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Terry - Freelance Newsletter Writing & Proofreading
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Retired teacher with extra time on my hands. Thirty- two years of teaching English and writing. Writing is something that I enjoy. Most of my editing and proofreading experience has been for friends working on higher degrees. I would like to build a portfolio by working for other companies. I am a perfectionist and can manage my time to meet deadlines.
Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
Melissa Stevens - Freelance Copywriting & Newsletter Writing
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Knoxville, Tennessee, United States

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Ginny Fraser - Freelance Business Writing & Accounting
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I started working at 15 as a cashier at Walmart. By the age of 17 I opened up a family owned Medical Equipment and supply store. I wrote all policies and procedures, employee handbooks, customer handbooks, Mission Statement, Business Plan and Proposal, etc. I also started billing and bookkeeping online through electronic billing software (EDI), and QuickBooks/intuit. I was responsible for tax records, tax payments, tax filing including year end tax filing and any accounting or Medical Billing discrepancies. I spent 14 years building this business until just recent I became a stay at home mom. I miss the beginning stages of building a business for in my eyes this is the most valuable time needed to show people what your company is about, what it stands for, and what you can offer that no other company in that industry can give the clientele. My experience is from the good old fashioned learning and if you make a mistake fix it and don't do it again, learning is an everyday thing you can't jump into anything whether you know it all or not because no one ever will know it all with everything in this world changing constantly you have to be prepared to continue educating yourself and stay on top of the new laws and economy in which you are providing for. I have access to hundreds of self help material to save money on continuing education, I am very savvy with researching online, communities (population, average income, average mortgage or rental property), other business within that field or partially in that field, news, people, all social media and much much more. I like to put all my time and effort in making a business what I would want to work with or what I would want to send my family or friends to. I also like to help grow a business to a point that it helps communities in creating more jobs for more people that need employment and employees like to be treated as you would want to be treated.
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Chris Rommel - Freelance Caricature Art & Illustration
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My name is Chris Rommel, an award-winning caricaturist and published illustrator. I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree that educated me in a variety of art concentrations. I began my career drawing caricatures at an amusement park. Soon after, I started my own company, Exaggerated Entertainment, drawing caricatures for event entertainment. As a member of the International Society of Caricature Artists, I won the Golden Nosey Award for "Caricaturist of the Year". In addition, my artwork has been published internationally. I currently reside in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, where I continue to work as a freelance artist. Feel free to contact me at 715-379-1877 or chris@chrisrommel.com.
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Toni Roberts - Freelance Nature Photography & Editing
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TONI ROBERTS Email: orisha2012@yahoo.com PUBLICATIONS Moving Minds, Hearts and Pocketbooks! 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(Bronx, NY) as a Teacher Trainer for museum’s Cross Cultural Connections Professional Development Course • Co-designed Feeling to Form: Exploring the Artist, a ten-week, hands-on studio art course • Delivery of Feeling to Form, studio art course, to Taft Academy tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade students • Gallery tours • Hands-on studio art workshops for school and adult groups Part Time, Temporary Public Relations Coordinator • Handled all public relations activities for museum during search for permanent coordinator The Bronx Council on the Arts (1994-1995) Co-Founder and Coordinator of the Bronx WritersCorps • Selection, training and supervision of twenty Writer-Poet Fellows • Site selection and placement of Fellows in various public schools and CBOs • Program management and development ArtsConnection, NYC (1989-1994) After School Program Coordinator • Hiring, training and supervision of NYC Board of Education teachers who tutored students in ArtsConnection program • Program management PRIOR Corporate Communications/Marketing and Advertising Copywriter Avon Products, Inc., NYC/Gralla Publications, Inc., NYC • Conceptualization to production of Sales Meetings and other written communications for Avon Managers and Representatives in Spain and Latin America • Audio-visual production • Advertising and promotional copywriting • Corporate newsletter reporter District Reading Coordinator; Regular Licensed J.H.S. 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Juan Rodriguez - Freelance Article Writing & Resume Writing
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Curriculum Vitae Juan Neftalí Rodríguez Ortiz Ced: 001-1532326-3 Carretera Vieja de Cansino #64 Apto. 3b, el Primaveral Home phone: 809-483-1461 Cel: 809-673-3057/829-765-9731 Date of birth: march 9th 1983 My main purpose is to fill up your expectations and commit to whatever my mission is in your company, i hope my knowledge in the area is enough to become an employee of this great institution. Studies Primary school graduate (Various Institutions) High school graduate (Liceo Juan Pablo Duarte) Coursed the 3rd semester of bachelor in computer science (Universidad Autónoma De Santo Domingo ‘UASD’) Full bilingual Other Studies English as a second language (Full bilingual) (Canadian American) Basic knowledge of informatic (Estudios continuos ‘UASD’) Job Experience English teacher at The Canadian American English Institute (CAMEI) (2002) Bilingual operator for Verizon (OPTICOM) 2 Months. (2006-2006) Fernelly Amador. (Processing all type of calls, such as; collect calls, third party billing calls, credit card calls Etc.). Support professional for Stream International (Sirius Satellite Radio), 2 years and 6 months. (2006 –2008) Supervisor Ediburga Minaya (809-476-0506). (Assisting customer with inquiries, technical issues, billing issues and radio activations. Bilingual customer care representative for Acs Inc. (T-Mobile)… 5 months… (2008- 2009) Omar Morales (809-338-6065). (Assiting customer with billing issues, features activations and technical issues with their phones). Bilingual collection cgent for Nearshore (Pdl), (2009) (Making proper arrangement for bill collection. College advisor for Nearshore (Edu), Enrolling people in school. (Current job). Personal Reference Ramona Santana Ortiz (829-268-9066) Ramón Leonardo Rodríguez (829-548-3602) Fernando De Los Santos (809-702-9315)
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Emily Benfield - Freelance Painting & Drawing
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Emily Benfield SUMMARY •Demonstrated achiever with exceptional knowledge of the elements and principles of art & design •Strong interest in art history •Skilled at learning new concepts quickly, working well under pressure, & communicating ideas clearly and effectively •Background with foreign languages such as Spanish, Italian, French, German, and Latin •Skilled at working with groups of people of all ages •Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite •Experience with Adobe CS5 programs including Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign on both Mac and Windows platforms EDUCATION B.A., Studio Art, December 2010 3.3 GPA Minor: Art History High Point University, High Point, NC Completed courses in Honors human dimensions of art, sculpture, 3-dimensional design, drawing, figure drawing, painting, design, color theory, film photography, art history, and history of photography Study Abroad (fall 2009) – Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy •Completed courses in High Renaissance art history, painting conservation, intermediate drawing, and beginning Italian Graphic Design (spring 2011) – Hagerstown Community College, Hagerstown, MD •Completed courses in Adobe Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5, and InDesign CS5 using both Mac and Windows platforms •Obtained skills needed in order to create printed material, including brochures, newsletters, flyers, postcards, cd covers, posters, and menus. Also gained skills necessary in order to create gradient mesh images and vector icons RELATED EXPERIENCE Reynolda House Museum of American Art September—December 2010 Intern Winston-Salem, NC •Expanded personal knowledge of the specific artwork and artifacts in the collection, and the historic house •Gave tours of the historic house and the collection of artwork and artifacts, and assisted with classes, for a variety of museum visitors •Arranged all intern interviews with select department heads •Wrote an interdisciplinary paper and presented a gallery talk on Frederic Remington’s The Rattlesnake at the conclusion of the internship Truffles Catering at the Belvedere September—October 2011 Administrative Assistant and Assistant to Event Coordinator Baltimore, MD •Functioned as the first point of contact for guests displaying a warm and cheerful greeting & aiding visitors in answering their questions •Assisted with site visits, tastings, and events, often going above and beyond the call of duty •Composed proposals and contracts, detailing event cost breakdown and food & services to be provided •Fielded phone calls for the sales office using a polite demeanor PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Member, National Society of Leadership and Success Member, Studio Art Club ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE 123Print June—September 2011 Customer Service Representative Frederick, MD •Assisted customers, using expert product knowledge, and effectively handled customer questions and complaints in a courteous and timely manner •Answered incoming telephone calls, using a positive manner, and showcased strong time management ability Target Stores June 2006—April 2009 Softlines Team Member Frederick, MD •Provided extraordinary service to guests, working as an effective team member, in delivering results •Handled a significant amount of money, each work shift, totaling hundreds of dollars AWARDS & SHOWS First place, Congressional Artistic Discovery Competition- oil on canvas, 2007 First place, The Great Frederick Fair- oil on canvas, 2008 Student show, pastel on paper, fall 2007 oil on canvas paper, fall 2008 charcoal on paper, fall 2009 Senior Seminar show, acrylic on canvas paper, spring 2009 INTERN PERFORMANCE EVALUATION Intern’s name: Emily Benfield Internship dates: Fall Semester 2010 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 5-Superior 4-Above Average 3-Average 2-Marginal 1-Not Acceptable Cooperation with colleagues 5 4 3 2 1 Punctuality 5 4 3 2 1 Adaptability 5 4 3 2 1 Leadership 5 4 3 2 1 Organizational skills 5 4 3 2 1 Dependability 5 4 3 2 1 Comprehension of problems 5 4 3 2 1 Understanding of organization 5 4 3 2 1 Initiative, independence 5 4 3 2 1 Interest in organization programs 5 4 3 2 1 Creativity 5 4 3 2 1 Relationship with clients 5 4 3 2 1 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Evaluative comments on the intern’s general performance and her/his potential professional employment in the field Emily had a very successful internship with us and achieved her goal of learning more about museums in general, and American art, music and literature in particular. She assisted with tours and classes for a variety of museum visitors. She provided much assistance in preparing for our monthly Family First workshops, and willingly completed all tasks as directed, adapting to the variety of assignments from various staff in the department. Emily made all the arrangements for the intern interviews with select department heads. She completed required readings on Reynolda and its collections, submitted daily reflections, and wrote an interdisciplinary paper and gave a gallery talk on Frederic Remington’s The Rattlesnake (1908). She came in on a few Saturdays to help families make use of an interactive educational kit, the Family Rucksack, designed to help young children and their parents become more deeply engaged with the Virtue, Vice, Wisdom & Folly: The Moralizing Tradition in American Art exhibition. Emily’s experience in, and love of studio art makes her a strong candidate for a career as an art museum educator, or a registrar. Relevant skills which the intern possesses Emily is somewhat reserved, yet she expresses herself clearly, and as a studio artist, has a good understanding of studio art processes that she draws upon in her research and work with the public. Her manner is pleasant and she interacts well with others. Areas in which improvement is needed Emily should follow up this museum internship with additional experiences, perhaps in a contemporary art museum. I think that she should delay graduate school until she has a clearer idea of what her arts career will be—she has lots of options, but needs to know more definitely what she wants to do before she commits to a particular degree program. ______________________________ ______________________ Kathleen F. G. Hutton Date Director of Education
Edgewood, Maryland, United States
Shanna Gillette - Freelance Journalistic Photography & Event Photography
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SHANNA GILLETTE SASHA RAE PHOTOGRAPHY http://www.sasharaephoto.com 928.699.2270 sasharaeproductions@gmail.com OBJECTIVE To use my skilled sense of photographic composition, photojournalism, photo editing, and brand management experience to contribute imagery and content that will serve to enrich the quality of a brand or product. QUALIFICATIONS: Six years as a professional freelance Photographer, Photo Editor, and Event Marketing Manager/Producer. EXPERIENCE: • Weekly freelance for ‘Creative Loafing’ (formerly ‘Weekly Planet’) - Tampa/St Petersburg, FL - 2006 – 2011 - including five covers. Published works at: http://cltampa.com/tampa/ImageArchives?by=2025674 • Photographer - SXSW music festival, Austin, TX for Creative Loafing – 2010 2011 • Still Photographer - feature film "The Association" - Austin, TX - March 2011 • Event Photographer - Turner Classic Movies "History of Hollywood" Tour Sept 2010 - Dec 2010 • Dessert Menu Photographer for 'Hurricane Patty's' - St Augustine, FL - Dec. 2010 • Photographer’s Assistant – Lilith Fair Tour 2010 – nationwide + Canada. Assisted Tour Photographer with day to day crew pictures and artist photos both on and off stage. • Website, advertising, and dessert menu Photographer for ‘Cristina’s Mexican Restaurants’ 12 location restaurant chain. Dallas, TX – Nov. 2009 • Director of Photography – ‘Sensory Overload’ Art, Music, & Fashion show Tampa, FL – March 2008 • Featured “Gallery W” Photographer for ‘Watermark’ magazine Tampa, FL – May 2007 • Premier Photographer for ‘Orange Magazine’ (distributed by ‘Tampa Tribune’ in 2006 – no longer in print) • Primary Event Photographer throughout eight years of touring as an Event Marketing Manager including many events with a portable studio (backdrop, lights, camera, & laptop) and on-site printing or instructions to pick up photos on client’s website. • Freelance Photographer specializing in commercial (primarily food), events, and photojournalistic style portraits and headshots. • Adobe Photoshop re-touching and color correction specialist Dallas/Ft Worth Sales Manager – ‘Our 365 Portraits’ March 2009 – Aug 2009 Managed of a ten member sales team across the Dallas / Ft Worth area that shot & sold in home portraits. Maintained and serviced the North Dallas sales territory. Used personality management skills to stabilize a fractured sales force in order to boost morale, reduce employee turnover and increase sales by 20%. Responsibilities include: Daily and weekly sales reporting, leading weekly sales meetings, distribution of inventory, team motivation, hiring, training, photo enhancement w/ Express Digital Darkroom, appointment setting, sales, payment processing, troubleshooting, & problem solving, OTHER EXPERIENCE: • Eight years as Mobile Marketing Tour Manager in charge of producing events for corporate clients across the nation. Separate resume available upon request. • Former model - pix at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sasharae7/sets/72157600523113688/ • Freelance Interior Decorator & Photo shoot / Set Designer
Oldsmar, Florida, United States