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Anna McAlpine - Freelance Illustration & Graphic Design
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Work Experience Presentation Designer Goren and Associates Farmington Hills, Michigan Jan 2012 - present Freelance Illustrator Maloney & Fox New York, New York Jan 2012 - present Freelance Graphic Designer Prarie & Pacific Group Birmingham, Michigan Oct 2011 - present Assistant Graphic Designer Simply Suzanne Granola Detroit, Michigan June 2011 - Oct...
Royal Oak, Michigan, United States

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Carol Smith - Freelance Blog Writing & Article Writing
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Native English Writer for blogs, tech jobs, social media, proposals, manuals, & research. BA Phil, MS CS, 20+ yrs exp writing. Would love to write about Health, Gardening, Antiques, Green Housing, Small Town Living, and Social Commentary.
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Mohamed Fasil.P - Freelance Book Design & Brochure Design
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RESUME Mohamed Fasil.P Email:fasilraru@gmail.com Phone:09747395981 ________________________________________ I'm actively seeking a position in pre press as engineer allowing me to use my skills in the fields of printing technology and graphic designing to lend my expertise to an organization looking to grow. Industry Focus: Printing technology, Engineering & media publishing Job Title: Pre press executive Experience: 1-2 years Looking For: Permanent Full-Time, Visa Status: Indian citizen Education Level: Graduate Degree(B.Tech Printing technology) WORK EXPERIENCE ________________________________________ PRE PRESS EXECUTIVE SEP2009 – Present LIPI OFFSET PRINTERS A Kerala based printing firm. It has got 3 branches.it provides various types of offset printing such as poster,brochure,flyer,catalogue,leaflet,magazines etc... As a pre press executive my work is design various posters,magazines,brochures etc according to customer needs with punctuality.Provide full support to customers SKILLS ________________________________________ Adobe Photoshop(CS3) 1 to 2 years Adobe Illustrator(CS3) 1 to 2 years Adobe In Design(CS3) 0 to 1 years Adobe CorelDraw(12)1 to 2 years Adobe Pagemaker(7) 1 to 2 years MS Excel(2007)1 to 2 years MS Power Point(2007)2 to 3 years MS Word(2007) 2 to 3 years EDUCATION ________________________________________ • B.TECH in Printing Technology with aggregate of 68% ,Calicut University Institute Of Engineering and Technology, From July’2005 to june 2009 • HSC with aggregate of 73.5 % , St.Marys Higher Secondary School,Pariyapuram,Malappuram • S.S.L.C with aggregate of 83% , A.M.H.S Thirurkad,Malappuram • Three month Diploma in graphic designing INTERNSHIP ________________________________________ • 15 days training at MATHRUBHUMI daily news paper, Kerala in part of fifth semester,B.TECH in dec 2007 • 15 days project at PACKAGING INDIA PRIVATE Ltd , Pondichery in eighth semester B.TECH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY ________________________________________ Speak Read Write • English ? ? ? • Hindi ? ? ? • Malayalam ? ? ? • Arabic - ? ? PERSONAL STRENGTHS________________________________________ • Ability to take up responsibilities. • Leadership qualities. • Good communication skills. • Ability to assess the work requirements and co-ordinate in accordance. • Hard working and sincere I believe I have the right attitude to be effective and professional in a service - oriented environment To summarize , I possess the necessary human skills to interact and co- ordinate with superiors and peers alike HOBBIES________________________________________ • Listening music, playing cricket, football PERSONAL DETAILS________________________________________ Date of Birth : 09/05/1987 Nationality : Indian Gender : Male Marital Status : Single Languages Known : English, Hindi & Malayalam Educational status : B.Tech in printing Technology from Calicut University Permanent Address : S/o Umer P Puthiyangadi (Ho) Thirurkad (PO) Malappuram (Dist) Kerala Pin-679351 REFERENCES________________________________________ NOUFAL.T ADMINISTRATOR LIPI OFFSET PRINTERS ANGADIPPURAM PH;09388616672 DECLARATION________________________________________ I do hereby declare that all the information given above is accurate to the best of my knowledge and I bear all responsibility for the information given above.. MOHAMED FASIL.P
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Bennett Horton Jr. - Freelance Article Writing & Ghostwriting
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I have been writing either recreationally or professionally most of my life. I have been published in newspapers, magazines, and online (including some small success with VERY short e-zine articles). I have successfully ghostwritten several projects for people with a good story but no literary voice. (I am of course contractually prohibited from discussing details of those projects.) I taught high school English for nine years, three in one school and six in another. Proofreading and editing come as second nature to me, but I am capable of adjusting to a casual, informal style. I'm not a grammar nazi unless that is what is called for by the writer. While I love creative writing such as fiction and poetry, I can usually complete non-fiction projects more quickly. Creative writing usually requires more incubation time.
