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Taylor Joseph - Freelance Website Programming & Programming
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4.0
2 Skills
$20
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I'm a freelance developer/designer/musician-for-hire. I'm great at Markup Language (XML, HTML), and YAML. I'm a beginner at Python, Ruby, and Lua programming. I at least know the basics of Javascript, C, C++, and C#. I'm a good Web designer, and I've decided to give mobile design a try. I'm also beginning computer animation, CD Design, DVD Design, and music Album cover animation!
Louisville, Kentucky, United States

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Daniella Cortez - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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3.5
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So here's the deal; I write. I write just like I would talk to you. It's a shoot first, ask questions later style that I've honed after many years being the weirdest kid in the room. The brain to mouth filter thing is broken on this model of girlhuman and I can't say it's exactly "working" for me so much as "no one has punched me in the throat yet". Which is okay. And I'll take it. I write about a lot of things. Professionally I write abut music. And musicians. And music venues. I love that. I have this deeply internalized delusion that I am something of a rock star. However I possess no musical talent outside of being able to recognize the good from the bad when I hear it. So I write about it instead. Somewhat unprofessionally, or as some might call it "in my spare time", I write about what it's like living a head that is filled with Dr. Who trivia, a bizarre fascination with Ke$ha and a lot of firmly held beliefs about consumerism and inherent sexism in our media. The short story: it's weird in here. Real weird. To wrap it up: I could do this for days. And yet you've learned nothing about me. The short and sweet of it is that I am relatively young, somewhat educated, enjoy things like cheap white wine, my finely tuned Netflix account and the visceral appeal of a live band in a dirty bar.
Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Devon Wells - Freelance 3D Animation & Ad Design
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4.0
2 Skills
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Devon Wells 604-942-0303 3172 Bute Crescent Coquitlam BC Canada banjodevon@yahoo.ca Profile: Devon is a very creative individual with strong skills in the area of character animation. He is hard working, resourceful and enjoys working with a team to achieve common goals. Devon takes direction well and confidently manages timelines and expectations. Education: 2008: Animation Art and Design Diploma from the Art Institute of Vancouver 2002: Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (BFA) with Honours in Music from York University, Toronto, ON Animation Experience (Please also refer to my enclosed demo real): 2010: Animated short personal film ‘8’ • Created short film in the spirit of classic educational animation using Adobe Flash 2009: Animated character and vehicle for Globayne television commercial • Animated, modeled, rigged and rendered graphic elements for commercial using Maya Design work for Robertson Productions • Developed character and logo designs for Robertson Productions Created graphic design for 20th annual Sorrento Bluegrass Workshop • Logo featured on marketing materials for the workshop 2008: Animated student film ‘Chicken Pickin’ and served as production manager on group project ‘Crossing Signals’ • Managed group project as well as personal graduation project Skills: Character animation (3D and 2D) Modeling, rigging, lighting, texturing and rendering XSI. Maya, Flash, Photoshop, After Effects, Motion Builder, Premiere Fluent in French Employment History: 2000-present: Co-owner and operator of Blue River Music Studios • Blue River Music Studios is a small business providing music instruction to roughly 25 students in voice, banjo and guitar. • In addition to teaching many of the classes, Devon is responsible for marketing and developing the business, scheduling classes and teachers and handling the company finances. 2009-2010: Stringed instrument sales representative at Tom Lee Music, Surrey, B.C. • Devon differentiated himself from other salespeople by building trusted relationships with customers based on honest and unbiased information which led to an increase in repeat business from customers who were specifically seeking his assistance. 2009: Animator/ generalist for Robertson Productions • Created animations, designs and models for advertising 2002-2009: Music instructor at Rufus Guitar Shop, Vancouver, B.C. • Taught private guitar and banjo lessons 2006: Multi-instrumentalist for Nettwerk Recording Artists The Clumsy Lovers • Performed over 100 shows throughout the United States and Canada 2004-2006: Entertainer (banjo/voice) at the Richmond Country Farms Pumpkin Patch • Performed bluegrass music solo and with other musicians Assorted Career Highlights: 2007: Perfomed in front of Parliament in Victoria for Canada Day Celebrations 2006: Hired to tutor actor James Kirk on guitar for the film The Party Never Stops 2004: Recorded mandolin for the multiple Leo award winning short film The Beast of Dulle Griet 2000- Present: Guitarist and songwriter in folk duo In Blue River 2004- Present: Banjo player for bluegrass quartet The Tishomingo String Band 2002: Wrote and recorded music for the short film Everywhere, All Over Volunteer Work: • Performed children's music for daycares and preschools in Vancouver, New Westminster and Coquitlam • Performed music at a number of charity functions including The Special Olympics in Montana and the Vancouver FEMA Thailand benefit • 2000-2002; Tutored fellow students in music courses, York University, Toronto, ON References: Available upon request
Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada
Elisabeth Charbonneau - Freelance Painting & Screenwriting
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4.5
2 Skills
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I'm an award winning writer, funded by the UK Lottery Fund. For my script Kochana Cafe. My script Voices Inside was produced by BBC producer Bernard Walton. I'm also a director 60x24 a film I wrote and directed was screened at Soho Curzon. The screening sold out! You can view clips of my directing and wrting work on www.itaintporn.comI also act you can view my acting work on http://www.nextcat.com/Elisabeth or request showreel link via email. Currently I'm working on a screenplay written in French, and my art exhibition which will tour across eruope. I paint, mosaic, and write poetry, often mixing the mediums. I'm also a qualified Indian Head Massage therapist.
United Kingdom
Vivek Veluri - Freelance Poem Writing & Transcription
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3.5
2 Skills
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Education •MSc Manufacturing Management from the University of Bradford, UK. •B.E., Mechanical Engineering, from The National Institute of Engineering, Mysore, Karnataka in 2010 with cumulative aggregate 56.03% •P.U.C in Mathematics & Science from BHS First Grade College, Jayanagar, Bangalore in 2005– 81.2%. •ICSE, Vijayavani Residential School, Andhra Pradesh in 2003– 72.8%. Interests •Music, Poetry, Painting, Photography, Travel, Trekking, Table tennis, Football.
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Kerry Cooke - Freelance Book Design & Book Cover Design
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4.5
2 Skills
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I am a experienced book designer/typesetter with over 20 years typesetting experience in numerous facets of the industry, and over 10 years experience in publishing alone. As a freelance I work mainly in the fields of publishing and government projects. I offer cover design, text design, typesetting and diagram redrawing as services to any industry that requires the production of printed material. I also have solid experience in logo design and stationery development.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Syntia Lopez - Freelance Photography & Nature Photography
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3.0
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I have strong computer literacy and knowledge of the Windows environment and its applications, exceptional attention to detail and accuracy, ability to work with tight deadlines, strong multi-tasking ability. I am a highly ambitious person that will give 100% of my effort to complete a task. I am creative and talented in photography. I currently do not have freelance experience but I plan to change that fact. I am skilled in writing and photography and plan to pursue this area of expertise.
Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
Teri Harriet - Freelance Digital Art & Graphic Design
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3.5
2 Skills
$60
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After receiving a BFA in Sculpture and Functional Art from the University of Minnesota - Minneapolis and an Associates degree in Graphic design, Teri Harriet's fifteen year career path has lead her from furniture making, illustrating, graphic design, creative consulting, business development, sales and marketing and interactive project management; only to find her way back to the fine arts, illustration and graphic design.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Ted Waters - Freelance Photo Editing & Journalistic Photography
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THEODORE G. WATERS, III 9601 ASHTON ROAD, L-28 PHILADELPHIA, PA 19114 (267) 575-5128 Email: ots1theo@yahoo.com OJECTIVE: To provide excellent service in the field of art and contribute my active experience for discovering new horizons. I would like to exploit my potential and handling the key responsibilities and performance to the best level. EDUCATION HISTORY: 2004 – PRESENT Cheyney University of Pennsylvania Majoring in Fine Arts • Dean’s List Fall 2009 • October Gallery 2009 • Cheyney University Annual Student Art Show 2010 • Edgemont Township Art Appreciation 2010 2000 - 2004 Roxborough High School • Army JROTC program, on the Drill Team, and was selected along with 14 other cadets to take a trip to England. • Received Rank of Captain before graduating. Served as the assistant S-5 whereas I was to create newsletters for the program. • Contributed building a basketball team of cadets, and scheduling games against other high school JROTC cadets. • Volunteered for honor guard details, fund raising for the program, and community clean ups. • Inducted into the National Beta Club, and awarded The Chaplain of Four Chaplains for outstanding community service. VOLUNTEER WORK • Photography work for a non profit organization called HIP HOP. • Event photographer for church functions. Page 2 of 2 Theodore G. Waters, III November, 2007- Jomars January, 2008 Sales Associate • Sales associate responsibilities included but not limited to answering, or helping customers with any and every inquiry that they have. Other responsibilities included setting up and breaking down displays, rearranging each section, housekeeping duties, and opening closing crew. September, 2007 – Marshall’s December, 2007 Receiving • In the Distribution Center a “Lumper” or receiver responsibilities were to unload trailers of shipments. The shipments had to be broken down by product order numbers, and or style numbers then stacked onto pallets. It is processed into the warehouse inventory system, then labeled May, 2006 – Cardinal Health August, 2006 Production Line Packer • Responsibilities included but not limited to packaging medicine, stacking the finished products on pallets, moved into the warehouse for quality assurance, stored then shipped.
United States
Leona Charles - Freelance Grant Writing & Business Plan Writing
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4.5
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Leona is a seasoned professional with over ten years of experience in project management, acquisition and federal procurement reporting. She has proven experience in developing diversity goals in contracting and commercial departments, managing and developing diversity program reviews, policy implementation, advocacy, and strategic research. Key skills include: training, organizing, conducting analysis of organizational and projects, public speaking and staff development. She supports a broad spectrum of clients including the manufacturing industry in the United Kingdom, the US Department of Defense and US nonprofit organizations. Education Certifications Areas of Expertise Masters of Business Administration-University of Phoenix Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (LSSBB) Supplier Diversity Project Management Institute (PMI) Program Management Bachelors of Arts-Criminal Justice University of Texas-San Antonio Total Quality Management (TQM) Organizational Change Management Contracting Procedures and Policies PROFESSIONAL BENCHMARKS Key Areas of Knowledge Diversity Strategy Initiatives, Project/Program Management, Formulation of Program Goals, Program/Project Improvement, Business Analysis/Auditing, Progressive Management Practices, Community/Public Relations, Strategic Partnership Development, Senior Level Management and Leadership Testimony and Presentation, Urban Multicultural Programs and Benchmarking. Subject Matter Expert Demonstrated knowledge of Federal Procurement, ESRS ISSR/SSR, DFARS and FAR Reporting, Maryland and Local regulations with the particular emphasis on Diversity Program Management, Procurement, Budget and Maryland MOU Compliance. Experience in preparing and presenting analysis of Federal contracting goals, Supplier Diversity Programs and the management of procurement reporting requirements. Business Development She has worked with resources and partners on a Federal, state and Local Level to find sources and implement strategic alliances, partnerships and joint venture initiatives for small businesses. Her involvement in multiple private organizations incorporates entrepreneurial knowledge with organizational objectives. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Supplier Diversity Program Manager Southern Maryland Electrical Cooperative (SMECO) January 2014-Present • Increased the percentage of diverse suppliers from 3.42% to 9.25% in 8 months through effective working relationships with internal buyers, employees and vendors. • Oversaw the management of requests for information (RFI’s), Requests for Bids/Invitations to Bids (RFB/ITB’s) and Request for Proposals for 6 departmental buyers. • Created and implemented the Supplier Diversity Council comprised on key buyers from 6 purchasing departments to create purchasing forecasts, developing internal outreach strategies and external vendor outreach events. • Managed the daily compliance of federal and state contract compliance in terms of ISSR/SSR reporting and Public Service Commission diversity goals utilizing knowledge of state and federal contract policies and procedures. • Prepared and analyzed combined unit spending of $125m and oversaw an individual program budget of $300K. • Supervised supplier registration and recommending program changes and/or improvements. • Developed initial program policies and implemented a standard operating procedure for both vendors and buyers. • Developed diverse bidder’s plans and tracked progress. • Independently engaged internal staff, vendors, Public Service Commission and external private organizations. • Oversaw the programming planning decisions, vendor outreach sessions, vendor debriefs and pre-bid meetings. • Served as the single point of contact and the SME for staff to develop effective business initiatives and implementation plans. • Responsible for the presentation of written and oral organizational ideals, plans and goals to the public, private organizations, government agencies and points of contact and to the Public Service Commission. • Responsible for the public testimony on behalf of organization regarding the Supplier Diversity Program and the progress of the program. • Responsible for the oversight and administration of a $50M federal utility contract to include ISSR, SSR and subcontracting reports, subcontractor regulatory compliance,contract modification and regulation adherence. President/CEO SPC Business Consulting - Washington, DC 2008-Present Sample Client List and Accomplishments: Project Summary: Local Utility (SMECO) Ms. Charles is currently assisting Utility Cooperative (SMECO) with the compliance of Federal procurement reporting contract requirements. She ensures each year that the utility cooperative’s ISR and SSR are submitted bi-annually; she assists in the development and formulation of diversity goals, manages ISR and SSR year reporting preparation and submittal, reviews and analyzes SMECO subcontracting and supplier spending. She manages the review of the program progress and related reports. Project Summary: Local Government- (DC Water) Ms. Charles is currently collaborating with DC Water’s Contract Compliance division to develop a Supplier Diversity Program to create a subcontracting pipeline ensuring DC Water meets internal diversity goals for its capital improvement projects. Some of the central responsibilities of the program are to formulate qualified small and minority businesses goals, develop the program objectives, scope, participant requirements and evaluate program progress. Program Goal: The development and implementation of a mentor/protégé program for small businesses subcontractors. Project Summary: Non-Profit (College of Southern Maryland Small Business Development Center) Ms. Charles is currently developing, implementing and overseeing the creation of a DBE pilot Certification program for local small and minority-owned subcontractors in Charles County in partnership with the College of Southern Maryland SBDC. Ms. Charles will oversee program responsibilities such as the formulation and implementation of program objectives, goals and metrics; the development of program acceptance/rejection criteria, the development of a fast track procurement readiness program for unqualified companies, the identification of strategic partners on state, local and federal level to build and a leverage a program pipeline. Ms. Charles will oversee the program participants approximately 20 companies and the project staff. Program Goal: To create a pipeline to the State Highway Administrations Supplier Diversity Program and build capacity for small and minority subcontractors. Project Summary: Professional Organization (Lakenheath Organization Board) Ms. Charles facilitated the coordination of vendor procurement outreach sessions, communicated with potential vendors regarding upcoming opportunities, trained vendors ISSR/SSR reporting requirements, oversaw the evaluation of submitted bids, handled contract compliance oversight, developed scopes of work, sourced vendors and awarded low threshold procurements based on the rule of two. Ms. Charles regularly facilitated pre-bid meetings, formal bid openings, post-award debriefings and kick-off meetings. Ms. Charles oversaw the hiring, training, performance reviews and disciplinary hearings for a staff of 20 and managed over 50 vendors. Community Positions Board Member National Small Business Alliance March 2015-Present Economic Development Council and Technology Committee Leona Charles serves in a committee member capacity representing small and diverse business on a variety of legal and social issues. The purpose of these boards is to provide our membership with advocacy regarding current and pending legislation that effects their ability to do business domestically and internationally. Vice President National Contract Management Association-Chesapeake Bay Chapter July 2014 - Present Leona Charles serves an important and high profile leadership role in the chapter planning, budgeting and implement chapter programs. She is responsible for assessing the professional development, leadership training, day to day operations and continuing education of chapter members conducting chapter workshop sessions on topics such as: ? Contract Management/Subcontractor reporting compliance ? Federal Supplier Diversity Programs ? Joint Ventures and Teaming ? Procurement/Acquisition Regulation and Policy (DFARS/FARS) ? Acquisition Compliance Review ? Contracting Experience and Acquisition Training Secretary/University Initiative Chair-Chair of Membership Committee December 2011-Present Institute of Management Consultants-National Capital Region Leona Charles serves as an integral part of the leadership team for the National Capital Region deciding on leadership strategies, policy decisions, committee responsibilities and day to day operations of the chapter. As the University Initiative chair she is responsible for the business development and relationship strengthening of local University Business Schools and the NCR chapter. Maryland Entrepreneurs Resource List Entrepreneur Consultant 2012-Present Leona Charles works TEDCO providing entrepreneurs within the Technology and Biomedical sectors mentoring companies at all levels including: ? Creating Policy and Procedure ? Development and Training ? Developing Standard Operating Procedures Southern Maryland Black Chamber of Commerce Secretary May 2013-Present Leona Charles works with the Southern Maryland Black Chamber helping to provide an infrastructure and entrepreneurial support to businesses of all sizes within Southern Maryland. She is responsible for ensuring that the chamber is compliant the rules and regulations of a non-profit as well as with the membership bylaws. Along with the other members of the Executive Board, she shapes the image, constructs and managers the membership events, develops and implements initiatives as well as develops business relationships and partnerships for the organization. Key Initiatives: ? Vice Chair of the Annual Procurement and Entrepreneur Expo held at the College of Southern Maryland. ? SMECO Mentor/ Protégé Advisory Council ? Annual Entrepreneurship GALA Local Education Authority Governor Norfolk County Council September 2007-July 2009 Ms. Charles worked with the Norfolk County Council managing the workforce for local school systems. She was on the Executive Committee that oversaw the: ? Quality assessment of individual and industry professional development programs, curriculums and trainers in diversity training and adult learning. ? Collection and analysis of annual performance goals for training, budget, staff professional development, testing results, action plans, and improvement plans for the school it is assigned to. ? Analysis and alignment of KPI metrics and annual improvement plan for success or failure in relation to organizational goals/objectives set. ? Coordination and administration of the annual budget resource allocation. ? Evaluation and execution of pay policies, training policies, disciplinary strategies and executive appointments. ? Analysis and forecast of statistical significance or correlation between performance figures and strategic initiatives. ? Implementation of a succession planning strategy for the workforce.
Silver Spring, Maryland, United States