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Shannon Harrison - Freelance Article Writing & Newsletter Writing
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I'm interested in helping folks get their stories out.im a speaker and a blogger at godsrehab.blogspot.com i've made GOD'S REHAB for survivors,so i know how to get things started..here is my back ground.. MY STORY ,MY TRUTH.... I am a daughter, sister, wife and mother. When I was young, I dreamed of becoming a dancer. I was passionate, loving and full of life. But you would never believe that...
Albemarle, North Carolina, United States
Sandy Buechler - Freelance Grant Writing & Newsletter Writing
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Sandra K.T. Buechler Objective Contract/freelance position that uses my 15+ years experience and enables me to make a positive contribution. Career Expertise Writing and Grant Administration Expertise • Have an 80% success rate obtaining funding for grants. • Research potential funders and foundations for multiple organizations. • Proofread written materials at an average of 9-12...
Cleveland, North Carolina, United States
Kim Moore - Freelance Blog Writing & Newsletter Writing
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I am a Health Coach with specialty in relationships. I assist in the healing from the inside out rather than outside in. My approach is through health and wellness of the body. I love to address issues that are not usually talked about and bring them to surface. I also write for a number of blogs as well as my own at www.satisfiedhearts.com. I am also the host of Successful Singles which airs...
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Shannon Sheridan - Freelance Grant Writing & Newsletter Writing
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Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Raul Aguiar - Freelance Creative Writing & Newsletter Writing
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Sanford, North Carolina, United States

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Andrew Hoffman - Freelance Audio Production & Project Management
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4.0
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$35
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Objective: To obtain employment through use of my experience and technical savvy. To always learn and improve through job site exposure where I can use creativity to always get the job done. Experience: FREEMAN AUDIO VISUAL Part time employee, A1, Project Coordinator, Gear Manager, General Tech VISON SOUND COMMUNICATIONS Freelance, Project Manager, Consultant, Technical Director VIDEO CAM Freelance, General Tech AV GUYS Freelance, A1 General Tech VIDEO APPLICATIONS Freelance, General Tech MI MEDIA PRODUCTION Freelance, Project manager, A1, Labor Coordinator PSAV Full time 02-06, lead floor tech, Operations Manager COSTA MESA STUDIOS Recording engineer, Mixing Editing, Mastering in a digital platform for both Music and film Education Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences- 02-03 Skills I am well versed in both analog and digital audio signal routing and processing. I have experience on most analog mixing consoles, and the yamaha digital desks. I have experience with smaart acoustic tunning software. I have experience with JBl Vertch and VRX and the Mayer melody, as well as most all of The EAW line. I have experience in leading crews and coordinating projects from client vision to technical execution. Notable Projects SXSW: A1 General session broadcast throughout the city of Austin TX, and live to web Winter Namm: Project Manager for Keynote luncheon and Coordinated break out rooms Stroke: A1 Luncheon Broadcom: A1 General session Reality Rocks: A1 music stage Microsoft WPC: A1 Valued Keynote track
Costa Mesa, California, United States
Michelle Wachter - Freelance Ad Design & Billboard Design
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I am looking for something to do at home and earn money at the same time. I think if given ample time I could make you a great flyer. I want to explore new things and think would be a good start for me.
United States
Sylvia Shanahan - Freelance Ad Design & Graphic Design
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Sylvia A. (Haupt) Shanahan 11272 122nd Ave. N Largo, FL 33778 Cell: (330) 603-7871 E-mail: sylviart@sbcglobal.net OVERVIEW: Comprehensive marketing professional in product development, advertising, branding, sales promotion, merchandising, public relations and sales. Progressively responsible positions held include Marketing Manager, Promotions Manager, Marketing Services Manager, Art Director and Account Executive. CAPABILITIES: • Consultative selling and client communications • Marketing, advertising, public relations and project management • Image management through art direction, photo direction, creative direction, copy writing and graphic design • Results-driven meetings, presentations, trade show participation, promotions and other special events • Vendor negotiation and co-op advertising coordinating • Team-building management and supervision EXPERIENCE: Account Executive Creative Resources, Parma, Ohio (Sept ‘05 - December ‘10) Creative Resources provides custom packaging and enhancements from concept to finished production. All products are manufactured in Asia. Clients include Harry & David, Archipelago, Chella Skincare, Root Candles, Lafco NY, Cheryl’s Cookies, Mrs. Fields, Hickory Farms, Mrs. Beasley’s, Sweet Shop USA, The Popcorn Factory, Fannie May Brands, and other leading gourmet food, beauty products and candle companies in the United States. • Generate leads, sales and manage projects for over 30 accounts and up to 300 projects per year. • Oversee P&L of each project working closely with Asian vendors and US clients • Direct creative concepts • Increased sales from $350,000 in 2005 to $656,000 in 2006. • Increased sales from $656,000 in 2006 to $774,000 in 2007. • Increased sales from $774,000 in 2007 to $928,000 in 2008. • Increased sales from $928,000 in 2008 to $945,000 in 2009. Account Executive (Part time) Scriptype Publishing, Richfield, Ohio (June ‘05 – Sept. ‘05) • Advertising sales for six monthly publications Marketing/Public Relations Consultant (Contract) Buy Into Youngstown, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio (Feb. ‘05 – May ‘05) Buy Into Youngstown is a non-profit organization in the Center for Urban and Regional Studies at Youngstown State University whose purpose is to educate and assist low-income homebuyers in purchasing within city limits. • Managed marketing, advertising, PR and fundraising plans, as well as media buying, special event coordinating and creative generation. Writer (Freelance) Currents Magazine, Chagrin Falls, Ohio (Jan. ‘04 – March ‘05) Currents is a monthly publication sent to households with a combined family income of $100,000 plus. • Covered fundraising events in Summit County. Photo Director/Contributing Editor (Contract) Luxury Living Magazine, Akron, Ohio (Sept. ‘04 ) A Knight-Ridder publication, this 60-page niche publication is sent quarterly to a mailing list of households with a combined income of $150,000 plus in Akron and Cleveland. • Provided editorial content, story ideas and coordinated and directed photo shoots. Art Director Kichler Lighting, Cleveland, Ohio (Feb. '99 – May ‘04) • Managed home fashion image of Westwood and Tiffany Classics lines of product through photo direction, visual themes, catalogs (both consumer and distributor), ads, point of purchase signage and other collateral. • Originated trends, strategies and tag lines working closely with sales management, product designers and brand managers. Marketing Consultant Creative Workshop, Stow, Ohio (Nov. '90 - Feb. '99) Major clients included: Barnum Beauty Systems, Macedonia, Ohio Developed co-op advertising programs • Created customized marketing plans to sole proprietor salons and small chains. • Originated themes and campaigns for the annual "Fashion Focus" trade show attended by over 7,000 beauty professionals. Promotions/Marketing Services Manager Matrix Essentials, Inc., Solon, Ohio (Oct. '88 - April '90) • Directed, managed and implemented all activities concerning the Matrix Synergy Salon Success Club, an ongoing merchandising program to assist over 20,000 salons in retailing Matrix products and services. • Assigned to the team that launched Matrix Skincare and Systeme Biolage. Oversaw special market advertising, media promotions and public relations plans. Marketing Manager The Milo Corporation, Stow, Ohio (Nov. '83-Oct. '87) Planned, budgeted, themed and implemented all marketing activities including trade and consumer advertising, public relations, direct mail catalogs, packaging, sales promotion, store manager incentive programs, merchandising, store design and trade show participation. • Directed three graphic designers, a copywriter and an administrative assistant. AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Created an in-house, full-service advertising agency for The Milo Corporation. • Provided marketing consulting to Barnum Beauty Systems management resulting in 233% sales increase in six years. • Achieved a 300% sales increase from 2005 – 2009 at Creative Resources. EDUCATION • Magna *** Laude graduate of Kent State University with a BFA in Graphic Design/Illustration AFFILIATIONS • Signature member of Akron Society of Artists (served as secretary of the board, 1998-2001) • Susan B. Anthony member of Women's Network.
Stow, Ohio, United States
Benjamin R. Kibbey - Freelance Copywriting & Editing
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$25
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Objectives Ultimately, my greatest interest is in the human element behind every story. My English skills, ethical principles and demanding grammatical standards have garnered me praise as an editor, and I enjoy the opportunity to work closely with other writers. However, my dream job is one in which I am still able to find and write stories, even if only periodically. Experience Reporter and Editor Nov. 2009 – Sept. 2010, United States Division-South, Camp Basra, Iraq - Reporting on and photographing various events around the south of Iraq involving U.S. and Iraqi entities, including military, governmental and civilian, and the interaction of those involved. - Editing all content produced by the U.S. military in southern Iraq from Nov. 2009 – Jun. 2010, both photographic and written, as well as coaching reporters both in-office and at a distance. - Maintained a “virtual office” environment, with all tracking and communication carried out through intranet and Internet, including development of a Google Apps environment to adapt to needs of reporters and consumers. - Creation from scratch of the multi-section template for the 1st Infantry Division’s field newspaper, the “Danger Forward”, with a 24-hour turnaround from assignment to completion. - Mentoring of layout editor, who had no previous experience in layout, including complete training in the use of Adobe InDesign and Photoshop, while maintaining regular workload as editor. - Mentoring and training new reporters/photographers who had little or no previous journalism experience. - Developing and implementing standards for submissions and releases, including handling of photos and captions. - As a subject matter expert, advised on the implementation of online engagement of potential audiences, including Facebook, Twitter and website design. - While editor, continued normal work in that capacity even while on story assignments to other locations around Iraq, keeping contact by whatever Internet connection could be found. - Received formal and informal recognition from supervisors, as well as from writers and subjects of stories, for maintaining the writers’ voices and careful adherence to journalistic principles. - Was recommended for Meritorious Service Medal by immediate command for these and other accomplishments, which was upgraded by the division commander to a Bronze Star. Editor Nov. 2005 – Sept. 2010, 367th MPAD, Yearling Rd., Columbus, Ohio - First appointed editor for the 367th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, an Army Reserve unit, shortly after the unit returned from deployment to Iraq. - Though the job was not daily, it involved careful tracking of my own and other peoples’ time over distance in order to provide coverage of Army events around Ohio with the limited hours we were allotted each month. - The position demanded editing, reporting and coordinating stories while maintaining normal work and school schedules outside of the military, and, with no immediate boss or outside emphasis on deadlines, required a great deal of initiative and discipline. Public Affairs Specialist and Combat Journalist May 2002 – Nov. 2005, 367th MPAD, Yearling Rd., Columbus, Ohio - After completion of training at the Defense Information School, Fort Meade, Md., was sent on a two-week training event as the only print journalist, and, with no real world experience, carried the workload of a full three-person team. - Deployed to Kuwait and Iraq from April 2003 to April 2004, maintaining a fairly independent presence while working as a combat journalist with both Marine and U.S. Army elements. - Had articles and photographs published in many civilian newspapers and such sites as GlobalSecurity.org, as well as having his articles cited by civilian journalists. - Was awarded the Army Commendation Medal by recommendation of the 4th Infantry Division, along with the rest of his 20-person unit, for assisting civilian media during and after the capture of Saddam Hussein. Education DINFOS (Defense Information School), Fort Meade, Md. Aug. 2002 – Nov. 2002 - Completed the intensive writing and photographic training program created for the military’s public affairs and combat journalism personnel. June 2005 - Completed the Editors Course, the required program for both civilian and military editors working on U.S. military publications throughout the world. E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio Sept. 2005 – June 2009 - News writing and editing with specialization in English - Degree is not yet awarded, as school determines eligibility of military work to fulfill internship qualifications. All other coursework and GPA requirements have been met and surpassed. References References are available on request.
Albany, New York, United States
Zakiya Fareed - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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PERSONAL INFORMATION: Gender: Female Nationality:South African (Race:Indian) EDUCATION: University of South Africa: BA Psychology BA Communication Graduated September 2002 Subjects taken: Psychology I, II, III; Communication I, II, III; Communication Law, English I, II; Politics I, Statistics I, Sociology I, International Relations I & II SKILLS • Fully computer literate. MS Office including MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, Email, Internet, Photoshop, completed a Web Design course on Dream Weaver. • Completed an informal course in Public Relations independent of Communications degree syllabus. • Completed the intermediate course on Managing By Project Techniques & Processes • Completed course on Stakeholder Management & Crisis Communications • Excellent communications and negotiating skills. Able to mediate and engage at all intellectual levels and all age levels. • Excellent office management skills. Including administrative duties and co-ordination skills. • I am a confident public speaker and am comfortable making presentations. • Research and report writing are other aspects I am skilled at. • I have excellent knowledge of online social media [new media] networks and am comfortable working with these networks as well as on websites. I have a good understanding of the integration of the applications like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn etc. WORKING EXPERIENCE South African National Biodiversity Institute [September 2010 to 28 February 2011] Position: Deputy Director: Marketing and Communications SANBI is the National body charged with managing the 9 National Botanical Gardens, Biodiversity research and information and Biodiversity preservation. The organization reports to the Department of Environmental Affairs. DUTIES INCLUDED: Developing and implementing a national marketing strategy for the 9 NBGs. Developing a social networking strategy and implementing on relevant platforms Advertising management Management of Marketing staff at various Gardens Production of marketing material for Gardens Develop and implement Communications strategy Lead media relations – including being on hand for interviews and other media requests Manage Communications staff at various Gardens Writing and distribution of articles Writing speaking notes for the CEO and other principals Identifying media opportunities Organizing media events Monitoring and reporting on coverage Analyzing media coverage Assist with development of Internal Communications Strategy Provide support for internal functions Lead and co-ordinate internal events including programme directing Manage and edit website content related to the Gardens Occasionally write content for website pages Manage the implementation of online communications processes for internal communications [ e.g. Novell GroupWise and Skype] Set up and manage the Facebook page for the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden as per the Garden’s marketing target. South African National Parks [April 2008 to September 2010] Position: Media and Stakeholder Relations Manager South African National Parks [SANParks] is the country’s body charged with the management of a system of national parks which represents the indigenous fauna, flora, landscape and associated cultural heritage of the country. It is also a tourism-based organization that derives much of its income from promoting the National Parks as a tourist destination to both local and international visitors. The organization reports to the Department of Environmental Affairs and works closely with the Department. DUTIES: Media Liaison Officer responsible for all contact with media for the organisation. Provide support to pricipals as spokesperson. Write & distribute media releases & field media enquiries. Assist with developing Communications Strategies with principals. Develop & implement media plans for general operations as well as campaigns, events & issues arising. Implement Crisis Communications plans when necessary. Arrange media events like media briefings, media tours and conferences. Write briefing notes for Head of Communications and Chief Executive on issues arising. Arrange & monitor media interviews with the Chief Executive & other executive members. Develop Stakeholder Relations Strategies & Plans & implement across the organisation. Manage the media and stakeholder databases. Provide support to Events Manager & write scripts & speeches for events & campaigns. Also assist with publications for events. Manage the receipt & dissection of the media analysis reports. Compile monthly reports detailing the organisational media reputation based on the analysis reports. Offer recommendations to improve media reputation gradings. Compile reports on stakeholder feedback & make recommendations on where the organisation can improve stakeholder relations. Manage the organisations online presence as public relations representative. Provide content & information as & when necessary for the organisations online community that included the website forum and Facebook & Twitter. Use the online environment to promote events and campaigns as well as inform stakeholders of the organisations strategies and decisions. Provide assistance to the Internal Communications colleagues with all internal events as well as publication of internal messages. Draft monthly editorial note for the Head of Communications to be published in the monthly internal magazine. Re-assess filming & photography rates and permit methods across parks & internalise the process. Researcher, Administrator and Spokesperson at Media Review Network, South Africa. [From April 2003 till May 2005 remained for 6 months to complete website transition] The Media Review Network is an advocacy group which concerns itself with media - and political analysis. The group’s function includes daily analysis of media, media liaison, commentary on international and domestic socio-political matters [both in written media, radio and television], socio-political lobbying with local politicians as well as foreign embassies, hosting of national and international academics and NGO’s, ongoing research on domestic and international socio-political climates, addressing local and international conferences, etc. The Media Review Network has an Executive consisting of four members, all of whom require constant updates on daily progress and all of whom issue daily targets. DUTIES: I served as political analyst and researcher as well as spokesperson and media liaison for the organisation. My other task was to manage the office and the internal communications structure. I was required to develop and maintain media contacts and implement a media liaison strategy in order to promote the organizations activities more effectively. I would also be called upon to engage the media when necessary in order to highlight certain issues of importance. This meant that I would handle all enquiries regarding the statements and articles released, do media interviews on television and radio when necessary and handle enquiries about the organization and help direct requests and complaints. I was involved in creating and maintaining the website for the organization which is updated daily and is the point of first contact with the public and the media. I also was a key person in conceptualizing and publishing the organization's first official brochure which presented the organizationâ??s activities over the first eight years of its existence. Some of my main tasks were to lobby government officials and other key personalities on issues related to the work we did. I was also tasked with compiling and making presentations to departments, eg. the SANDF on matters of interest. The socio-political environment, which the organisation is concerned with, is a constantly changing one and all developments need to be recorded. This required my constant vigilance on all developments in the media and within the socio-political structures. As a researcher and commentator for the Media Review Network, I was also required to be able to write opinion pieces, letters to the editor and book reviews for publication in both the mainstream media and community newspapers. At the end of my term at the MRN, I was required to train staff and set up a standard communications structure for the MRN's operations.
Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa