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Danielle Vernelson - Freelance Ad Design & Graphic Design
10
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5.0
2 Skills
$35
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I am an Independent Graphic Design Professional from Fort Collins Colorado. I have created digital art for 6 years, both at a marketing agency and doing freelance, and have created a great variety of marketing products. Some of my capabilities include: • Logo design, letterhead, business cards • Brochures and Flyers • Invitations and postcards • Websites • Flash video • Illustrations, both...
Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
Sabrina Zimmerman - Freelance Graphic Design & Ad Design
0
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
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I have always been an "equipment/creative" geek. This lead me through D76 and fixer stints in the darkroom, to running a printing press, half-tone cameras, making plates, to learning to design through the Adobe suite and whatever else came across my desk. I have a degree in English from UC Berkeley, went into writing, copywriting, guitar, singing, voice-over, TV stand ups, Radio D.J. work and...
Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
Nicole Smith - Freelance Graphic Design & Branding
0
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$25
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OBJECTIVE: Seeking a position as a Graphic Designer in an innovative organization. Aspire to gain further development as well as learn and grow as a designer while working with a creative and dynamic group of graphic design professionals. EDUCATION: Bachelor of Liberal Arts, Graphic Design, April 2005 – Flagler College, St. Augustine, Fl PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Freelance Graphic Designer 05/05...
Fort Collins, Colorado, United States

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Elizabeth Springer - Freelance Proofreading & Resume Writing
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5.0
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State of Colorado Professional Teaching License - Highly Qualified in Elementary Education, Language Arts, Social Studies; ESL Endorsement University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan - Master of Arts in Elementary Education, K-8 certification, GPA 3.8 - State of Michigan Professional Teaching License Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan - Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology, GPA 3.3 - Study Abroad, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia, PROFESSIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE Fifth Grade Classroom Teacher, August 2009 - Present, Rose Hill Elementary School, Adams 14 School District, Commerce City, Colorado - Implement the Adams 14 curriculums and use data to drive instruction - Contribute to the 5th grade team as Team Leader - Participate as a member of the Education Leadership Team, which handles building-level issues around best practices for implementation of instruction - Collaborate with colleagues in Professional Learning Communities - Mentor and coach Teacher Candidates as a Cooperating Teacher, in partnership with University of Denver - Facilitate after school tutoring groups in reading and math for struggling students - Support and participate in school-wide activities like Math and Science Night, Family Literacy Night, and other community-school celebrations ESL Teacher, Grades 6, 7, 8, August 2007 – June 2009, Kearney Middle School. Adams 14 School District, Commerce City, Colorado - Worked exclusively with NEP students to develop skills in reading, writing, listening, and speaking in English - Adapted district reading and writing curriculum to meet the needs of NEP students in grades 6-8 - Created and maintained respectful and positive learning environment for all students to feel successful - Engaged in staff development and collaboration at the team and building levels - Contributed as a member of the Building Leadership Team Reading Intervention Teacher: Saturday School, Grade 6, September 2007 – February 2008 Kearney Middle School, ACSD14, Commerce City, Colorado - Worked with students on reading strategies to help improve vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension skills - Built self-esteem and confidence in low readers by scaffolding their learning in manageable increments ESL Teacher Intern, Grades 6-8, April 2007 – June 2007, East Middle School, Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, Plymouth, Michigan - Co-taught in a ethnically diverse, multi-lingual ESL classroom in metro Detroit - Worked to help English language learners effectively communicate in English Elementary Teacher Intern, Grade 5, August 2006 – April 2007, Pattengill Elementary School, Ann Arbor Public Schools, Ann Arbor, Michigan - Collaborated with classroom teacher for systematic lesson planning that emphasized