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Kyle Petan - Freelance Comedy Writing & Music Production
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Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

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Glenn Kimmell - Freelance Ad Design & Graphic Design
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Tony Franco - Freelance Blog Writing & Writing
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Since March of 2010 I have maintained and been the sole writer for a blog that highlights the partisanship shown by our elected officials and then points out how the lack of bipartisanship impedes any progress that government can make. The site’s URL is www.bipartisanshipnow.org. The tone is for the most part non-partisan and aims to serve as a “call to action” to inspire others to increase the level of bipartisanship. It also offers insight into how our officials can better work together to advance the interests of the American People.
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I am a recent graduate of Reeves College in their Graphic Design program and am looking to freelance. I'm currently doing my practicum with Metro News in Calgary and have had ads printed in their paper. I enjoy doing mostly illustration, layout, and web design. Some of my illustration work i do is logo design, business cards, or straight illustrations. Check out my online portfolio at www.behance.net/shaun_trethewey
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Antar Eid Mohamed Hassan - Freelance Arabic Translation & Legal Translation
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Dear sir/madam, Greetings to you My name is Antar Eid Mohamed Hassan I am able to translate any text from English to Arabic and vice versa such as ( literary texts , commercial, news reports, legal ,journalistic and scientific texts).Legal translation , now is my only groove due to my permanent work with a legal trustee in Egypt in Hurghada . Working with such company for more than five years has given me a good experience of translating different kinds of legal documents .I’d like to inform you that I - up till now- still work for the above-mentioned company on line as freelancer translator. In addition to my basic work as a teacher and trainer of English .Also I have a good command of French. For the moment I live in Egypt knowing that I can easily come to anywhere if you send me necessary documents and travel tickets. it will be great if I get offer from your prestigious company soon please do not hesitate to call me at anytime best regards Antar Hassan
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Leslie Bachman - Freelance Editing & Newsletter Writing
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LESLIE BACHMAN OBJECTIVE Accomplished, highly skilled, results-oriented Editor seeks to contribute extensive publishing expertise to help company grow and meet long-term goals. EXPERIENCE Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA (2003-2011) Senior Editor, Criminal Justice Abstracts, a professional journal prepared in cooperation with Rutgers University Law Library • Wrote and proofread in-depth summaries of nonfiction books, domestic and international journal articles, government reports, and policy papers dealing with criminology, courts and the legal system, education, the social and behavioral sciences, and health care. Criminal Justice Press, a division of Willow Tree Press, Inc., Monsey, NY (1993-2003) Senior Editor • Created style sheets. • Edited journal articles, nonfiction books, and other reference materials. • Wrote and proofread synopses of previously published • Edited and proofread galleys. National Association of Social Workers, Inc., New York, NY (1989-1993) Editor • Developed User’s Guide to operation of journal databases. • Edited articles for the Encyclopedia of Social Work, 18th ed., and the journals Social Work and Health and Social Work. • Wrote reviews of journal articles, books, dissertations, and other documents for the journal Social Work Research and Abstracts. • Supervised editorial support staff and managed relations with outside vendors. • Proofread galleys and page proofs. • Compiled quarterly author and subject indexes. Deloitte, Haskins & Sells, New York, NY (1987-1989) Assistant Editor • Edited and proofread course materials for continuing education department of multinational accounting firm. • Advised and consulted with authors in the preparation of manuscripts for publication. • Reviewed work of freelance editors and proofreaders. • Supervised support staff. • Acted as liaison with printing suppliers. SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Edited the following non-fiction books and anthologies: • Luby, Barry J. The Uncertainties in 20th- and 21st Century Thought: Miguel de Unamuno the Precursor. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, LinguaText, Ltd. • Lynch, Michael J. and W. Byron Groves. A Primer in Radical Criminology 2d ed. New York, NY: Harrow and Heston. • Armstrong, Troy L., ed. Intensive Interventions with High-Risk Youths: Promising Approaches in Juvenile Probation and Parole. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press. • Albanese, Jay, ed. Contemporary Issues in Organized Crime. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press. • Umbreit, Mark S. Victim Meets Offender. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press. • Clarke, Ronald V., ed. Crime Prevention Studies. Vol. 1-3. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press. COMPUTER SKILLS Microsoft Word, Excel EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, City College of the City University of New York
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F. Michael Short - Freelance Article Writing & Journalistic Photography
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I am a long-time professional journalist working for both print and online media. My experience includes two decades of reporting, editing, photography and virtually every other aspect of the journalism and writing industries. F. Michael Short 302-645-7327 or 302-382-3547 michaelshort1@verizon.net Education: Bachelor's Degree from the University of Delaware in 1982. My degree is in English with a concentration in journalism. Experience: A. Worked as a reporter and photographer for various publications and websites from 2009 until now, particularly the Coastal Sussex Morning News and schoolnite.net. This was primarily freelance work and much of it was for online media. I also did some website and corporate editing for Hook PR Group. B. Served as news editor of the Sussex Post Newspaper from November, 2006 until May, 2009. I lost my job because of a company downsizing and cutbacks by Independent Newspapers Inc. My duties included reporting, editing, photography, posting stories, pagination, writing a weekly column and compiling the weekly news budget. In short, I did almost everything except sports and submitted press releases. C. Worked as a cashier at Lowe's from 2004 until 2006. D. Served as a news editor and senior reporter at the Cape Gazette from 1995 until 2002. E. Reporter and photographer at the Whale and Daily Whale Newspapers from 1983 until 1995. Community interests: I currently serve on the Board of Directors for the Friends of Prime Hook U.S. Wildlife Refuge. My wife and I ran the youth group at St. Jude the Apostle Catholic Church in Lewes for six years until January, 2009. We began the youth program and ran it successfully for that six year period, including a yearly food fast and collection for Catholic Relief Services that raised over $6,000 in a four-year period. I served for four years on the Board of Directors for the Possum Point Players. During this time, I also served on the committee responsible for a major renovation to the Possum Point Players Theater. Skills: I am skilled at almost every facet of the journalism and writing industry and would bring 20 plus years of experience to any job in that field. I have won a number of awards for my work and am well known in Delaware for my skill and objectivity. As the news editor of the Sussex Post, I had to be, to a large extent, the "face" of the newspaper. By that, I mean that I had to be in the community meeting people and representing the newspaper. I had to be polite, professional and friendly in order to reflect well on the newspaper and on my profession. I worked from home on most days and came very close to being a "one man shop." That meant I had to be the definition of an organized "self-starter" who could balance time, multi-task and stay on top of numerous issues and responsibilities while still meeting a weekly deadline. I had to balance time and deadlines while compiling news budgets, writing, editing, taking photographs, posting stories, building pages and completing virtually every facet of a newspaper with an absolute deadline. To say I had to do multiple projects at the same time would be an understatement. In addition to my writing, editing and photography, I had to develop and learn to use a variety of computer systems. Working from home with little technical support meant that I was primarily responsible for my own computer maintenance and "trouble shooting". In addition to my work in journalism, I feel that my community interests have helped to make me a valuable potential employee. As youth group leaders, my wife and I had to deal with students, parents, parish and diocese leaders. We developed a youth group program, built support, raised awareness and were involved in every facet of the group's administration. As leaders, we consistently tried to teach our students the importance of giving back to the community and helping those less fortunate than themselves. Among our greatest accomplishments were yearly food fasts which raised more than $6,000 during a four year period, all of which was donated to Catholic Relief Services. We take great pride in feeling that we helped young people to grow and we count ourselves fortunate to have had that opportunity. Although it sounds like a cliche, we learned as much from them as they did from us. My work on the Friends of Prime Hook Wildlife Refuge also has many facets. The Friends group serves as a supporting organization for the refuge. I am currently taking the lead role in the annual photography contest which attracts hundreds of entries each fall. I also worked diligently in an effort to maintain our status as an independent refuge instead of becoming a satellite refuge. This involved drafting and writing a letter on behalf of the entire group to our Congressional delegation and state leaders. I also served for four years on the Board of Directors for the Possum Point Players Theater group. Part of that time was spent on the building committee, which oversaw a nearly three-quarter million dollar expansion and renovation to the building. I have always worked with the public and feel my experiences and skills enable me to do that very well. I consider myself polite, personable and responsive to people and their needs. My work in journalism has allowed me to focus on meeting a deadline and getting things accomplished quickly and efficiently. Personal Information: I am 51 years old and married. I have no children and am in very good health. I enjoy community theater, travel, photography, reading, gardening and outdoor activities. I live in the Lewes area and have been a resident of that area since 1983. References: Glenn Rolfe - Glenn and I worked together as fellow editors. He was the editor of the Seaford Leader and State Register and took over my responsibilities at the Sussex Post after Independent Newspapers consolidated its' operation and downsized employees. Glenn can be reached at grolfe@newszap.com Dean Campbell - Dean is a local attorney who attended college with me and has known me for nearly 30 years. He can be reached at 854-9750. Senator George Bunting - Senator Bunting and I have known each other since my earliest reporting days almost 25 years ago. He is a man of great personal integrity who I have worked with for most of the last quarter century and he has always praised me for my honesty and journalistic ability. Senator Bunting can be reached at his work office at 227-3891. Kitt Parker - I worked with Kitt at the Sussex Post for more than two years. She can be reached at kparker@newszap.com Patrick Donovan - Patrick is the youth ministry coordinator for the Diocese of Wilmington and worked with my wife and myself during our six years as youth ministry leaders. He can be reached at patrickd@cdow.org
Delaware, United States
Bobby Richards - Freelance Database & Database Design
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Over 20 years working with a variety of people, from entry level into Senior Director. Extensive experience working with Microsoft SharePoint 2007/2010/2013. Specializing in front end user services as well as development.
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