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Maceo Jourdan - Freelance Print Ad Design & Website Ad Design
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2 Skills
$500
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Marketing Strategist, Former Media Buyer, Chief Pontificator, Print & Digital Content Strategy, Resident Crossfit Fanatic www.BartonPublishing.com “Helping people experience vibrant, amazing, health through natural healing remedies" See our store! http://goo.gl/i1YcaQ
Maricopa, Arizona, United States

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SATWIK DASGUPTA 2107 N Ben Jordan Street Apt 1907 Victoria, TX 77901 Ph: (509) 981-4855 E-mail: dasgupta.satwik@gmail.com EDUCATION Ph.D: English and American Literature, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, 2009 Major Area: Nineteenth-Century American Literature Minor Area: British Romanticism Dissertation: ?=It was open—wide, wide open‘: Optics and Visual Perception in the Tales of Edgar Allan Poe? Director: Carl Ostrowski, Committee Members: Tom Strawman, Philip Edward Phillips Master of Arts: English Literature and Language, University of Calcutta, West Bengal, India, 2002 Major Area: British Literature Minor Area: American Literature Bachelor of Arts: English Literature and Language, St. Paul‘s Cathedral Missions College, Calcutta, India, 2000 Major Area: British Literature Minor Areas: Political Science and Economics (Honors) COLLEGE TEACHING Assistant Professor, Victoria College, Victoria, TX. Fall 2009-present ? Teaching freshman composition, research and argumentative writing, dual-credit freshman writing seminar at high school, and American Literature survey I (Beginnings-1860) and II (1860-1920); serving on the departmental textbook committee, one-on-one mentoring with students, and facilitating community involvement of the students Teaching Assistant, Middle Tennessee State University. Fall 2005-Spring 2006; Spring 2007-Fall 2007 ? Taught Freshman Composition courses (ENG 1010); conducted writing workshops for developmental writing students; accomplished office duties related to the position, including student advising, one-on-one mentoring sessions, and provided hands-on experience of computer usage to undergraduates Visiting Part-Time Lecturer, Department of English, St. Paul‘s Cathedral Mission College, Calcutta, India. April 2003-2004 ? Taught BA Honors course (equivalent to 3000- and 4000-level courses in the US academic curriculum) as per the syllabus prepared by the University of Calcutta; duties included proctoring term-end and final examinations of the English department and initiating a practicum for English Honors students with the assistance of my faculty Visiting Part-Time Lecturer, Department of English, Ramsaday College, Howrah, India. April 2003-2004 ? Taught BA Honors and Pass courses (equivalent to 3000- and 4000-level courses in the US Academic curriculum) as per the syllabus prepared by the University of Calcutta; duties also involved teaching ESL to students enrolled in general education (PASS) courses Faculty, Teachers Bureau of Calcutta, September 1999-2000 ? Taught entry-level composition and English literature courses to undergraduate students enrolled in various colleges affiliated with the University of Calcutta 2 COURSES TAUGHT ? Rhetoric and Composition 1301—Victoria College, TX (Fall 2009; Spring 2010; Fall 2010; Spring 2011; Summer 2011; Fall 2011) ? Dual Credit—Rhetoric and Composition 1301 — Victoria College, TX/Memorial High School, Victoria TX (Fall—Spring 2010; Fall—Spring 2011) ? (ITV) Rhetoric and Composition 1301 — Gonzales Campus and Calhoun Campus, Victoria College, TX (Fall 2010; Spring 2011; Fall 2011) ? Research and Argumentative Writing 1302 — Victoria College, TX (Fall 2009; Spring 2010; Fall 2010; Fall 2011) ? Nineteenth-Century American Literature I (Beginnings through the Civil War) – Victoria College TX (Fall 2010; Summer 2011) ? Nineteenth-Century American Literature II (Civil War—present) – Victoria College TX (Fall-Spring 2009; Spring 2011; Fall 2011) ? Research and Argumentative Writing 1020 – Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN (2005—2008) ? Freshman Writing and Composition 1010 – MTSU, Murfreesboro, TN (2005—2008); ? 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Review of B.P.Giri and Prafulla Kar, Thinking Territory: Some Reflections in Journal of Philosophy: Cross-Disciplinary Enquiry. 6.13 (2010). PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/ASSIGNMENTS ? Board Member, Curriculum Instruction Committee, Victoria College, 2011-2012 ? Assistant Editor, Journal of Philosophy: A Cross-Disciplinary Enquiry ? Advisory Board Member, Title V (Initiative aimed at keeping the educational pipeline open and easily navigable for Hispanics, low-income, and other traditionally underrepresented students in the Golden Crescent Region of South Texas), Victoria College, TX (2010-present). ? Core Committee, FAAB (Faculty Academic Advising Board), Victoria College, TX. ? Academic Advising training, NACADA Summer Institute, Sheraton, Philadelphia, August 1-6, 2010. ? Texas Writer’s Initiative: Success in the Classroom Hyatt Regency Arlington, TX, November 8-11, 2009. Student Worker, Records Office, Middle Tennessee State University, Spring and Summer, 2008. ? Issued transcripts, letters of good standing, intent-to-graduate forms, filing/archival work, and other staff-related duties Research Assistant, Dr. Philip Edward Phillips, Middle Tennessee State University, Spring 2006; Spring 2009 ? Assisted Dr. Phillips with miscellaneous assignments related to the creation of an annotated bibliography on Boethius for A Companion to Boethius in the Middle Ages, forthcoming from Brill Academic Publications Production Assistant, Carmina Philosophiae: Journal of the International Boethius Society, Spring 2006 ? Assisted Dr. Phillips with the copyediting, production, and distribution of the journal Writing Assistant, Middle Tennessee State University, Fall 2004-Spring 2005 ? Conducted one-on-one tutoring sessions with developmental and other writing students at the University Writing Center; monitored the computer lab and peer mentoring Volunteer, Socio-Medical Outreach Program conducted by CHRISTCHURCH, Calcutta, May 2003 ? Traveled to remote/rural areas of West Bengal, India, and served as the program coordinator for inoculation and vaccination for children under three years of age. This SMOP also consisted of blood donation camps, polio vaccinations, and MPA (Malaria Prevention Awareness), including a follow-up. Docent/Educational Trainee, SCIENCE CITY, Calcutta, June 1995-1996 ? Conducted guided tours of the institution and demonstrated scientific and cultural exhibits to visitors HONORS, AWARDS, EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ? Graduate Studies Fellowship, Middle Tennessee State University, Spring-Fall 2008 ? Richard C. and Virginia Peck Award, Department of English, Middle Tennessee State University, 2005 ? Earned the Grade of =A‘ in an Extempore Debate competition on ?Health and Hygiene,? 2003, Calcutta, India ? Runners-up, DATAPRO Cricket Cup, 2001, Calcutta, India ? Secured First place in the Intra-College Quiz competition, St. Pauls Cathedral Missions College, Calcutta, India, 1995-1996 ? Secured First place in the Intra-College Table-tennis championship, St. Pauls Cathedral Missions College, Calcutta, 1995-1996 ? Secured Fourth place in the Calcutta Inter-College Quiz competition, 1995-1996 4 PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ? Docent, Victoria Historic Home Tours ? Modern Language Association (2007-present) ? Poe Studies Association, USA (2005-present) ? AAUP (American Association of University Professors), Tennessee, USA (2006-present) ? Life Member (LM 0096), Millenium Institute of Energy and Environment Management, Calcutta (2001-present) ? Life Member, Swasthya Bhabna Welfare Society, Calcutta ? ALSC (American literature Study Circle), American Center, Calcutta (2002-2004) ? JUSAS (Jadavpur University Society for American Studies), Jadavpur University, Calcutta (2002-2004) ? Socio-Medical Outreach Programme (SMOP) CHIRSTCHURCH, Calcutta, 2001-2004
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Donna Robb - Freelance Illustration & Art
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I have worked in the art field for 20 + years. Strong illustration background, as well as mural painting and large scale paintings and art pieces. Some past works include: In house illustrator for rubber stamp company Freelance illustrator for rubber stamp companies Illustrations for greeting card companies Illustrations for children's books Illustrations for brochures and fliers Technical illustrations Public and private murals Teaching and developing age appropriate art lessons for school aged children/elementary schools. Exhibited and displayed fine art in galleries and art competitions. Chairperson for the Cultural Arts Committee/Fine Arts committee for city in which I reside. Sets and backdrops for children's theater/plays/television. In house artist for ceramic studio. Many of my murals decorate the walls of our local schools from elementary through high school. I have a great deal of experience within the realm of traditional art. I have a lean toward whimsical or fantasy based art in my personal interests, but can easily adapt to suit the needs of the client. I have a strong background in realism, and in color theory. Mediums most comfortable in: pen and ink colored pencil pastel watercolor acrylic pencil/graphite I am honest, hardworking and reliable. I meet each deadline, and treat each and every project as though it were my own. If hired for a job it is of utmost importance to me that the client is very pleased with not only the work, but with my work ethic. I am happy to provide samples upon request.
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Nichole - Freelance Public Relations & Promotions
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Ms. Tillman has over 15 years of public relations experience. Currently, as the Agency Spokesperson and Executive Vice President of Communications, she oversees all public relations and communications efforts for employees, residents, media and stakeholders. Ms. Tillman was also instrumental in managing crisis communications during PHA’s highly-publicized leadership transition period. She specialies in issue management, public relations , community relations, stragetic advisor and crisis communications. Ms. Tillman began her career as a book publicist in New York City. Her publicity efforts propelled two titles to number one on the New York Times best-seller list. She also publicized books that became movies, book and household names. She went on to become the first in-house publicist for USA WEEKEND Magazine, the second largest magazine in the country at the time. Ms. Tillman also made history as the Vice President of Publicity of the World Famous Harlem Globetrotters where she implemented over 200 publicity campaigns throughout the U.S. and abroad and secured multiple first-time national appearances and traditional and trade media coverage. She also served as the publicity liaison for national sponsors such as IHOP, Western Union, and Campbell’s Soup Company. She has also created and directed partnerships with several media powerhouses including, Viacom, Disney and Paramount, and countless media outlets, broadcast shows and production companies. RECONITIONS & AFFILATIONS Society of Environmental Journalist – Fellowship Women in Communications Clarion Award recipient President Circle Award from USA WEEKEND Magazine/Gannett VP, Board Chair- Cindy Legacy Philadelphia Housing Authority Pension Board member PHILLYSeeds Board member American Baptist Foundation Board Member Hiring Heroes volunteer
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