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Anthony Quiroz - Freelance T-Shirt Design & Graphic Design
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Creative Professional with almost 20 years designing in the Apparel Industry. Mens and Womens American sportswear Designer / Artist with roots in the Action Sports Industry. Resume and portfolio upon request or follow link to online portfolio. Thank you
Huntington Beach, California, United States
Kevin Jones - Freelance Graphic Design & CD Design
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Huntington Beach, California, United States

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Reema Singh - Freelance Research & Transcription
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Reema Singh reemasingh79@yahoo.com • 310-739-3058 SUMMARY: Clinical research professional with extensive knowledge of clinical trial operations and web-based data collection systems. Experience includes study coordinating both NIH and drug sponsored, longitudinal/short-term trials, wet-bench lab technique, data collection/management, patient recruitment/retention skills and obtaining patient consent/administering HIPAA. Sound familiarity with clinical study monitoring, medical terminology, FDA, ICH and GCP regulations. Strong ability to work and communicate with medical professionals. Highly ambitious, with excellent interpersonal and communications skills. Extremely organized and detail-oriented. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 08/2010 – 04/2011 Clinical Research Coordinator Vista Medical Partners Beverly Hills, CA • Responsible for coordinating research/recruitment operations in HIV; • Prepare/complete clinical trials regulatory documents, case report forms, data correction forms (DCF), serious adverse events and grant/IRB documentation; • Attend off-site clinical meetings, i.e. investigator’s meetings; • Networking with study participants, clinical sponsors and health professionals • Follow-up and screen lab reports; • Obtain informed consent and HIPAA from participants; • Order supplies and services; • Review and request subject medical records; 12/2008 – 04/2010 Clinical Research Coordinator North County Radiology Oceanside, CA • Responsible for coordinating research/clinical operations in radiology; • Prepare/complete clinical trials regulatory documents, case report forms, data correction forms (DCF), and grant/IRB documentation; • Attend off-site clinical meetings, i.e. investigator’s meetings; • Manage research databases for data collection; • Networking with study participants, clinical sponsors and health professionals • Follow-up and screen lab reports; • Obtain informed consent and HIPAA from participants; • Oversee recruitment activities; • Confirm appointments of study participants; • Prepare lab for participant visits; • Order supplies and services; • Transport research specimens between various labs; • Review and request subject medical records; • Complete serious adverse events; IRB reports/submissions; 3/2007 – 10/2008 Clinical Data Coordinator Synteract, Inc. Carlsbad, CA • Ensures all issues relative to the clinical database are addressed with the appropriate personnel; • Review/validates database records/live study data entered by Data Processing; • Writes, resolves and modifies data discrepancies/queries; generates, formats and edits data discrepancy reports to sites, sponsor, or Clinical Research Associates; communicates as necessary to help resolve queries and data/database issues, and other sponsor requests during course of study; • Updates and/or reviews changes to the clinical database following the query and resolution process; • Produces reports, listings, and other as required during the course of the study. • Exports data form the clinical database to update the SAS database; • Creates/directs the creation of patient profiles to check all data points; • Creates and maintains Study Binder and/or study-specific files; • Coordinates the final QC process at the close of the study • Performs final quality control check of profiled clinical data; • Provide training and guidance to other Data Management personnel; • Assists in the development of Case Report Forms (CRFs) for data collection; • Performs quality control tests prior to entry of live data by creating/entering test data into the clinical database, collecting and reviewing the output/export; 10/2003 – 2/2007 Staff Research Associate/Study Coordinator/Data Manager David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Los Angeles, CA • Responsible for data collection in clinical trials of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD); • Prepare/complete clinical trials regulatory documents, case report forms, data correction forms (DCF), and