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Ryan Thomas - Freelance Jingle Writing & Song Writing
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20 years old with honours in music , song writter ,session musician, guitar teacher and lives for music. I am drawn to a challenge and seek to broaden my musical journey by writting film score and writting music for advertisements . I have also played in a few bands in South Africa. i am fast efficient and get the job done . see you soon.
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Sebastian Silbernagl - Freelance Jingle Writing & Song Writing
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I live for music. I enjoy composing songs in a lot of genres, including classical and blues. I play piano and saxophone.
Cape Town, Gauteng, South Africa

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Zaki Tewfik 400 West 43rd Street, 22S ? New York, NY 10036 Cell 347.223-1590 ? Home 212.244-6730 ? Office 212.268-9691 ? US Citizen E-Mail: Coachzaki@gmail.com Sales@Tourstraveldimensions.com Skype: Zaki.Tewfik & tewfik 649 Arabic Language Linguist, Category III. Top Secret Active 6/02/2009. Sensitive Compartmented Information ? CI Polygraph 04/10/08 I am a resourceful intelligence analyst with vast experience working with customers, and team members, to determine the project specifications and scope of work or threat. I am knowledgeable and have exceptional research and analysis abilities to support intelligence organizations. I am committed to national security and protecting the United States of America from terrorist activities. Objective I am seeking a challenging and rewarding position as a CAT III Arabic Linguist, (TS/SCI, CI Polygraph) where my experience will be utilized to further the goals of an organization that promotes and advances personal growth. 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CI Polygraph on 04/10/08. • Strong communication skills; report writing, speaking, presenting, listening and negotiating. • Identified and made recommendation to address foreign and domestic areas that directly, and indirectly, affected national security. •?Ability to analyze and make sound recommendations for actions regarding foreign intelligence, criminal threats, activities and groups. • Skills in working with intelligence and law enforcement to improve investigations and integrations. •? Participated in multiple top secret operations as lead Arabic linguist while serving in Afghanistan. •?Possesses thorough knowledge and expertise in the Middle Eastern cultures with emphasis on the culture, geopolitics, history and economics. ~ 1 ~ Zaki Tewfik •? Participated in several secret operations as lead Arabic linguist/Arabic subject matter expert while serving in Iraq. •?Communicate successfully and effectively both in Arabic and English. •?Member of the TFCN & APTS & ACRG Organizations - Groups Core Competencies ? Arabic Language ? Middle East Knowledge ? Leadership ? Intelligence Products ? National Security ? Cultural Analyst ? National Interests ? Subject Matter Expert ? Supervision ? Culture Adviser ? Counter Intelligence ? Foreign Intelligence Education 1971 – 1975 Police Academy – Graduate Cairo, Egypt 1968 – 1971 High School – Diploma Cairo, Egypt Relevant Training •?Awarded Category III linguist, with TS/SCI on 6/02/2009. •?Passed Polygraph Test on 04/10/08 at Fort Meade, MD. •?April 11, 2008 Linguist Training Course: Baltimore. Maryland, USA (Aegis/Mission Essential Personnel. Pre-Deployment Processing Center) •?March 3, 2006 Linguist Training Course: Reston. Virginia, USA (L3 COMMUNICATION, Titan Linguist Operations and Technical Support Division). •?DOD Information Assurance Awareness: Department of the Army. •?Titan: Linguist Training Course. Work Experience/ Police Forces 2011 ( August 08 - November 07). GENEVAWORLDWIDE: MAHATTAN, NEW YORK. Part-Time, Freelance. Category III Interpreter-Linguist: Supported the following departments Office of New York City Temporary and Disability Assistance; Office Of Healing Assistance; City of New York Law Department; Administrations Children Services; Arab American Family Support Center; Human Resort Administration; IMA; HHD. ??Duties include, but not limited to, the followings: Translations and Interpretation from English to Arabic, and Arabic to English. Provide interpretation- interpretation during meetings. Translate clients statements. Translate-Interpreter other culture and linguistic support of clients' statements. 2008 – 2010 Mission Essential Personnel: Columbus, Ohio Category III Linguist - Interpreter and Culture Adviser: Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. Supported the following units FBI; CTIF; MEP; JIF; FFET; SDC; BSCT; DRB; JDIC and DAB. Duties include, but not limited to, the following: ??Arabic Linguist – Interpreter; ??SIPR, NIPR, and AKO Accounts; ~ 2 ~ Zaki Tewfik Duties include, but not limited to, the following: ??Provide interpretation – interpretation support during interrogations; ???Monitor “face to face” sessions; ???Translate ICRC letters (Written by detainees); ???Translate ICRC letters (Received by detainees); ???Translate detainee statements; ???Translate other culture and linguistic support of detainee operations; ??Compose gist’s from video teleconference; ???Monitor VTC sessions; and ???Translate, and provide instructions to detainees at the Enemy Combatant Review Board. 2006 – 2007 Aegis – Mission Essential Personnel: Columbus, Ohio Category II Linguist: Camp Ramadi, Iraq Supported a HUMINT Team Duties include, but not limited to, the following: ??Arabic Linguist – Interpreter; ??Document translator; ??Assisted with liaison mission; ??Document exploitation; ??Screening interpreter; and ??Provided assistance with the other aspects of the CI and HUMINT mission for the brigade. Category II Linguist: Blue Diamond Camp, Al Anbar Province, Iraq Supported the U.S. Marines - 4th Civil Affairs Group. Duties include, but not limited to, the following: ??Arabic Linguist – Interpreter; ??Document translator; ??Assisted with liaison mission; ??Document exploitation; ??Met with and assisted local attorneys and their clients visiting Al Anbar’s Government Center seeking the assistance of the Coalition/American Forces; ??Provided document translation, explanation and assistance for plans/projects, etc. presented by the USN Civil Engineering Corps; ??Provided assistance and/or contact with local Iraqi’s seeking the assistance of Coalition Forces for various concerns; ??Translated documents from Arabic to English, or visa-versa (USN Civil Engineers Corps); ??Provided translation from Arabic to English, or visa-versa, for meetings between Provincal Dignitaries (Governor, Deputy Governor, Assistance Governor, and Director Generals, etc.), and the American/Coalition forces; ??Translated “Scopes of Work” (Bid’s) from English to Arabic, or visa-versa, (USN Civil Engineers Corps); ??Interpreted for the senior Marines Forces; ??Interacted daily with the Al Anbar’s Governor,the Director’s General of various Provincial Ministries, Deputy Governor, Assistance Governor and American/Coalition forces; ??Provided cultural advice to Coalition Forces; ~ 3 ~ Zaki Tewfik ??Provided valuable information on the unspoken cultural meanings in conversations with Al Anbar’s Governor and the Director’s General of the various Provincial Ministries, Deputy Governor, Assistance Governor and the American/Coalition forces 1986 – Present Tours & Travel Dimensions, Inc: New York, NY Owner, Sales & Marketing Manager ??Design and implement travel programs to the Middle East, Greece, Turkey, Israel, Jordan, Syria, Holland, and Africa; ??Custom-tailor tour packages for special interest groups such as museums, educational institutions, incentive corporations, new age, creative artists, miscellaneous groups, as well as individuals; ??Manage the marketing, advertising, sales, and promotion of tour packages; ??Plan and organize promotional meetings, seminars, and trade shows; ??Team member in designing a workforce for planning and diversity management, automated decision - support system for multiple customers; and ??Continuously developing and evaluating tour package regulation and policies. 1994 – 2005 Pierce Country Day School: Roslyan, L.I. New York, NY Professional Head Soccer Coach ??Trainer; ??Instructor & Club Teacher. ??Head of the Soccer Department. 2002 – 2003 Substitute Physical Education Teacher: New York, NY 1984 – 1986 U.S. International Tours, Inc: Millington, NJ Executive Vice President ??Designed, budgeted, and implemented travel programs to Egypt; ??Directed marketing, sales and advertising. ???Supervised sales staff. 1979 – 1984 Sphinx Tours, Inc: New York, NY Sales Manager ??Managed the promotion of tour packages to the Middle East; ??Designed and cost tour programs; ??Supervise sales staff, and tour specialist; ??Supervised the transportation, and reservations of hotels and Nile cruises; and ??Represented firm at trade shows, sales meetings, and seminars in the USA and Europe. ~ 4 ~ Zaki Tewfik 1978 – 1979 Sphinx Tours, Inc: Cairo, Egypt Tour Manager ??Met, assisted, and escorted individuals, and groups through their stay in Egypt; ??Reconfirmed hotels, Nile cruise, and domestic and international reservations; and ??Organized meetings, tours, seminars, and all necessary leisure and business activities. 1975 – 1978 Egyptian Police Forces: Cairo, Egypt Police Officer ??Dokki Police Percent; Giza State, Egypt. ??Special Army courses. JOB – RELATED HONORS and AWARDS Letters of Recommendation: ??Mr. Michael Alexander; New York City Children's Services. ??Gunnery Sergeant Matthew A. Knight. U.S. Marine Corps. ??Mr. David W.French; Special Agent, FBI. Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. ??Ms. Sebrena Minter; Mission Essential Personnel Linguist Site Manager. Aghanistan. ??CPT. Anthony J. Pritchett. Department of the Army, Headquarters; Ready First Combat Team at Camp Ramadi, Iraq. ???1LT Merle D. Hamilton, USAF. Personal Representative, BTIF: Detainee Assistance Center. (Letter of Appreciation and Recognitions). ??Aegis MEP, LLC. Columbus, OH, USA Letter of appreciation and gratitude. ??United States Marines Corps; Multinational Forces- West IRAQ. ??Mr. Michael C. Marks; Special Agent (NCIS). Criminal Investigation, Task Force – Afghanistan. ??Mr. Craig M. Donlon; Special Agent, FBI. Bagram, Afghanistan. ??Mr. Larry D. Savill; Special Agent, FBI. Bagram, Afghanistan. ??Ms. Nanette M. Gruch, SFC, MI. Senior Interrogator. Joint Interrogation Facility. Bagram, Afghanistan. ??Mr. Marc D. Peltier; Senior V.P. of Operations and Administration, MEP. ? Mr. Chris Miller; Linguist Site Manager, OEF-A ?Mr. Mark Thomas; Technical Recruiting Specialist Employee Relations. MEP Certificates of Appreciation: ??Certificate of Outstanding Services and Appreciation from the Task Force Deuce and the JIDI Mission. Signed by CSM Joseph W. Driscoll and LTC James A. Gordon (MI – Commanding Officer). ~ 5 ~ Zaki Tewfik Certificates of Appreciation: ??Honoring Certificate of Services and Commitment received from the 636th Military Intelligence Battalion and the Texas Army National Guard. Signed by ILT Lance C. Beal (MI). Joint Interrogation Facility (Officer in Charge). ??Certificate of Appreciation from the U.S. Army & U.S. Navy, at Bagram Theater Interment Facility. ??Certificate of Appreciation from the Supported Command. The 2/28th BCT “IRON BRIGADE” at Camp Ramadi, Iraq. ??Certificate of Appreciation received from Mr. Robert S. Mueller III. Director, F.B.I. ??Certificate of Exceptional Service from Mr. Ron Chaney, Theater Director, MEP, Bagram Air field, Afghanistan. ??Certificate of Appreciation from The Joint Interrogation Facility at Bagram Air field, Afghanistan. Additional Honors: ??Excellent Performance Evaluation: United States Marines Corps; Multinational Forces- West IRAQ 2007. ??Exemplary Performance Evaluation – OCONUS. Bagram, BTIF, JIF. Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan 2009. ??Ceremonial Flag Presentation and Certificate: JIF. Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. ??Unit Coin: The 2/28th BCT “IRON BRIGADE” at Camp Ramadi, Iraq. ??Unit Coin: FBI, Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. ??Challenge Coin: Mission Essential Personnel. ??Exemplary Performance Evaluation – OCONUS. Bagram, BTIF, JIF. Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan 2010. Language Skills Speak, read, and write both English and Arabic languages. Special Training - Certificate • Linguist Training Course. L3 Communications. March 03/06. •? Linguist Training Course. Mission Essential Personnel. April 11/08. •?DoD Information Assurance Awareness. Department of the Army. November 06/08. •?DoD Information Assurance Awareness. Department of the Army. December 10/09. •?Eight Hour: “On the Job” Training Course for Security Guards. •?Sixteen Hour: “On the Job” Training Course for Security Guards. (New York State) March 14 & 17, 2003. New York Security Training Services, 104-04 Liberty Avenue, Ozone Park, New York, NY 11417 Skills and Interests - Licenses •?New York State Security Guard License. •?First AID Certificate for Coaches, New York State – September 30, 2002. ~ 6 ~ Zaki Tewfik Skills and Interests - Licenses •?CPR Certificate for Coaches New York State - September 30,2002 •?Soccer Coaching License – January 20,1996 – Westchester Youth Soccer League •?Soccer Coaching License – April 05,1997 – American Youth Soccer Organization •?Computer (Windows XP, 2000, 2007), E-mail, and Internet. •?Highly motivated. •?Personally traveled to many countries (Business and Pleasure). •?Martial arts and physical fitness. •?Great organizational and management skills and experience. •?Lived in Egypt, New York, and Los Angeles. •?Degree – Police Academy. •?High School – Graduate. •?Titan Linguist Training Course. •MEPLinguist Training Course. 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New York, New York, United States
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