inquiry-based learning - Facilitated small group guided-reading lessons and created and taught thematic units Substitute Teacher, Grades K-12, August 2005 – June 2006, Lansing School district, Ingham ISD, Lansing, Michigan - Gained experience in classrooms of various sizes, grades, academic subjects and socioeconomic backgrounds - Established rapport with staff through effective classroom management and ability to carry out lesson plans DISTRICT LEADERSHIP POSITIONS - Star Teacher, since April 2011 Role in District: Be a proactive, risk-taking, teacher leader by helping develop and facilitate systematic professional development and complete other professional projects as needed - Writing Demonstration Classroom Teacher, since September 2010 Role in District: Attend trainings, plan and facilitate professional development and open my classroom to other teachers for coaching and training purposes - Teacher Leader, since June 2010 Role in District: Attended a week-long training with other Teacher Leaders to prepare us for leadership roles in our buildings like facilitating embedded staff development and meeting with principal on a regular basis to keep an academic focus on PLCs - GT Liaison, Since August 2010 Role in District: Develop Advanced Learning Plans for GT students, facilitate extracurricular activities for GT students and attend trainings and meetings around GT issues in the district - Global Learner, April 2008 Role in District: create, implement and share lesson plans that integrate 21st century technology, train other teachers in using technology, participate in ongoing professional dialogue around technology integration, and attend or facilitate district professional development CAREER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - Gifted and Talented Conference: Motivating and Challenging Our Gifted Students, October 2010 - Twice Exceptional Training, January 2010 - CORE Reading Training, November 2009 - Learning 2.0 A Colorado Conversation: Technology in Education Conference, February 21, 2009 - Effective Teachers of English Language Learners, a 10-session seminar through Colorado State University, September – December 2008 - District Workshops: Integrating Technology in Education, June 2008 - Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) district trainings, August 2007 – May 2008 - Senior Individualized Project: Thesis on Education Reform, April – December 2004 RECOGNITION AND AWARDS - Awarded, Donors Choose Grant, purchased class subscriptions to science magazine, Spring 2011 - Recognized, KMS Colleague of the Month, January 2009 - Awarded, Donors Choose Grant, purchased supplies for ESL Writer’s Workshop, Fall 2008 - Awarded, Dollar General Literacy Grant, $1500, expanded classroom library, Spring 2008 - Awarded, Donors Choose Grant, $400 expanded our classroom library, Winter 2007
Denver, Colorado, United States
Julie Sneeden - Freelance Art, Book Illustration, Children's Book Illustration, & Illustration
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4.0
4 Skills
$20
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I have worked as a professional artist for over 20 years - after studying Fine Arts. I love to create stunning book illustrations, and beautiful designs for Giftwraps and Greeting Cards. I love the challenge of making someone's vision come to life on paper or canvas.
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Alaa Moussa - Freelance Technical Support & Help Desk
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
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Objective: A very career driven and detailed individual, seeking a challenging IT/Help Desk/Technical Support position, where I can offer my advanced technical skills within the organization for contribution and advancement in addition to my outstanding indoctrination ability where it can be used as necessary. Education: The University Of Michigan- Dearborn Dearborn ,Mi Master’s Degree in Computer Science May, 2013 Davenport university Dearborn, MI Bachelor Degree in Computer Information System. May, 2010 Henry Ford Community College Dearborn, MI Associate degree in General studies. May, 2004 Work Experience: Field Engineer Mar 2011- Present Anti-Terrorism Force Protection (ATFP) Program Installing, troubleshooting, and maintaining electronic systems that will support the US Navy's Anti-Terrorism Force Protection (ATFP) Program at multiple OCONUS and CONUS military facilities. Responsible for resolution of issues associated with the installation, maintenance, testing, and operation of system equipment while serving as the company's technical representative exercising a high degree of tact, diplomacy, and judgment, conforming to company and US Navy policy and directions with a minimum of supervision. Perform/supervise scheduled and corrective maintenance on ATFP mission-critical equipment that includes: electronic, electro-mechanical, and access control equipment such as Radars, Gov. Boat’s radio, CCTV systems, CTS system , video teleconference systems, paging systems, and dispatch systems administratively and physically respond to trouble calls, conduct troubleshooting, repair and complete closeout reporting. Plan, execute, direct, and coordinate technical activities involved in the field installation, testing, and integration of new systems and subsystems equipment. Provide solution assistance for customer end-user anomalies. A very solid understanding of and adherence to safety procedures with regard to electricity, working at heights above 30 feet, using power equipment and personal protection gears . Desktop Support - Mar 2009- Present Under the direction of the Theater Director, I provide technical assistance, Support and advice to staff/contractors using computers and computer peripherals. Help desk ticket systems and E-mail. Remote desktop, windows XP/2000/Vista/7, , PeopleSoft, Exchange servers, MS Office, Internet Explorer, Active directory, and related applications and software. Troubleshoot and set up users various Desktop, laptop, printer, fax, scanner, DSL, WYSE, hardware/software issues and installs. Assist with special projects (firmware upgrades, password management changes, identifying and documenting, audits, documentation improvements, OICs, etc.). Troubleshoot and diagnose issues as reported by staff. Gather data to identify staff needs and then use that information to identify interpret and evaluate system and network requirements. Conduct user training in the proper use of new hardware and software per JTF policies and procedures. Support computer hardware/software in a networked environment. Troubleshoot, diagnose and escalate hardware/software issues for users in their workspace. Perform other departmental duties as may be required by management. Responsible for maintaining a clean, safe and hazard free work environment. Teacher Aug 2008- Mar 2009 Taught computer information system to students from 1st grade through 12th.;Worked on various school project from installing and updating computers /software and established a school network where all the teacher can communicate in addition to a new Cisco phone system. Experience in data communications, Ethernet, and TCP/IP, and physical media including 10-100baseT, single and multi-mode fiber optics for installing DVRs, AV, CCTV, and Access Control systems. Technical Support/Help Desk Jan 2007-Aug 2008 Very busy call center supporting clients that are using Audatex Estimating .Daily use of Remedy and Aspect. Configure Network, Remote desktop, video conferencing and password reset. Provide direct support for Linux, Mac and Microsoft desktops/laptops and user access to corporate network and applications both on the network as well as through remote VPN access. Field Support Technician/Help Desk Analyst, Jan 2006-Jan 2007 Daily employee support using Remedy and PeopleSoft S3 Help desk ticket systems and E-mail. Regular use of Dameware shadowing system, Remote desktop, Citrix Metaframe, AS400, Vax, windows xp/2000, Postini, PeopleSoft, Exchange servers, MS Office, Internet Explorer, Active directory, and related applications and software. Troubleshoot and set up users various Desktop, laptop, printer, fax, scanner, DSL, WYSE, hardware/software issues and installs, ghosting pc’s, password resets, accounts, registry fixes, IP Configure, printing, Network cat5 /cat6 / 25 pair/ fiber cabling and connectivity including wireless and WYSE terminal servers and related issues including remote sites routers and hubs. Travel to various sites implementing field support to troubleshoot, set up, configure and break down sites. Implement SLA’s. Help Desk Analyst, Nov 2004- Dec 2005 Daily Rep support taking calls regarding laptop, iPAQ hand held Mobile device Hardware and software issues, including configuration. Resolve calls over phone and have repairs sent in to repair and return or replace. Daily use of Windows 2000 and XP. supporting MS Office and company software, laptop troubles and password issues. Hand held iPAQ hardware and software repairs and set up. Printer issues, scanner issues and all related troubleshooting. Network and Systems Admin/Field Support, Nov 2002 – Oct 2004 (COOP) Daily customer support using the Network and Systems Admin Helpdesk Ticket System- Ticket track/Coordinator, Coordinate calls from start to finish verifying customer/employee satisfaction. Responsible for printer problems, PC formatting and set up’s, software installs (Project, Visio, MSoffice2000, Anti Virus), memory upgrades, NetOp, hardware and Software troubleshooting/replacing/inventory, password resets, accounts and registry issues, answering users questions both on phone and in person, and issue/removal of equipment. -Lab Networking assistant- Infrastructure deployment, Server/Equipment Rack & Stacks (Cisco, Hp, Sun V440’s, V480’s, 880’s..), labeling, cabling (Cat5 /Cat6 / crossover /25 pair/ fiber cabling), installing Network cards, cables, remote console testing, Labs and Datacenter. -Lab Re-Designs: removing and arranging new and old equipment, cabling, networking, and testing. -Advanced in MS Office 2000, MS WINDOWS 98, NT, 2000, XP, Project, Visio, Anti-virus, PC's / Laptops / Upgrades. Admin rights, Active Directory, Dameware, Accounts, passwords and Registry issues. -Responsible for maintaining all Public Network Printers in Division. HP and Lexmark printer set up and service. -Asset Coordinator: responsible for all equipment issues, inventory, issue, replace, asset recovery… - Help desk coordinator/Phone support/Desktop Support/Remote access/Field Support Completed several eCampus in house technical classes. Acquired several in house recognition awards for personal achievement above and beyond. Henry Ford Community College Layout Editor , Aug 2002-May2004 Analyzed customer’s demands and recommended option plans. Acquired a broad knowledge of customer service, and sales expertise. Designed and maintained excellent designs that got awarded in many places. Certifications: A+ certified. Skills: 1 Hardware service, customer support including but not limited to: PC, Servers, Printers, Network Card, Router, and Cabling. 2 MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, front page), Webpage, Visual Basic, Adobe, C programming, and Internet Navigators. 3 Trilingual with strong communication skills. Able to present product/service information, listen and provide feedback. 4 Ability to work well with people at all levels; learn quickly and adapt easily to new situations and technology. 5 Fluent in English, French and Arabic. 6 Experience with Cat5, Cat6, and fiber optic cable 7 Experience with punch downs, terminations, pulling, and testing 8 Ability to read Blue Prints References: References will be furnished upon request.
Dearborn, Michigan, United States
Rashida - Freelance Sales & Office Management
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2.5
2 Skills
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M/s Rashida Mansoor Mukadam Mobile: 056 6589172 Email Id: rani_sweet786@hotmail.com To obtain a challenging and responsible position working for a company that can offer an opportunity for growth and a successful career. • Well Experienced in all Microsoft application. • Tactful and excellent in public relations and customer service. • Dedicated Hard Working & Pleasing Mannered. • Having very good presence of mind. • Can get along with different situations & people • B.Ed passed in 2006 –Dubai. • B.CA passed in MSU University-Dubai. • High Secondary School ( H. S. C ) in Commerce – CBSE Board, Dubai • Have also completed Secretarial Course –Dubai. Al Sabeel General Trading As secretary from February 2011 till date. • Arranging appoint & schedule for CEO • Handling of documentation • Communication with client over and thru email • Handling daily office work Network Trading As Data entry Operator April 2008 –November 2008 • Handling all the documents in the office. • Files Managing in the office. • Data entry operator jobs. • Well versed with Microsoft Office applications. • Typing speed of 40 wpm • Book reading • Cooking • Nationality : Indian • Date of birth : 13/10/1984 • Languages known : English, Arabic (Reading and writing), Hindi and Urdu • Visa Status : Mothers Sponsorship I hereby declare that the above information and details are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Applicant Signature M/s Rashida Mansoor
Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Raven Colette - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Business Card Design
0
Kudos
3.5
2 Skills
$11
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I describe myself as a specialty jeweler, fashion designer and fashion illustrator . I am an amalgamation of all three. My mission continues to bring beautiful and unique jewelry as well as clothes worn in the most interesting ways to the most beautiful and unique women, children and men. My passion is fashion and i bring fashions alive.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Kelly Zeiders - Freelance Research & Proofreading
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3.0
2 Skills
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Education Central Pennsylvania College Summerdale, PA Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a minor in Marketing October 2003 to May 2006 Associate in Science October 2001 to October 2003 Degree in Marketing Activities: Student Ambassador, Deans List Experience Flight Attendant Colgan Air (Continental Connection, United Express) Newark, NJ, August 2008 - present Ensure effective communication between the cabin crew and flight deck• Assist passengers in stowing luggage in overhead compartment and underneath the seat• Greet and assist passengers with all entry and exit procedures• Brief passengers regarding an emergency onboard and proper safety protocol• Announce and demonstrate safety equipment and procedures, such as seat belts, locations of • exits, signs and placards, etc. Ensure passenger safety and security during emergencies or turbulence• Provide a consistent, professional and pleasant customer experience by fielding questions on • connections, weather, arrival times, aircraft, etc. Ensure passengers are in compliance of federal aviation regulations• Answer passenger questions on emergency equipment onboard, such as, oxygen, fire • extinguishers, first aid, EEMK, etc. Confirm and count inventory of supplies• Complete appropriate paperwork in the event of onboard confrontation, evacuation or unusual • circumstance Research Consultant Readers Digest, All You Magazine, Modern Bride Magazine, Glamour Magazine New York, NY, October 2007- June 2009 Research statistics and primary sources for feature articles and informational sidebars for national magazines Conduct and transcribe interviews with professionals in multiple fields of study including health care and psychology Composed bibliographies Complete administrative duties, as requested Home Health Aide FJR Investment – East Stroudsburg, PA September 2006 – August 2007 Plan, purchase, prepare, and serve meals to elderly client; assist in transportation needs Entertain, converse, and read aloud to client to keep them mentally healthy and alert Production/Promotion Assistant Poconuts Comedy – Swiftwater, PA August 2005 – December 2007 Managed resources and assisted booked talent Planned promotions and networking with local venues Create marketing strategies to reach prospective customers Admissions Counselor, Enrollment Central Pennsylvania College – Summerdale, PA January 2004 – August 2006 Reviewed and evaluated applications for admission within established guidelines Coordinated recruitment visits to high schools and college fairs in Pennsylvania and New York Interviewed prospective students and their families; served as college advocate Responded to written, telephone and personal inquiries for information Explained admissions policies, procedures, requirements, programs and campus life
New York, New York, United States
Diane Treon - Freelance Grant Writing & Proposal Writing
0
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5.0
2 Skills
$50
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St. Vincent’s Services, Brooklyn, NY March 2009 – Present Manager of Corporate and Foundation Giving Total Raised: $2.5 million Work with the Managing Director of Resource Advancement, Executive Director, and program staff to grow SVS’s Foundation, Corporate, and Government donor base. Activities include: Craft proposals/letters of inquiry/reports and other donor correspondence. Arrange site visits and coordinate other prospect/donor stewardship. Supervise one full-time staff member (the Grants Coordinator). Successfully secured $2.5 million for grants for basic general support and special project support, including: DeMatteis Family Foundation, $750,000 The Hearst Foundation, $50,000 New York Women’s Foundation, $40,000 (2010); renewed at $50,000 (2012); renewed at $60,000 (2013) The Foundation Center, New York, NY July 2008 – December 2008 Director of Development Total Raised: $1 million Worked with the Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration, and the President to achieve financial and institutional goals. Activities included: Provided high-level strategic assistance and support in planning, coordinating, and implementing the Center’s efforts to secure gift income from foundations and corporations, including the annual, national, and regional campaigns, and funding for special projects. Supervised three full-time staff members: the Senior Development Associate, the Development Associate, and the Donor Database Coordinator as well as one part-time grants writer. Successfully targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $1 million in grants, including: Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, $825,000 The Children’s Aid Society, New York, NY January 2006 – July 2008 Assistant Director of Development Total Raised: $10 million Led a national fundraising campaign designed to secure significant program support for the national expansion of the highly successful Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program (APPP), as well as the operations of the National Adolescent Sexuality Training Center (NASTC). Targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $10 million in grants, including: Robin Hood Foundation, $5 million in grants (combined total) BOOST (Baltimore Out of School Time), $200,000 Stavros Niarchos Foundation, $100,000 The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc., $100,000 Aaron Straus and Lillie Straus Foundation, $50,000 The Rockefeller University, New York, NY May 2003 – December 2005 Director, Foundation and Corporate Support Total Raised = $4 million Worked closely with the Vice President of Development, other Development directors, and approximately 100 key scientific staff (including post docs, researchers, and lab heads) to increase foundation and corporate giving. Activities included: Coordinated the University’s internal fellowship program, which distributed $1.5 million annually in fellowships and awards to Rockefeller researchers Working with the University’s Finance Office, coordinated the preparation of grant-related financial materials, including budgets, financial reports, and other documents. Coordinated corporate and foundation site visits. Oversaw a staff of one (Development Assistant). Successfully targeted, solicited, stewarded, and secured $4 million in grants for biomedical research, including: The Dana Foundation $300,000 (Human Immunology Research) Irvington Institute for Immunological Research $203,000 (two postdoctoral fellowships for Immunology Research) Breast Cancer Alliance $100,000 (Breast Cancer Research) May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation $100,000 (Alzheimer’s Research) The Americas Society, New York, NY September 2001 – April 2003 Director, Foundation and Corporate Relations Total Raised: $1.2 million Oversaw all aspects of Foundation, Corporate, and Government fundraising across all institutional programmatic areas (Visual Arts, Music, and Literature). Activities included: Worked closely with lobbyist at the federal level to submit compelling proposals to federal grantmaking entities (including the NEA, the NEH, and IMLS). Successfully targeted, solicited and secured $1.2 million in grants, including: Citigroup Foundation $75,000 Starr Foundation $50,000 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts $50,000 JPMorganChase Foundation $25,000 National Endowment for the Humanities $35,000 Planning Grant (in collaboration with The Asia Society and Museum) New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) Exhibition and Literature Programs $25,000 El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY January 2001 - August 2001 Grants Manager Total Raised: $800,000 Worked with a team of approximately 10 curatorial and program staff to develop, write, and submit detailed grant proposals and compliance reports. Activities included: Worked closely with key staff (including Museum President Susanna Toruella-Leval and Chief Lobbyist Susan del Valle) on NYC and NYS level lobbying efforts. Successfully targeted, solicited and secured $800,000 in grants, including: Nathan Cummings Foundation $50,000 Vivendi Universal $25,000 Sony USA $40,000 In-kind New York State Council on the Arts Museum and Exhibition Programs $50,000 (Two at $25,000) American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY July 1995 - April 2000 (three positions held) Assistant Director, Foundation and Government Support July 1998 - April 2000 Coordinator, Foundation and Government Support July 1997 - July 1998 Total Raised: $2.5 million Worked with approximately 100 curatorial and program staff to develop, write, and submit detailed grant proposals and compliance reports, in conjunction with the highly successful Campaign for the Museum of the New Century ($600 million ultimately raised). Activities included: Working with lobbyist consultant at the NYC, NYS, and federal level to submit compelling proposals for significant government grants. Directly responsible for securing appx. $850,000 in grants annually, including: $400,000 for Education Institute of Museum and Library Services from Vidda Foundation $110,000 for General Services from Vidda Foundation $100,000 for Education from Picower Foundation $ 80,000 for Hall of the Universe from NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs Actively involved in securing appx. $500,000 in Campaign Gifts, including: $10 million for the Starr Natural Sciences Building from The Starr Foundation Multi-million dollar gift for Hayden Planetarium from Charles Hayden Foundation $1 million for the Discovery Room from Edward John Noble Foundation Government sources, including: National Science Foundation; National Endowment for the Humanities; Institute for Museum and Library Services ($112,000, one of two top awards for that year); the New York State Council on the Arts; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs ($80,000 challenge grant, the highest grant in that category). Secretary, Ornithology Department July 1995 - July 1997 Maintained spreadsheets for departmental budget; composed departmental correspondence; coordinated the Frank M. Chapman Memorial Grants and Fellowships program. CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS July 2008 New York Fundraising Summit—New York University Co-Presenter: “Winning Proposals: A Tour of Four Successful Case Studies” June 2008 New Jersey/New York Fundraising Conference—Montclair State University Co-Presenter: “Planning and Writing Winning Proposals” EDUCATION Present The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Coursework toward a Masters Degree in Liberal Arts (Focus on Women’s Studies and English) 1991 The Pennsylvania State University, State College, B.A./English, Emphasis in Writing (With Highest Honors) Harrisburg Area Community College, Harrisburg, A.A./Liberal Arts-Communications and the Arts
Englewood, New Jersey, United States