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Beth Gadd - Freelance Art & Sculpting
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Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom

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Ken Micallef - Freelance Proofreading & Editing
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KENNETH G. MICALLEF 121 MacDougal Street #24, NYC 10012 * (212) 460-8839 * (646) 549-8622 KenMicallef@yahoo.com EXPERIENCE: Record Press Appellate Printer New York City September 2013 to Present Proofreader *Proofreading briefs, records, TOAs, TOCs and appendices for state and federal court filings The Froebe Group 2011 to 2012 Proofreader *Proofreading grammar, punctuation, and style for Aspen Publisher’s legal textbooks Command Printers (short-term proofreading assignment) 2010 Cravath, Swaine & Moore (short-term proofreading assignment) Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy New York City 1999-2009 Legal Assistant 1999-2009/Second Shift Co-coordinator 1999-2005 *Practice support – Corporate, Finance, Litigation, Intellectual Property, Tax, Trust & Estates *Proofreading (revisions, full record, scan & clean, book read, black/red lining, TOA, TOC) *Document cross-reference and definition checks, cite-check, Bluebooking *Shepardizing case cites via LEXIS/NEXIS; LEXIS/NEXIS and Westlaw research *Marking Table of Authorities *Closing support: closing sets, word processing, coordination with other support depts. *JFS, Ipro and Lotus Notes database documentation and electronic discovery *Case pulls and document collation from electronic court dockets; binder & index creation *(1999-2005) Co-coordinating second shift workload for staff of eight: liaison with attorneys, word processing, duplicating, Fed Ex, reception and general support staff *Preparing documents for discovery, UCC, trial, hearings, depositions, and client meetings . Metroproof, Inc. New York City 1995-1998 Freelance proofreader *Temporary legal proofreading on a long term basis (“perma-temp”) at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy; temporary positions at White & Case; Chadbourne & Parke; Shearman & Sterling; Sullivan & Cromwell; Davis Polk & Wardwell; Rogers & Wells; Simpson Thacher & Bartlett; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz *Black/red lining, book-read, revisions & full record proofreading *Advertising proofreading Computer Skills: Programs: Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook Express, Westlaw, LEXIS/NEXIS, JFS/Lotus Notes, Real Legal LiveNote, Quark, Photoshop Education: Central Piedmont Community College, Charlotte, NC Major: Advertising Design
New York, New York, United States
Rajaa H - Freelance Arabic Translation & Article Writing
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Translator since 2003 with a BA in translation from the Lebanese University. Native Arabic speaker. Worked on financial, legal, journalistic, and general translations. Familiar with different Arabic dialects including Kuwaiti and Lebanese.
Birmingham, Alabama, United States
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
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Terri Grey - Freelance Content Writing & Fiction Writing
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$5
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Terri Grey 1043 Gladmer park Regina SK S4P 2X9 306-550-6390 terrig@sasktel.net OBJECTIVE: To obtain a position in the field of administration and customer service. EDUCATION: September 1998 - June 2002 Thom Collegiate High School September 2002 - May 2003 SIAST Business Program (not completed) September 2003 - May 2004 SIAST Office Education Certificate September 2004 - May 2005 SIAST Medical Office Assistant (not completed) 2012 – Medical Terminology September 2012 – present Medicine Hat College Therapist Assistant Program SKILLS/ABILITIES: Ability to work with others Ability to work independently Punctual Quick Learner Goal Oriented Hard Worker WORK EXPERIENCE: Permanent Full Time Operating Room Scheduler Surgical Patient Information Management Regina Centre Crossing December 2013 – present Duties: Scheduling surgery dates for patients Notifying patients of their surgery times Answering phone calls Printing out doctor’s scheduled lists for surgery Speaking with Dr. Office’s Photocopying Faxing Mailing out letters Rescheduling appointments for patients Temporary Full Time Appointment Clerk CT Booking Regina General Hospital December 2012 - present Duties: Answering the phone Putting patients on the waiting list Booking appointments for patients Rescheduling appointments for patients Mailing out letters Phoning patients to notify of appointments Photocopying Permanent Full Time Office Clerk/Appointment Clerk Radiology Regina General Hospital November 2010 - present Duties: Answering the phone Ordering x-rays for patients Filing Getting films and reports for doctors Putting patients on the waitlist Confirming appointments/ Reminding patients of appointments Temporary Full Time Registration Clerk Kidney Health Center May 2009 - November 2009 Duties: Answering the phone Sorting mail Filing Registering patients Temporary Full Time Receptionist Functional Rehab Program Wascana Rehab Center April 2007 - April 2008 Duties: Answering the phone Sorting and sending out mail Dictation Booking appointments into the computer Casual Registration Clerk Regina General Hospital/Pasqua Hospital April 2006 - April 2007, April 2008 - June 2009 Duties: Registering patients into the hospital Giving them directions to how to get to different units Permanent Full-Time Customer Service Representative Tim Hortons 2005—2006 Duties: Taking customers orders Making coffee Making sandwiches Serving lunch to customers Taking cash and handling money Stocking product Certificates: First Aid/CPR C/AED certificate from St. John’s Ambulance Summer 2012. References: Available upon request
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Yamilka Noa - Freelance Nature Videography & Advertising Videography
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I believe that my experience and education will make me a very competitive candidate for the position I decided to take. The key strengths that I possess for success in this position include: . I am a Video Production & Film Studies student with a strong knowloges as editor. . I also have experience in learning and excelling at new technologies as needed.
