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William Lowe - Freelance 3D Graphic Design & Graphic Design
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Antioch, California, United States
Themarv - Freelance Graphic Design & Flyer Design
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Antioch, California, United States

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Dessa Salter - Freelance Writing & Editing
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Very experienced writer; journalism UK and abroad; excellent, meticulous editor who works fast and is able to deliver clean copy while retaining the author's character and "voice". Published news, features, analysis, reviews in newspapers and magazines; in-house work includes writing, editing, drafting speeches and reports. Will assist with, but will not write, academic work from undergraduate to post-graduate. Also published fiction; creative writing a strength. Poetry, jingles, songs, scripts - if you need words, I can find them.
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Paula Stiles - Freelance Writing & Editing
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I am currently co-founder, Editor in Chief and Copy Editor for Innsmouth Free Press since January 2009. I have sold 39 short stories, as well as numerous reviews and articles, in SF/fantasy/horror. I have also sold over 100 articles on genre fiction, history, travel, writing, science, and television/film; academic and popular book reviews; and film reviews. I cowrote and published a mystery/SF novel, "Fraterfamilias". I edited a fantasy novel, "Proper People", and coedited fantasy anthologies, "Historical Lovecraft" and "Candle in the Attic Window". I wrote masters and PhD theses about the Knights Templar in Spain. I wrote a medieval history blog for Suite101 in 2006/7 and a personal blog, "The Middle Ages Get Medieval". I am a member of the Other Worlds Writers workshop (since 2003) and Permuted Press' The Pit. And I was copy editor for Internet Review of Science Fiction 2007-10. I have also tutored students in English grammar and essay writing, online and in person, for Smarthinking.com (2003-6) and MasterMind Prep (2010).
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MK Design House - Freelance Website Design & Graphic Design
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Monica Kekuewa, owner and web/graphic designer of MK Design House, eradicates bad design with her mind and heart. Her designs have won 6 Addy Awards. Her team includes content, grant, and business planning experts to offer a complete, marketing package. BIO: Monica has 25 years of experience ranging from newspaper ads and company brochures to e-design for a web-based F-117A Stealth Fighter training program. She is an active member of the Hispano Chamber of Commerce de Las Cruces. Her mural Looking West is displayed at Tays Center, New Mexico State University.
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Jay Sandusky - Freelance Copywriting, Creative Writing, Article Writing, & Advertising
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My name is Jay Sandusky. You can view my creative samples and resume at jaysandusky.com. I am a writer/creative director who has managed creative staffs at two NYC agencies. At both agencies I rose from copywriter to creative director. Over the years I’ve shot with Spike Lee and Ted Demme (among others), persuaded 500,000 New Yorkers to seek mental health care in the wake of 9/11 (vastly more than anyone expected); helped make Tennis the fastest growing sport in America; co-conceived and wrote the most successful anti-smoking campaign in New York City history; and encouraged parents in 14 states to open college funds for their children. Along the way I’ve written 100-page RFP responses; created, written, researched and edited our company newsletter, Connect’d; penned many highly-persuasive direct mail packages; helped develop four websites from scratch and upgraded three others; written hundreds of online banners; been the agency’s lead creative presenter; and I even created (and occasionally illustrated) at least 6 of our company Christmas cards. I’m also a published cartoonist.
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Tori Moss - Freelance Creative Writing & Poem Writing
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I'm a researching writer. I enjoy looking for new approaches to different topics, as well as different styles. I feel like every article has to fit the subject, and I'm the person completing the puzzle. I excel in poetry, but I also enjoy writing reviews, explanations, or comparisons. I would like to advance my craft, and since practice makes perfect I guess I'll be practicing as much as possible.
