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David Anzalone - Freelance Blog Writing & Songwriting
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3.0
2 Skills
$35
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I am a 31 year old male from Western New York. I graduated from Dunkirk High School. I also took college classes at Jamestown community College and Marist University in communications and other related fields.
Buffalo, New York, United States
Bethony Kay - Freelance Singing & Songwriting
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4.5
2 Skills
$50
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Singer Songwriter very versatile, experienced in writing/performing soulful songs and covers,
Buffalo, New York, United States
Rachel - Freelance Songwriting & Personal Assistance
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4.5
2 Skills
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Buffalo, New York, United States

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Alicia Sanchez - Freelance Graphic Design & Article Writing
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ALICIA SANCHEZ Cell: 954-804-6244 |email:rikarena24k@yahoo.com ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ OBJECTIVE: Looking to obtain a leadership position to exercise my knowledge and experience in countless capacities. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ EXPERIAN SIMMONS 9/2008-4/2009 Bilingual Project Manager II, Market Research & Training Analysis • Lead for training bilingual staff and translations of market research projects • Industry Market Research for National Consumer Survey and Hispanic Supplemental (Syndicated Research) • Analyze consumer behavior models from data using multivariate techniques, including regression and syndicated analysis, and cluster analysis. • Created dynamic/ vibrant innovative Power Point Presentations and project outlines for future goal assessments for training and Data Collections team • Project Manager Role in the Hispanic Supplemental research project that analyzes the Hispanic /Latino demographics within the United States. • Analyze data from the call centers who initiate the surveys that identify purchase intents and patterns for business to consumer direct marketers. • Organize and present training information to staff for in-house strategic management and operation initiatives • Identified target markets, constructed complex questionnaires for call center interviewers, manage conducted telephone interviews for pre sample, sample management of demographic households chosen, compiled and analyzed the data on daily/weekly/monthly analysis . • Consent on quality for Media Council Rating for all reports and interviewer training for audits given to Ernst & Young. Addressing marketing research needs to help with retrieval of respondent participation for surveys, i.e. marketing segmentation, concept testing for mailing and advertisings, and product usage and awareness. • Gathered data from managers in a wide variety of industries including consumer goods, high technology, banking, retailing, and health care to help implement innovative approaches to succeed within the competitors. • Lead the development and implementation of training materials; manage outsourced outbound call centers that conduct the pre sample survey. AMERICAN EXPRESS 8/2007- 9/2008 Business Analyst/Project Manager, Interactive Services Unit • Development of reporting and analysis for the Telephone Service Center Initiatives • Organized and conducted a focus group within market segment, analyzed and dovetailed the results from 2 data-gathering approaches, tested original assumptions, and wrote and presented a report to management including recommendations for future action. • Clients and Consumer research analysis for financial portfolios • Support Project initiatives related to Interactive Service Unit and Mobile services • Support presentations and liaison with management and on network retention views • Communicating with stake holders on updates to our customer service portal for policies and procedures • Design and build reports with specified timeframes, validation of testing data for Online Data Capturing Tool. 11/2006- 8/2007 Supervisor/Team Lead, Triumph/Platinum Servicing • Supervisory role of 15 direct reports: end to end leadership addressing performance, attendance, and payroll • Promote an environment of empowerment where employees are encouraged to solve problems, address customer issues an d provide first contact resolution • Ensure the organization's values and goals are continuously reinforced to my team. • Participate in project activities across the lines of business and support the team by providing information relevant to their core job. • Coached 4 out of 15 associates to within band promotion • Over 5 months improved percentage of associates making performance metrics from 26.6% to 70% (4340BPS) 6/2006 – 11/2006 Leadership Path Program • Completed Associate Product Training, On Job Training and Certification • Demonstrated Associate role in Platinum Customer Focused Sales • Assignments: Extraordinary Customer Care Case Study, Departmental Research Presentations KAPLAN UNIVERSITY 1/2006 - 7/2006 Kaplan University, Cypress Creek Fl Admissions Counselor • Enrolling students to there perspective desired majors • Giving moral support ,advice and financial assistance knowledge for Kaplan • Top admissions rep within Fort. Lauderdale directorate over passing goal 125% • Driving results with enrollment, interviews and graduates MIAMI HIT FACTORY CRITERIA 10/2005 – 12/2006 Miami Hit Factory Criteria Studios, Miami, FL Assistant Manager • Daily communications with Record labels, booking of studios, financial data tracking. Scheduled & planned special events for artists and record labels for press releases • Negotiating with international record labels for business partnerships ESPN 6/2005 – 9/2005 ESPN, Bristol, CT Commercial Operations • Worked on International Networks, Scheduling Logs, Media viewing, Performed International feeds. Worked on NCS/SAP Database, formatted Billboards project • Facilitated team building strategies for weekly meetings. Initiated Ideas for ESPN 360 and Consumer Products. Knowledgeable in sports entertainment industry including AD sales, format, legal and programming _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ACHIEVEMENTS - Created the conceptual basis for the newly implemented 2007 FTL/TSC Rewards & Recognition Program - Bilingual Voice/Video Talent for Instructional Simulations for American Express Learning Network -Extensive Experience Working Virtual LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT - Situational Leadership - Consumer Small Business Merchant Services Orientation - Coaching for Success, Communicating Feedback - Leadership Learning Series Business Overviews EDUCATION Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership (Attending Currently) University Of Phoenix, Miramar, FL Masters of Business Administration/Global Management University Of Phoenix, Miramar, FL Bachelor of Science in Marketing Johnson & Wales University, North Miami, FL Associates of Science in Fashion Merchandising Johnson & Wales University, North Miami, FL LANGUAGES Read, write and fluently speak Spanish Basic French Beginner Portuguese
Port-of-spain, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Gloria Lee - Freelance Blog Writing & Photo Editing
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2.0
2 Skills
$25
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Education ? Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA B.A. May 2012 Major: Biological Sciences/Minor: Music ? University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO Non-Degree, May 2013 Major: Chemistry Honors ? Intel Science Fair Competition, 1st place, 05/2008 ? JSEHS Science Competition, 1st place, 05/2008 ? Cancer Research Center’s Abraham Eisenstark Scholarship, 07/2010, 07/2012, 07/2013 ? FASEB/MARC- ABRCMS Travel Award, 11/2010 ? Elaine Marieb Science Fellowship, 05/2011 ? FASEB/ASIP Summer Fellowship, 05-07/2011 ? Honor Society.org Member Award, UMC, 05/2013 ? AMWA (American Medical Women’s Association) Member, 2013-Present ? NAPW (National Association of Professional Women) Nominated Awardee, 2012-Present ? ASIP Membership, 2012-Present Research Experience ? Research Student Intern. Cancer Research Center. 06/2006-05/2008. Performed sterile techniques for numerous bacterial strain growth curve experiments, mainly helping projects with Salmonella typhimurium. I also developed knowledge and interest in Salmonella activation from dormancy, which led to a senior project on the evolutionary development of Salmonella strains from dormancy. I worked on this project under the guidance of Dr. Robert Kazmierczak and submitted my research findings for the Regional Intel Science fair and for the Junior academy of science at Jefferson City, MO and attended the JSEHS Science Symposium competition and received First place at the Intel Science Fair and receive an Honorary First place medal for outstanding presentation and innovative research project at the JSEHS Science Competition. ? Summer Research Intern. Seoul National Univ. College of Pharmacology. 05/2009-08/2009. Dr. Sunghoon Kim, an innovative researcher and Nobel-laureate in Korea was able to supervise me in my summer internship preceding my first year in college. Through my internship at his lab, I was exposed to his novel research project in the fields of Pharmaceutical research on cancer treatment by studying the protein domain complex and was able to master numerous molecular techniques such as protein extraction, yeast hybridization, transformation, western blotting to murine sample collection which helped contribute in data-collection for his project. I also revised and edited his manuscript drafts for publication. ? Roma Eisenstark Scholar. Cancer Research Center. 05/2011-08/2011. As a funded student intern and a research scholar, I continually worked under Dr. Abraham Eisenstark and Dr. Robert Kazmierczak on a bacterio-tumor therapeutic developmental project with a plant pathogen called Erwinia, and its phenotypic affinity and targeting abilities for PC- 3M prostate tumor cells. I had promising preliminary results during the summer which leads to my current post-baccalaureate research project; I identified a new possible vector strain for bacterio-tumor therapeutic usage by testing PC-3M tumor targeting efficiency rate with the three sub- set of Erwinia strains; carotovora, amylovora and herbicola. Amongst these three, Erwinia carotovora had the highest efficiency and was determined the best candidate strain for future bacterio-tumor therapeutic development studies. With these results and findings, I was able to receive the ABRCMS Travel Awards and presented my findings at the 2010 ABRCMS Conference as a Poster Presenter and also participated as a presenter at the LEAP symposium at Mount Holyoke College. ? ASIP Student Fellow. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. 05/2011-08/2011. As an ASIP fellow, I worked under Harvard Medical School instructor and Physician, Dr. Rajan Dewar who is a Pathologist and a Researcher at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Under his supervision, I worked at the lab of Dr. Roya Khosravi-Far in Beth Israel Deaconess. I collected publishable manuscript data regarding bortezomib drug’s effect on chronic myeloid, acute myeloid and acute lymphoblastic leukemia cell line for further development into clinical trials for possible FDA approval in utilizing bortezomib (commercially known as gleevec ©) for acute myeloid and lymphoblastic leukemia treatments. I looked at changes in foxo3 transcription factor level on these cell types in vitro when treated with different dosages and conditions of bortezomib. In two month time-period, I identified optimal treatment conditions for each cell type when administered with bortezomib to determine optimal conditions that could lead to apoptosis thereby leading to inhibition of growth of leukemic cell. ? Senior Independent Project Student. Mount Holyoke College, 09/2011-05/2012. Under Dr. Paola Sacchetti, I spent two years in college working on an independent research project. I developed a thesis project in dopaminergic cell line by looking first in the Wnt/ß-catenin pathway. I developed a logical research plan and wrote a proposal on the project to answer the questions as to what specific roles Nurr1 and ß-catenin intracellularly had on the dopaminergic neuronal specification pathway, specifically in the Human neuroblastoma cell line, SK N AS. In a year, I determined the protein-protein interaction of Nurr1 and ß-catenin through Western blotting with our neuronal cell line to show that Nurr1 has an inhibitory role in the production of ß-catenin and thus playing a pivotal role in allowing a proliferating dopaminergic cell to start differentiating into a Dopamine cell. This was a significant discovery, novel to the SK N AS cell type, due to its potentiality in being used in Parkinson’s disease (PD) patient treatment use by manipulating undifferentiated dopaminergic cells to be transplanted into PD patients. [Post-Baccalaureate Research] ? Research Scholar. Cancer Research Center. 05/2012- Present A research scholar and have been able to follow-through with the Erwinia project from my internship in year 2010 and have developed the project plan with this project in which I used to apply for NIH RO3 grants for our research center. Currently working on examining gene products that could potentially be responsible for tumor-targeting and Invasion phenotype for prostate tumor cells entitled, “Examination of Mutant Strains of Salmonella typhimurium over-expressing Potential Cancer Targeting and Invasion Phenotype genes in PC-3M Prostate Tumors via Invasion Assays,” and working for publication at mBIO Journal for January 2014 issue as a primary author. Leadership Experience ? Network Panel Manager (NGO/Non-profit/Human Right), Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA (Fall 2010) ? Managed panel discussions with five panel speakers for the New England Woman’s Conference in Fall 2010 ? Organized Panel speeches during the conference while inviting guest speakers ? Event Coordinator, Asian Center for Empowerment, Mount Holyoke College (2009-2010) ? Coordinated events for on-campus Asian Center For Empowerment Center ? Promoted diversity for Asian American on-campus for awareness ? President, Unite For Sight Mount Holyoke College Chapter, South Hadley, MA (Fall 2010- Present) ? Served community to support mission statement as an active member and leader of the Chapter ? Raised more than $2000 each year in support for Global Unite For Sight ? Organized fundraising events on-campus and attended Global Innovative Conference at Yale University ? Student Advisor, Office of Residential Life, South Hadley, MA (Spring 2010-Spring 2011) ? Built hall and floor community by coordinating/programming events monthly; trained in academic and counsel advising ? Advised first-year students for academic curriculum and activities on campus ? President, Mount Holyoke Koinoinia Fellowship, South Hadley, MA (2011-2012) • Developed a new organization with a new mission for developing Christian campus fellowship • Funding proposals submitted and approved for the organization accounting to more than $3000 in total for annual funds ? Historian, Glee Club, Mount Holyoke College (Fall 2008) • Created social groups online and worked closely with Adobe photoshop while attending officer meetings ? Responsible in being a photographer for choir events which were used for brochures and awareness posters ? Student Government Senator, Student Government Association, Mount Holyoke College (2009-2010) ? A Representative at on-campus Student Government Association for Korean American Sisters Association (KASA) ? Board member of KASA and attended senate meetings as a voice for KASA student body. Other Experience ? Student Intern, Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, Columbia, MO (Summer 2010) ? Shadowed Hem/oncology and Oncology Department Doctors; Dr. Felipe Manalo and John Freter ? Volunteered and shadowed 52 hours at the outpatient and inpatient clinic ? English Tutor, Art Center in Noryang Jin Church, Seoul, South Korea (Summer 2008) ? Developed teaching plans for students according to skill level in an Elementary English class of 20 students ? Tutored individual elementary students in grammar, reading and writing ? Woman Bible Study Group Leader, Amherst Koinonia Church, Amherst, MA (2010-2012) • Led small group bible study once a week throughout the year • On-campus representative for AKC’s women small group focusing on evangelism and spiritual growth ? Advisor in spiritual growth groups and administrator in campus ministry linked to MHKF ? Global Health Volunteer, Unite For Sight, Accra, Ghana (Summer 2011) ? Raised $1700 and collected 500 pairs of glasses for 100% on-site donation to Eye Clinics in Ghana ? Actively participated in outreaches in rural Ghanaian villages through visual acuity examination and medical dispensing ? Homework House Tutor, Homework House, Holyoke, MA (2011-2012) • Afternoon homework house tutoring for 3-5th graders for under-represented children who were failing their classes • A total exposure of 50+ hours in volunteered homework tutoring ? Private Tutor, Private lessons, Columbia, MO (May 2012- Present) • Private lessons for three students in the age range of 8-16 • Tutoring in violin lessons and ACT preparation • High school homework help, writing and reading help • High school AP Biology tutor ? Church Choir, Columbia Korean Baptist Church, Columbia, MO (September 2012- Present) • Sunday service singing and practicing consisting of more than 5 hours each week • Christmas and seasonal concert participation and Soprano section leader Skills Languages: Fluent in Korean; conversational French; conversational Japanese Computer: MS Word; Excel; PowerPoint; Publisher; Adobe Photoshop; Sony Vegas Moviemaker; SPSS; Audacity mixer Laboratory: ELISA’s, Western, Northern, Southern, Yeast hybridization, Extraction of DNA, RNA, protein, Protein purification, qPCR, RTPCR, gel electrophoresis, ponceau and coomasie staining, gel electrophoresis, in vitro cell culture maintenance and use, Fetal bovine heat activation, trypsinization, ficol, cell counting, WBC collection from murine sample, murine sample dissection, microbiology plating techniques such as isolation, patching and selection, gene cloning, plasmid purification, sonication, cell transformation, electroporation, etc.
South Roxana, Illinois, United States
Eduardo Irlanda - Freelance 3D Animation, Animation, 3D Graphic Design, & Digital Art
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4.0
4 Skills
$18
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I'm the Lead Animator at Teux Arts Inc. Puerto Rico. The most important thing about animating is to tell a story. I firmly believe that in my animations lies a story about not only how a character moves and acts but also how they feel. Ultimately, through appealing and interesting choices in poses and manipulation of the rig, the audience can connect on a deep emotion level with these animated characters. I will work for you and with you. As a strong team player I will tell your story and I will animate every scene with the utmost attention to detail. Currently working on our next big project in Puerto Rico, in May we will be presenting our game at the biggest convention of video game culture, Comic Con. - Mastery in Autodesk Maya, Unreal engine 4 and Unity. - Creation of realistic and cartoony animations for use in motion pictures, Video games or short films. - Manipulation of character rigs, objects, images, backgrounds, etc. - Seamless integration of animations into game engines like Unreal engine. - Proficient in camera work, staging, and special effects like sequencer, nparticles, nfluids, Nvidia Physx, Cascade etc. - Complete understanding of basic fundamentals, principles of animation and body mechanics. - Every pose is treated like a sculpt for maximum blocking efficiency. - Good perception of timing and rhythm.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Alex Mac Donald - Freelance Radio Production & Narration
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5.0
2 Skills
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I produced and hosted my radio show from the top of the tower at 97.1 FM for 4 years with my show "The Al show" focusing on paranormal and U.F.O news from around the World that the mainstream media doesn't either know about or just avoids talking about. I also have done narration for documentaries and promotional videos. I'm not intimidated by microphones or record buttons. Feel free to contact me if you would like a audio sample of my work. Thanks, Al
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Peter Altheide - Freelance Digital Art & 3D Graphic Design
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2.5
2 Skills
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Peter Altheide Email: P1altheide@hotmail.com Address: 132 Pine View Drive, Apt 4. Carmel IN, 46032 Portfolio: http://altheideportfolio.weebly.com/ Cell Phone: 260-414-9722 Objective: To work in the entertainment, advertising, animation or gaming industry with character or story design Education: Purdue University, Graduated as of Dec. 2012 Bachelor of Science in Computer Graphics Technology Technical Skills: • Autodesk Maya- Animation, 3d Modeling, Textures • Adobe Photoshop; Digital Painting, Texture Creation • Adobe Illustrator; Vector Art, Logo Creation • Adobe InDesign; for logos and text manipulation Project Work: 2012 Lunchbox Studios: 411 Project Group: An educational videogame designed for Children's Museums and 4H fairs. 2010 Project Echoes: A videogame designed for mobile applications created in Corona SDK, a short puzzle based platform game.
Carmel, Indiana, United States
Jennie Brown Hakim - Freelance Book Design & Document Design
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4.0
2 Skills
$50
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“Great people talk about ideas. Average people talk about things. Small people talk about people.” – often attributed to Eleanor Roosevelt I like working with companies that are all about ideas – ideas that make life better, happier, and healthier. Ideas that were born from careful thinking and daring execution. Ideas that I can help shine more than they already do. I am a freelance writer whose experience includes nonfiction, historical writing, ghostwriting about subjects such as chiropractic, and blog writing. This work required extensive research and the discretion to edit that research into its essence. I am also a graphic artist with years of experience – mostly in direct mail advertising, newspaper display ads, and medical education materials. Most of my work has been in print, but I have done web graphics as well. I have the Adobe Creative Suite in my home office, which includes InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. I am also experienced in Quark Xpress and CorelDraw, and have worked in both PC and Mac formats. My point of view of commercial graphic art is that it must provide aesthetic enjoyment along with practical function. The visual joy opens the mind to the textual message. Colors, pictures, typefaces all have their roles to play. I would like to offer my services as an independent contractor/freelancer, if needed. I would prefer to work in my home office and receive communication by e-mail or the phone. My rates will be reasonable. Thank you for your consideration.
Tustin, California, United States
Denise Webster - Freelance Voiceovers & Website Design
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2.0
2 Skills
$14
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As an entrepreneur in Atlanta, Georgia, I understand the requirement for versatility and adaptation for an ever-evolving, social media marketing environment. The right voice and written words are the key to growing popularity for concepts, ideologies, and material products. It was after many recommendations to use my voice and influential personality, that I have taken the initiative to market my skills as a voice-over freelancer and copywriter. I can have a substantial impact to your media presence and your business expansion. Let's get started. I look forward to your call.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States