grant/IRB documentation; • Attend off-site clinical meetings, i.e. investigator’s meetings; • Manage research databases for data collection (FileMaker Pro, Microsoft Excel); • Networking with study participants, drug sponsors and health professionals • Coordinate and work closely with clinical trials’ monitor • Follow-up and screen lab reports; • Obtain informed consent and HIPAA from participants; • Assist lab technicians with procedures (i.e., phlebotomy, spirometry, infusions, and general lab procedures); • Oversee recruitment activities; • Organized preceptorship meetings educating phamaceutical companies/CROs regarding how best to treat patients with COPD and asthma; • Conduct non-pulmonary function test (PFT) visits; • Collect, count and dispense study drug; • Confirm appointments of study participants; • Prepare lab for participant visits; • Order supplies and services; • Transport research specimens between various labs; • Manage dispersal of subject fee payments, parking passes and meal tickets; • Review and request subject medical records; • Complete serious adverse events. 1/2000 – 9/2003 Staff Research Associate/Study Coordinator/Data Manager Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA, Department of Pediatric Pain, Los Angeles, CA • Joined as student clerk, quickly promoted to staff research associate; • Responsible for carrying two landmark studies, NCI-funded Childhood Cancer Survivor Study and NIH-sponsored Puberty and Gender Study with participants 8-17 years; • Collected physiological data including blood and saliva samples, blood pressure, heart rate and ECG using computer and various physiological instrumentation; • Administered laboratory stressor tasks and psychosocial measures; • Created brochures/flyers, placed print/radio ads, obtained targeted mailing lists and gave presentations to local area schools regarding trials; • Obtained informed consent/HIPAA from study participants • Responsible for IRB reports/submissions; • Conducted follow-up patient phone calls and visits; • Scored/coded self-reported psychosocial questionnaires using SPSS, Microsoft Access and Excel computer software programs; • Literature searches; gathering references. 7/2001 – 10/2001 Research Assistant Female ****** Medicine Center at UCLA, Department of Urology, Los Angeles, CA • Prepared patient charts/records; maintain study binders • Transcribed source documents to CRF’s • Prepared documents for studies / grants • Performed basic laboratory tasks 6/2000 – 6/2001 Laboratory Technician University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Los Angeles, CA • Autoclaving • Crystallizations • Titrations • Distillations • Pipetting • Maintaining lab • Ordering supplies 6/1999 – 10/1999 Internship Applied Materials, Santa Clara, CA • Created and maintained databases; • Edited / composed staff training manuals for new computer software; • Performing background checks on potential new hires, recruitment of new hires; • Utilized programs such as Demand Planner, Oracle, and Microsoft Office. 9/1997 – 6/1998 Office Assistant UCLA School of Dentistry, Department of Pediatric/Orthodontics, Los Angeles, CA • Data entry • Grading/scoring exams • Prepare dental projects • Composed student portfolios • Daily office tasks and lab maintenance EDUCATION: University of California, Los Angeles, California Bachelor of Science, Organismic Biology, Ecology and Evolution – 2001 PERTINENT COURSES: • IRB Submissions Workshop 12/15/04 • Biomedical and Genetics Research, 05/14/05 • HIPAA Privacy Rule Research Education Course, 05/14/05 • HIPAA Security Training, 05/14/05 • CPR and First Aid Training, 08/25/05 • Clinical Research the Basics, 11/18/05 • Advocacy & the Informed Consent Process, 02/09/06 • GCPs: Source Documentation & Data Management, 02/23/06 • Clinical Trials Budget Workshop, 04/27/06 • FileMaker Pro, 07/11/06 * all obtained at UCLA LICENSURE/CERTIFICATIONS/MEMBERSHIPS/PUBLICATIONS: • Cambridge Who’s Who Member, April 2009 • Certificate of Completion, Protecting Human Subject Research Participants, Awarded April 27 2009, The National Institute of Health (NIH) Office of Extramural Research • Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Providers, Awarded April 04, 2009, American AED / CPR Association • Certificate in Winning Project Management, Awarded May 17, 2008, Career Builder Institute • Certificate of Completion, Ethics in Patient Oriented Research, Awarded Fall 2005, UCLA • Certificate in Medical Waste Management, 09/07/05, UCLA • CPR and First Aid Training, 08/25/05 • Vice Provost Recognition Award 2000 - 2001 for Community Outreach and Education in CityLab UCLA • Vice Provost Recognition Award 1999 - 2000 for Community Outreach and Education in CityLab UCLA PERTINENT CLINICAL TRIALS SKILLS: • Strong computer skills including all MS Office programs (i.e., Outlook, PowerPoint, Word and MS Project); proficient with both Mac and PC platforms. • Extensive computer database management skills including Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, FileMaker Pro; statistical coding / data entry programs SAS and SPSS; Oracle Client. • Trained in IVRS, IWRS and electronic data capture (EDC) including OmniComm, Perceptive, PhaseForward, Remote Data Capture (BIPI), ClinTrial and DataFax. • Excellent written and oral skills. • Extremely detail-oriented. • Sound experience with resource and budget / financial managements. • Strong knowledge of clinical study guidelines including FDA, ICH & GCP. • Highly proficient in study start up work, i.e., networking with in-house staff, conducting study initiation visits and compilation / maintenance of all regulatory documents. • Strong interpersonal communication skills; aggressive at forming new relationships and excels at patient recruitment / retention. THERAPEUTIC AREAS OF EXPERTISE: I have managed or worked on both NIH and industry sponsored trials from Phase 1 to Phase IV that are multi-center and longitudinal in the following therapeutic areas: • Biochemistry • Female ****** Medicine • HIV • Oncology • Pathology • Pediatric Pain • Pediatric / Orthodontic Dentistry • Radiology • Respiratory (Asthma / COPD) • Women’s Health LANGUAGES: • Proficient in Spanish, Hindi and Urdu.
Oceanside, California, United States
Jordan Rassulo - Freelance Digital Art & Graphic Design
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4.0
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$25
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Photographer and Graphic Designer. Photography skills include Event, Wedding, Portrait, Fashion and Commercial Photography. Graphic Design skills specialized in Photoshop. Focus on Compositing, Digital Art, Retouching, Logo Design, Title Design, and anything else Photoshop can handle.
Los Angeles, California, United States
Bertha Lucia Cuyler - Freelance Medical Translation & Spanish Translation
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BERTHA LUCIA CUYLER 337 Viking Dr., Battle Creek, MI, 49017. kimberandlucy@gmail.com 269.965.0241 (home) 269.672.6058 (cell) PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Battle Creek Public Schools, Battle Creek, Michigan. Bilingual Support Staff, paraprofessional for Title 1 Spanish speaking students. November 2009-present. Tutor children K-5th grade who their first language is Spanish. Be available to their families for any spoken or written communication needs Be available to the teachers for any spoken or written communication needs. VOCES, Battle Creek, Michigan. Spanish Interpreter. September 2009-present Personal interpretations at doctor's appointments, ER visits, therapy sessions and/or at the Birth Center during or after delivery. (contractist) Calhoun Intermediate School District Marshall, Michigan Spanish Translator-Interpreter, Contract Service June 2005 – November 2009 • Provided interpretation services for Early Childhood programs including Early On, Great Parents-Great Starts, and Birth to 6 Special Education programs. Interpreted for staff at intakes, evaluations, IFSPs/IEPs, home visits, community activities arranged by the staff, play groups, parent workshops, school visits and for medical contacts and sharing of information. Shared an understanding of Hispanic culture and language with the staff and American culture with the families. Provided written translations of fliers, calendars, activities, IFSPs/IEPs, communication boards. Made contacts with families to set up home visits or to share information from or for the staff. Helped support the staff in interpreting the needs of the children to the families and helped the families understand the resources while making staff aware of any cultural differences. • Provided interpretation services for families at Doris Klaussen Developmental Center during classroom visits, IEPs, field trips organized by the staff, and conferences. Interpreted for students as they made the transition to English speaking classrooms. • Served as an interpreter for a student in the ATP (Adult Training Program) for the last 3 school years at Calhoun Area and at DKDC. Taught her the skills necessary for job placements. Accompanied her on new job assignments to teach her the expected routines. Lakeview Public Schools Battle Creek, Michigan Spanish Translator-Interpreter, May 2009- • Provided interpretation services for a Hispanic family. • Will provide services as needed First Assembly of God Battle Creek, Michigan E.S.L. teacher June 2008 – March 2009 • Taught English as a second language to Hispanic families. • Assisted students with