation and making adjusting Journal Entries I maintained the files and was responsible for the payroll and Taxes. 8/00 to 10/01: M.C. Painting Corp., Crum Lynne, Pa. Duties included full charge Bookkeeper using QuickBooks as the Accounting package. Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable. I was also responsible for all account reconciliation and making adjusting Journal Entries. I prepared all bid paperwork, maintained the files, prepared union reports and was responsible for the payroll. 7/99 to 3/00: Shaffer DeSouza Brown, Inc. Havertown, Pa. Duties included full charge Bookkeeper using QuickBook Pro as the Accounting package. Other duties included preparing and filing state sales taxes, customer billing (also using AIA format) and Accounts Payable. I was also responsible for all account reconciliation and making adjusting Journal Entries. I entered payroll into the Quickbook Pro for the purpose of Job Costing. Other duties included interviewing and hiring assistant. 7/98 to 7/99: P.H.C. Co., Inc. Newtown Square, Pa. Duties include full charge Bookkeeper, including payroll and all of the related adjustments. Certified Payroll, including setting up and preparing a spreadsheet to track employees’ hours and job assignments. Set up and maintain AIA invoicing for Accounts Receivable records. Accounts Payable Including Job Cost Tracking with MAS90 QuickBooks Pro. I prepared all Bids paper work from start to completion and when awarded the Contract, maintain the file. I also placed classified ad, took employment applications, interviewed and hired for my assistant. Other Training: Subaru Customer Service Training Certificate Subaru Effective Service Manager Subaru Professional Service Advisor Tom Peter's Excellence Seminar Multiple Task Management Seminars Excel for Beginners Excel Intermediate Income Tax Preparation QuickBooks Pro-Both Accountant and Enterprise modules Volunteer Experience: 1/1/2009 – 5/1/2011 Treasurer of Delaware Valley Miata Club 12/85 - 12/90: Area Representative for American Intercultural Student Exchange Program. Responsibilities included interviewing families to host foreign exchange students for a 10-month visit; and handling all aspects of student, family, and school relationships throughout the 10-month period. 01/80 - 12/84: Prospect Park Borough Councilwoman
Folsom, Pennsylvania, United States
Stefan Schwartz - Freelance Nature Photography & Creative Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
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Stefan Kennedy Schwartz 809 Allens Creek Road, Rochester, NY, 14618 585-309-5451 stefankschwartz@gmail.com Education: · Bachelor of Environmental Studies Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY GPA: 3.61 Internship History: · Hudson River Clearwater Sloop February 2009-May 2009 Environmental education intern at environmental organization in the Hudson Valley. Organizing publications, coordinating educational sails on the Hudson River, writing short environmental blurbs for “Clearwater Moments” on NPR. · Poughkeepsie Farm Project March 2009-Present Planting vegetable fields for fall harvest. Transplanting seedlings in the greenhouses. · Tigre Eco-Village July 2009 Tigre, Argentina On-site maintenance, cleared several small plots of land. Laid foundation for new eco-building. Employment History: · Farm Apprenticeship Jun 2010- October 2010 Terrapin Farm Whitefish, Montana I learned the ins and outs of organic produce farming, including all responsibilities related to the labor required, as well as what role organics play in the political and environmental movements within the U.S. · Campus Patrol Jan 2008-May 2010 Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY My duties include patrolling a designated path, performing student *******, and checking the lock-up status of buildings throughout campus. · Restaurant Services May 2005-August 2007 Great Northern Pizza Kitchen Pittsford, NY I prepped as well as delivered our products. I was responsible for washing all dishes and organizing the ingredients refrigerator. · Landscaping May 2004-August 2006 Self-Employed Rochester, NY My duties included mulching, edging, hedging, and simple patio construction. Because I was self-employed, I was responsible for advertising my services as well as self-scheduling my work. Organization History · Vassar Greens September 2006-May 2008 Working with Vassar administration to increase sustainability within the college community. Organizing environmental awareness campaigns. · Vice Jazz February 2007- September 2009 Contacting and booking jazz acts to perform every Tuesday night during the college semester. · Students for Environmental Organization July 2008-November 2008 University of Otago, New Zealand Organizing environmental awareness campaigns, tree planting on a small island off the coast of Dunedin. Extracurriculars: · Men’s Rugby at Vassar College. (Head captain for 2009-10 season) · Blues/Classical guitar. Have taken lessons for the past five years. · Fly-Fishing. Travel Experience: · June 2007-Jan 2008: Studying and traveling in New Zealand · June 2009-August 2009: Backpacking and volunteering in Argentina · October 2010- December 2010: Trekking and traveling in Nepal, India, and Hong Kong.
East Rochester, New York, United States
Annette H - Freelance Grant Writing & Resume Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
$35
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ANNETTE HUMPHREYS 1727 SUMMER STREET, HOT SPRINGS, AR 71913 501-520-7050 ? humphreysannette@yahoo.com ? Education Masters of Science, College Student Personnel Arkansas Tech University Russellville, AR May 2014 Bachelors of Professional Studies, Public Relations Arkansas Tech University, *** Laude Russellville, AR August 2012 Professional Work Experience Juvenile Probation Officer/Delinquent Intake Officer May 2000 to December 2015 Garland County Circuit Court, Division II – Juvenile Monitor compliance of probationers Provide case management of probationers and families Perform school and home visits Collaborate with law enforcement, prosecutors, and school personnel to ensure success of client Collect and enter data Secure out of home placement of juveniles in both state and private facilities Speak to local and state organizations regarding the role and purpose of juvenile services Mediate and/or facilitate cases Refer clients appropriate mental health agencies or helping organization based on needs Develop court orders Garland County Multidisciplinary Team Coordinator, April 2007 to present Arkansas Commission on Child Abuse, ****, and Domestic Violence Chair a committee of twenty representatives from state and local agencies involved in the investigation and prosecution of Priority I and II child abuse cases for Garland County Receive reports from the Arkansas State Police child abuse hotline Contact appropriate agencies Determine and contact lead investigator for each call Develop agendas for meetings held twice monthly Distribute agendas to agency representatives Conduct meeting, encouraging discussion among agencies Document results of finding Report results to ACCRDV Track all cases through investigation, prosecution, and sentencing Provide ACCRDV and committee members with monthly reports and findings Maintain confidentiality of all information Provide training opportunities for committee members Higher Education Work Experience Arkansas Tech University College Student Personnel Practicum Ninety hours completed with University of Arkansas School of Social Work Counsel and mentor ungraduated student Develop PowerPoint presentations for School of Social Work graduate students on Juvenile Intervention programs, Child Abuse Statistics and Arkansas Law, and LGBT College Students Research and compile data to develop a comprehensive family resource guide of helping organizations in our state Activities College Student Personnel Association Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society Arkansas National Guard Youth Challenge Program mentor Honors and Awards Juvenile Justice Worker of the Year - 2003 Jimmy Joyce Lifetime Achievement Award in Juvenile Justice – 2007 Liz Brakebill Award – 2013 - Recognizing efforts in the prevention of child abuse and neglect References Kevin Hoffman, Chief Probation Officer Garland County Circuit Court, Division II 607 Ouachita, Room 120 Hot Springs, AR 71901 501-609-6313 khoffman@garlandcounty.org Keri Worley, County Supervisor Independence County Arkansas Department of Human Services 100 Weaver Avenue Batesville, AR 72501 870-307-5731 Keri.Worley@arkansas.gov Stasia Burk, State MDT Coordinator Arkansas Commission on Child Abuse, ****, and Domestic Violence 4301 West Markham, Slot 606 Little Rock, AR 72205 501-612-5902 sdburk@uams.edu
Atoka, Tennessee, United States
Andrew Katz - Freelance Video Editing & Audio Editing
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Andrew Katz - Writer, Director, Producer, and Cinematographer My most recent work - The Science Teacher: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rih-N1E2In8 Experience I have produced, written, and directed four short films, music videos, commercials, and stop motion projects. • Short Films: o “Scooter” – A silent film following the hype and build up of a scooter race that will forever change the main characters adolescent life. o “No More Baby Sitters” – Two friends are left alone one night for the first time and their eventual anxiety about causes their young imaginations to run wild. o “Chess” – A music video where a man’s morality is torn between “good” and “bad” and the man turns a chess game between the two sides is to settle the dispute. o “The Science Teacher” – A work in progress, this comedy is about a science teacher who despises two students so feverishly that she takes them hostage and is able to get away with help from an unexpected ally, the assistant principal. • Collaborated with my Dad (who is a producer and writer) on a 30 second TV spot for Norelco starring major league baseball players Nick Swisher and Jonathan Papelbon. Worked on the script and edit. • In addition to my own films, I helped on a film of my friend’s who has directed a number of award-winning films. o Served as a grip and boom pole operator. o “Consequential Lies,” has already been nominated for the National Film Festival for Talented Youth and has won awards at competitions such as Westport Youth Film Festival and Litchfield Hills Film Festival. Other Related Experiences • Three-time guest/performer on The Rose O’Donnell show. • Co-host on XM kids radio show, “That’s Right, That’s Wrong.” • Guest on Oxygen Network game show, “Can You Tell?” • Assistant Producer on weekly sports radio show, WNLK Norwalk.
Wilton, Connecticut, United States
Michael Chase Walker - Freelance Animation & Blog Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$150
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MICHAEL CHASE WALKER Screenwriter/Producer/Author "As for myself, it has always been about story. Beyond the box office, the Nielsens, the best sellers and the endless jockeying for credits and money, to grasp the essence of storytelling is to unravel the mystery and the history of human consciousness." Biography Michael Chase Walker is the author of Power Screenwriting: The 12 Stages of Story Development. He is a screenwriter with numerous credits to his name, including, Cupid for Steven Spielberg, After Man, The Court Jester, Galaxy High School, Catch a Fire, The Bob Marley Story, and The Poet and The Tsar: The Life and Times of Alexander Pushkin. He just sold his screenplays and Graphic Novel Circus Galacticus: Circus of the Beyond and Shrek author William Steig's Rotten Island to Vanguard Animation. He is currently adapting Pulitzer prize, Academy Award winner Jules Feiffer's Trapped in a Comic Book as a hybrid live-action animated major motion picture.
Santa Monica, California, United States
Shay Egerton - Freelance Logo Design & Magazine Design
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4.0
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And idesigns is a boutique graphic design company specializing in graphic design for print, web, and clothing. We specialize in logos, magazine covers, photography, and web designs. We offer affordable prices and our clientele ranges from small start-up companies to large corporations. We also offer various other services such as publicity, marketing, and writing. If you are interested in working with us or need additional information on our prices, please e-mail andidesigns1@gmail.com. Checkout my portfolio: http://www.behance.net/and-idesigns/frame
Powder Springs, Georgia, United States
Shannon Wallace - Freelance Public Relations & Marketing
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EXPERIENCE Shannon Wallace Designs Designer/CEO January 2009 – Present (3 years 1 month) I am a handbag and jewelry designer. All my pieces are one-of-a-kind, made by me, and are original designs fit for the bold and courageous as well as the meek and mild. I have either hand-knitted, gathered vintage fabrics, found unusual fabrics by the yard, or repurposed beautiful pieces of clothing to present my unique handbag collection. All of my jewelry are also made by me and are original designs. I have repurposed interesting buttons, beads, blocks and wire to create a ring collection that is truly designed for the woman who knows who she is and is ready to tell the world. Shannon Wallace Marketing Consulting President/CEO 2008 – Present (4 years) Work with clients to develop, leverage, and implement a portfolio of marketing and PR tools, services, procedures and processes. Participate in determining marketing and PR strategies with sales, product, and leadership teams to evaluate existing practice and opportunities for standardization. Explore collaboration opportunities and joint marketing and PR programs. Organize marketing and PR events such as live television appearances, grand openings, and special events. Write Web content/SEO, press releases, speeches, scripts, and announcements. Initiate and propose positive push and pull activities with staff/team. Track all marketing initiatives. Review branding positioning of company/organization to ensure impact and awareness. Serve as spokesperson for client in interviews, videos and live/on-air TV appearances. On-Camera and Voiceover Talent Marketing/Communications October 1995 – Present (16 years 4 months) On-camera and voiceover talent for TV commercials, documentaries, industrial videos, Internet videos, public service announcements, and podcasts. Shannon Wallace Sings Singer/Performer January 1991 – Present (21 years 1 month) From big band orchestras to jazz trios and acapella quartets, I have been professionally performing around the state, the country, and internationally since 1991 at concert venues, corporate functions, charity benefits, private parties, nightclubs, restaurants & wine bars. Music genres include standards, jazz, blues, and Broadway classics. I am also a radio and TV jingle singer and voiceover talent. Musical Instrument Museum Interim Marketing Manager February 2010 – May 2010 (4 months) Oversee the integration of the multitude of marketing-related initiatives across the museum, music theater, museum retail store, and restaurant. Proactively work to identify and manage marketing projects/needs to further contribute to MIM’s successful public grand opening on April 24th, 2010. Develop and implement proactive strategies to support and promote MIM’s objectives, employing all forms of media: print, broadcast, collateral, web, social, and direct. Serve as the point of contact with museum’s national Public Relations firm to successfully launch the museum. Work with tourism officials, convention and visitors’ bureaus, chambers of commerce, conference planners, hotel associations, and other partners who help drive attendance to MIM. Oversee and implement MIM’s local media, public relations, and advertising efforts. Manage the MIM brand and grow its recognition. Utilize research to understand the state, regional, national, and international markets. Identify external competition and trends. Assist to broker mutually beneficial community partnerships, and corporate and media sponsorships. Provide oversight of the MIM Web site and of writers producing content for PR and Web publicity. Ensure outstanding guest satisfaction through ongoing monitoring of MIM’s Guest Service operations. Plan and administer MIM’s marketing operations budget to achieve maximum results. Board of Directors Scottsdale Leadership June 2007 – May 2010 (3 years) Responsible for the leadership of the Alumni Events Committee, working with the committee to plan a series of educational and social events for current Scottsdale Leadership members and alumni. Previously chaired and vice-chaired the Marketing committee to create media publicity for the organization and retool collateral materials and communication/outreach outlets. CC Jones Orchestra Front Woman - Singer 1999 – 2010 (11 years) Front woman/singer for a 20-piece big band orchestra performing standards, jazz, and blues for private parties, corporate functions, and charity benefits. Arizona Multihousing Association Director of Government & Community Relations November 2007 – August 2008 (10 months) Responsible for the executive leadership, direction and management of the AMA’s government and community relations programs. Work directly with the President and CEO; association contract lobbyists; industry representatives; elected, government officials; various state, county and municipal government agencies; and organizations and other associations. Serve as a principal media contact and spokesperson for the AMA. Serve as staff liaison and provide support to the Government Affairs, Community Relations, AMAPAC (political action committee) and Ethics committees. Responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining a community relations program with the goals of improving the image of the rental housing industry through internal, online and e-mail marketing initiatives, collateral materials and various public presentations and speeches. Develop and manage proactive targeted advocacy, media, public relations, and internal and external communication strategies, tactics and messages. City of Scottsdale Public Information Officer October 2001 – November 2007 (6 years 2 months) Serve as city spokesperson on customer/community issues. Develop and implement projects that focus on community development and relations, and establish a network of community members to keep abreast of potential issues affecting the organization to enhance the City’s standing amongst its citizenry, the community, and in neighboring municipalities. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with elected officials, government and business leaders, key customers and community groups and provide them with appropriate community development and community relations information. Develop and participate in the development of integrated community and governmental strategies in concert with other internal departments to build key community relationships. Develop and conduct public meetings to inform and educate residents about City programs and services. Develop and implement community-contact programs designed to inform community groups and promote interactive communication. Assess communication needs, identify target audiences, research topics, determine strategies, positioning and messages, select media mix, and develop action plans. Serve as the City's representative in interactions with community organizations, other government entities, chambers of commerce, leadership groups, business and neighborhood coalitions, and educational institutions. Establish and maintain contacts and relationships with local media. Coordinate with community leaders to develop and implement public relations strategies to help increase the positive branding of the City’s programs and services. Work with internal customers to manage local advertising efforts by assessing needs and identifying target audiences, determining messages to convey. Write internal and external speeches, articles, press releases, collateral material, advertising and marketing campaigns, event and television scripts, and employee communications. KNXV-TV, ABC 15 Promotion Producer September 1998 – September 2001 (3 years 1 month) Develop and manage station brand, strategic marketing, and communications activities for clients and internal sales and promotions teams. Drive integrated marketing processes through the development of long-term internal and external strategic marketing and brand positioning plans that positively impact television audience/targeted demographics. Create, write, produce, and edit station image campaigns, sponsored event promotions, client-sponsored promos, radio promotions, and daily news topicals. Create image and marketing strategies for station image campaigns to increase station ratings/viewership. Develop, coordinate, implement, and manage proactive communications/strategic recommendations, projects, and plans. Manage clients’ commercial advertising projects to generate revenue/business. Coordinate station-sponsored events, delegate job responsibilities to staff, and oversee event management. Market station’s on-air product and promote station-sponsored events. Write press releases, employee communications, and other related external and internal publications. Interact with current and potential viewers for overall proactive station promotion. KPHO-TV, CBS 5 Writer/Producer October 1996 – September 1998 (2 years) Work with staff to create marketing/promotional strategies to encourage higher ratings. Create, write, produce and edit station-sponsored event promotions and client-sponsored promos. Manage clients’ commercial advertising projects to generate revenue/business. Market station’s product on air and in public. Market station’s involvement within the community/event planning. Interact with current and potential viewers for overall proactive promotion of the station’s image (news, local programming, local & network promotions & sales projects). Produce in-studio and remote commercial and station image promos. KTVW-TV 33 – UNIVISION Production Assistant September 1994 – October 1996 (2 years 2 months) Produce and edit station Spanish-language image promos and commercials. Develop/create station image marketing promos. Consult with government agencies and the large and small business community to create on-air commercial products and public service announcement. Serve as writer, producer, photographer, editor and graphic designer for station promos, commercials, news packages and weekend entertainment show. City of Phoenix City Cable 11 Video Photographer 1994 – 1996 (2 years) Video photographer for weekely news and interest stories, and local programming. XHUS-TV 8 Bilingual TV Reporter Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico February 1995 – April 1995 (3 months) Broadcast and print writer/producer/reporter for XHUS-TV and monthly publication La Gaceta. Serve as an English/Spanish translator for University-contracted professionals and University literature. Represent President of the University translating meetings, international conference calls, e-mails and English-written documents for international clients. Make presentations to Spanish-speaking students. Voice-over various packages in Spanish for television broadcasts. KPNX-TV, NBC 12 Special Projects Unit/News Intern January 1990 – October 1994 (4 years 10 months) Research, interview, write scripts and coordinate event logistics for annual KPNX “Town Hall” televised forums. Field produce and edit for long-form documentary projects. Research, write, field produce and edit hard news and feature stories. Arizona State Legislature Transportation Committee House of Representatives Assistant Analyst/Intern January 1994 – May 1994 (5 months) Staff mediator of the Transportation Committee for Legislators and their constituents. Research and present legislation and proposed amendments to State Representatives and Senators. Testify in committee and caucus meetings. Draft House bill amendments, anticipate potential problems with working legislation and interface with Lobbyists from various government agencies and the private sector.
Phoenix, Arizona, United States