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Boss Marketing - Freelance Telemarketing & Lead Generation
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Boss Marketing has worked on several B2B and B2C campaigns in the past few years successfully doing telemarketing (inbound & outbound), setting qualified appointments and generating qualified leads in various fields in the industry. We currently have great agents who are looking for telemarketing, lead generation and appointment setting campaigns. We can offer up to 30 agents for any...
New South Wales, Australia

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Narimen Lassoued - Freelance Writing & Poem Writing
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I'm an executive in Algeria;i have a degree of Master in Marketing;i have a knowledge in translation language as far as english concerned,and i intend to move in to Canada(Brantford Brant)so any job will make the affair.
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Kim Parrish - Freelance Speech Writing & Market Research
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Kimberly Parrish 330 Bent Tree Drive, Prattville, AL 37076, (334) 399-8588, kparrish19633@gmail.com ________________________________________ EDUCATION ________________________________________ Troy University, Montgomery, AL March 2007-Present Political Science, Social Science GPA: 3.0 Expected May 2012 Concentration: American Political Science Coursework: • Contemporary American Foreign Policy • Intergovernmental Relations • Foundations Political Science • American National Government • World Politics • Political Theory • American Political Processes • State and Local Politics • Public Policy Making • International Relations • Gov. Legislative Branch • Gov. Executive Branch • International Conflict • Terrorism and Political Science • Social Science Theory • Minorities in US Social Culture • Family Relations Stanhope Elmore High School January 2001-May 2004 GPA: 3.34 Tomah High School August 2000 – January 2001 GPA: 3.32 SUMMARY ________________________________________ I’m extremely driven, detailed oriented individual with exceptional analytical skills, and a proven record of developing strategies. I am seeking a position at an established company in need of an individual with a desire to use critical thinking skills to provide solutions for different aspects of the company. OBJECTIVE ________________________________________ My objective is to obtain a position where I can utilize my professional skills. I want to secure a position with a company that concentrates on an overall development. To work for a company with my innovative personality would be ideal. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE ________________________________________ Feldmeier Equipment, Engineering Company Richard Angerhofer, (334) 286-8300 Client Services Analysis Intern January 2004 – August 2004 • Conducted multiple office tasks (i.e. filing, faxing, time clock) • Ensured compliance with standard operating procedures • Demonstrated the ability to plan, organize and prioritize • Generated analysis by researching databases to assess competitiveness • Increased publicity by successfully researching media outlets (i.e. magazines, blogs, newspapers) • Responded to any customer situations that were present • Utilized Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft XP, Microsoft Office, and Adobe to create materials for campaigns. Friendly Ford Lincoln Mercury, Dealership Company Jamie Bush, (334) 361-5033 Client Service Department Analysis August 2004 – May 2005 • Worked with costumers to fully satisfy their quality of customer service • Performed office duties (i.e. filing, faxing, data entry) • Developed time management strategies • Assisted clients with product issues by interfacing with management and independently addressed issues • Identified workplace rules and boundaries • Developed and adopted professional standards and attributes for the office • Understood the ability to write job descriptions, use calendars, and computer software • Wrote, edited, and managed online help and user manuals using Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft XP, and Adobe LEADERSHIP ________________________________________ Service League, Prattville, AL Community Volunteer November 2011 – Current • Participate in local fundraisers • Bridged relationships with the community for events and volunteer opportunities and increased awareness and membership • Raise money for Grants • Record meeting notes and retain correspondences • Participate in group activities to better the community Junior Civitan at Stanhope Elmore, Millbrook, AL Community Service Organization January 2001 – May 2004 • Undertook various service projects which benefit my local community • Increased awareness of children born with intellectual disabilities • Raised money for children with disabilities • Hosted events for people with intellectual disabilities • Operated independently of the organization, leaving them free to participate in whatever service they deemed appropriate Debate Team High School Debate August 2000 – January 2001 • Took park in debate and learned the art of persuasion • Researched topics, then participated and performed in regional debates • Gained confidence experiences when it comes to speaking in public • Oversaw club events for members to promote and maintain activity among students SKILLS & ACTIVITIES ________________________________________ • Skills: Mac/Windows, MS Office, MS Word, MS Excel, MS XP, Typing: 70 WPM, Customer Service, Internet Research, Organization • Activities: Concerts, Sports, City Council Meetings
Athens, Georgia, United States
Laura Crittenden - Freelance Editing & Writing
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Laura A. Crittenden, Ph.D. Education: Ph.D. Mississippi State University 2001 Higher Education Administration Minor: English M.A. Mississippi State University 1997 English B.A. University of Maryland 1992 English Minor: Psychology A.A. Germanna Community College 1989 General Studies Certificates: • Graduate, New & Aspiring Leaders (University & Professional Continuing Education Association), 2011 • Graduate, Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning (Penn State & SLOAN-C), 2009 Certification: • Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society Instructor of Phi Theta Kappa Leadership Development Studies, 2002 Teaching Experience: • Undergraduate Education (English) - Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, 1995-1999 • International Education (English as a Second Language) - Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, 2005 - 2009 • International Education (English as a Second Language) - World Education Center, Okinawa, Japan, 1992-1995 • Personal Enrichment (Creative Writing) - Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, 2007 • Dissertation Co-Chair (3 graduated) – Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, 2008-2011 • Thesis Committee Member (1 successfully proposed) – Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, 2010-present Administrative Experience: • Manager, Office of Academic Outreach, Division of Academic Outreach & Continuing Education, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi, 2002-2012 • Program Coordinator of Community College Studies, Department of Educational Leadership and Distance Learning Program Coordinator, Division of Academic Outreach & Continuing Education, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi, 2001-2002 • Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Educational Leadership, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi, 1999-2001 Career Details: 2002-2012 Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi MANAGER, OFFICE OF ACADEMIC OUTREACH Responsibilities include overall management of all distance learning program coordinators for the Division of Academic Outreach & Continuing Education and all academic credit courses, certifications, and degree programs throughout the university offered via distance and independent study (College and High School), establishment and development of distance learning and independent study academic programs and courses offered, development of partnerships with academic departments throughout the university, state, and region, expertise in institutional instructional hiring practices and instructional contracts, research and assessment of technological advancement needs for distance learning classrooms and programs, maintenance of a $10 million budget, participation in the development of resource management and offering of independent study, online instruction, and distance learning programs, preparation of reports for regional accreditation organizations, development and implementation of marketing plans, development of institution-wide academic outreach policy and procedures, expert in distance learning program assessment and adherence to regional accreditation agency (SACS) and federal education mandates, participation on institutional, state, and national committees, representation of the institution in terms of distance learning at national conferences, conduct scholarly research, publish, present at national conferences, and write and implement grants 2001-2002 Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi PROGRAM COORDINATOR OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDIES DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM COORDINATOR Responsibilities include development and coordination of the Doctor of Philosophy in Community College Leadership distance learning degree program and the Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program (MCCFP), co-coordination of the Educational Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP), coordination of the CCL program via distance in conjunction with the Division of Academic Outreach & Continuing Education, development of the Master of Arts in Teaching – Community College Instruction (MAT) distance learning program, graduate curricula development, preparation of instructional contracts, Doctoral Student Advisor and Admissions Administrator and Committee Member, Advisor and Committee Member of the MidSouth Partnership for Rural Community Colleges in collaboration with Alcorn State University, doctoral CCL students advisor, managing multiple grant budgets, specializing in departmental adherence to regional (SACS) and national (NCATE) accreditation organizations, participating as a Dissertation Committee Member, present at regional conferences, and write and implement multiple grants 1999-2001 Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT Responsibilities include coordination of the MidSouth Community College Fellowship Program (MCCFP), co-coordination of the Educational Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP), management of multiple budgets, write grants, statistician for the Community of Hope project, editor of all departmental paperwork and formal documents. 1999 Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR, DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH Responsibilities include teaching two summer developmental courses, development of the English Exit Examination, monitoring the Institution of Higher Learning (IHL) lab, creating and evaluating all English tests of proficiency 1998-1999 Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi INSTRUCTOR, FRESHMAN ENGLISH COMPOSITION Responsibilities include teaching Grammatical Instruction, English Composition I, English Composition II, and Accelerated English Composition II, participating in consecutive appointments to the Freshman Committee for the Provost's Standing Examination, counseling and advising students (200+), preparing course syllabi, daily lesson plans, tests, writing proficiency criteria, and course grades 1995-1998 Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT, FRESHMAN ENGLISH Responsibilities include teaching Grammatical Instruction, English Composition I, and English Composition II, providing instructional aid to the Director of Freshman English, re-developing English Composition requirements, preparing daily lesson plans, tests, and writing proficiency criteria, attending teaching workshops, participating in administrative grading duties 1992-1995 World Education Center, Okinawa, Japan INSTRUCTOR, ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Responsibilities include teaching pre-K-12, college students, adult conversation, and private tutorials, designing school and course curricula, creating courses, conducting oral and written examinations and proficiency policies, conducting student and parental counseling sessions, preparing quarterly grade reports, and implementing cultural exchange programs Grants (by year): • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2011 Distance Learning Program Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2010 Distance Learning Program Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2009 Distance Learning Program Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2008 Distance Learning Program Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2007 Distance Learning Program Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2006 Distance Learning Program Foundation • SLOAN Semester SLOAN Foundation $1,500.00 2005 • Simrall 106 IVN Room SMARTer Kids $4,600.00 2005 Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2005 Distance Learning Program Foundation • East Central BellSouth Foundation $32,000.00 2004 Partnership • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2004 Distance Learning Program Foundation • Elementary Education Tri-State Educational $9,000.00 2003 Distance Learning Program Foundation • East Central BellSouth Foundation $50,000.00 2002 Partnership • Mid-South Community Phil Hardin Foundation $42,000.00 2002 College Fellowship Program • Leadership Institute Head Start $40,000.00 2002 • Mid-South Community Lower Pearl River $12,500.00 2002 College Fellowship Valley Foundation Program • Mid-South Community Phil Hardin Foundation $43,000.00 2001 College Fellowship Program • Educational Policy Phil Hardin Foundation $11,000.00 2001 Fellowship Program • Educational Policy Lower Pearl River $11,600.00 2001 Fellowship Program Valley Foundation • Mid-South Community Lower Pearl River $12,500.00 2001 College Fellowship Valley Foundation Program • The Mid-South Ford Foundation $250,000.00 2001 Partnership for (3-year) Rural Community Colleges • Vocational Teacher Mississippi Department $513,802.00 2002 Licensure Program of Education (6-year) • Vocational Rehabilitation Mississippi Department $159,671.25 2000 Program by Distance of Rehabilitation Services (3-year) • Mid-South Community Phil Hardin Foundation $43,000.00 2000 College Fellowship • Educational Policy Head Start $50,000.00 2000 Fellowship Program Professional Activities: Community College Activities - • Dissertation Committee Member & Co-Chair (multiple) • Co-Author, Community College Leadership Doctoral Program • Co-Author, Master of Arts – Community College Instruction • Implemented the Community College Leadership Doctoral Degree for the State of Kentucky • Organized and Facilitated Community College Leadership Doctoral Program’s Comprehensive Examination • Created Guidelines for Community College Leadership Doctoral Program’s Comprehensive Examination • Advisory Board Member, the Mid-South Partnership for Rural Community Colleges • Grant Writing Committee Member, the Mid-South Partnership for Rural Community Colleges • Budget Manager, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program Accreditation Activities – • Purchased SLOAN-C CollegePass Professional Development Workshops for Online Faculty & Staff • Registered University as a SLOAN-C Institutional Member for Access to Online Faculty & Student Resources & Networking Opportunities • Southern Association of Colleges & Schools (SACS) Accreditation Specialist & Institutional Representative for Distance Learning • National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Specialist (College of Education) • Developed and Manage Distance Learning Faculty Support & Services Survey (SACS) • Developed and Manage Distance Learning Student Support & Services Survey (SACS) • Developed and Managed Distance Learning Student Online Focus Group Questionnaire (SACS) • Present SACS Executive Summaries to Institutional Administration • Co-Developed Content for Online Faculty Training Program (SACS) • Assisted in the Institutional Development of Contact Hours Translation for all Online Courses (SACS) • Gained Full Accessibility Compliance for all Courses & Web Sites (SACS) • Member, College of Education’s Teacher Education Council (NCATE) • External Advisory Council, Department of Instructional Systems & Workforce Development (NCATE) • Restructured Faculty Instructional & Developmental Contract Process (SACS) • Member, ScanTron System Implementation & Creation Committee of New Institution-Wide Faculty Evaluation for Online Classes (SACS) • Oversee Instructional and Developmental Contracts for HRM Compliance (SACS) • Established Institutional Distance Learning Revenue Share Model (SACS) • Member, Distance Learning Advisory Committee to the Commissioner of the Institutions of Higher Learning (SACS) • Produced Institute of Higher Learning Report on Online Enrollment and Credit Hours Produced (SACS) Institutional Advancement Activities - • Developed new Marketing Request System and Overhauled Office • Built New Interactive Video Classrooms (2) • Consultant to the Director, Mississippi State University’s Division of Academic Outreach & Continuing Education Internal Reorganization • Streamlined Academic Outreach Course and Instructor Databases • Implemented the SLOAN Semester for Displaced Hurricane Katrina Students • Negotiated, Developed, and Implemented Internal and External Programmatic Memorandums of Understanding • Assessed and Recommended New Salary and Title Structures for the Unit • Won Exemplary Program International Award from LERN for the Elementary Education Distance Learning Program • Partner in University Purchase of WIMBA • Created and Implemented Marketing Plan for Academic Programs • Increased Program and Course Offerings via Distance at an Annual Growth Rate of 13% • Developer, Developmental English Exit Examination Development & Service Activities - • Participated in the Center for Teaching & Learning’s Boot Camp Program • Participated in Day One Leadership Program • Completed, Northeast Mississippi's Community Relations Association's Management Seminar, East Mississippi Community College • Freshman Mentor, Mississippi State University • Chair, Outstanding Service Graduate Assistant Award Selection Committee • Member, Starkville Arts Council • Co-Chair, Starkville Arts Council Talent Show • Successive Appointments, Freshman Committee for the Provost's Advanced Standing Examination • Evaluation Researcher, Bedford/St. Martin's Press • Evaluator, Phi Kappa Delta Essay Scholarship Awards • Lifetime member, Mississippi State University Alumni Association • Lifetime member, University of Maryland Alumni Association, 1992-present • Lifetime member, Zeta Tau Alpha Alumni Association, 1990-present Professional Skills: • Experienced in Marketing Degree Programs and Student Recruitment • Proficient in Developing and Conducting Market Analyses, Business and Strategic Plans • Authority in Traditional and Distance Program Development and Implementation • Experienced in Admissions, Registration, and Student Advising Policy and Procedures • Great Ability to Network and Partner with other Departments, Four and Two-Year Colleges, and Educational Institutions • Vast Expertise in Developing, Maintaining, and Managing University Budgets and Payroll Procedures • Specialist in Distance Learning Policies and Procedures, including Curricula and Accreditation Regulations • Thorough Understanding of Institutional Budget Policies and Procedures • Expert in Guidelines for Dissertations and Theses • Extensive Knowledge of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning Classrooms • Command of Assessing Traditional, Adult, and Distance Learner Needs • Incorporation of Technology in the Classroom • Development and Design of School and Course Curricula • Excellent Written and Oral Communication Publications (by year): • Roberts, J., Crittenden, L., & Crittenden, J. (2011). Students with disabilities & online learning: A cross institutional study of perceived satisfaction with accessibility compliance & services. The Internet and Higher Education, 14 137-200. doi: 10.1016/j.iheduc.2011.05.004 • Stumpf, D., Holt, D. Crittenden, L., & Davis, E. Forthcoming. The order of things: Ethical foundations for community college leaders. Community College Journal of Research and Practice. • Crittenden, L. A. (2011, Spring). Educating tomorrow’s leaders today. SEEN, 13.1, 50-51. • Crittenden, J., Monroy, C., Crittenden, L. & Roberts, J. (2009). Supporting Distance Learning and Continuing Education Programs: A Case Study in the Design and Development of Information Technology. In G. Siemens & C. Fulford (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2009 (pp. 1218-1226). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. • Roberts, J., Crittenden, L. & Crittenden, J. (2009). Students with Disabilities & Online Learning: A National Study of Enrollment & Perceived Satisfaction with Institutional Accessibility Compliance & Services. In G. Siemens & C. Fulford (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2009 (pp. 4419-4422). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. • Roberts, J. & Crittenden, L. (2009). Accessible distance education 101. Research in Higher Education Journal, 4, 55-66. • Crittenden L. A. (2009, Winter). Mississippi State University’s elementary education program: Poised to meet the needs of a global population. SEEN, 11.3, 66. • Roberts, J. B., Crittenden, L. A., Hollingshed, M. M., & Craven, T. (2007). Accessible Distance Education 101. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, USA, pp. 6778-6791. • Lovell, N., Crittenden, L., Stumpf, D., & Davis, M. (2003). The road less traveled: Atypical doctoral preparation of leaders in rural community colleges. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 27, 1-14. doi: 10.1080/10668920390128636 • Lovell, N. B., Alexander, M. L., & Kirkpatrick, L. A. (2002). Minority faculty at community colleges. Fastback 490. Indiana: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation. • Kirkpatrick, L. (2001). Faculty diversity: A multicultural strategy for community colleges, ERIC Digest, 1-6. Reviews (by year): • Presentation Proposal Reviewer, SLOAN-C International Conference on Online Learning, 2011 • Textbook Reviewer, The Right Tools for the Right Job: Building Communication Skills, 2001 • Textbook Reviewer, Policy Studies for Educational Leaders, 2000 • Student Evaluation Reviewer, Bedford/St. Martin's Press, 1998 Dissertations & Theses Committees (by year): • Wilson, V. B. (2010). Examining the moral reasoning and ethical decision making among community college vice presidents and presidents in Mississippi. (Doctoral dissertation). • Edwards, D.L. (2011). The relationship between first generation students’ grade point averages and social and academic integration. (Doctoral dissertation). • Roberts, J. (2011). Distance education in natural resources: A national study of inhibitors and motivators for participation in distance education programs. (Doctoral dissertation). • Swann, T. (2011). Effects of an online orientation course for undergraduate students participating in online courses. (Unpublished thesis). Mississippi State University, Starkville. Professional Workshops, Presentations, and Seminars Conducted (by year): • Pennsylvania State University System, National Distance Learning Virtual Discussion, Online via WIMBA, 2011 • University Professional & Continuing Education Association International Conference, Gateways to Success for Diverse Learners, Toronto, Ontario, April 2011 • SLOAN-C International Conference, Students with Disabilities & Online Learning: A Cross-Institutional Study of Perceived Satisfaction with Institutional Accessibility Compliance & Services, Orlando, FL, 2010 • SLOAN-C International Conference, Online Cheating Defined: What is Academically Dishonest Behavior, Virtually Speaking?, Orlando, FL, 2009 • National Outreach Scholarship Conference, Developing Effective and All-Inclusive Policies & Procedures for Distance Education, Madison, WI, 2009 • Association for the Advancement for Computing in Education International Conference, Supporting Distance Learning and Continuing Education Programs: A Case Study in the Design and Development of Information Technology, Oahu, HI, 2009 • Association for the Advancement for Computing in Education International Conference, Students with Disabilities & Online Learning: A National Study of Enrollment & Perceived Satisfaction with Institutional Accessibility Compliance & Services, Oahu, HI, 2009 • Association of Continuing Higher Education Region 7 Annual Conference, Restructuring Academic Outreach & Continuing Education for Future Growth, Athens, GA, 2007 • International Conference on Teaching & Leadership Excellence Conference, Restructuring Academic Outreach & Continuing Education for Future Growth, Austin, TX, 2007 • Elementary Education Distance Learning Program Orientation, Northeast Mississippi Community College, Decatur, MS, 2007 • Outreach & Scholarship Conference, Finding the Perfect Match: Linking Program Design to Population Needs, Madison, WI, 2007 • Outreach & Scholarship Conference, Developing a Comprehensive Outreach Structure within a University Poster, Madison, WI, 2007 • Outreach & Scholarship Conference, Providing Science Content to K-12 Teachers via Distance Learning Poster, Madison, WI, 2007 • Creating Futures Through Technology Conference, Harvesting Outreach & Engagement: Developing Effective Partnerships at the Grand Casino, Tunica, Mississippi, 2006 • Mississippi State University’s Faculty Senate Roundtable, Graduate Education: Problems and Perspectives, Plymouth Bluff, Mississippi, 2006 • Center of Higher Learning, Engineering and MBA Distance Learning Programs at the Stennis Space Center, Mississippi, 2006 • Creating Futures Through Technology Conference, Using Innovative Technology to Enhance the Online Learning Environment at the Beau Rivage, Biloxi, Mississippi, 2005 • Mississippi State University’s Information Technology Services, Institution-Wide Online Evaluation System, Mississippi State University, Mississippi, 2005 • Mississippi State University’s Faculty Senate Roundtable, Distance Learning at Mississippi State University, Plymouth Bluff, Mississippi, 2005 • Creating Futures Through Technology Annual Conference, Innovative Use of Technology at Mississippi State University, at the Beau Rivage, Biloxi, Mississippi, 2005 • Creating Futures Through Technology Annual Conference, MS e-Campus at the Beau Rivage, Biloxi, Mississippi, 2004 • Creating Futures Through Technology Annual Conference, Improving the Online Learning Environment at the Beau Rivage, Biloxi, Mississippi, 2004 • Division of Continuing Education Student Training Workshop, Credit Studies Unit Student Worker and Graduate Assistant Policies and Procedures, 2004 • Phi Delta Kappa International, Fastback Author Seminar on Distance Education and Teacher Education, A Distance Success Story at Mississippi State University, Mississippi State University, 2003 • Southeastern Association for Community College Research’s 31st Annual Conference, The MidSouth Community Fellowship Program: Results of a Comprehensive Survey, The Majestic Hotel, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 2002 • Southeastern Association of Community College Research’s 31st Annual Conference, Recruiting Minority Faculty Members at Community Colleges, The Majestic Hotel, Hot Springs, Arkansas, 2002 • Student Orientation, Doctor of Philosophy in Community College Leadership at Mississippi State University, 2002 • Team Building Seminar, East Mississippi Community College, 2002 • Who Moved My Cheese: Effective Methods of Dealing with Change, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program’s Annual Winter Conference at Eagle Ridge Conference Center, 2002 • Who Moved My Cheese: Effective Methods of Dealing with Change, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program’s Leadership Retreat at Lake Tiak O’Khata, 2002 • Planning for Change: Using Problem-Based Learning as a Tool for Improving Economic and Community Development at Community Colleges, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program’s Leadership Retreat at Lake Tiak O’Khata, 2002 • Situational Leadership, Head Start Leadership Institute in Jackson, Mississippi, 2001 • Who Moved My Cheese: Effective Methods of Dealing with Change, Lamplighters Association at Mississippi Delta Community College, 2001 • Situational Leadership, Educational Policy Fellowship Program at Whispering Woods Conference Center, 2001 • Who Moved My Cheese: Effective Methods of Dealing with Change, Educational Policy Fellowship Program at Whispering Woods Conference Center, 2001 • Planning for Change: Using Problem-Based Learning as a Tool for Improving Economic and Community Development at Community Colleges, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program’s Leadership Retreat at Lake Tiak O’Khata, 2001 • Who Moved My Cheese: Effective Methods of Dealing with Change, Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program’s Leadership Retreat at Lake Tiak O’Khata, 2000-2001 Professional Memberships & Honors: • University Professional & Continuing Education Association’s Committee, Recruit & Retain Southern Regional Members, 2011 • Presidential Selection, Compliance Certification Team for SACS Reaffirmation of Accreditation, 2011 • Presidential Standing Committee, Institutional Effectiveness Committee, 2009 - present • Pennsylvania State University Outstanding Online Leadership Institute Selection, 2009 • Secretary, IHL Advisory Council on Distance Learning & Academic Outreach, 2008 - 2009 • Vice President, Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, 2007 • President, IHL Advisory Council on Distance Learning & Academic Outreach, 2006 - 2007 • Nominated, Outstanding Women of the Year, President's Council on the Status of Women, 2006 • Marquis Who’s Who in America, 2005 • Member, SLOAN-C Foundation 2005 - present • International LERN Award, Exemplary Program, Elementary Education Distance Learning Program, 2003 • Member, ACHE, 2002 – present • Member, LERN, 2002 – present • Superior Annual Performance Review, 2001 - present • Member, Phi Delta Kappa International Honor Society, 2000-present • Member, Alpha Theta Chi Honor Society, 2000-present • Nominated for Research Assistant of the Year, 2000 • Awarded Outstanding Female Graduate Student Scholarship, 1999 • Vice President, Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society, 1998 • National Collegiate Honor Society, 1989 • Who's Who Among American College Students, 1989 • Who's Who Among American High School Students, 1986 • Governor's Leadership Award, 1986 References: Bruce N. Chaloux, PhD Director, Student Access Programs and Services and the Electronic Campus Southern Regional Education Board 404.875.9211, ext 240 bruce.chaloux@sreb.org or chaloux@mindspring.com Mitzy Johnson Associate Director, Office of Institutional Effectiveness & Research Mississippi State University 662.325.6318 mitzy.johnson@msstate.edu Marian Montgomery Coordinator, Office of Academic Outreach Mississippi State University 662.325.8029 mmontgomery@aoce.msstate.edu
Leesburg, Virginia, United States
Arianne Margaret Echols - Freelance Graphic Design & 3D Graphic Design
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Arianne Echols Portfolio: http://arianneechols.daportfolio.com EXPERIENCE Throughout the past few years of my life out of highschool and in college, I have participated and been part of many groups, sports, activities, and grown thoroughly as a person and a designer. I am very experienced in Adobe Photoshop(also RAW and Lightroom), Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Print, and all of the Microsoft programs. I have some experience in Flash and 3D modeling(such as Google Sketch-up and Blender). I catch on to programs very quickly, and thoroughly love it every step of the way. EDUCATION Evergreen Lutheran High School 2021 S 260th St, Des Moines, Washington 98198 9/2006-6/2010 GPA: 3.1 Highline Community College 2400 S. 240th St ~ Des Moines, WA 98198 9/2009-present GPA:3.2 COLLEGE I often find myself searching the web pursuing a full understanding of everything graphic design related and what really catches the public’s eye. Next I find myself on the computer for hours on the adobe suite creating exactly what I imagine, every detail in place, with a clear message presented through much practiced technique and talent. I am president of the Graphic Design Club at Highline Community College. Every Friday I lead the Graphic Design meeting, talking about how to provide people with inspiration, how to enhance personal style, create innovative design, and make a career doing something they love. I have a very organized and fun agenda every week. I am also part of the Illustration Club, and Photoshop club. I also attend school as a full-time student and find myself teaching people how to use the adobe suite, while winning graphic competitions and working on extra-print related projects with the instructors. I have made some of my own clothing and I love painting and photography. I have a couple portfolio sites online and I take portrait photography for people regularly.. I have a variety of interests, I like to be busy, I take action on my own. INTERESTS For over two years I have led music ministries and worked with several teams of musicians to put together songs at Highlands Communty Church by singing and playing keyboard for children’s ministries and adult ministries. This has helped build my confidence speaking and performing in front of people, putting together engaging power points, creative graphics, working with and leading a team, as well as understanding how different people think. -I have taken 8 years of piano lessons and have been playing regularly for over 14 years. I recently taught myself guitar. I have quite a passion for music. This has taught me perseverance, organization, patience and teaching skills.
Seattle, Washington, United States
Paul H Bailey - Freelance Creative Writing & Fiction Writing
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Over the years I have developed a great deal of passion and talent for writing, enhanced by a very artistic family base, scholastic and personal reading experiences, and guided and further refined by many excellent teachers. My strong point lies in creative and fictional writing, though I am also adept with writing essays, reports, interviews, and the like. I am also a very attentive reader and have a knack for enhancing, editing, and proofreading existing literature. Through much personal reading and interaction with others more learned than myself, I have developed a very strong, wide, and versatile vocabulary that enables me to consistently employ use of the right word for the right effect and impact. I am an amateur writer, and lack related diplomas or degrees, but can deliver a rare level of quality for a wide variety of uses.
San Diego, California, United States
lorraine Hobbs Williams - Freelance Biography Writing & Editing
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Lorraine D. Hobbs Williams 685 Wellington Drive Evans, GA 30809. ldhwilliams@yahoo.com 706-925-8537 Objective: Objective: To obtain a challenging position conductive to my education, skills and creative talents and to contribute to the organization and the community. Educational Background: Alcorn State University, Lorman, MS Graduation Date: July 2003 Major: Masters of Arts in Teaching Alcorn State University, Lorman, MS Graduation Date: May 1997 Major: Educational Psychology Mississippi Teaching Certification – 4th - 8th Grade Elementary Education K-12th Grade English George P. Butler Comp. High: Augusta, GA Graduation Date: June 1990 College Preparatory Curriculum Employment History: Vicksburg- Warren County School District Teacher 1500 Mission 66 August 2006 - May 2013 Vicksburg, Ms 39180 (601) 638-5122 * Maintain and instruct classes in Elementary Education courses according to state guidelines. * Implements instructional activities that contribute to a climate where students are actively engaged in meaningful learning experiences. * Identifies, selects, and modifies instructional resources to meet the needs of the students with varying backgrounds, learning styles, and special needs. * Maintains effective and efficient record keeping procedures. * Provides a positive environment in which students are encouraged to be actively engaged in the learning process. * Communicates effectively, both orally and in writing, with students, parents, and other professionals on a regular basis. *Collaborates with peers to enhance the instructional environment. * Models professional and ethical standards when dealing with students, parents, peers, and community. * Ensures that student growth and achievement is continuous and appropriate for age group, subject area, and/or program classification. Alcorn State University – Writing Project Teacher Consultant 1000 ASU Dr. May 2003- Present Alcorn State, MS 39069 601-786-3690 *Aid Director in conducting a summer program that teaches teachers to teach writing and builds the abilities of those teachers that have some skills. *Conduct short term and long term seminars on writing and writing strategies. Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Center Residence Manager Chemical Dependence Center May 2007 – October 2007 3442 Wisconsin Ave. (601) 634-0181 Vicksburg, MS 39180 *Manage the day-to-day life of residence in the chemical dependency center * Check in and monitor residence * Disciplinary Corrections * Filing, typing and various paperwork * Counsel individuals and provide group guidance services * Assist individuals to understand and overcome social and emotional problems Jefferson County Middle School Language Arts Teacher 1493 N Main August 2000 - May 2006 Fayette, MS 39069 (601) 786 –3900 * Maintain and instruct classes in reading, writing, spelling, oral presentation, and language arts according to state guidelines. * Supervise students in a classroom setting and facilitate a supportive environment in which children can learn and practice appropriate and acceptable individual and group behaviors. * Interact with parents; maintains an open and cooperative line of communication. * To develop students ability to perform at grade level or above. * To provide activities and opportunities that encourages curiosity, exploration, and problem solving skills for different developmental levels and learning styles. * To develop and maintain a system for recording observations of the students abilities. * Organizing student files and assessing student progress. * Model skills and provides feedback that aids in focusing students towards learning * Administers tests to evaluate pupil progress, records results, and issues reports to inform parents of progress. Alcorn State University Violence Prevention Agent Cooperative Extension April 1998 - October 1999 1000 ASU Dr. # 479 (601) 877-6125 Lorman, MS 39096 * Develop a curriculum that would enhance conflict resolution, communication, and decision-making skills among participants. * Implement classes with participants ages 14-18 in an in school, after-school, or weekend basis culminating with a three week summer academy. * Recruit the involvement of parents and the community in "workshops" that will equip them with strategies for better handling the problems that occur with violence and it prevention. * Prepares courses of study and training materials designed to aid in rehabilitation process. * Conducts followup studies to evaluate effectiveness of academic and social training programs. * Correlates educational programs with recreation program and other activities of institution and with the summer academy. Green Thumb, Inc. Assessment Specialist/ Job Readiness Trainer 164 East Franklin St. October 1997- January 1998 Natchez, MS 39121 (601) 446-6723 * Prepare Welfare recipients for employment by teaching Job-readiness and Basic Life Skills in a Cooperative Environment. * Administer TABE tests to groups of up to 40 participants. * Train and assist with completing employment applications, resumes, cover letters, and follow-up letters. * Conduct mock interviews, type reports, and organize files on each participant. * Assisting recipients in selecting place of employment, and counseling recipient in adjustment and social problems. Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Center Intern Counselor Chemical Dependence Center January 1997- April 1997 3442 Wisconsin Ave. (601) 634-0181 Vicksburg, MS 39180 * Disciplinary Corrections * Filing, typing and various paperwork * Counsel individuals and provide group guidance services * Assist individuals to understand and overcome social and emotional problems * Teach classes in drug awareness and resistance Alcorn State University Student Aide Education Department March 1995- May 1995 1000 ASU Dr. (601) 877-6200 Lorman, MS 39180 * Typing, filing, keeping grades, data entry * Computer Lab Aide * Keeps attendance records * Aid with computer difficulties JTPA Job Training/Census Taker Green St. March 1992- 5 Weeks Augusta, GA 30901 * Acquired skills in word perfect, resume' writing, interviewing, and interactive skills. * Collected, organized, and analyzed data collected from the state. * Assisted individuals in skills training towards job placement. Organizations and Honors: Alcorn Writing Project, Writer’s Society, Psychology Club, Interfaith Choir, Concert Choir, Poetry Club, Eastern Star, Dean's List, Who's Who Among American College Students. Personal Qualities: I am an energetic, ambitious, thorough worker with creative skills that I want to put to use for the betterment of my community and to aide the company for which I work. I have basic skills in sign language and Spanish that may be very useful in the future. I listen well, am very understanding and stay calm when faced with a stressful situation. I get the job done with little or no supervision, am well-organized and enthusiastic in my endeavors. I am continuously striving for improvement and have very strong management and teamwork skills. With my knowledge, experience, and commitment to succeed, I am confident that I would contribute greatly to the growth of your company and will enrich those around me. REFERENCES Mrs. Shirley Cruel Mrs. Veronica Jefferies Director Alcorn Writing Project Co-Teacher 1535 Old Hwy.61 Rd. 313 Cain Ridge Rd. Fayette, MS 39069 Vicksburg, MS 39180 (601) 786-3690 (601) 218-6849 Mrs. Joyce Dunbar Mrs. Diane Warfield Mentor Teacher Billing Specialist P.O. Box 990 502 Longview St. Fayette, MS 39069 Vicksburg, MS 39180 (601) 786-3009 (262)705-6527 Alicia Carson Julia Hood Fellow Teacher Lead Teacher 5050 Chichester Rd. Vicksburg, MS 39180 Edwards, MS 39066 (601) 529-4172 (601)529-3657
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Clare Lane - Freelance Writing & Proofreading
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I have a BSc Hons (1st Class) in Biology, an ONC and HNC in Microbiology, and I also hold a Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy. For twenty years, I worked as a biological research scientist at Pfizer, UK. I supervised a team of experimental scientists, working to deadlines, researching and developing new ideas and producing high quality data. I have supervisory, time management and report writing skills, paying close attention to detail in practical and written work. Reports produced were always concise, accurate and well written. These were often for regulatory submission as well as internal circulation. I was often involved in staff recruitment and appraisel, using strong interviewing and communication skills. Four years ago, I retrained as a clinical hypnotherapist. A high degree of autonomy and self-discipline was once again required to complete this, involving researching and writing many assignments alongside the necessary practical content. I practise this on a very part time basis, so am available for other work as necessary. I have a strong grasp of the English Language and have read widely. For example, I am a Governor at my local primary school and liaise closely with the Chair of Governors and the senior leadership team. I often proofread policies and reports before they are approved. I use my own initiative, allowing me to work and problem solve independently. I understand the importance of accuracy in the written word and the necessity for producing work to deadlines, without forfeiting this attention to detail. I am organised and efficient, and believe I have already displayed the necessary skills in my working career. I multi-task well but always concentrate fully on the task in hand.
Broadstairs, Kent, United Kingdom
Joann Anderson - Freelance Nature Illustration & Sculpting
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I am a Graphic Designer from the old era, I draw and am new to the computer design programs, but I am learning and that was only in 1991, they came after my study time. So I use alot of the old methods such as drawing from scratch and then using the design programs to strengthen my desgins and make them crisp and clean. I am making a site at the moment for my designs which will try and be ready by early November.
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Nancy Franklin - Freelance Business Management & Project Management
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BS in Management of System Engineering; PMP Certified, Member of Society of Compliance & Ethics. I have a passion for helping companies achieve objectives/goals with a proven track record. Experienced Global Program and Operation Manager with demonstrated results in leading teams to achieve business objective across the globe. Proven team builder with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with ability to motivate people to meet goals and objectives. Management of cost, resource and schedule of organizations and global initiatives. PMP and Lean Six Sigma skills along with audit leadership and policy governance proficiencies. Culturally sensitive and internationally traveled for management of programs and projects spanning North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia regions Accomplishments: •Established and managed an internal audit process to examine and identify early detection of noncompliance practices across three regions (Americas, Europe and Asia). The assessment program improvement the business internal audit results by 70% over the previous audit. •Reduced lease variance write offs from $12M in 2009 to $3M in 2011 across the globe. •Restructured the business metrics and established structure for ongoing monitoring to ensure prompt action can be taken when margins are not met. •Managed a global team of six project managers that would complete on average of 70 annual remediation projects. •Creation and delivery of compliance education to over 400 individuals across functions within the three regions. •Established monthly and quarterly meetings with management, peers and stakeholders across regions on status of compliance initiatives, goals and plan of record Education: University of San Francisco Bachelor of Science, MIS
San Jose, California, United States