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Anthony Cuaresma - Freelance Voiceovers & Songwriting
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4.0
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I am a good singer, also a good songwriter. I have a good voice for doing commercials or announcing. I'm talented in everything I do. Send me an email, maybe it will work out great. Thanks!
Seattle, Washington, United States
Deshon Corsey - Freelance Song Writing & Songwriting
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3.5
2 Skills
$20
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i am a qualified song writer.....trust me....let me prove my words to be true. thanks and lets make a hit!!!
Seattle, Washington, United States
Steven Janda - Freelance Songwriting & Song Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Seattle, Washington, United States
King - Freelance Songwriting & Song Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$100
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I'm the fastest song writer alive......
Seattle, Washington, United States

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Brenda Travi - Freelance Spanish Translation & Translation
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BRENDA V. TRAVI 8515 Boulevard 26 Apt 812 North Richland Hills, Texas 76180 ?: (817) 538 3124 – ?: brendatravi@sbcglobal.net Trilingual Professional English – French – Spanish 5 + years experience in Education, Translation and Interpretation STRENGTHS AND QUALIFICATIONS • Broad perspective of Hispanic and European people, culture, and customs. Born in Peru, and lived in England, France & Spain. • Superb command of idiomatic Spanish, French, and English language and grammar. • Experience in editing and proofreading a variety of documents. • Remarkable interpreting skills. • Great attention to detail. • Excellent work ethic and professional attitude emphasizing reliability, integrity, teamwork, and the willingness to work as necessary to get the job done. • Proven ability to prioritize tasks, organize and coordinate activities, manage time, set and achieve goals as well as meet deadlines. • Training skills include developing and delivering training curriculum, including the presentations and workbooks. • Software literate in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, Adobe Photoshop. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Santa Fe Youth Services, Fort Worth, TX 2007 – Present Bilingual Prevention Specialist (Strengthening Families Program) • Implement and facilitate parenting and family skills training. • Provide bilingual prevention presentations to the Tarrant County community. • Translate flyers, brochures, and other documentation into Spanish, including the agency’s website. • Interpret from English into Spanish and vice versa using simultaneous and consecutive modes at program and community sites. • Edit and proofread handouts, flyers, and general documentation for the community before their final destination. • Recruit, screen, and contact families and resources in the community to offer agency services. • Manage client relations and perform quality assurance activities through follow-ups. Fortress Youth Development, Fort Worth, TX Summer 2009 Volunteer – French Lecturer • Developed course curriculum for an eight-week French class for children between 6 and 13 years old. • Developed lesson plans and instructed students in French language skills, including reading, grammar, diction and culture. El Centro College, Dallas, TX Jan – May 2008 French Lecturer • Developed course curriculum. Introduced hands-on tools (e.g., computer technology, outside classroom activities) to improve classroom interest and retention. • Developed lesson plans and instructed students in French language skills, including reading, grammar, diction and culture. • Assessed student abilities and evaluated performance. University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX 2005 – Jul 2007 French Lecturer • Planned weekly instruction, developed lesson plans, administered exams, supervised students performing lab activities, graded lab and homework assignments, and recorded grades. • Provided one-on-one and small group tutoring in basic skills of reading, writing and grammar in French. McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LA August – Dec 2004 Graduate Assistant – Special Services and Equity Department • Assisted in roll-out of new university wide student database. • Coordinated and arranged departmental meetings, conferences, and trainings. • Planned, organized and prioritized daily assignments to meeting deadlines. PRONEX S.A., Lima – Peru June – Dec 2003 Trilingual Export Assistant • Coordinated international shipping and appropriate documentation. • Responsible for the quality of service delivery to multiple international corporations and trading operations. • Maintained extensive written, verbal, and fax communications with the U.S and overseas customers. • Provided language/linguistic skills to convert highly technical product descriptions from English to Spanish, and from French to Spanish with translations that are accurate and reflect the style and manner of expression of native Spanish-speaking people. • Responsible for the accurate creation of translated and localized Spanish content for a variety of language projects including marketing communications materials, specification sheets, and product information. • French, English and Spanish translator and interpreter. Received, translated and prepared new orders from global customers. • Assisted and provided language interpretation services in the Food Ingredients Europe Fair (FIE) Frankfurt, Germany (2003) as well as marketed products and promoted sales. Materials Bank (Banco de Materiales), Lima - Peru February – April 2002 Psychology Assistant - Department of Human Resources • Evaluated and selected personnel. Recruiting activities included screening, interviewing, hiring and orientation for new employees. • Coordinated events and training programs for employees. EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION MASTER OF ARTS - FRENCH (GPA 3.9) – University of Texas at Arlington - Arlington, TX 2007 SECRETARY AND EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE – British Academy, Lima – Peru 2002 BACHELOR OF ARTS - TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION – Ricardo Palma University, Lima – Peru 2000
Allen, Texas, United States
Ana Maria Monterroza - Freelance Editing, Proofreading, Writing, Report Writing, & Customer Response
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4.6
7 Skills
$25
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A stickler for grammatical rules and an undeniable love for a well-written sentence, I am looking for editing, proofreading and writing opportunities. In the past, I have proofread and edited scientific articles, speaking notes, resumés, CVs, academic reports and government documents. In addition, I have extensive experience writing with a client-centered approach that increases effective communication and understanding amongst stakeholders. I also have experience planning and organizing small fundraising events.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Ewa Geruzel - Freelance Book Illustration & Illustration
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5.0
2 Skills
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I'm an illustrator living in Poland - though I love drawing things for any media and any purposes, I specialize in making illustrations for animations. However, I still really love making things for print. If you're interested in my illustrations or graphic design projects, feel free to contact me!