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Terry Rowan - Freelance Poster Design & Brochure Design
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Worked in the legal field for 27 years but always wanted to be an artist. Went to college for two years for art and have painted and sold pieces for years. Now am semi-retired and want to try to work on more art pieces.
Manasquan, New Jersey, United States
Heungki Kim - Freelance Translation & Language Translation
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I am an independent freelance translator specializing in gaming, IT and web-content domains. Gaming is one of my specialties since my work experience covers a couple of areas of the industry: game development, game-specific business and game localization. I also have experienced several genres such as MMORPG, mobile games, online board game and mobile console games as a game developer so I believe that I am so familiar with the general procedure of game development, even though each company chooses a unique process for its projects. Regarding game localization, I have worked as not only a translator but also as a project manager for a meaningful period of time, and this helps me grasp what most localization coordinators / agencies dealing with game contents want. > Language pairs that I cover: EN to KO, JP to KO > LinkedIn: nz.linkedin.com/pub/tobey-kim/83/a26/162/
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Susan kay Johnson - Freelance Sculpting & Painting
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Susan Kay Johnson DOB: August 13, 1953 in Elgin, Illinois 108 West 5th Street(85705) skjpaint@gmail.com susankayjohnson.com (520) 623-5167 CURRICULUM VITAE • Page 1 Degrees 1984 Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture and Drawing, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 1977 Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Painting and Drawing, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 1977 Art Education and Art Therapy Degree, Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL. 1977-84 Apprenticeship in Modeling, Mold making, and Casting, Eldon Danhausen, 1985-10 classes in welding, wed page design, foundry,print making, clay, glazing, video 1995-2000 Art Research Tours International Studies/ Italy, Spain, Holland, France, Mexico Work Experience/ Teaching: 2007-13 The Drawing Studio/ Adults and Children/ Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture 1986-2004 University Of Arizonia, Tucson, Az. Adjunct, Figure Sculpture 1992-2013 Pima Community College, Tucson, AZ. Instructor, Sculpture I & II, Basic Design, Figure Drawing, and Drawing I&2, Figure Sculpture 1995-2000 Italy Teaching and Research Tours(6 weeks) Drawing, painting, Art History /Pima College 1998-2001 Tucson Parks and Rec., Ceramic Sculpture, Hand Building, and Figure Sculpture 1990-2013 Tucson Museum of Art School, Adult and Children Programs / Tucson, AZ. Instructor, painting, drawing, figure drawing, and sculpture classes. 1976-1985 Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL. Intern, figure modeling. Student teacher, Young Artist’s Studio and Figure Drawing. 1982-83 Studio Four Art Center, Chicago, IL. Full time instructor, sculpture Commissions: 2007-13 Ground Murals Tucson Museum of Art 2004-07 Dumbar Spring Mural Project 2000 Banners for city of Tucson 1997 R. Carlos Nikai, Male Figure 1995-96 TV Production, Legends, Portrait Bust of Richard Anderson . 1994-95 United Artists Productions, Tank Girl: 16’ x 8’ x 8’ sculpture, Landscape Torso. 1994-95 Tucson Unified School District/Independent Citizens’: Relief Sculpture 1994-95 Arizona Opera Company, Wagner’s Four Rings: Leather Armor (52 pieces) 1994 MET Research Corporation - Sculpture. 1992 Tucson Community Cable Corporation, Tucson, AZ - Mural. 1991 Festival & Event Grant, All Souls’ Day Festival, Tucson, AZ 1991 Artist in Residence, Tucson Partnership, Inc., 1992 Posse, motion picture production - Oil Painting. 1992 Arizona Opera Company, Wagner’s The Valkyrie - Leather Armor (21 pieces) 1991 Tucson Partnership Video - Sculptural Signs. 1986-87 Hilton Hotel East, Tucson, AZ - Life Size Figure. 1991 Robin AaBerg - Leather Mask: Beauty’s Beast. 1989-91 Carolyn Susnow - Portrait Bust. Research Work: 1999-2012 Restoration of an old church 1914/ convering to studio and home. 1995-2012 Developing Glazing and Clay Slip Glazing, Pima College and Parks and Rec. and TMA 1995-2000 Research and Study in Italy, Spain, Holland& France ( Paint, Draw, Sculpt, Print) 1990-95 Arizona Opera Company, Tucson, AZ. Leather forming techniques. 1987-90 The American Veteran, the Vietnam Veteran Workshops. Therapy with veterans. 1986 University of Arizona, Optical Sciences Department, Tucson, AZ. Mold development for glass casting. 1983-1989 Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL and the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Rubber mold making and casting techniques. Competitions and Awards: Mural for Tucson Art Market Square/1999 TMA Ed. Courtyard, Finalist, Design Team/ 1999 Golf Course Commission, Finalist, City of Tucson/1997 Tucson/Pima Arts Council, Tucson, AZ. Merit Award/1990 Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, AZ. Best of Show/1990 The James Wilbur Johnson Sculpture Competition, Washington, DC. Best of Show1986 Corcoran School of the Arts, Washington, DC. Sculpture competition/1983 National Sculpture Society Awards, Washington, DC. Finalist/1984 John Gregory Memorial Prize, Washington, DC. Recipient/1985 Charles Hayden Sculpture Competition, Tempe, AZ. Finalist/1994 1995Lucile Wright Sculpture Competition. Art Featured in Video and Cinema: 2008 Arizona Illustrated “ All Souls Processional Parade 1998 Arizona Illustrated; " Studio 113, Works by Susan Kay Johnson, KUAT - PBS 1996 Legends, TV Production/ Fox- Produced by Richard Dean Anderson 1995 Tank Girl, United Artists Productions 1994 Seduced by Evil, TV movie produced by Suzanne Summers 1992 Posse, New Town Productions 1990-2008 All Souls’ Day Processional Festival, Produced by the Tucson Community Cable Corporation 1991 Sculptural Signage: Parts I and II, Produced by Tucson Community Cable Corporation 1991 Revealing Hidden Secrets, Produced by Susan Kay Johnson and Dennis Darling 1991 Fine Art for Fine Causes, Arizona Illustrated, Produced by KUAT Channel 6 (PBS), Tucson, AZ 1990 Miller Homes, Produced by KVOA Channel 4 (NBC), Tucson, AZ 1990 The Shane Eden Show, Tucson Community Cable Corporation, Tucson, AZ 1988 Arizona Illustrated : The Sculptures and Drawings of Susan Kay Johnson, KUAT Channel 6 (PBS), Tucson, AZ 1987 Processes of My Work, Produced by Susan Kay Johnson and Shane Eden for the Hilton Hotel East, Tucson, AZ 1986 Internal Fragmentation, Funded and produced by Susan Kay Johnson 1985 Women in the Arts, Funded by the Milwaukee Museum 1983 From the Vatican to Present day, Funded by Loyola University & Chicago Art Institute Museum Exhibitions: 2010-13 Tucson Sculpture Festival 2011-12 The Art Expresso Cafe 2010-12 The Drawing Studio/ Figure show 2012-13 The Tucson Museum of Art Art Market 2005-08 Dinnerware 2003-13 Opening of Studio 108/ West 5th Street 1994-13 Artist Studio Tours 2003-07 Drawing Studio/ Sculpture Show/ drawing and painting 2002 -4 U. Of A. Faculty Show 2001-3 Temple of Music and Art/ TMA, "Prints, Paintings & Sculpture 1998-2002 Pima College Art Center Gallery, "Prints 1998 Cafe Quebec, "Paintings, One Woman Show 1996-97 Pima College Art Center Gallery, Sculpture 1986- Etherton Gallery 1994-5 Arrington’s Gallery, Tubac, Az. 1993 Temple Of Music and Art 1993 Screening Room, Tucson 1992 Tempe Arts 1992 Sky Harbor Air Port 1991 Museum, University of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff 1991 Congress Street Gallery 1991 Mask, AKA Theater 1991 Tucson Art Expo 1990 Scottdale Wilheim Gallery 1990 Scottsdale Center for the Arts 1986 U.of A. Museum of Art with Judy Dater 1986 U.ofA. Drama Department 1985 Frumkin & Struve Gallery/ Chicago 1985 Dart Gallery/ Chicago 1985 ARC Gallery / Chicago 1984 Chicago Art Institute Museum 1984 Alexis Urba Gallery 1977 The School of the Chicago Art Institute
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Christopher - Freelance Database Design & Resume Writing
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Confidential Profile of CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT CONFIDENTIAL PROFILE CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT Surname Wright Name Christopher Nationality South African Languages English Identity number 670825 5176 085 Home address 4 May Street Cresta Randburg 2194 Postal Address As above Contact numbers (011) 4762604 Home 074 3118586 Cell Driver's Licence Yes (08) Hobbies/Interests Reading, Gym, Electronics, Art CONFIDENTIAL PROFILE CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT Education 1985 – Matric – Marist Brothers Inanda Subjects: • English • Afrikaans • Maths • Science • Biology • Geography Qualifications Wits Plus HR Certificate (2007) Damelin Advanced Software Support Wits Technikon Extraction Metallurgy (1986 – 1989) Electrical Engineering (1991-1992) MCSE (Not Complete) Computer Skills: Flash/Animation MS Word 2010 Vista,XP,Windows 7 Fireworks MS Excel 2010 Dreamweaver Access 2010 Visual Basic Ms PowerPoint 2010 Pastel Accounting Adobe Suite PDF Photoshop Internet Explorer Lotus 1-2-3 HTML Outlook Express TCP/IP MS Office 2010 Outlook Career History Summary: Company Position Date of Service SACBL English Teacher January 2008 – August 2010 Global Outsourcing Solutions Sales Manager January 2006 –December 2006 Temporary Assignments January 2005 – December 2005 Terrapinn Delegate Sales Manager January 2004 – October 2004 Virgin Active Telemarketing Executive January 2001 – December 2003 Dell/ Getronics Call Centre Executive January 1999 – December 2000 PAG Engineering / Technical Consultant January 1998 – December 1998 Twig Research Assistant January 1997 – July 1997 AECI Laboratory Analyst January 1994 – December 1996 Various Temporary / Contractual Assignments January 1991 – December 1993 Computer skills: Company SACBL Date of Service January 2008 – January 2010 Position English Teacher Responsibilities Responsible for teaching foreign students English from beginners to advanced in small groups or one-on-one including preparing more advanced students for the IELTS exam. The following skills where used during the process. • Interacting with people at different levels. • Maintaining emotional control under stress. • Being thorough. • Advising. • Demonstrating examples and dramatizing ideas and examples when necessary. • Explaining. • Instructing. • Responding. • Providing discipline when necessary. Reported you Manager - Charmaine Wang Reason for leaving Company declared bankruptcy Company Global Outsourcing Solutions Date of Service January 2006 – December 2006 Position Sales Manager Responsibilities Responsible for determining current marketing opportunities. Responsible for telephonic sales Responsible for achieving targets Responsible for interviewing candidates Responsible client visits. Profiling numerous candidates Reason for leaving Received a better offer Company Terrapinn Dates of Service January 2004 – October 2004 Position Delegate Sales Manager Responsibilities • Responsible for telephonic sales and marketing in a target driven environment • Responsible for determining current market opportunities • Delegate sales • General office duties Reason for leaving End of contract Company Virgin Active Dates of Service January 2001 – December 2003 Position Telemarketing Executive Responsibilities • Responsible for telephonic sales and marketing in a target driven environment • Responsible for determining current market opportunities • Delegate sales • General office duties Reason for leaving End of contract Company Dell / Getronics Dates of Service January 1999 – December 2000 Position Call Centre Executive Responsibilities • Responsible for telephonically assisting numerous computer operators with problem solving Reason for leaving: Retrenched Company PAG Dates of Service January 1998 – December 1998 Position Engineering / Technical Consultant Responsibilities • Responsible for analysing current market opportunities • Responsible for interviewing numerous candidates • Preparing relevant CV’s • Profiling numerous candidate • Various office duties Reason for leaving Resigned Company Twig Dates of Service January 1997 – July 1997 Position Research Assistant Responsibilities • Responsible for telephonically determining and researching current market opportunities • Conducting numerous field surveys and interviews • Compilation of numerous research surveys including the acquisition of results • Responsible for giving feedback to the various role players • General office duties Reason for leaving End of contract Company AECI Dates of Service January 1994 – December 1996 Position Laboratory Analyst Responsibilities • Wet chemical quantitative analysis Reason for leaving : Received a better offer Various Temporary / Contractual Assignments January 1991 – December 1993 Telemarketing (Various industries) - Timesharing/Computer hardware sales REFERENCES: Company name: Getronics Company Tel no: (011) 709 7700 Name of referee: Trevor Manaloo Designation of referee: supervisor Company name: Terrapinn Company Tel no: (011) 4632802 Name of referee: Sean Willis Designation of referee: Manager Company name: Great Plains Company Tel no: (011) 807 8555 Name of referee: Valerie Allem Designation of referee: Manager
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Chris Bennett - Freelance Sculpting & Portrait Art
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PUBLIC WORKS: “Citizen Soldier”: Tri planed sculpture relief depicting two soldiers in high relief in the first plane, their citizen lives in bas relief in the second plane, Iowa landscape, cityscape, and cloud shapes background in water jet cut and layered sections in the third plane, 14 ft. x 9 ft. x 8 in., Bronze, site one, *“Vigilant Eagle”, Eagle perched on post top starring alertly and vigilantly to the side positioned in front of a Iowa cloud-like water jet cut and layered shape, life-size eagle, 4 ft. x 4 ft. background, Bronze, site two, *“Ordnance Logo”: Army Ordnance logo, water jet cut and layered shape, 4 ft. x 4 ft., bronze, copper, stainless steel, Cor-ten steel, National Guard Armory, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 2011 “Apple Tree Childcare Center Donor Recognition Wall”: 4 ft. x 8 ft. panel. Apple wood board background, slabbed apple tree trunk, main branch and minor branches, cut apple wood apples and leafs with calligraphically written donor names, brass hanger pins. Van Buren County Hospital, Keosauqua, IA, 2012 “Serving Hands as the Fragrance of a Rose” A Tribute to Healthcare Workers, Four life-size, bronze figures standing atop a rose garden planter dressed in medical worker attire. Marshalltown Medical and Surgical Center, Marshalltown, Iowa 2011 Johnson Shut-ins State Park Orientation Center