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Angie Proctor - Freelance Business Card Design & Children's Book Writing
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I have been writing since I was in my early teens. I truly feel that it is a God given gift and I would love to be able to share it with the rest of the world. My work history/resume, doesn't include any freelance publications, and for me to even try and begin to explain, not only my deep passion for writing, but how I truly feel it could help and inspire so many people, I can only beg for an opportunity to share some of what I've writen over the years. I've had my own Real Estate business, I've done substitute teaching, I've managed two other businesses and I've always been a full-time mother. I'm certain you all hear this day in and day out, but I can PROMISE YOU that it would be SO well worth your time if you please give me an opportunity to share with you, (what I've heard others tell me nearly my whole life), that I NEED TO GET MY SONGS/POEMS IN THE RIGHT HANDS AND THEY WOULD BE NUMBER ONES! I can promise you faithfully, being famous or rich is something I couldn't care less about. I just want to show my children that if you set your mind to something you can do anything. My twelve year old tells his friends all the time that his mom's going to be a famous songwriter one day. All I want is to be able to get by in this horrible economy right now. PLEASE just give me a chance. I can't stand feeling like I'm bragging on myself, but I don't know how else to put it, (without writing a short story-and this is supposed to be a resume), please forgive me for rambling...I'm just excited....I have some REALLY GOOD STUFF, and it would be SO WELL WORTH YOUR TIME to please allow me the chance to share it with you. THANK YOU SO VERY, VERY MUCH!!! GOD BLESS YOU!!!
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Richard Ulsh - Freelance Press Release Writing & Article Writing
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4.5
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$50
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Deputy Branch Head, Media Relations Headquarters Marine Corps May 2013 – Present (3 months) Headquarters Marine Corps Director of Communication, Aviation Headquarters Marine Corps May 2012 – Present (1 year 3 months) Washington D.C. Metro Area - Serve as communication council for the Deputy Commandant of Aviation. - Develop, coordinate, and implement communication strategies in support of the Commandant of the Marine Corps, Deputy Commandants, and HQMC agencies, which includes the development of media engagement plans, news releases, communication guidance, and internal communication products. - Research, plan, and conduct media engagements in support of service-level objectives and CMC priorities, which includes engagement preparation of senior leaders and staff. - Develop and promulgate media analysis products to senior leaders and communication staffs throughout the Marine Corps in order to synchronize communication efforts across Marine Corps Aviation. - Respond to news media queries as an official spokesperson for the Marine Corps. 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit Director of Communication 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit June 2009 – July 2011 (2 years 2 months)Jacksonville, North Carolina Area As the Director of Communication, developed and executed the command's communication strategy, which included social media, media relations, press operations, community relations, and crisis communication. Provided media/engagement training to the commander, subject matter experts, and other senior officers. During the deployment to the U.S. Central, European, and African Commands, coordinated strategic communication efforts across all commands and agencies to support operations including humanitarian assistance in Pakistan, Operation ODYSSEY DAWN and the rescue of a downed Air Force pilot in Libya, Afghanistan augmentation, evacuation of Egyptian citizens from Tunisia during the Arab Spring, NATO-led operations in Libya, and bilateral security cooperation training. Director of Communication 2nd Marine Logistics Group January 2007 – June 2009 (2 years 6 months)Jacksonville, North Carolina Area - Serve as the direct communication council for the commanding general, 2nd Marine Logistics Goup. - Develop, coordinate, and implement communication strategies in support of the commanding general, which includes the development of media engagement and crisis communication plans, news releases, communication guidance, and internal communication products. - Research, plan, and conduct media engagements in support of group-level objectives and the commanding general's