Warszawa, Warsaw, Poland
Adam Clements - Freelance Animation & Video Editing
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4.5
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Freelance Video Editor and Animator based in London, England. I have 6 years' full-time experience working on commercials, corporate videos, animations, documentaries, virals and low budget feature films, using a variety of formats and destined for a wide range of places, from internet distribution, to DVD, to cinema screenings.
London, London, United Kingdom
Deena Napp - Freelance Graphic Design & Album Design
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3.0
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I have been doing art for as long as I can remember, I am a 42 yr old artist who is looking for some freelance work, I currently work at Trader Joe's as a sign artist creating hand-made signs for the store. I do have a Digital Design Diploma from the Art Institute Of Pittsburgh (6/18/2010), and I am currently going back for my bachelors degree in graphic design. I have a ton of experience in retail and I have also done some work in small theatres with some behind the scenes stuff like props and lighting, I even did a portrait drawing for a play that they actually used in the production.
Elyria, Ohio, United States
Osama Shofani - Freelance Operations Management & Business Management
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3.5
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$65
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OSAMA B. SHOFANI ________________________________________________________________________ 4818 W. 133rd St Hawthorne, CA 90250 (310) 956-5708 foairborn@aol.com PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS Arabic Linguist for Iraqi, Palestinian, Lebanese, Syrian & Jordanian dialects Instructor & Curriculum Development for USMC Language & Tactical Training Personal Protection for high level dignitaries International Relations for USMC Mongolian Exchange Program Interrogation & Intelligence Collection for USMC Combat Operations Logistics Planning for USMC Combat Operations & Training Financial Management for USMC Combat Operations Level Two Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Officer Personal Translator & Culture Expert for General Conway Small Arms Tactical Trainer; Expert in Tactics & Procedures Qualified Trainer SECURITY CLEARANCE Top Secret clearance CIVILAIN EXPERIENCE Techenical Advisor for CBS Telvision Show NCIS and NCIS LA June 2008-Present Responsible for reading scripts, verifying authenticity and realism of Arabic Language, Religion and Culture Responsible for choreographing weapons handling and training actors on military terminology, procedure and proper protocol. MILITARY EXPERIENCE Language and Culture Training Program Coordinator/Manager May 2007- Present 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, Advisor Training Group Developed the Language and Training Program for teams deploying to the Middle East. Designed and initiated a syllabus and curriculum in accordance with the training schedule. Responsible for the instruction of deploying teams that consist of 30 to 60 students with cultural awareness and basic proficiency of the Arabic language. Implementing a language lab that will consist of approximately 60 computers to serve as reinforcement of classroom instruction. Staff Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge Operations Chief, 1ST Special Operations Training Group August 2004-April 2007 Served as the senior enlisted advisor responsible for the personnel administration and overall personnel management of approximately 150 individuals. Provided oversight to ensure all training related to Pre-Deployment Training was properly conducted for over 6,000 Marines. Provided Arabic language and culture expertise to various units engaged in deployment training. Selected from among numerous applicants to serve and embed with the Mongolian armed forces with the goal of conducting an Enlisted Leadership Development Subject Matter Expert Exchange. Served in an ambassadorial role as a direct representative of the United States Marine Corps in Mongolia. Created reports that describe challenges and progress assigned in an effort to accurately assess the situation and measure progress. Identified, supervised, and executed three Humanitarian and Civic Action projects in the amount of $300,000 that promoted a positive image of the U.S. to Mongolian government and citizens. Provided instruction on call for fire, developed coordination , and control procedures for artillery, naval gunfire, and close air support procedures for over 50 Marine Corps units. Coordinated, developed, and managed with civilian contractors to operate, maintain, and improve communications and fire marking systems that cost well over two million dollars. Organized and upgraded a program by providing critique and comment of documentation by attending over 25 different meetings in various states. Conducted training and professional development of 110 assigned junior Marines in my charge. Provided personal interpretation and translation for General Conway for high level intensified meetings. Provided personal security escort and protection for General’s, and high level dignitaries during combat operations in Iraq and other countries. Led protective service detail during missions and communicated effectively with team members during motorcade movement in hostile and less than hostile times. Established liaison with foreign police of various countries in order to conduct safe travel for high level dignitaries. Advanced Special Operations January 2004-July 2004 5th Special Forces Group, Operational Detachment Provided the interpersonal skills required to conduct advanced special operations techniques in a combat environment with an indigenous and, at times, hostile populace for 5th Special Forces Group. Provided neutral linguistic ability in the Arabic language that is essential in providing interaction with members of the local populace as well as valuable insight and liaison with local customs and courtesies to I Marine Expeditionary Force and 5th Special Forces. Conducted battlefield and deliberate interrogation of prisoners, detainees, and other hostile forces during offensive operations against Fallujah. Conducted interviews of indigenous personnel with the ultimate goal of obtaining viable intelligence from an unwitting source. Ensured administrative requirements such as coordination and operational documentation, as well as intelligence reports were completed and disseminated in a timely manner. Operation Chief/Arabic Translator February 2002-December 2003 Combined Joint Task Force Consequence Management Created a functional and effective system to manage, prioritized requirements and coordinate training events within the command. Planned, coordinated and executed a forward command post during combat operations. Managed daily operations and all aspects of training within the command for 200 Marines. Taught basic Arabic language for a Joint Command of over 5 different countries and 5 different militaries that consisted of 600 different nationalities. Translated documents from Arabic to English and vice versa. Coordinated and translated meetings with the Kuwaiti host nation on high levels. Enhanced and organized a security force of 25 individuals to protect high level VIP’s who were within or outside the command. Command Element, I Marine Expeditionary Unit May 2001-January 2002 Provided allied/coalition tactical liaison for the unit in various Middle Eastern countries. As required, provided linguist/interpreter support, resulting in enhanced interoperability and relations between U.S. forces and the Kuwaiti, Saudi and Jordanian militaries. Maintained troop welfare, combat readiness, and morale of platoon of more than 45 men while ensuring safety during operations while overseas for approximately 7 months. Responsible for accountability, serviceability, and readiness of platoon’s communication equipment and records for equipment maintenance worth over $1,000,000.00. Maintained records of approximately 45 Marines in the platoon for proficiency and conducted evaluations on a quarterly basis. Advised Commanding Officer on personnel, tactical, and training matters for 55 Marines. CIVILIAN EDUCATION Master’s Degree, International Terrorism Anticipated Graduation November 2010 American Military University Bachelor’s of Science, Criminal Justice Park University, *** Laude MILITARY EDUCATION Dynamics of International Terrorism Level Two Individual Terrorism Awareness Level Two Antiterrorism/Force Protection Principle /Advance Level Two Martial Arts Instructor (Black Belt 1st Degree) Antiterrorism Training Officer Level Two High Risk Personnel Tactical Air Control Party Survival Specialist/Desert Marine Artillery Scout Observer Airborne (All Parachute systems) Rappel Master PERSONAL AWARDS Combat Action Ribbon x 2 Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal Navy and Marine Commendation Medal Humanitarian Service Medal Volunteer Service Medal Joint Service Achievement Medal Purple Heart Joint Service Commendation Medal Navy and Marine Achievement Medal x 4 Army Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster and one with Combat “V” device for Valor action in combat Certificate of Appreciation from the U.S. Ambassador to Kuwait Letter of Appreciation (2) Meritorious Mast Letter of Commendation References Available upon request.
Hawthorne, California, United States