translating any papers, applications or documents that they needed. Calhoun Intermediate School District Marshall, Michigan Spanish Translator-Interpreter, CISD Employee 2001 – June 2005 • Provided interpretation services for Early Childhood programs including Early On, Network for Young Children and Birth to 6 Special Education Program. Activities were as listed above, including service as a home teacher for speech only child with supervision from Speech and Language Pathologist • Provided interpretation services for families and students at Doris Klaussen Developmental Center as listed in the previous description. • Changed services from employee to contract due to decreased availability with lack of consistent child care for two young autistic children. Battle Creek Christian School Battle Creek, Michigan Spanish teaching, 2002-2003 and 2003-2004 school years • Taught Spanish to middle school students using the curriculum provided by the school. • Graded students and provided grades to the principal. Lucy Cuyler Page 2 Calhoun Community Action Agency Headstart Program Battle Creek, Michigan Home visitor, translator and interpreter for Hispanic families 5/99-5/02, 2/03 – 10/03 • Interpreted headstart materials into Spanish. • Interpreted for the teachers at school conferences. . • Visited homes to do intakes. • Served as a bridge of communication between the teachers and their Spanish speaking students and their families. • Headstart wanted full-time employment so had to leave to remain with CISD programming. • Organized family nights once a month for the Hispanic families. Willard Library Battle Creek, Michigan Translator, 2001 • Translated fliers and tripods from English to Spanish. Self-employed, Mexico City. Private Practice of Speech Therapy Mexico City, Mexico Speech and Language Pathologist, 1989-1996 • Speech and language therapy for clients who were hearing impaired, dyslexic, or were recovering from tracheotomy or lip and palate surgery (voice therapy), and as well as other clients. A.P.A.C. (Association Pro-Cerebral Palsy) Mexico City, Mexico Speech and Language Pathologist, 1994-1995 • Speech Therapy Rehabilitation for patients and students at the Association. EDUCATION Instituto Mexicano de la Audicion y el Lenguaje, IMAL Mexico City, Mexico Bachelor’s Degree June 1988 Major: Hearing, Voice, Written and Oral Language Rehabilitation Therapy GPA: 3.8 (In Mexico the grading system is by numbers from 5 to 10, being 6 the minimum passing grade and 10 the maximum. Received a general grade average of 9.32). Completed 2 semesters of “Preschool Education” in Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico. CONFERENCES AND TRAININGS • Currently taking ASL (American Sign language)Segment I at Kellogg Community College. • Finish a 40 hrs. trainning reciving a certificate in “QUALIFY COMMUNITY INTERPRETER” at Kellogg Community College, in cooperation with “VOCES” project based in Battle Creek, MI, Battle Creek Campus located in Battle Creek, MI on October 2010. • Statewide Autism Resources and Training (START) Project Grand Valley State University, Grandville, Michigan, September 2008. • Parenting and Cultural Worlds , February 3rd. 2003. • Floor Time, Dr. Solomon, trough CISD. • (Other Conferences and Trainings also trough the CISD) • “Symposium of Crime Prevention and Social Re adaptation” at Universidad Panamericana, in Mexico, City on February 10 and 17 1990. • I dictated a conference “Oral Methodology in Preschoolers Speech Rehabilitation” to 5th Semester students of the Special Education Teaching School in Mexico, City on November 26, 1992. VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES Burnahm Brook Center, Battle Creek, Michigan. • Translated fliers and brochures to Spanish for the Hispanic population. S.N.A.P. Preschool, Battle Creek, Michigan. • Read bilingual story books to the children. Other Volunteer Activities • Working with nonprofit to develop support group for Hispanic families with children with disabilities • Advocate for and assist families in finding resources for their disabled children • Active in church (I volunteer, free of charge, Spanish tutoring to the church community) • Part of a Panel of speakers for Social Work class at KCC, Wanda Miller, teacher. December 16,2009. BERTHA LUCIA CUYLER 169 Bradley st., Battle Creek, MI, 49017. kimberandlucy@gmail.com 269.965.0241 (home) 269.213.4652 (cell) PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Battle Creek Public Schools, Battle Creek, Michigan. Bilingual Support Staff, paraprofessional for Title 1 Spanish speaking students. November 2009-present. Tutor children K-5th grade who their first language is Spanish. Be available to their families for any spoken or written communication needs Be available to the teachers for any spoken or written communication needs. VOCES, Battle Creek, Michigan. Spanish Interpreter. September 2009-present Personal interpretations at doctor's appointments, ER visits, therapy sessions and/or at the Birth Center during or after delivery. (contractist) Calhoun Intermediate School District Marshall, Michigan Spanish Translator-Interpreter, Contract Service June 2005 – November 2009 • Provided interpretation services for Early Childhood programs including Early On, Great Parents-Great Starts, and Birth to 6 Special Education programs. Interpreted for staff at intakes, evaluations, IFSPs/IEPs, home visits, community activities arranged by the staff, play groups, parent workshops, school visits and for medical contacts and sharing of information. Shared an understanding of Hispanic culture and language with the staff and American culture with the families. Provided written translations of fliers, calendars, activities, IFSPs/IEPs, communication boards. Made contacts with families to set up home visits or to share information from or for the staff. Helped support the staff in interpreting the needs of the children to the families and helped the families understand the resources while making staff aware of any cultural differences. • Provided interpretation services for families at Doris Klaussen Developmental Center during classroom visits, IEPs, field trips organized by the staff, and conferences. Interpreted for students as they made the transition to English speaking classrooms. • Served as an interpreter for a student in the ATP (Adult Training Program) for the last 3 school years at Calhoun Area and at DKDC. Taught her the skills necessary for job placements. Accompanied her on new job assignments to teach her the expected routines. Lakeview Public Schools Battle Creek, Michigan Spanish Translator-Interpreter, May 2009- • Provided interpretation services for a Hispanic family. • Will provide services as needed First Assembly of God Battle Creek, Michigan E.S.L. teacher June 2008 – March 2009 • Taught English as a second language to Hispanic families. • Assisted students with translating any papers, applications or documents that they needed. Calhoun Intermediate School District Marshall, Michigan Spanish Translator-Interpreter, CISD Employee 2001 – June 2005 • Provided interpretation services for Early Childhood programs including Early On, Network for Young Children and Birth to 6 Special Education Program. Activities were as listed above, including service as a home teacher for speech only child with supervision from Speech and Language Pathologist • Provided interpretation services for families and students at Doris Klaussen Developmental Center as listed in the previous description. • Changed services from employee to contract due to decreased availability with lack of consistent child care for two young autistic children. Battle Creek Christian School Battle Creek, Michigan Spanish teaching, 2002-2003 and 2003-2004 school years • Taught Spanish to middle school students using the curriculum provided by the school. • Graded students and provided grades to the principal. Lucy Cuyler Page 2 Calhoun Community Action Agency Headstart Program Battle Creek, Michigan Home visitor, translator and interpreter for Hispanic families 5/99-5/02, 2/03 – 10/03 • Interpreted headstart materials into Spanish. • Interpreted for the teachers at school conferences. . • Visited homes to do intakes. • Served as a bridge of communication between the teachers and their Spanish speaking students and their families. • Headstart wanted full-time employment so had to leave to remain with CISD programming. • Organized family nights once a month for the Hispanic families. Willard Library Battle Creek, Michigan Translator, 2001 • Translated fliers and tripods from English to Spanish. Self-employed, Mexico City. Private Practice of Speech Therapy Mexico City, Mexico Speech and Language Pathologist, 1989-1996 • Speech and language therapy for clients who were hearing impaired, dyslexic, or were recovering from tracheotomy or lip and palate surgery (voice therapy), and as well as other clients. A.P.A.C. (Association Pro-Cerebral Palsy) Mexico City, Mexico Speech and Language Pathologist, 1994-1995 • Speech Therapy Rehabilitation for patients and students at the Association. EDUCATION Instituto Mexicano de la Audicion y el Lenguaje, IMAL Mexico City, Mexico Bachelor’s Degree June 1988 Major: Hearing, Voice, Written and Oral Language Rehabilitation Therapy GPA: 3.8 (In Mexico the grading system is by numbers from 5 to 10, being 6 the minimum passing grade and 10 the maximum. Received a general grade average of 9.32). Completed 2 semesters of “Preschool Education” in Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico. CONFERENCES