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Joe Wilson - Freelance Fantasy Art & Horror Art
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I'm a freelance illustrator working mainly in the gaming industry. I've worked on properties such as Lord of the Rings, Warhammer, Call of Cthulu, and World of Warcraft.
Niagara Falls, New York, United States

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Michael Collin - Freelance Animation & Comic Art
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I am a freelance artist and film-maker living in Glasgow, Scotland. I have many years experience working as a commercial artist, having worked in video, animation, graphic design, illustration, comics, and giant puppets. For further information please visit my website at www.mjcollin.com. Thank you.
Glasgow, Glasgow City, United Kingdom
Kyla Anderson - Freelance Fashion Illustration & Drawing
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My name is Kyla Anderson. Since I was very young I have shown my talent and passion for the art and design industry. I started drawing at the age of 2, since then I have been improving my skills and techniques. During my first years of school I exceeded my teachers expectation with my art. At the age of 10 my art was already around my old school, giving me confidence and showing me that I can do really great in this industry. During my high school years my passion grew and love for art grew to the point that all I did was draw, paint, use my hands and creativity and I did assisted other students during the art classes to help them improve. After that I decided to join Sheridan College, I have one year of post-secondary education in art fundamentals program from Sheridan institute of design where I advanced my skills in imaging systems which is detailed technical drawings. I am developing my skills in human anatomy and life drawing. I have a unique skill in the handling of pencil crayons and the expression of colors. I also have a matchless pencil style and a flair for fashion illustrations as well as animations. I also have experience with marker drawings and all around creative and original take on imagery. I also have skill in advanced sculpture. I am very virtuous with my hands and to the attention of detail in any aspect of creation. I love to work with others to produce above and beyond projects to come up with the best end result to any new assignment. I also have the opportunity to expose my art across different galleries in the west site of the GTA area. My knowledge on the art field has been expanding thanks to the different courses, books and many artists that have guide me to improve my skills. I am ready to beat any challenge and I am here to prove that I am one of the best at what I do in Canada. Contact me Today! Kyla Anderson-
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Roosevelt Robinson - Freelance Programming & Mainframe Programming
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ROOSEVELT D. ROBINSON OBJECTIVE: To pursue a career in information technology where I can maximize my potential, enhance my skills, and deliver top quality results in an environment where team work is promoted and success is rewarded. TECHNICAL SKILLS: • IBM mainframe utility programs, COBOL, JCL, Easytrieve, SORT/MERGE utility, PLANBINDS, PACKBINDS, VSAM, ENDEVOR, SMARTTEST, subschemas, ASDD, MQ, OS/360 technologies, Six Sigma DMAIC project methodology, btConverge • Profiency - MS (Visio, Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint and Project), Windows XP, Internet Explorer, Firefox • Additional experience - C,C++, Java, DB2, QMF, CICS, Cisco Systems Routers and Switches, Cisco WAN Manager, Maplesoft, Oracle, UNIX, Maple, Mulberry, Omnet++, Wireshark, packet-sniffing software, XHTML, Frame Relay, ATM, SONET, DHCP, DNS Server Design, Iperf, Jperf, Web100, SIP, NAT, VoIP, FTP, VPN, SS7, TCP/IP WORK EXPERIENCE: BANK OF AMERICA, Charlotte, NC June 2010 – Sept. 2011 Analyst - Application Programmer II • Performed duties as subject-matter expert (SME) for the Customer Notification Engine (CNE) application, where we were responsible for sending email and SMS alerts to online banking customers. • Ensured all new alerts and alert preferences were coded and stored accurately (for all Automatic, Proactive, and Customer-managed alerts) by our entire development team and offshore resources. • Mitigated risk by ensuring all CIS standards were followed through enforcing document-naming convention standards within our application • Created single document-repository location for all internal documents created. • Retained full knowledge of application, alerts, and other pertinent information • Served as liaison between other project team/application SMEs, project development team members and business analysts (BAs). • Conducted mainframe tests/coding by developing JCL jobs and COBOL code used for various projects and initiatives • Created and approved project design documents, included HLDs, LLDs, SIWs, and CIT/SIT Test Plans. • Developed project estimates, based on each DMAIC stage requirements/task our application became engaged in. • Attended/facilitated project meetings designed to discuss development efforts for various upcoming projects and releases. • Created/submitted weekly reports specifying statistics around application’s SMS and email alerts sent out to vender clients • Facilitated regular code walk-through sessions with the team. BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD, Columbia, SC July 2008 – April 2010 Application Programmer I • Developed and executed enterprise server (mainframe) programs, meeting the standards and guidelines of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Information Systems (I/S) Division. • TSO browsing, editing, and utilities • Created mainframe COBOL and Easytrieve programs, PROCS, SORT/MERGE elements, PLANBINDS, and PACKBINDS • Created system packages with mainframe elements; promoted elements up through various stages • Responsible for contacting our internal Memb.Approval group to ensure promoted elements were approved through stages of the production life cycle within the Endevor system. • Basic JCL coding, procedures, conditions, restarts, and refer backs • Administrative duties pertinent to development, modification, execution, and stage promotion of various elements/modules for area’s projects. BELK’S DEPARTMENT STORE, North Augusta, SC October 2007 – November 2007 Store Associate • Serviced customers in the Home department • Operated the cash register • Maintained store area OHIO UNIVERSITY, Athens, OH Graduate Assistant September 2006 - May 2007 • Utilized OPNET’s ITGURU software to create network models of various types of Enterprise IS communication networks. • Incorporated LTP specifications for modified simulation environment. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, Washington, DC Summer Intern June 2005 - August 2005 • Developed electronic reporting tool through Excel that houses well-specific information from several states, influencing database development within the Underground Injection Control (UIC) program. • Participate in program decision making development and conductive active research on electronic reporting methods for Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water (OGWDW). VIRGINIA TECH UNIVERSITY, Blacksburg, VA Research Intern May 2004 - August 2004 • Developed online learning modules through Java implementation for software testing in the Computer Science Department. • Design a Java- based instructional program named KAREL for Virginia Tech Computer Science Department. • Developed a database for intro to Software Engineering at Virginia Tech Computer Science Department. PROJECTS: OMCAT (2010) Canada Online Banking (OLB) (2010) E-Initiative Paper Suppression Phase II (2010) Northwest Online Banking (NW OLB) Conversion (2011) Small Business eStatements (2011) mWallet (2011) RECOGNITION AND AWARDS: • NW OLB Project team recognition for timely delivery/ concise presentation of High-Level Design (HLD) document during JAD session • FFD team recognition for leveraging one of their resources to conduct code reviews • LOB and CNE team recognition for creation of organized, consistent weekly reporting of email and SMS metrics of alerts sent to email vendor, Exact Target, and out to online banking customers • Claflin University Dean’s List • National Dean’s List • United States Academic Achievement & Citizen’s Scholarship • Ohio University Communications and Technology Policy Scholarship • Claflin University Honors Scholarship RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: Network Access Using CDMA Based MAC with Code Broker April 2006 • A comparative study designed to use Quality of Service (QoS) standards in examining the access schemes of CDMA and CSMA technologies. Using Iperf & Web100 to improve OPLIN Network Performance May 2008 • Utilizing Iperf and Web100 in testing connections and TCP variables in order to improve performance on the Ohio Public Library Information Network. EDUCATION: OHIO UNIVERSITY, Athens, OH Masters Degree in Communications Technology and Policy, Graduation: June 2008 GPA: 3.05 CLAFLIN UNIVERSITY, Orangeburg, SC Bachelor of Science, Graduation: June 2006 Major: Management Information Science GPA: 3.60, SUMMA *** LAUDE, DEAN’S LIST
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Lewis Beazley - Freelance Fiction Writing & Poem Writing
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Words are some times confusing but given the right writer they can become a thing of beauty, painting a picture so full of life you can not help but to get lost array of letters. Read on they inspire. Word play is a thing of art. Few can grasp, configure, and mold to the masses liking. Skill to capture ones mind and thoughts is all but a sentence away, for creativity is the key to every readers dream.
Los Angeles, California, United States
Dawn Mader - Freelance Drawing & Portrait Art
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I'm an Artist and Illustrator. I have 25 years of drawing/painting/Instructor experience. My specialty is drawing dogs in graphite. I also paint in acrylic and Oil and pastel. My mission is to create the amazing personality of my client's pet. Along with pet portraits I also paint and draw people, landscapes, still life and more. Call or email me anytime if you have a loving pet you want to have drawn/painted for a great keepsake.
United States
Tina Schofield - Freelance Illustration & Painting
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Summary of Qualifications: Great communication and people skills Proficient in Mac & Windows Illustrator, Painter, Designer Strong artistic conceptualization skills Character development Gallery experience Interests: Illustrating, horseback riding, hiking, animals, cooking, creating Program Expertise: Adobe Suite: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign & Acrobat; Corel Painter Program Knowledge: Microsoft Word & Powerpoint; Mac & Windows Education: BFA Degree in Illustration – Savannah College of Art & Design, Savannah, GA 2009-2011 Fine Art/Teaching – Bucks County Community College, PA 2008-2009 Fine Art/Teaching – Wilson College, PA 2007-2008 Work Experience: Lenox Inc. Production Artist Green Home Solutions Art Director & Graphic Designer OfficeMax Graphic Designer/Print Associate Young Rembrants Art Teacher PETCO Sales Associate and Cashier. Handled and knowledgeable of small animals, reptiles and aquatic pets. Gave customers valuable knowledge and advice to be a better pet owner and helped them out in various situations. 12/01/10 to 9/15/11 ACMoore Arts and Crafts Sales Associate and Cashier. Knowledgeable in all products, helped recommend products to the customer's needs. 6/10/10 to 8/30/10 Smoke'n Dudes BBQ Waitress, Cook and Cashier. Dealt with the public, handled hectic situations, and created a comfortable pleasant environment for the customers and the employees. 9/12/09 to 12/16/09 Sesame Place Photographer, Photoshop Artist, and Merchandise Team Member. Worked in a team to create a positive, exciting, safe and educational learning environment for kids and adults. Dealt with the public and took quality pictures and edited them using photoshop to the customer's approval. 5/3/09 to 10/3/09 Sears Portrait Studios Photo Editor, Sales Associate and Photographer. Dealt with the public, children, babies, and families to help create a relaxed positive environment. Handled hectic situations , took professional portraits, sold photo packages 8/24/08 to 4/5/09 Wilson College Childcare Center Assistant Teacher. Helped plan creative activities, painted a mural in the school, helped instructor to keep kids and room organized and safe, created a positive learning environment for pre-school and kindergarden kids. 1/25/08 to 5/9/08
Bensalem, Pennsylvania, United States
John DeCaro - Freelance Art & Poster Design
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Hello, my name is John I am from MIlford NH, I am an artist, I have decided to take a step in freelance work. I am into all different types of art and have been an artist all my life. My professional work does not mirror my artist side but to make a living its a little hard to do art but I am trying to step out and make it work. Below is my professional work experience and my art will be displayed on this site. I also do wood carving work and other crafts. Thank you for your time. John J, DeCaro Milford, NH 03055 603-557-1020 Johndecaro86@yahoo.com Education and Training Middlesex Community College (Lowell, MA) Associate Degree of Science in Criminal Justice. Obtained 8/27/2010 Received high honors on the Dean’s List for three consecutive semesters. Cumulative GPA : 3.07/4.0 – *** laude Professional Job Related Training and Skills Travis County Sheriff’s Office Correctional Academy Academy completed 6/4/2012 CPI – Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Certification completed 10/23/13 CPI – Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Renewed 10/14 – 6/15 NCH CPR – AED- First Aid Certification 6/15 NCH Professional Work Experience Nashua Children’s Home (Nashua, NH) Residential Counselor 2- September 2013- Presently Employed • Establish positive relationships and boundaries with all residences and staff by initiating a safe and secure environment. • Conduct residential meetings to ensure the well-being of residents. • Attend conferences, establish written case reports on individual children to ensure an up to date residential plan for the child’s success. • Encourage and support resident’s academic interest, provide emotional support to residents. • Provide informal counseling to residents on a daily basis. • Fairly and consistently enforce program rules and guidelines. • Plan, prepare, and lead, recreational and social events. (Outside activities, day time trips, school activities, meals, etc.) • Properly handle and administer prescribed medication. • Promote a sense of community, by teaching and modeling cooperation, respect and responsibility in a residential environment. • Utilize safe practices to deescalate crisis situations involving a resident who may be displaying unsafe behavior towards staff members or other residents, unsafe behavior to themselves. • Properly utilize handle with care restraint techniques in crisis related situations in a residential setting. Travis County Sheriff’s Office (Del Valle, TX) Corrections Officer – October 2011- December 2012 • Provide correctional services related to the health, safety, and security of detainees and the public in a corrections facility or program. • Conducted inspections of detainees holding cells and units, recreational areas, conduct head counts, safety inspections, and fire drills, serve meals, etc. • Responsible for checking, completing, and processing official records and documents. Moreover, requiring proficiency in report writing related skills, the use of computer applications (such as Outlook and Word) • Providing informal counseling to detainees, discipline detainees as necessary, intervene and resolve crisis situations (fights or medical emergencies), assist with the personal needs of inmates (including telephone calls, court appointments, programs, etc.) • Properly relay messages through two way radio, utilize common sense good judgment. Geo Prison Correctional Facility (Lockhart, TX) Corrections Officer Cadet – August 2011 -October 2011 • Trained in defensive tactics, interpersonal communications and firearms training according to Geo Prison standards. • Transferred to Travis County Sheriff’s Office. Smith Security (Austin, TX) Armed and Unarmed Security Officer – April 2011 - October 2011 • Trained at multiple academy’s through Amerishield in unarmed and armed security tactics • Responsible for the security of property and persons. • Escorting certain employees to and from work environments, such as high profile banks and other cooperation’s. • Trained to observe and report any unusual activity to local authorities and defuse situations domestic or crisis related. • Trained in defensive tactics related to security personnel. Including unarmed defensive tactics and armed defensive tactics.
Milford, New Hampshire, United States
Nicholas Scott - Freelance Creative Writing & Poem Writing
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Nicholas Scott Qualifications/Talents: Exceptional results from high school in creative writing and grammar Young and into trends, always into the latest things hitting the media Knowledgeable into various mainstream topics, anything from Sci-fi/Anime - Top 40 Music Almost unlimited time Personal Experience: Various CP courses in high school Personal writings, not a day goes by where I don't write something Work History: None Education: Juniata High School, Mifflin, PA - High School Diploma About me: I am a hard working writer with a lot of passion and skill. I can write and simple or as complex as needed. I can work with almost any deadline and many topics that you'll need. I'm competent with HTML and can do various work with websites and other internet media. My talents stretch from writing blogs and revies to poems and creative writing shorts. I can write adds, catchy lyrics for a jingle, or even a small script for a commercial. Topics that I'm very passionate about include: Latest media events including: Movies, music, video games, and books Science and Technology, newest phones, breakthrough science and health Gay Rights and Gay Rights Activists
Champaign, Illinois, United States
Cheryl Stewart - Freelance Copywriting & Editing
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CHERYL L. STEWART A versatile professional with 20-plus years of experience. A partial list of my skills includes: • Case Management • Professional Copywriter & Editor • Task Force Direction • Fund Raising & Volunteer Recruitment • Group & Individual Intake • Corporate Newsletter Writing & Editing • Group & Individual Counseling • Job Search & Corporate Outplacement • Program & Facility Management • Grant Writing & Program Implementation EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS 3/2013–Present VIRTUAL CAREER SPECIALIST. I am contracted with Human Solutions LLC as a Career Specialist. I teach job campaign skills to disabled individuals in the Ticket-to-Work program sponsored by the Social Security Administration. 2011–Present FREELANCE WRITER/EDITOR. Presently writing and editing freelance projects for individuals and businesses. *Hold concurrent with Human Solutions employment. 3/2011–12/2011 TECHNICAL EDITOR. Working through ADECCO Technical in Tucson, AZ, I worked as technical editor for Performance Associates, Inc. in Oro Valley, editing mining training manuals, hardcopy and onscreen, to specific project specifications. Worked closely with technical engineers and writers. 2/2006–3/2009 TECHNICAL EDITOR, Call & Nicholas, Inc. (CNI), an international team of mining consultants based in Tucson, AZ. I supervised all aspects of report publishing for the company’s 30 geological engineers. FREELANCE WRITING & EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE See my website for work samples at http://www.writereditorforu.com. Was on the freelance editorial staff at BookSurge, Xlibris, AuthorHouse, Infinity Publishing, and also accepted individual clients. From 1995 to 2001, I worked as a Senior Copywriter, Medical Alert Writer, and Corporate Newsletter Associate Editor and Writer for Practice Builder’s Agency (PBA), Irvine, CA. This national advertising/marketing agency catered primarily to healthcare providers, but clients also included financial, legal, veterinarian, and alternative care provider practices. CORPORATE EXPERIENCE PRIOR TO 1995 1993–1994 DOCUMENTS ANALYST. Chiron Vision/Johnson & Johnson, Upland, CA. As analyst, I was responsible for proofreading all documents, including laboratory testing reports, corporate policy and procedure manuals, et cetera. After one year, I was offered a significant promotion, but I was in the process of relocating to Orange County and I declined. 1991–1992 CAREER CENTER SPECIALIST. Regain Worker’s Compensation Rehabilitation, Fullerton, CA. I was responsible for all Career Center activities for injured workers attending this vocational rehabilitation facility. 1991–1991 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of The Azusa Gang/Drug Prevention Task Force, a 15-person, nonprofit task force funded by grants to address the after-school needs of at-risk youth. I procured service providers at no cost, secured donations and volunteers, teachers, presenters, et al., and distributed a flyer to all school districts with the help of the Superintendent of Schools. Over 400 families responded, and over 250 children, ages 6 to 12, were enrolled. I supervised daily activities, eight bilingual peer/teen staff counselors, volunteers, and a secretary. My program was awarded a trophy as the Most Outstanding Youth Program in 1991 by the City of Azusa Parks and Recreation Department. Upon my contract renewal date, I chose to resign. 1989–1990 GANG DIVISION ASSISTANT. Requested to assist with grant implementation for gang/drug prevention program for Ontario Police Department. This was a part-time civilian position (20 hours per week), for the one-year grant term, contending with more than 800 known gangs in Ontario at that time. I researched and wrote booklets, letters, alerts, and notices distributed to the public and coordinated dramatic performances created by former gang members. I was instrumental in implementing an anti-gang/drug logo/slogan contest throughout the school districts. The winning entry was adopted as a proclamation by the mayor and made into a bumper sticker that was placed on all city vehicles. The program won the California Governor’s Award for Most Effective Gang/Drug Prevention Program for 1990. 1989–1990 HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT & EXPEDITOR. Requested to assist in a new facility renovation, startup, and staffing for Oregon Steel Mills, I assisted the new owners with facility refurbishment, renovations, staffing, and operations management. I held this position, part-time, while also being Gang Division Assistant for the Ontario Police Department, Ontario, CA. 8/1987–1988 FACILITY/PROGRAM DIRECTOR/VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR. As director for this Tri-County vocational rehabilitation facility for San Bernardino, Riverside, and Los Angeles, under the State Dept of Rehabilitation, I was given a bare facility with instructions to open to 30 clients within one month. I laid flooring, procured vending machines, plumbing repairs, donations for four rooms of office furniture, telephones, hearing-assisted devices, easels, desks, copiers, file cabinets, group-room chairs, job bulletins; everything needed to sustain a rehab facility. I trained my staff in career search and held daily group trainings for clients. I had 30 new clients each month and was required to place 30 clients in jobs per month. My program was highly successful and in demand with rehab clients. Clients reluctant to participate in other voc rehab programs requested enrollment in mine. I resigned at the end of 1988 due to a need for surgery. 2/1987–7/1987 JOB CLUB VOCATIONAL SPECIALIST. Upland State Dept of Rehab. I began with three clients. One was blind, one was deaf, and the other had advanced Cerebral Palsy. They had been in this job club for three years without success. Within a month, all three were placed in their preferred jobs. I had 12 clients, then 30, then a waiting list. My program was so successful that I was requested to direct a Tri-County vocational facility after only six months. 1984–1/1987 CORPORATE OUTPLACEMENT ASSISTANT. Coca Cola Enterprises, Los Angeles, CA. Requested to assist the Corporate Outplacement Consultant with vocational counseling and resume and letter development for displaced middle and senior managers in the Los Angeles and Tempe, AZ, facilities. I left at the end of the contract term. 1981–1982 EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT. Golden Sails and Saddleback Hotels, Long Beach and Santa Ana, CA. Requested by the president to return for a significant wage. Since American Diversified Corp. was in trouble, I opted to accept this offer. Resigned after a year when my husband’s job transferred him to the Inland Empire/San Bernardino area. 1980–1981 EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO DIVISION VICE PRESIDENT, DIRECTOR OF SALES AND MARKETING, AND DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES. American Diversified Investment Bank, Costa Mesa, CA. Hired to assist a difficult CFO, I was later requested as Executive Assistant for two department heads and the division vice president. I left after a year because I realized my bosses were planning to leave. The company was in trouble with the federal government and was eventually seized by the government. 1978–1980 EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT. Golden Sails and Saddleback Hotels, Long Beach and Santa Ana, CA. Acted as right hand to president for 1M property renovation. Met with architects, attorneys, coordinated hiring, handled all human resources and sales and marketing activities for these two busy properties. 1975–1977 FACILITY MANAGER, Fandango Club, Montclair, CA. As manager for this large local Country & Western nightclub, I scheduled and supervised a staff of 18 waitresses, 10 bar personnel, 10 security personnel, a sound crew, and two cooks. The club seated 1,000 people in two showrooms. Resigned as my husband’s job transferred him to Long Beach, CA. 1974–1974 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO HR DIRECTOR. Frito-Lay, Inc., Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Assisted new Human Resources Director in all HR operations, including processing all employee insurance. Set records for accuracy that had never before been achieved. I left to accept a job offer to manage a large, popular local nightclub. COMPUTER, INTERNET & RELATED SKILLS • Macintosh & PC Systems • Internet Research • Microsoft Office to 2010 • Book Layout & Formatting • Aldus PageMaker & InDesign CS5 • Marketing Materials Development • Adobe PhotoShop & AutoCAD Editing • Online Column Writing/Examiner.com • Adobe Acrobat 5 to 10—PDF Editing • Policies & Procedures Development EDUCATION BS degree: UNIVERSITY OF LAVERNE—Organizational Management and Counseling Psychology (dual degree) AA degree: CHAFFEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE—Art and Journalism Additional College Courses: PALOMAR COLLEGE (Graphic Arts); ORANGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE (Sales and Marketing, Small Business Management), PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE (Digital Design). Numerous Corporate In-House Trainings through the years, in sales and marketing, proposal development and design, small business marketing, PageMaker design, InDesign CS4, human resources topics, motivational strategies, team development, and more. Honors: High School Honor Role, Scholastic Society Scribe Award; College Community Poetry Award, several National Poetry Awards; City of Azusa Parks and Recreation Trophy: Most Outstanding Youth Program 1991; California Governor’s Award: Most Effective Gang/Drug Prevention Program for 1991. REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
Colton, California, United States