priorities, which includes engagement preparation of senior leaders and staff. - Develop and promulgate media analysis products to senior leaders and communication staffs in order to synchronize communication efforts across the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force. - Supervise and manage web content on both the command's and all subordinate commands' Internet sites. - Respond to news media queries as an official spokesperson for 2nd Marine Logistics Group. Deputy Director of Communication, Media Operations Combined Joint Task Force 101 March 2008 – September 2008 (7 months)Bagram, Afghanistan - Develop, coordinate, and implement communication strategies in support of the commanding general, which includes the development of media engagement plans, news releases, communication guidance, and internal communication products. - Research, plan, and conduct media engagements in support of task force-level objectives and commanding general priorities, which includes battlefield circulation visits and engagement preparation of senior leaders. - Supervise all evening media operations. - Respond to news media queries as an official spokesperson for Combined Joint Task Force 101. Commanding Officer Headquarters Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 27 June 2007 – February 2008 (9 months)Camp Lejeune, North Carolina Enlisted assignments NROTC Advisor, Platoon Sergeant, Squad Leader November 1997 – December 2005 (8 years 2 months) - Squad leader developed and implemented squad training and operations; 7th Marine Regiment, Twentynine Palms, California. - Platoon Sergeant planned and executed platoon operations. These operations included training and planned exercises; 7th Marine Regiment, Twentynine Palms, California. - NROTC Advisor mentored college students aspiring to become Navy and Marine Corps officers in leadership and ethics; Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont.
Bristow, Virginia, United States
DeAngelo Dixon - Freelance Graphic Design & Illustration
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Looking for a position as a Graphic Designer/ Illustrator. Objective Education Portfolio and References are available upon request. McDonald’s Pittsburgh, PA 15219 10/1/10 • Crewmember. • W orking on table Volunteer Work First Baptist Church Sharon, PA 16146 • Youth Counselor De AngeloDixon (412)-758-6021 Email: deangelodixon1991@yahoo.com Website: http://deangelomauricedixon.webs.com/ Associate of Science Degree in Graphic Design, e Art Institute of Pittsburgh, PA. September 2011 Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop Illustrator InDesign MSWord Powerpoint Computer Skills Microso Oce: Procient at hands on designs and comonly used Adobe applications. Able to meet deadlines as well as digital illustrations. Qualications Work Experience
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Veronica Pallos - Freelance Blog Writing & Secretarial
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SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Provided accurate interpretation services in the medical and legal fields. Five years of experience as interpreter in workers’ compensation cases. Translations from English into Spanish a variety of documents. Two years of experience as a Spanish and French substitute teacher. Proficient MS Office. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE ITRANS International Services, Atlanta, GA Interpreter Freelance interpreter in workers’ compensation cases Interpreted at medical appointments and legal depositions 2004 Archdiocese of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA Translator (freelance) Resource Manual for Parish Stewardship Renewal – 2004 and legal documents for web publication. Atlanta Legal Aid, Atlanta, GA Translator and editor Segments of the book (for web publication): “An introduction to the Law in Georgia” 3rd edition. Published by Carl Vinson Institute of Government. EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA Graduate Certificate in Translation (May 2011) Bachelor of Arts, *** Laude. Major in Spanish with concentration in International Business Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 40 hours of Legal Interpreting Training Culture Connect 40 hours of Medical Interpreting Training Georgia Perimeter College, Atlanta, GA Associate of Arts. Centro de Formación en Turismo, Lima, Peru Associate Degree in Tourism Management. Alliance Française, Lima, Peru Diploma in French Language. Registered Court Interpreter, State of Georgia. Member of Atlanta Association of Interpreters & Translators, AAIT, ATA and ALTA Certified Travel Agent, Institute of Certified Travel Agents (ICTA). REFERENCES Will be Provided Upon Request
Atlanta, Georgia, United States