AND TRAININGS • Finish a 40 hrs. trainning reciving a certificate in “QUALIFY COMMUNITY INTERPRETER” at Kellogg Community College, in cooperation with “VOCES” project based in Battle Creek, MI, Battle Creek Campus located in Battle Creek, MI on October 2010. • Statewide Autism Resources and Training (START) Project Grand Valley State University, Grandville, Michigan, September 2008. • Parenting and Cultural Worlds , February 3rd. 2003. • Floor Time, Dr. Solomon, trough CISD. • (Other Conferences and Trainings also trough the CISD) • “Symposium of Crime Prevention and Social Re adaptation” at Universidad Panamericana, in Mexico, City on February 10 and 17 1990. • I dictated a conference “Oral Methodology in Preschoolers Speech Rehabilitation” to 5th Semester students of the Special Education Teaching School in Mexico, City on November 26, 1992. VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES Burnahm Brook Center, Battle Creek, Michigan. • Translated fliers and brochures to Spanish for the Hispanic population. S.N.A.P. Preschool, Battle Creek, Michigan. • Read bilingual story books to the children. Other Volunteer Activities • Working with nonprofit to develop support group for Hispanic families with children with disabilities • Advocate for and assist families in finding resources for their disabled children • Active in church (I volunteer, free of charge, Spanish tutoring to the church community) • Part of a Panel of speakers for Social Work class at KCC, Wanda Miller, teacher. December 16,2009.
Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States
Mary Johnson - Freelance Graphic Design & Magazine Design
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5.0
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Highly organized, detail oriented and creative Art Director/Graphic Designer. Can take your projects from inception through final production and delivery. Creative team available for writing, editing, photography, and printing. 20+ years of experience, no drama, no suprises, just quality work at reasonable price and delivered on time.
Boyne City, Michigan, United States
Victoria Thomas - Freelance Personal Assistance & Secretarial
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2.5
2 Skills
$8
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I am single. I have my own transportation. I am determined, focused, driven, courteous, kind, caring, a people's person, self motivated, hard working, respectable, and dependable. I absorb information at a fast pace. When the job needs to be done, I am the person that will get it done. I am a perfectionist. I take work seriously and expect the job to be done right the first time. It will be a privilege and also a great experience to have as many work preferences under my belt because different experiences can open a lot of doors for me as a young lady in college. I am excited and thrilled to start working as a freelanced worker.
Lafayette, Louisiana, United States
Ward Reynolds - Freelance Blog Writing & Book Writing
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Let me first state that I am a huge nerd. That may be vague, but it's the truth. To be more in depth I am very opinionated and I love either making blog posts or comments on blog posts that are within my range of expertise. Tech news, social media, are just two of my passions. If you feel that I may be able to assist you in any kind of freelance writing or blogging. I am also very well versed in editing as well. I am available pretty much anytime of the day and night via cellphone or email. I look forward to hearing from future employers.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Jodi Watts - Freelance Article Writing & Copywriting
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3.5
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I have a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Studies, with significant classwork in the areas of public relations and journalism. I also have experience working in marketing. I have worked on several freelance projects which included writing tasks such as press releases and articles for newsletters, and my specialty is online market research. My home office is equipped with a computer, printer, telephone (land line), copier and fax machine.
Dayton, Ohio, United States
Philip Fine - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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Philip Fine has been a professional writer for 25 years. Primarily a journalist, he has also written dramatic works and corporate communications. He is an award-winning obituary writer for The Globe and Mail and writes business stories for the Montreal Gazette.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada