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Amanda Kirdzik - Freelance Illustration & Graphic Design
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My name is Amanda, a have a BFA degree in Visual Communication and Design (Graphic Design) and a minor in Web Design & Programming. My concentration is in Illustration which I absolutely love! I have always love to draw and paint, but my favorite thing to do is collage. Each project gives me a new opportunity to explore different ways to create something exciting. There are so many color,...
Akron, Ohio, United States
Tabitha - Freelance 3D Graphic Design & Graphic Design
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$10
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My name is Tabitha Boylen. I am 18 years old and currently in my senior year of high school. I go The Portage Lakes Career Center. The class I take is visual design and imaging. I learn new stuff everyday about design. I would love the opportunity to work here and get even more hands on experience. Thank you for your time,
Akron, Ohio, United States
Howard Ross - Freelance Graphic Design & Logo Design
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$75
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Graphic design, marketing consulting, brand building
Akron, Ohio, United States
Spencer Geraghty - Freelance Graphic Design & T-Shirt Design
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Akron, Ohio, United States

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Mark P - Freelance Fiction Writing & Ghostwriting
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Excellent and effortless command of the English language at your service. I'm ready, willing, and able to help you completely and quickly accomplish your goals with eagerness for any project that you may have. I am especially skilled at fiction, and have a way with words.
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James Kallenbach - Freelance Technical Writing & Creative Writing
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I have over two years of technical writing experience working for the Calgary Board of Education on a contract basis. In my time with the CBE, I've mostly written user manuals and produced (wrote scripts, filmed and edited) training videos on how to use an online database program called Archibus Web Central. Each user manual and video I've created has been tailored for a specific user group. Archibus Web Central serves a variety of purposes at the CBE, such as managing the organization's work request system, projects, musical instruments, CTS equipment, and energy usage systems. I've also beta tested software changes and updates before they were released to the end users, liaised with employees on business procedures, and implemented said procedures in my work, and created and updated Visio workflows as well. Before starting my current job, I completed my Bachelor of Applied Communications degree at MacEwan University in Edmonton. During my time in the program, I learned a variety of communication skills, such as creative writing, business and PR writing, magazine writing, copyediting and proofreading. Overall, I am a talented, confident and hard working communicator with a high attention to deal, and I am happy to get the job done.
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Jessica Riddle - Freelance Digital Art & Ad Design
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I am a graphic designer who is very talented in product branding, logo design, web design, and many other aspects of creativity. I have a degree in advertising as well as graphic design. I have 5 years of experience in the field, with many different types of jobs and designs under my belt. If you'd like to see any specific projects, or types of work please let me know.
Flagstaff, Arizona, United States
Ashley Ellis - Freelance Newsletter Writing & Blog Writing
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EXPERIENCE FREELANCE WRITER Cincinnati, OH November 2003 – present OHIO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY Columbus, OH Director of Special Projects, January 2003- November 2004 Spokesperson for State of Ohio Security Task Force on Homeland Security, September 2001-January 2003 Director of Communications, August 2000-January 2003 Assistant Communications Chief, April 2000-August 2000 • Special Event Planning • Public Relations • Social Marketing Campaigns • Media Coaching for High Level Executives • Media Relations • Publications • Crisis Communications • Strategic Communications • Manage over $ 4M budget • Manage staff of seventeen • Speechwriting • Manage Federal Grants • Develop Educational Brochures on safety issues • Oversee internal television/radio studio and staff PRESS SECRETARY & SPEECHWRITER to LT. GOVERNOR MAUREEN O’CONNOR Columbus, OH April 2000 – January 2003 Research and write all speeches given by Lt. Governor Maureen O’Connor in her capacity as both Lt. Governor and Director of the Ohio Department of Public Safety. Coordinate all media requests, events and appearances of Lt. Governor. Provide counsel on crisis communication situations. Act as spokesperson on legislative and policy issues. DISPATCH BROADCAST GROUP Columbus, OH Producer, Ohio’s Talking The Ohio News Network, 1999-2000 Produce daily weeknight interactive talk show. Research, write, interview. Network with Ohio politicians, businessmen, community activists. Plan special events; live shows on location. UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Washington, DC Deputy Communications Director for Majority Staff Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, 1997-1998 • Media/Political Strategy on investigation into campaign fundraising illegalities during the 1996 election cycle • Speechwriting • Editorial Writing • Advance Press Events • Plan Congressional Hearings: responsible for advance, security and press • Design, format and maintain Committee web page TELEVISION REPORTER WAFF-TV (NBC), Shoals Bureau Chief, 1995-1996 WOWL-TV (NBC), News Director/Reporter/Anchor, 1994-1995 BNN-TV (BOSTON CABLE), Reporter, Photographer, 1992-1994 EDUCATION BOSTON UNIVERSITY, MS Broadcast Journalism, Scholarship Recipient DENISON UNIVERSITY, BA Mass Communications THE CULVER ACADEMIES, Class President, 4 consecutive years, Scholarship Recipient
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Dr. Nathan Patel - Freelance Hindi Translation & Proofreading
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Nathan Patel, M.D. 9 Spinnaker Drive Barrington, RI 02806 Home: (401)-245-1911 Cellular: (774)-451-5255 Email: doctor.patel783@gmail.com EDUCATION June 2011- June 2014 Rochester General Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program Rochester, New York June 2010 – June 2011 Mid-Michigan Medical Center Transitional/Intern Year Midland, Michigan Sept.2005 – May 2010 Ross University School of Medicine Commonwealth of Dominica, West Indies Sept. 2001 – Jan. 2005 Boston University Boston, MA B.A. Biology PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE July 13th, 2013 – 2015 Danville VA Hospital Urgent Care Danville, IL Dec. 2013 - Present Fall River Clinical Research Occupational Medicine Clinic April 2014 - Present Censeo Health • Primary Care/Preventive Medicine for Medicare and Medicare Advantage Patients March 2009 – June 2010 Boston University Department of Pathology Boston, MA • Help conduct literature surveys for Notch gene activity. • Statistical analysis of genes/products. • Produced immunohistochem slides, in-situ hybridizations, RT-PCR, microarray analysis reports, and maintained lung cultures in order to measure murine Notch gene activity. Sept. 2001 – Sept. 2005 Fall River Medical Walk-In Medical Clerk Assistant Fall River, MA • Assisted in medical billing • Assisted in locating patient’s charts • Assisted nurses and doctors in patient care (i.e. blood pressure, venous puncture, ECG, spirometer tests, chest x-rays) Sept. 2006 – Sept. 2007 Ross University School Of Medicine Teaching Assistant Dominica, West Indies • Tutored students in Medical Physiology and Biochemistry for Ross mini exams and NBME subject shelf-exams. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE April 2009 – June 2010 Boston University School of Medicine Dept. of Pathology • Performed research on the association of the Notch gene with COPD and asthma using in situ hybridization techniques on mice embryos. Sept. 2004-Jan.2005 Boston University School of Medicine Dept. of Endocrinology • Performed research on the effects of Thyroid hormones on wound healing at Boston University School of Medicine. Director: Dr. Joshua Safer, M.D. COMMUNITY AWARDS Jan. 2001- Jan. 2002 Rhode Island Secretary of State Leadership Award for Outstanding Leadership VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Jan. 2000 - Present Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (Hindu temple) Volunteer • Helped build the temple and make preparations for its opening in 2001. • Assisted in cooking meals for caterings and other major events Jan. 2006 – May 2007 Physician for Human Rights Volunteer Worker Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica • Took blood pressure and drew blood from local Dominicans • Taught students the game of chess and played chess with them • Educated Dominicans about hypertension, cardiac disease, and diabetes Sept. 2004- May 2005 Brigham & Women’s Hospital Hospital Volunteer worker Boston, Massachusetts • Assisted in out-patient care and wheelchair service • Greeted patients and directed them to their desired locations • Helped out front desk when assistance was required Sept. 2002- May 2003 Massachusetts General Hospital Emergency Department Floor Assistant Boston, Massachusetts • Transported specimens to their respected labs (chemistry, hematology, etc.) • Notified doctors of patients’ needs and concerns and addressed them • Provided blankets for patients and wheelchair transport
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Efpraxia Pollatou - Freelance Research & Photography
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MRS EFPRAXIA POLLATOU EDUCATION 2003-2009: University of St. Andrews, Scotland , Ph. D in Social Anthropology. Thesis title: “Sounds of satire, echoes of madness: performance and evaluation in Cefalonia, Greece”. Thesis supervisor: Professor Tristan Platt. 1997-1998: University of Edinburgh, Scotland, M.Sc in Social Anthropology. Dissertation title: “Argostoli and Lixuri: power and resistance or rather the inverse? Exploring the role of the State and resistance in local culture on the Greek island of Cefalonia”. Dissertation supervisor: Dr. Yael Navaro- Yashin. 1992-1996: University of Athens, Greece, BA in classical literature. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 2012 : Research conducted among students of TEI of Ionian Islands( March- April 2012), in co-operation with dr. S. Makridis at the department of public relations and communication .Research ran in three focus groups. Research topic: communication channels, student satisfaction and the department of public relations and communication. 2004-2005: 15 months of research for the purposes of the ph.d thesis. Research was conducted on the Greek island of Cefalonia. Topics included performance, evaluation, audience, satire and laughter. 1998: 6 weeks of research on the Greek island of Cefalonia for the purposes of the Master’s dissertation. Topics included power, resistance and the State. 1995-1996: 3 months(approximately) of collection of folklore material for the purposes of voluntary project on folklore studies. Research was conducted in a village on the Greek island of Cefalonia WORK EXPERIENCE 2010-2012: Technological and Educational Institute of Ionian Islands, Greece. Department of Public Relations and Communication- Speech Instructor. Courses taught: international organizations, internal communication, communications programming II, communication policy I. • Designed and implemented course content • Selected the most appropriate reading material • Read, interpreted and translated material • Set essay topics and examination questions • Guided student presentations and workshops • Marked essays and examination papers • Invigilated examinations • Set dissertation topics and supervised twenty undergraduate dissertations • Introduced qualitative research methods to essays and dissertations • Examined thirty undergraduate dissertations • Organised group tasks and guided student presentations in these events • Delivered papers in the above mentioned events and conferences • Attended seminars • Invited guest speakers (local professionals) to relevant courses • Worked closely with students and successfully met all their needs in due time • Dealt with a variety of learning difficulties • Special interest in and care of mature students • Dealt with distance learning- all kinds of students • Used electronic media to guide students and deal with queries and learning difficulties • Developed ongoing relations with students • Developed ongoing relations and collaboration with other instructors on research and writing paper level and on organising a one-day event • Created “the ethnography of communication” learning group and carried seminar lectures in spring semester 2012. Initiative approved by the head of the department. EVENT ORGANISATION • Organised and chaired a one-day event in 2012 and 2011. Full responsibility for the program, speakers, sessions and venue. • Engaged students in the events 2007-2009 University of St. Andrews, Registry Office – invigilator • Invigilated students taking exams in individual rooms. • Treated students’ particular needs with discretion. • Solved all problems and difficulties. • Co-operated with the Examinations Officer and reported problems promptly. 2006, 2008 University of St. Andrews, Registry Office –matriculation assistant • Worked at different posts throughout matriculation days. • Directed people to the proper places and offices. • Managed long queues of students and parents. • Dealt with different people and attitudes. • Co-operated with Registry Officers efficiently. • Ability to work at short notice. 2006-2007 University of St. Andrews, dept. of Social Anthropology –tutor • Tutored first year undergraduate students • Marked both essays the students submitted during the term and their examination papers • Managed small groups of students from diverse ethnicities, gender, age and skills during the tutoring hours • Encouraged people to discuss matters in smaller groups and report to class • Constantly guided students through the material , planned and carried out tasks • Applied pedagogical principles of teaching to fit first year undergraduates’ needs. • Co-ordinated students’ participations in the tutorials. • Through individual consultation with non-participating students I succeeded in most cases to get them to become motivated. 1998-2003 Argostoli, Cefalonia, Greece-tutor. • Taught junior high school and high school pupils. • Lessons included ancient Greek ,modern Greek language ,Latin and history as taught at different levels of the Greek educational system. • Taught a variety of pupils, some with special needs and different emotional needs. • Employed pedagogical principles and adjusted them to pupils’ personal needs • Pupils performed very well during their final examinations and entered Greek Universities. 1999-2000 Centre for Adult Lifelong learning , Argostoli, Cefalonia, Greece- adult tutor. (This is a centre which provides educational and skills development programmes for a diverse range of adults, university graduates and people with emotional and special needs issues. Programmes are funded by the European Union and the Greek government). • Taught parts of courses for adults. • Courses included Cefalonian history, culture, management of cultural heritage and museum studies. • Worked with small groups of adults of different ages, gender and backgrounds. • Developed materials which took into account the specific needs of the students. • Managed to keep students engaged by using teaching methods and materials which maintained their interest. 1999 Centre for Adult Lifelong learning , Argostoli, Cefalonia, Greece- tutor to the special program “Rota” funded by the local municipality for a successful integration to local community of people with special needs. • Taught local history and culture. • Organised small tasks and encouraged them to engage with the material taught. • Encouraged students to be involved in peer support as a method of engagement with the material. • Developed different approaches to different members of the group according to their special needs. ADDITIONAL SKILLS Languages: Greek (native); English (proficient) ; French (fluent); German (basic written and spoken). IT skills: MS Office and Internet Use. Text production and analysis: Reading and interpreting texts Producing texts for different readers and audiences Understanding people and adapting to their speech style and attitudes Proofreading and editing texts SOCIAL SKILLS: Work individually and as a team member Managing different attitudes from student and adults of all ages, status and gender successfully Decipher implicit meanings and respond accordingly Use of different speech styles depending on the person and occasion Inspire enthusiasm Engage people in projects Understanding of diversity and adapt to subsequent attitudes Discretion Attention to detail DISTINCTIONS/HONOURS AND REWARDS 2010: Royal Anthropological Institute- Photo Contest “The Meaning of Water”. Three photographs (available at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/raieducation/page 22, page 25 and page 28 or http://www.discoveranthropology.org.uk/your-space/photography/meaning-of-water-photo-competition-gallery.html) received the 2nd place award. 1999: first prize for the collection of folklore material. Prize was awarded from the Academy of Athens PERSONAL WEBSITE/BLOG: http://argostoliotisa.blogspot.com VOLUNTARY WORK 2007: Contribution to the pre-fieldwork workshop[training for pre-fieldwork students of anthropology] as a facilitator. Island of Raasay, Scotland, April 16th-April 20th.The program was funded by S.T.A.R. 2006: Contribution to the “sound and anthropology” conference. The material contributed was recorded during my research on the island of Cefalonia [2004-2005]. 1999 Contribution to the construction of a local website in Argostoli. The website was built at the “Mentor” educational centre (www.ionion.com)..The material that I contributed originated from my MSc dissertation. 1995-1997 Collection of folklore material :the project was undertaken during my 3rd and 4th year of undergraduate studies at the University of Athens , Greece. PUBLICATIONS/ CONFERENCE PAPERS. 2011- 2012 “The metamorphoses of context: reading through ‘Cefalonian folklore’ by N. and G Ballas”, Kefaliniaka hronika 13 (2011-2012), pp 513-526. “Fruit from the field: introducing Peruvian Amazon. Book review: Ricardo Gonzalez Vigil (translated by Rigas Kappatos) Oral tradition from Peruvian Amazon, Ekati, Athens 2011”. In press . To appear in: Kimothoi 2012… With dr. S. Makridis: “The effects of organizational climate and communication on student satisfaction: a qualitative approach to gauging satisfaction”. Paper presented at the ISBEFA ,1/6/2012, Argostoli, Greece. “The laughter of the place: presenting the performative category of the immigrant and its role in the communicative event of the teasing in Cefalonia”. Paper presented at the one-day event : “laughter and satire in Cefalonia: past and present aspects”. 17/5/2012, Argostoli, Greece. 2010 “ A ‘crazy’ Cefalonian, an Italian newspaper and a… ‘Zizanio’: tracing the principles of satiricity”, Kefaliniaka Hronika, 12 (2010), pp 479-494. “Bringing backstage on to frontstage: a new approach to Cefalonian parlates”. Paper presented at the Academy of Athens Conference on Folk Culture and Verbal Art, Athens, Greece, 8-12 December 2010, in press final version. “ ‘Spicy minds’: Examining audience participation in teasing events in Cefalonia,” paper presented at the ATINER 3rd Annual International Conference on Philology, Literatures and Linguistics, Athens, Greece, 12-15 July 2010. “Building the legend up: Cefalonia and the researcher A. Debonos. An anthropological approach of his works,” Kimothoi 20 (2010), pp 13-30 “Notes towards an anthropology of Greek performative roles,” Kimothoi 20, (2010), pp. 109-120. “Claude Lévi-Strauss and his ‘interviews’ : looking at the anthropologist from another perspective”, “ Obrela”, 89 (2010), pp 49-53. 2009 “ Plato Drakoulis in Oxford: the role of the speech genre of ‘lecture’ and of language ideology in the formation of the ‘person’ of P.Drakoulis”. Paper presented at the conference “in honour of Plato Drakoulis”. Ithaca, Greece, October 2009. In press. 2008 “Odysseus’ land or the land of mad men? Cefalonian ideology of difference and satirical performances”. Talk given at the Scottish- Hellenic Society of St. Andrews, November 2008. 2007 “Ours only: the construction and use of Cefalonian meaning in common Greek words”. Paper presented at the symposium for the Cefalonian dialect. Argostoli, Greece, October, 2007. In press. “ 1757 through the prism of the anthropology of place and landscape”. Paper presented at the conference of 250th anniversary of the establishment of a new capital for the island of Cefalonia. Argostoli, September 2007. Published in the conference proceedings: “from St. George’s fortress to Argostoli (1757-2007): Venetian rulers in Cefalonia” vol I, pp 171-180. 2006 “Ghosts, fairies , landscape and speech events: looking at speech events and emotions on the island of Cefalonia, Greece”. Paper presented at the “Sound and Anthropology” conference, session for post-graduate students, St.Andrews, Scotland, June 2006. . The presentation is available online at http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~soundanth/students.php “Doing anthropology at home: studying humour and laughter: a preliminary report of fieldwork”. Paper presented at the Panionion Conference. Kuthira, Greece, May 2006 Published: Proceedings of the Panionion Conference, Athens 2009, vol IIb, pp 470-481. 2005 “From space to place: studying the introduction to the ‘Cefalonian proverbs’of D. Loukatos. The case of Pylaros”. Paper presented at the conference for “The Pylaros area: past and present”. Agia Euthimia, Cefalonia , September 2005. Published proceedings under the same title, 2007, vol 2, pp 353-366. “Language, ghosts and villages: a case study from Cefalonia”. Paper presented at the Conference: “Towards an anthropology and folklore of the Ionian Islands”, Argostoli,Greece, May 2005. Published proceedings under the same title, Argostoli 2008, pp 603-620. “Outlining satire and laughter issues through my research material”: Poster-session for post-graduate students, ASA conference. Aberdeen, Scotland, April 2005. 2003 "The Texts as Subjects and Objects: The Texts of European Enlightenment as Subjects and Objects in Relation to the Ionian Radicalism: A Case Study for I.Momferratos and R.Ferraios”, Paper presented at the Conference on European Enlightenment and Greek Radicalism, Lixuri, Cefalonia, May 2003. 2001 "The Poet and the Others: An Attempt to Approach the Works of the Poet A. Laskaratos Under the Anthropological Prism", Paper presented at the Centennial celebration of the satirical poet A. Laskaratos, Lixuri, Cefalonia, September 2001. Publshed proceedings under the same title, Athens 2004, pp 455-474. 2000 "Shaping Identities of the Rival Towns of Argostoli and Lixuri Through the Role of the Ionian State". Paper presented at the Symposium of History for the celebration of the Ionian State [part B], Argostoli, Cefalonia, Greece. October 2000. Published proceedings Argostoli 2003 pp 379-386. “Argostoli and Lixuri: The Famous Conflict and the Role of the Ionian State to the Conflict”. Paper presented at the Symposium of History for the celebration of the Ionian State, [part A] Corfu, Greece, May 2000. Proceedings are now reviewed and edited. ONLINE PUBLICATION 1999-2000: summaries of my Master’s dissertation were published at the website: http://www.ionion.com/. They are still available at the section: culture, subsection: articles. Texts are available in Greek and in English. Translations and text editing are all mine.
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