Plaza Interpretive Icons Ten 6 x 2 ft., and one 6.5 x 5 ft., water-jet cut, layered by individual color patina and assembled, bronze and Cor-ten steel, southeastern Missouri landscape, water, history, and wildlife themes. Therese McKee design, Creative Edge Mastershop production, Bennett Studio patina, assembly, installation, Johnson Shut-ins State Park, Reynolds County, MO, 2009 “W.T. Brookshire Commemorative” Life-size, bronze standing bronze figure, corporate headquarters Brookshire Grocery, Tyler, TX, 2009 “Architectural Continuum” Life-size aluminum cutout figures, printed color contemporary and sepia historical imagery on Mylar and Plexiglas, 12’ w. x 8 t. x 12’ d. hanging above doors in atrium entrance, University of Northern Iowa, Innovative Teaching and Technology Center, Cedar Falls, IA, 2007 “Douglas Hoeft Commemorative”, life-size aluminum mask portrait, over aluminum metal photo image plate. 36”h. x 26” w. x 10” d., Homeless Shelter, Elgin, IL 2007 “Parade Route”, Life-size, bronze 2 figures, grandfather lifting grandson to his shoulders for a better view of a perceived parade. Main street, Shoreline, WA. , 2007 “Prairie Preening”, Life-size, bronze Red tail hawk perched on a hedge corner post crowned with barbed wire, while preening under its wing, Butler Community College, El Dorado, KS. 2007 “Descending Strength, Ascending Peace”: 50’ x 75’ landscaped area, 27’ dia. plaza with “light fountain”, 10.5’ h. x 21’ l. “furling” bronze wall, life-size eagle with six arrows, over-life-size dove with olive branch, 40’ flag pole with flag, lighting, donor text brick. Veterans memorial, Ames, IA., 2006 “Illinois Representative Douglas Hoeft Memorial”: Life-size, bronze figure, seated on a park bench, River Walk Park, Elgin, IL. , 2005 “Pool of Bethesda”: Two life-size, bronze figures Jesus standing, and an invalid man kneeling arms outstretched, installed atop a flowing tiered fountain. Bethesda Lutheran Home Services corporate Headquarters, Watertown WI. 2004 “Athletic Heroes of Iowa”: 3 life-size, bronze figures. Iowa High School Athletic Association, Iowa Events Center, Hall of Pride, Des Moines, IA., 2006 “Henry Anson Memorial”: Life-size, bronze figure on limestone pedestal, including a time capsule. Courthouse Square, Marshalltown, IA, 2004 “Dwight Vredenburg Memorial”: Life-size, bronze figure with bronze accessories on bronze bench, 4 bronze descriptive plaques Hy-Vee Corporation, West Des Moines, IA , 2003 “Hugh Cantrell”: Life size, bronze bust, on walnut pedestal, National Softball Hall of Fame, Nicholasville, KY , 2002 “Reflective Tribute”: Life-size bronze figure, life-size bronze relief figure, 24’ x 30” descriptive plaque, 25’ x 18’ site specific stone plaza, stone benches 7’, stone pillars 7’, hedged quiet space, W.W.II Memorial, Upper Iowa University, Fayette, IA , “2001” . “George Soumas Memorial”:, Life-size, bronze figure seated “at coffee” within Soumas Court, Hotel Pattee, Perry, IA , “2002” “Clinton Street Scape Project”: Life-size, eagle, mink, snow goose, otter, heron, catfish, beaver, fox, bronze on stone bases, each central to 6 ½’ diameter x 2’ high fountain, 15’ dia. landscaped composition (8 fountains, 8 street corners), Clinton, IA. “2002” PUBLIC WORKS Continued: “Lil’ Slugger”: Life size bust, bonded bronze, Office of the Governor, state capitol, Des Moines, IA. “2001” Virginia Larson Memorial”: Life-size, cold cast bronze, private memorial, donated to the library, Story City, IA. “2000” “Stepping Stones”: 24’ dia. fountain with over life-size bronze figure torsos, also 24” 1/3 life-size figures within 12’ dia. quiet pool, 24’ x 8” & 12’ x 4” stainless steel circular tube framing, water fall, meadow, seating, landscaping, commissioned by Des Moines Area Community College, Ankeny, IA. “2001” “Peace, Service, Community”: Police/Fireman memorial, fountain with granite, stainless steel, and bronze, commissioned by the City of Cedar Rapids, IA. “2000” “Nancy Neafie Memorial”: Life-size figure, welded bronze sheet, commissioned by the City of Burlington, IA. “2000” “Lady in Bloom”: Life-size plaster, woman who is pregnant, commissioned by the Maternity Ward, Iowa Methodist Hospital, Des Moines, IA. “1999” “Dr. Jessie Wasson Memorial”: Life-size bronze torso, commissioned by the City of La Porte City, IA. “1998” “Field of Honor”: Eight life-size, bronze military figures, Memorial 20th Century Wars, commissioned by the Rockford Park District, Loves Park, Illinois, 2010 “A Caring Touch”: Life-size bronze, (enlargement), Donna Young Design, commissioned by Trinity Hospital, Rock Island, IL. “1997” “George Daily Memorial”: Life-size bronze, commissioned by the George Daily Center, Oskaloosa, IA “1997” “Haulin’ Gear”: Life-size bronze, commissioned by the City Improvement Association, Charles City, IA “1997” “William Cay Memorial”: 16” x 18” x 6” bronze in 15’ x 15’ x 20’ landscaped quiet space, commissioned by family for Jefferson County Park, Fairfield, IA “1997 “Donor Recognition Wall”: 11’ x 4 ½’ cast ceramic and carved oak panel, commissioned by Medical and Surgical Center, Marshalltown, IA. “1996” “An Old, Old Story”: Heroic size, bronze Indian couple walking, commissioned by Indian Hills Community College, Ottumwa, IA. “1995” “Imparting Knowledge”: Life-size bronze, Indian Chief teaching a youth, commissioned by Indian Hills Community College, Ottumwa, IA. “1995” “A Veteran’s Prayer for Eternal Peace”: 15 feet high, bronze hands in 185’ x 90’ Landscaped outdoor chapel, commissioned by Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines, IA. “1994” “Leapfrog”: Life-size bronze, commissioned by the Fairfield Public Library, Fairfield, IA. “1990” “A Grandmother’s Garden”: Two life-size bronze figures, a child and a grandmother, landscaped share garden space, commissioned for Warren County Courthouse, Indianola, IA. “1988” “Jack Trice”: Life-size bronze standing figure, memorial to first black football player of Ames College commissioned by Iowa State University, Ames, IA “1988”, Jack Trice Memorial Stadium. “I Plant”: Life-size bronze torso bust of Bertha Jacobsen, a farm woman, community-minded person, gardener, and philanthropist. She is depicted smiling and planting a handful of seeds, Tama Civic Center, Tama, IA (1986) “Generations”: 30’ x 36’ plaster relief, commissioned by the City of Fairfield, Fairfield, IA. (1985 “Mayor Chuzohara”: Life-size ceramic portrait of the Kufo City Mayor of Kufo City, Japan. “1984” “Dancers”: Life-size plaster, Ottumwa Regional Medical Center, Ottumwa, IA. “1983 “William Coop and Friend”: Life-size bronze of two seated figures of a modern boy with a pioneer man, commissioned for the Central Park, Fairfield, IA. “1981” “Commemorative Wall”: 8 life-size relief busts, with text of life history, of various significant priests and teachers, Loyola Academy, Wilmette, IL. (in progress) CORPORATE & PRIVATE WORKS “Arthur and Rosella Nierling Memorial”: 10 diameter bronze plaque, displaying the names of their four children around a haloed cross that is entwined by a vine of four roses. Private memorial, 2013 “Play Fight”: life size bronze fox juveniles play fighting atop a bronze log, one nestled into a burl in the log, private commission, Cedar Rapids, IA, 2012 “Maria Jira Chyle Memorial”: Bronze bust of Czechloslovakian immigrant woman, from Protivin current Czech Republic, founded Protivin, IA., cremains drawer in rear of bust, private commission. 2012 “Robb Kelley Commemorative” 2/3 life-size bronze sculpture relief of Robb Kelley, former EMC Insurance corporation chairman, president, and C.E.O., EMC Insurance building, Des Moines, Iowa, 2010 “Hidden Feather”: abstracted shape 24” x 40”underbrush and hidden turkey feather image, on wedge-shaped blood red burgundy pedestal, laser cut bronze with green to yellow patina, and browns for feather, private commission for flower and shrub garden, 2010. to yellow “Paraclete”: 24 “ flame, copper tubing with brass screen overlay, on 8” sq. x 8” t. alabaster pedestal, mounted on walnut, two 6 ft. t. x 30” w. burgundy banners with 7 gold bar stripes and one red strip each, between accompanying stained glass windows, 1st Methodist Church, Ottumwa, IA, 2002. “The Innovator”: 1/3 life size, bronze figure, 24”, double helix and relief, bronze 24”, stone base, 24”, composition 6’ tall, Kemin Industries, Des Moines, IA “2001” “Diggin’ Dutchman”: Vermeer, Inc. sales awards, Vermeer logo 1/3 size torso bust of construction worker, 1/3 size torso relief bust of a construction worker on a relief background of Vermeer machinery, life size torso bust of construction worker, mounted on a rough cut block of limestone, 2002 “Angel of Knowledge”: 1/3 Life-size bronze angel mounted on granite, a cemetery monument. Private commission. “2000” “Soaring in Grace”: 24’ x 18” bronze relief with eagle sculpture coming out from relief plane, mounted on granite; a cemetery monument. Private commission. “2000” “Freedom”: 27” high x 31” wide x 4 ½’ deep bronze relief in curly fir frame. A young boy releasing a frog from captivity. Private commission. “1999” “Natural Causes”: Life-size bronze relief, red-tailed hawk catching it prey. Studio Piece. “1996” “Alice Johnston Memorial”: Life-size bronze, humming bird, gardening hand trowel & gloves, 3 roses, concrete bench. Private commission, 2008 “John Hill Memorial”: Life-size bronze on black granite, music stand on podium, with open music book and score, entwined trumpet vine with actual instrument trumpet valves for blooms, 2006 “Zack Yates Memorial” Life-size bronze on granite, open hands and shell container for commemorative memorabilia at cemetery site, 2007 “A Puzzling Moment” 27” high x 31” wide x 4 ½’ deep bronze resin relief in an oak frame. Little girl with her two dogs, sitting sprawl legged on the floor, completing a puzzle, Private commission. “2000” “Birthday for Amy O” 24” high x 30” wide x 4 ½’ deep plaster relief in an oak frame. Young girl and her father blowing out 16 candles on a cake, Audubon School, Dubuque, IA “1986” ARTIST STATEMENT: My works are primarily human figures and animal wildlife, classically rendered. They emphasize the importance of relationships. Those include wisdom and innocence, family members with each other, children, men and women with each other, and with their country, also, animals in their environment. In order to capture the universality of life, I carefully observe the psyche and physical interactions of my subjects, whether people or wildlife. EDUCATION: Naguib School of Sculpture, Beverly Shores, Indiana: Figure modeling, molding, fired ceramic, bronze casting, and stone carving under the instruction of Mustafa Naguib University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa: Sculpture and drawing under the instruction of Julius Schmidt University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado: Sculpture and drawing Luther College, Decorah, Iowa Ceramic sculpture, drawing, and painting under the instruction of Dean Schwartz EXPERIENCE: • Over 35 years experience in bronze, ceramics, welded steel, wood, stone, resin, cast iron, plaster and cement. • Works include over 50 public commissions and numerous private commissions, small reproductions, teaching, slide lectures, demonstrations, and exhibits. • Awarded Change, Inc., grant, 1998; Adolf and Esther Gottlieg emergency Assistance grant, 1998; Artist Fellowship Inc., grant, 1999; Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant, 1999. • Selected for an artist exchange program, Kufo City, Japan. Displayed three sculptures and created a ceramic portrait of the mayor of Kufo City. • Awarded Numerous Iowa Arts Council grants, including a research and observation grant to interview various artists in Yugoslavia. EXHIBITIONS: Kavenaugh Gallery, West Des Moines, Iowa 2004 to present, Skyline Gallery, Fairfield, Iowa 2004, Luther College Exhibition Gallery, Decorah, Iowa. 2004, Newton Sculpture Festival, Newton Iowa. 2004, Hearst Center for the Arts, Cedar Falls, Iowa. 1999, Kruse Associates, Iowa City, Iowa. 1999, Loveland Sculpture Invitational, Loveland, Colorado. 1996, 1997, 1998, Percival Galleries, Des Moines, Iowa 1997
Keosauqua, Iowa, United States
Helen Tanner - Freelance Grant Writing & Proposal Writing
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Skilled in proposal development, prospect research, grant writing, grants management. Experienced in full-cycle United Way, city and state funding, corporate/foundation grants, NIH funding, CDC funding, NCLB funding, SAMSHA funding, tribal community grants, pharmaceutical funding and other federal/private grants. Content specialties: Health and Human Services, Social Services, Medical/Clinical Research, Public Health, Children’s/Youth Programs, Education. Professional Experience Associate Director of Grants KIPP San Antonio (Part-time position) 2011-Current -Serve as primary grant writer for KIPP San Antonio -Responsible for managing federal and private foundation grants for KIPP San Antonio district -Ensure compliance with grant guidelines and purposes -Provide oversight and accounting for grant-funded programs through a grants calendar of program activities -Federal program director for NCLB and other federal programs at KIPP -Lead stewardship activities with grant funders in conjunction with Chief Development Officer Principal/Owner Advance Grants – San Antonio, Texas www.advancegrants.com 2010-current Helping organizations advance their funding stream by providing support in prospect research, proposal development, and grant pipeline management. -Contract grant-writing business for non-profits and public organizations Director of Development Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS – Phoenix, Arizona 2009-2010 Development Manager, Major Gifts and Grants Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS (formerly Body Positive) – Phoenix, Arizona 2008-2009 -Responsible for $800,000 in annual funding (2008 – 2010) through fundraising initiatives -Raised more than $1 million of annual budget in special events -Secured more than $700,000 of annual budget (2008 - 2010) in grants (corporate/foundation/United Way/city/tribal) -Developed a comprehensive grants pipeline that involved program directors and staff -Managed agency grants in conjunction with CFO and CEO -Responsible for all funder/grantor communication and cultivation (in addition to CEO). -Increased number of new donors in 2009 annual fund by 40 percent -Completed migration of donor data to upgraded Blackbaud Kintera database system of more than 10,000 donor records -Worked extensively with CEO to secure individual and foundation major gifts of $10,000 and above -Met goals in both 2008 and 2009 for individual major gifts: 5/year -Solicited corporate sponsorships and in-kind donations supporting the agency program and event activity -Secured more than $250,000 in corporate sponsorships in both 2009 and 2010 for major events -Acted as staff member – board liaison. Worked closely with agency board members to help increase board involvement with fundraising particularly with annual giving campaign and events -Developed and reshaped gift policies and procedures for development department to enhance fundraising initiatives during agency reorganization -Managed at least 5 major event committees (board and other volunteers) and outsourced event support staff as assigned – totaling more than 150 professional volunteers -Oversaw donor database management to ensure accuracy and timeliness for donor records, tax statements, thank-you correspondence, and direct mail campaigns -Acted as agency volunteer manager and responsible for management of more than 200 agency volunteers (during staff reduction period) Project Manager – Clinical Research Grants Phoenix Veteran Affairs Healthcare System – Phoenix, Arizona 2007-2008 -Managed 6 national multi-center clinical research grants studying Atherosclerosis, Diabetes, and other Cardiovascular health conditions -Managed grant proposals, renewals and audits for all clinical studies -Developed and wrote study materials for national diabetes trial started in Phoenix -Managed a research staff of research nurses, physician assistant, research coordinators, and support staff -Developed, taught, and implemented project/study manual of operations and related study procedures -Responsible for management of budget and related financial operations for department clinical trials Senior Clinical Coordinator Baylor College of Medicine – Houston, Texas 2006-2007 -Dedicated to coordinate and manage phase II-IV out-patient OB/GYN clinical pharmaceutical research trials -Managed all grant proposals and renewals of related clinical studies -Coordinate study team personnel and physician to assist with: subject recruitment/screening; blood collection/specimen processing; performing drug/device accountability; resolving queries; documenting/reporting adverse events -Serve as a liaison between the investigator, sponsor, monitor, and subject Senior Clinical Research Coordinator University of Texas Health Science Center – U.T. Medical School Department of Infectious Diseases – HIV/AIDS 2004 – 2006 -Published a paper in the Journal of Translational Medicine with Baylor College of Medicine and University of Texas Medical School, “CD8 apoptosis may be a predictor of T cell number normalization after immune reconstitution in HIV.” -Coordinated administrative grant duties for related NIH and pharmaceutical clinical AIDS research studies -Responsible for submission of electronic grant and protocol renewals -Educated patients about studies and technical knowledge about HIV/AIDS and prevention -Participated in rounds, staff conferences, and training programs related to research projects -Performed sub-study presentations and training at other sites, provided statistical analysis of Houston site studies Education Master of Public Health (M.P.H.), International and Family Health University of Texas School of Public Health-Houston May 2006 B.S., Nutritional Sciences Texas A&M University – College Station August 2001 Accomplishments/Honors -Invited to speak as lecturer for UTSA’s nonprofit management certification program on grant-seeking practices (2011) -Graduate of Association of Fundraising Professional’s Mentorship Program in Phoenix, AZ in 2009 -Speaker for Anthem Rotary Club presenting on experience as a young professional representing the U.S. in Italy (2008) -Selected to represent Rotary International as a young professional ambassador in Italy (2007) -Traveled and served as translator on a medical team to Guatemala with HIV/AIDS physicians (2007) -Completed Continuing Education Course in “Arts of Non-Profit Fundraising I: The Fundamentals” for Non-Profit Organizations at Rice University, Houston, TX (2006) -Published a paper with University of TX Medical School and Baylor College of Medicine, “CD8 apoptosis may be a predictor on T cell number normalization after immune reconstitution in HIV” in the Journal of Translational Medicine (2006) -Speaker for graduate school course on international public health experiences at University of Texas School of Public Health (2006) -Traveled to Sri Lanka as part of International Tsunami Relief Team (2005) -Selected for competitive graduate student fellowship in Honduras, Central American with Samaritan’s Purse for 3 months working on international health program development and funding (2003) -Selected for a graduate fellowship at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center for cancer education program development (2003) Leadership/Professional Organizations -Junior League, Member 2007–present -Junior League of Phoenix, Leadership 2008/2009, 2009/2010 -Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), Member 2009-present -Grants Professionals Association, Member 2011-present -MOPS, Member 2011-present -Alpha Chi Omega Alumni Association 2008-present -American Public Health Association, Member 2006-present -Rotary International, Young Professional Scholar – Group Study Exchange Alumnae -Texas A&M University Former Students Association
San Antonio, Texas, United States