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Martha E Lewis-Ryan - Freelance Art, Drawing, Illustration, Sculpting, & Painting
1931
Kudos
4.5
11 Skills
$20
Rate/Hr
I am interested in branching out into other fields of Art. Each one of my drawings, sketches, paintings and sculptures are hand done personally. Each peace or drawing is an Original as I do not make prints or copies of any of my art. I keep a photo record of my work so there will never be duplicates of anything I create. All sculptures I create are one of a kind unless the piece is...
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Dwain Seppala - Freelance Mural Painting & Sculpting
12
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$76
Rate/Hr
Artist, mural painter, graphic designer, web site and data base development, highly skilled in technical and engineering related projects. Experienced running crews. Top notch project manager.
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

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EXPERIENCE Intelligence Specialist (GMI Analyst), US Army Special Operations Command, 4th MISO Gp (Abn), SSD SOUTHCOM, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. June 2010 – Present. Salary $74,931, IA 0132-03 (GS/GG 11), Annually. H-2919 MISO/PSYOP Lane, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 28310. 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Partnership Specialist - Hispanic/Latino. Partnership and Data Service Program, US Census Bureau, US Department of Commerce. Charlotte Regional Census Center, Raleigh. North Carolina. October 2008 – June 2010. Salary $72,027, Grade 12 Step 2. Annually. 3701 Arco Corporate Drive, Suite 250, Charlotte, NC 28273-7007. Coordinator: Patricia Fletcher (704) 936-5330. • Responsible for developing partnerships with state, local, and tribal governments; community-based organizations, faith-based groups; schools; media outlets; businesses; foreign governments, foreign organizations, and other grassroots entities in communities within the regional office area that includes the states of North and South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia. • Provided support to census field operations such as Recruitment, Be Counted, Questionnaire Assistance Centers, Non-Response Follow-Up, and others. • Conducted research, analyzed the regional office area, and assisted in the development of the regional plan for the PDS Program for the census. • Followed the goals and objectives, overall strategies, and major activities provided by headquarters staff as well as adhered to the budget allocations for the regional office for the planning and implementation of the program. • Conducted public affairs programs involving public information community relations activities and seeking cooperation; and presenting information to internal and external groups to inform them of program objectives, activities and gaining their cooperation. • Presented information to the public including media, state, and local government officials, community businesses, and organization program officers. • Captivated and work closely with Hispanic/Latino populations and community based organizations in Spanish language, as well as other foreign born populations and their communities. Public Information Officer/Hispanic Liaison. North Carolina Department of Revenue, State Government, Raleigh, North Carolina, February 2005 – October 2008. Salary $35,585 Annually. 501 N. Wilmington St. Raleigh, NC 27604. 40 hours per week. Supervisor: Kim Brooks (919) 733-5327, she can be contacted. • Developed and disseminate information to the State’s Spanish-Speaking population. • Assisted the department in its outreach efforts to the Hispanic community by working closely with the Public Information Officer as well as department’s employees in Raleigh and field offices across the state. • Key participant in agency’s Guest Worker Advisory Council. • Developed plans and strategies for improving communication with Spanish-Speaking taxpayers. • Contacted Spanish language newspapers, magazines, television and radio stations with information pertinent to Hispanic taxpayers and respond to questions from these media outlets, resulting in published articles and scheduled interviews with the department’s Secretary and other agency’s officers. • Represented the Department as the Spanish-Speaking spokesperson. • Translated the program materials to Spanish language. • Edited and proofread translated documents and legal tax instruction forms. • Oversaw the Website –Spanish link- content and updated information. • Translated and interpreted between Hispanics journalist and organization staff. • Organized and coordinated meetings, presentations and seminars, which resulted in the attendance over 150 people from the community and media reporters in such presentations. • Coordinated a statewide media campaign, which included television and radio spots and interviews, and newspaper feature articles. • Organized and coordinated the NCDOR exhibit at the North Carolina State Fair, where I have managed 60 people for a period of a month every year. 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Volunteer Coordinator. Haven House Services, Non-profit organization, Raleigh, North Carolina, March 2004–February 2005. Salary $24,800. 706 Hillsborough St. Suite 102 Raleigh, NC 27603. 40 hours per week. Supervisor: Kelsey Edwards (919) 833-3312. • To assist in the management of the mentoring program of the agency, including the recruitment, screening, training, supporting and matching of mentors with youth. • Work closely with court counselors and sources of volunteers in the community, as well as groups and organizations that are potential supporters of the program, especially the Hispanic Community. • Translate the program material to Spanish language. Translate and interpreter between Hispanics families and organization staff. • Organize meetings and presentations. • Design brochures. • Provide on-going support to the mentor and youth through regular contact. • Conduct background checks on all mentors applicants. Interview youth, family and court counselors to determine appropriateness of youth for program, to identify strengths and interests. • Design graphic tables to accurate the follows up. • Provide group activities for the mentors and youth. • Provide monthly support meetings for volunteers. • Arrange for recognition of volunteers of their services. • Maintain accurate and complete records of the activities of the mentors and the youth, as well as documentation of relevant background and evaluation information in accordance with prescribed record requirements. • Maintain data required by funding sources. • Available outside of normal business hours to accommodate the needs of the program. Public Affairs Officer, National Urban Transportation Foundation (FONTUR), administered by the Transportation Department, Caracas, Venezuela, October 1997-July1999. 40 hours per week. Calle Las Flores, Edif. FONTUR, Caracas, Venezuela. Supervisor: Albertina De Jesús. • Assisted director in responding to media inquiries. • Created and supervised publications. • Coordinated, wrote and selected the visual and written material needed for development of bimonthly internal magazine. • Researched, wrote and edited institutional texts, news, speeches, and press releases. • Developed informational brochures. • Wrote and developed advertising, campaigns, correspondences, slogans, and obituaries. • Directed placement of paid advertising. • Implemented local, state, regional, and national media relations programs. • Promoted programs and events. • Distributed information to the public and media agencies. • Coordinated, developed, and selected the photography files to be published in newspapers. • Professional contact with Buses Associations, State and Local Government Officials. • Planned, executed, and coordinated internal, external, including the presidential events, to enhance the institutional image. • Developed strategic plans for each special events. • Secured sponsoring partners. • Developed, managed, and maintained positive relationship with print and audiovisual media. • Accompanied media at special events. • Represented the institution on appropriate marketing and public relations groups. • Identified audience trends and oversaw budget in the communications and marketing unit. Reporter, Channel 32-TVS, Maracay, Venezuela, September 1996-September 1997. 40 hours per week. Zona Industrial San Jacinto, Maracay, Venezuela. Supervisor: Andreina Marco. • Researched and wrote TV scripts covering culture, entertainment, crime, science, health, economic, politic, strikes, and community news. • Executed text processing in TV script. • Conducted live interviews of politicians and community leaders, and live broadcasting. • Broadcasted events, culture, politics, economy, and community news. • Edited news in Betacam and Super VHS systems and by text processing of TV script. • Created the cultural and educational segment inside the news program “El Informativo TVS”. • Cooperated with the society in growth their communities. • Conducted crime scene searches. • Investigated criminal activities. • Interviewed person in connection with criminal cases being investigated. • Assisted other law enforcement agencies in the investigation and prosecution of cases. • Interacted effectively with a variety of individuals from diverse background in the general population. Professor, University Of Santa Maria, Maracay, Venezuela, April 1997-September 1997. 4 hours per week. Avenida Santos Michelena, Centro Comercial La Capilla, Maracay, Venezuela. • Lectured on Public Opinion and led small groups discussions at Graduate level. Professor, Santiago Mariño Technical College, 4 hours per week, Zona Industrial San Jacinto, Edificio SMTC, Maracay, Venezuela, February 1997, September 1997. • Taught Media Planning and Cinema to undergraduates using standard classroom equipment and multimedia. Correspondent Assistant, German Press Agency (DPA), Caracas, Venezuela, November 1993- May 1996. 40 hours per week. Avenida Urdaneta, Edificio El Universal, Caracas, Venezuela. 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LANGUAGES Native Spanish speaker, English as a Second Language in Wake Technical Community College, German Certified Advanced by Goethe Institut, and Italian studied in the Italian Catholic Missionary School “John Pope XXIII”. 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Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States
Angela R Cole - Freelance Admin Support & Help Desk
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3.5
2 Skills
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Maywood, Illinois, United States
Karl Keczkemethy - Freelance Article Writing & Creative Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
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I am a college grad with degree in kinesiology (biomechanics) with independent study in literature and music. I have been writing most of my life and am looking for any and all level entry writing positions. I am currently working on a book on ego and creating a blog for open philosophy and discussion. My education as for as writing goes includes courses taken in creative, technical, and business writing. I have also taken courses on English and American Literature as well as upper level grammar and basic writing. I have co-written a few plays for local theater and a few scripts for local film; I also have written and composed two albums (music) for local purposes. I prefer creative writing and hope to work freelance for a variety of subjects and needs.
Springfield, Missouri, United States
Summer Stewart - Freelance Content Writing & Editing
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4.5
2 Skills
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A seasoned freelance author and editor with a distinct eye for detail and professional criticism. Currently completing a dual degree in nutritional sciences and English, I am the perfect candidate for any editing, proofreading, revision work, and content production. In the industry, I have worked with Yahoo!, San Diego Entertainer, Just Luxe, and many small businesses to complete beautiful crafted content.
Sonora, California, United States
Tamara Mandel - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Article Writing
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Kudos
3.5
2 Skills
$75
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TAMARA MANDEL (818) 631-0069, TMandel007@gmail.com EDUCATION Pepperdine University Malibu, CA Master of Public Policy expected April 2011 W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University Tempe, AZ Master of Business Administration The Washington Campus Washington, D.C. Certificate in Business and Public Policy National University Sherman Oaks, CA Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science COMMUNITY OUTREACH / INTERNSHIPS West Hollywood City Council West Hollywood, CA Intern for Mayor Abbe Land May 2009 – October 2010 • Generating correspondence including Mayoral Letters, Staff Reports, as well as outreach to media including: E-Newsletters, web publications • Development of City events: Teen Summit, Meet The Mayor, Breast Cancer Awareness • Research and development of City ordinances including renewable energy and anti-smoking EveryWoman For Obama Los Angeles, CA Director October 2008 • Developed and managed $70K budget • Managed production team of over 100 people to build set, audio and video No On 8, Equality For All Los Angeles, CA Arizona Together Coalition Phoenix, AZ EXPERIENCE Tre Reigne Films Los Angeles, CA Business Development Consultant May 2008 – Present • Developed strategic plan for start-up feature film company dedicated to produce meaningful media and create social awareness • Advised management on improving all elements of business plan; including establishing optimum length and detailed analysis of commercial viability • Developed a strategy to secure seed money ($30 million and $3 million options) Artist Talent Management Pacific Palisades, CA Business Development Consultant December 2007 – Present Advised a start-up management company with business development and strategic development. • Developed long-term strategy for growth and sustainability • Developed brand resulting in increase visual recognition • Defined potential growth opportunities resulting in increase of above-the-line staff Circle of Friends Outpatient Services Los Angeles, CA Program Director February 2002 – August 2007 Privately owned chain of six substance abuse treatment centers serving a population with co-occurring disorders. • Developed company from inception to Program Director resulting in the opening of six sites • Developed community relationships resulting in 40% increase in client base • Designed training workshops for entire organization resulting in Board recognition for efficiency of improvements Corporate Development April 2001 – September 2001 Primary responsibility focused on state legislation, policies, and licensing agreements. • Developed and created over 350 policies and procedures for certification and licensure • Secured community partnerships resulting in initial organizational funding contract • Identified market opportunities SKILLS Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac, Mircosoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat; Palisade @ Risk, PrecisionTree; Crystal Ball
West Hollywood, California, United States
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2 Skills
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Douglass, Kansas, United States
Crystal Statskey - Freelance Photo Editing & Photography
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2 Skills
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Certified in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Time management skills. Organization and prioritization skills. Strong verbal and personal communication skills. Booking and promotion. Social networking. Adaptability and ability to work under pressure. Problem analysis, use of judgment and ability to solve problems efficiently. Specialties: Certified in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Licensed in Cosmetology. Experienced in Booking and Promotion. Photographer. Education: College Student-Alumni The Institute of Production and Recording March 2010 – October 2011 (1 year 8 months) -Took photography classes for 2 quarters. Please visit my portfolio: Crystal Rock Photography on Facebook.com Work History: Stylist Mastercuts October 2009 – March 2011 (1 year 6 months) Bloomsburg, PA Cashier, Floor, and Lottery Country Fresh Market June 2008 – April 2009 (11 months) Benton, PA
Stillwater, Pennsylvania, United States
Judy Boersen - Freelance Advertising & Copywriting
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4.0
2 Skills
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When choosing a writer, I think it's a good idea to choose one who is smart, easy and fun to work with. Find one who is takes the time to understand your needs and is remarkably perceptive. It helps too, if the person creates work that makes you look dynamite –– never better. And while you're at it, choose one who helps you reach (and exceed!) your marketing objectives. My clients have said these things about me, and put their sentiments in writing. They range from international corporations, nonprofits and regional companies to educational institutions and local businesses in the hospitality, political, financial, medical and retail sectors. I enjoy creating great advertising and marketing campaigns –– and I'd love to help you move your organization to the next level. Call today and let's get started.
Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States