Fort Mill, South Carolina, United States
Rebecca George - Freelance Painting & Drawing
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Professional fine artist and art instructor. Completes freelance projects on time with a high level of professionalism. Exceptional fine art skills. Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. - EXPERIENCE - SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, Chicago, IL Faculty, Continuing Studies Department January 2011- present Developed and hired to teach innovative syllabus for beginner-level class in Nonprofit Management for Artists to prepare students in all aspects of launching, promoting, developing and strategically planning for a nonprofit organization in a contemporary market. Intern, Sullivan Gallery Summer 2010 Under the supervision of Mary Jane Jacob, assisted gallery staff with first ever Summer Studio Pro-gram, transforming the enormous gallery into Artists’ working space. Provided support for visiting artists, documented artists at work and assisted with data collection of artists experience to inform future gallery programming. 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YOUTH NETWORK COUNCIL, Chicago, IL Statewide Program Director 2/01 - 8/08 Reporting to Executive Director, prepared and coordinated annual strategic program and funding plans to ensure successful outcomes. Established and monitored positive youth development programs, collaborating with internal staff and community-based youth-serving & youth-focused stakeholders. Regularly worked in the field fostering optimal performance and tracking program results. Hired, supervised and trained four program and administrative staff. Implemented and managed federal demonstration project grant to increase positive youth opportuni-ties applied to constructive use of time, self-expression, youth participation and civic engagement. Disseminated program information to partners & stakeholders; contributed to agency marketing com-munication efforts. Served as agency representative on statewide youth policy boards & committees regarding youth services. ? Received Commissioner’s Award from Administration on Children, Youth and Families at U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services on behalf of the State of Illinois Youth Development Demonstration Project, March 2003. CORNELL INTERVENTIONS/CITY GIRLS, Chicago, IL Art Therapist 6/99 - 1/01 Provided individual/group crisis intervention counseling and constructive growth activities for adoles-cent females, aged 12-19, at residential substance abuse treatment center; supported clients’ transition to outpatient status within a group or parent’s home or independent living environment. Managed residents through withdrawal and provided positive youth development programming. Worked with interdisciplinary team on a case-by-case basis to support developmental goals of each client. BBF FAMILY SERVICES, Chicago, IL Arts Instructor 2/97 - 5/99 Conceived, designed and taught Visual & Performing Arts Program for community youth, aged 6-18, with life-altering personal growth & development activities; conducted daily classes and workshops, ranging from 5-20 participants per class. THE CHICAGO ACADEMY FOR THE ARTS, Chicago, IL Faculty Member, Visual Arts Department 7/98 - 5/99 Developed curricula and taught Intermediate & Advanced Drawing, Oil Painting and Color Theory courses as part of intensive, college preparatory Visual Arts Program for grades 9 12. ? Developed Art Department's most innovative, successful color theory & advanced drawing syllabi in Academy's 17-year history. COOK COUNTY JUVENILE TEMPORARY DETENTION CENTER, Chicago, IL Visual Arts Instructor 12/93 - 1/97 Initiated and taught Detention Center's first-ever ongoing curricula for Visual Arts Program. ? Motivated hundreds of residents to apply for Visual Arts Program; 95% of students reapplied for advanced-level classes throughout periods of detention. MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES, Baltimore, MD Artist in Residence &Art/Life Skills Instructor 2/93 - 12/93 Conducted pilot program for MDJS at two juvenile detention facilities, residential treatment facility and center for disabled youth. Taught multi-media arts curriculum to disadvantaged youth in first of its kind pilot project. Organized group of residents to create large-scale indoor mural in two centers. MCKIM COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, Baltimore, MD Visual Arts Instructor 6/93 - 12/93 Development and implementation of preventative program in public housing community center teaching boys/girls, aged 7-14. Completed 25-foot high outdoor mural with students. - RECENT EXHIBITIONS - OPEN STUDIO EXHIBITION, Chicago, IL Fine Arts Building August 2011 MFA THESIS EXHIBITION, Chicago, IL Group Show, Sullivan Galleries April-May 2011 LIFE, Chicago, IL Curated by Kamden Vencill March-May 2011 NO PEOPLE, PETS OR FLOWERS, Chicago, IL Curated by SAIC Arts Administration Graduate Student December 2010 MIDNITE SNACKS, Chicago, IL Group show, Curated by SAIC Arts Administration Graduate Students December 2009- March 2010 - EDUCATION - SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, Chicago, IL Graduating with Master of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing May 21, 2011 SPERTUS COLLEGE, Chicago, IL Master of Science in Nonprofit Management, Concentration in Fundraising Graduated Magna *** Laude nine months early with a 3.8/4.0 GPA. MARYLAND INSTITUTE COLLEGE OF ART, Baltimore, MD Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduated Magna *** Laude six months early, 1993. Received Top Art/Jurors Choice Cash Award in senior year Student Exhibition. Awarded merit scholarships totaling $85,000. CHICAGO ACADEMY FOR THE ARTS, Chicago, IL Graduated with top honors; recognized as top Visual Arts Student in graduating class. Recognized as one of the 50 top Young Artists in Illinois. - Membership - College Art Association Member since 2010
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Kevin Krahenbuhl - Freelance Article Writing & Book Writing
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Kevin Krahenbuhl 6322 South Sinova Avenue Gilbert, Arizona 85298 (480) 993-3413 Cell Phone: (480) 209-6307 kevin.krahenbuhl@cgcmail.maricopa.edu krahenbuhl.kevin@chandler.k12.az.us OBJECTIVE To be selected as the Athletic Director for Chandler-Gilbert Community College in the Maricopa County Community College District. EDUCATION Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Northern Arizona University, 2011* (all coursework and comprehensive exams to be completed by fall 2011) * Concentration: Educational Leadership – Higher Education Dissertation: To Be defended following completion of course materials and comprehensive exams (Topic – FYE Impacts for Student Athletes) 3.93 GPA M.A. Liberal Studies, Arizona State University, 2008 Concentration: Borders: Migration & Culture Master’s Thesis: “Defining the American Identity” 3.63 GPA B.A. Education, Arizona State University, 2004 Emphasis: Secondary Education & History 3.47 GPA WORK EXPERIENCE Adjunct Instructor, Chandler-Gilbert Community College, Gilbert, AZ 2010-Present Supervisor: Dr. Sandra Stuebner (Division Chair for Social & Behavior Sciences @CGC) - Taught HIS 103, HIS 104, & HIS 111 courses - Devised course syllabus, structure, lectured, integrated technology & performance assessment requirements, administered grades - Substituted when available - Completed HIS 111 course in Spring 2011 when the residential instructor had to take extended leave for the semester - Instructed HIS 104 summer course when requested the weekend before it began as the initial instructor was not going to instruct it High School Teacher/Coach, Hamilton High School; Chandler, AZ 2004-Present Supervisor: Dr. Fred DePrez (Principal) - Taught courses in World History, United States History, Economics, Government, American Studies II, Advanced Placement United States History, Health, Literacy Skills, JV Baseball PE, & Golf Academy - Designed course curriculum for American Studies II (new program I developed at the request of the Principal) - Arranged for golf course access, instruction, and practice facility availability for the Golf Academy (new class co-created by myself & the boys golf coach) - Varsity Head Coach for the Girls Golf Team (2006-Present) - Head Freshman or Head Junior Varsity Baseball Coach (2004-Present) ATHLETIC EXPERIENCE Intern for ASU Athletics, Arizona State University; Tempe, AZ Spring 2011 Supervisor: Lyn Music (Associate Athletic Director of Operations & Facilities) - Worked within the Athletics Department Division of Operations & Facilities - Co-coordinator for the 2011 Women’s Pac-10 Golf Championship - Assisted Supervisor of the Kajikawa Classic softball tournament - Generated forms that increased efficiency for revision of the DHS Evacuation Plan materials for the Carson Student Center - Created a comparative analysis report for the redesign of facility rental rates to maximize utilization of university facilities and generated proposed rate schedule worksheets for the university to consider as they finalize this restructuring - Attended various meetings with Athletic Directors & other employees Head Varsity Girls Golf Coach, Hamilton High School; Chandler, AZ 2006-Present Supervisor: Dr. Fred DePrez (Principal) – John Wrenn/Richard Baniszewski/Sharon Vanis (Athletic Directors) - Arranged for course access for daily practices in-season & golf matches - Evaluated revenue streams for the Golf Program and expanded fundraising over five times the funds brought in during my first year - Improved golfers stroke average substantially year-to-year & developed programs that challenged athletes of all different skill levels - Developed a series of team-bonding events that emphasized team unity, respected the diverse nature of our team, and established long-lasting relationships - Developed an in-class and on-course golf curriculum that allowed student athletes who did not make the team to participate in a “Golf Academy” and increase their golf abilities to strengthen our overall program - Established, organized, and implemented the inaugural 2010 Antigua National High School Golf Invitational including top teams from across the country and the state of Arizona; our team won the event defeating many other state champions - Created a Junior Varsity practice team, arranged for course access, identified Assistant coaches, and engaged JV athletes in Golf program events - Maintained budgetary needs of the team including planning for costs associated with the entire in-season and off-season schedule - Complete statistical analysis of each golfer to identify areas most in need of improvement to make the most efficient & effective use of practice time - Achieved many accolades including being the 2010 State Champions, three runner-up finishes at the highest level of Arizona High School athletics, and finishing in the Top 5 every year of my coaching record - Overall winning percentage over .900 in 6 seasons Freshman/Junior Varsity Baseball Coach, Hamilton High School; Chandler, AZ 2004-Present Supervisor: Mike Woods (Varsity Baseball Coach) + same as in Varsity Girls Golf Coach - Initiated freshmen baseball players into the HHS baseball program - Collaborated with the entire coaching staff to strengthen overall program - Planned & supervised all practices and game managerial decisions all season long - Compiled and tracked statistics to identify trends, strengths, & weaknesses to make the most efficient & effective use of practice time & game management strategies - Overall winning percentage of over .800 in 6 seasons including Region Championships at the respective level in 5 of the 6 seasons Assistant Recruiting Coordinator, Arizona State University; Tempe, AZ 2002 - 2003 Supervisor: Graham Rossini (Director of Baseball Operations) - Support ASU Baseball team as an administrative assistant for recruiting - Help the program in other capacities including team practices, statistical support during games, among other things Collegiate Baseball Player, Arizona State University; Tempe, AZ 2000 – 2001 Supervisor: Pat Murphy (Head Coach), Mike Rooney (Assistant Coach – Infield) - Competed in a walk-on tryout and earned opportunity to be part of the ASU Baseball team as a redshirt player in 2000-2001 - During the season practiced daily, attended all games & supported team, joined several trips including one to Florida State University and to the Regional @Cal St. Fullerton - In the second season I was not going to be playing and chose the option of continuing as Recruiting Assistant for the program SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE 5A-I State Golf Championship Director, AIA; Phoenix, AZ 2008 – 2009 Supervisor: Dean Visser (AIA Director for Golf) - Helped plan courses & coordinating the events (Super Regionals & State Championship) - Acquire all needs to run the event including volunteers, rules officials, scoring materials, among other things - Supervised the State Championship as Tournament Director & Official Scorekeeper - Submitted all scoring information each night to be posted online by AIA Varsity Head Golf Coach, Hamilton High School; Chandler, AZ 2006-Present Supervisor: Dr. Fred DePrez (Principal) – John Wrenn/Richard Baniszewski/Sharon Vanis (Athletic Directors) - Coordinated all practice times, locations, hosted all home meets for both the Varsity team and the Junior Varsity program - Directed the inaugural 2010 Antigua National High School Golf Invitational completing all roles listed in 5A-I Golf Championship Director above - Implemented a program of golf development for all players that has shown impressive performances Pac-10 Women’s Golf Championship Co-Coordinator, ASU April 2011 - Helped in planning for pre-tournament, event days, & post-tournament needs - Designed and implemented a fun speed putting event at the 2010 Pac-10 Women’s Golf Championship banquet - Spoke at the Pac-10 Women’s Golf Championship banquet - Setup golf course daily for the event - Maintained administrative needs for hosting of the event daily during the event - Aided in take-down of all materials for the event daily PLC Teacher Leader, Hamilton High School; Chandler, AZ Fall 2010 - Initiated efforts for a group of 7 teachers in a professional learning community - Verified time was utilized effectively, achieved all requirements of the school-wide effort, and managed group meetings well SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS ? Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, & Publisher ? Highly organized especially in time management ? Flexible and adaptive when necessary ? Hold emphasis on results/practical application and embody a ‘get-it-done & done right’ attitude ? Demand excellence and consistent improvement from myself and others ? Innovative and technologically savvy ? Substantial knowledge and participation in athletics across the board ? CPR trained and knowledgeable on health risks associated with athletic experiences and mitigation policies to enact in cases of safety issues ? Intrinsically motivated ? Familiar with the Arizona High School sports field, which could help in identification of possible recruits to play for CGC and earn their Associates’ degree ? Excellent interpersonal & communicative skills ? Experienced presenter & trainer of others ? Personal experience in academic support of athletes, discipline of athletes, and dissertation work being completed on retention/academic progress/transition to college AWARDS, HONORS, & CULTURAL EXPERIENCES ? Head Coach for 2010 5A State Champion Girls Golf team ? Team Leader of a group of 7 faculty members @HHS in our Professional Learning Community for 2010 ? Selected as a semi-finalist to participate in Man vs. Wild, Fan vs. Wild shot in Canada, June 2010 ? Chosen as a Mentor for a Student Education Intern @Hamilton High School; Spring 2009 ? Selected as an Advanced Placement instructor for two separate courses: AP US History, and AP Government & Politics (integrated into the new course, American Studies II) ? Graduated *** Laude while earning my bachelor’s degree ? 3.93 GPA in Doctoral classes through Spring 2011 (2 classes remaining) ? Arizona State University baseball player: 2000-2001 ? Two years as part of the ASU Baseball program provided familiarity with the coordination, experience, and implementation of a collegiate athletic program ? Spent a summer abroad studying at Cambridge University, visiting London, Edinburgh, York, Paris, & Cambridge References available on request.
Gilbert, Arizona, United States
Phillip J. Boucher - Freelance Article Writing & Book Writing
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$85
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I have been a freelance writer since 1986 and write books, articles, website copy, product descriptions, user manuals, reports, ads, brochures, etc. I provide original writing, re-writing, copywriting, ghostwriting, technical copywriting, and other B2B and B2C communications. I am the author of the books, "The Complete Guide to Canada's General Mobile Radio Service: How to Get The Most Out of Our Nation's Licence-Free, Fee-Free Two-Way Radio Service" and "Slot Machines: Fun Machines or Tax Machines? A Technician Reveals the Truth About One-Armed Bandits", and a long-time columnist for The Canadian Amateur magazine. My fantasy short stories, Dragonstoen: An Amulet for a Prince, The Tower of Eletal, and Disturbance Call at the Fairy Bar, have all been published by Necrology Shorts. Specialties Though I write on many topics and for a variety of clients, I specialize in the following areas: - Taking a company's highly technical information/documentation and turning it into material for the lay person that is easy to read and understand - Technical Copywriting - Two-Way Radio Communications (Subject Matter Expert on Canada's General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS)) - Radical Customer Service Subject Matter Expert - Slot Machine Addiction and Responsible Gaming Subject Matter Expert
Ontario, Canada