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Pat Hall - Freelance Spanish Translation & French Translation
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I am a freelance Spanish/French to English translator based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and I would like to offer my services to you. Many people from Spanish- and French-speaking countries need to have their legal birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, divorce certificates, police clearance statements, academic diplomas and certificates, college and university...
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Sandy A - Freelance Bookkeeping & Spanish Translation
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$25
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Professional Summary Seasoned small business owner with a track record of dependability and a reputation for integrity. Shifting career gears and desires a challenging role in the accounting field. Occupied a clerical/administrative role in small business setting for over 20 years. Strong computer and internet skills, which include use of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, etc.) and Internet...
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Fernando Hinojosa - Freelance Spanish Translation & Translation
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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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Ms. White has over twenty years of experience in grants program management, grant writing, strategic planning, project management, compliance monitoring and program remediation for public sector, non-profit and commercial clients, and has successfully guided clients through auditing and monitoring of A-87, A-122 and A-133 circular requirements as they relate to grant funding and projects, putting systems in place to ensure successful results. As a grants manager in Florida, Ms. White obtained and managed millions of dollars in local, state and federal formula, disaster recovery, and competitive grant funding for Florida communities, including developing and managing strategic and action plans, establishing policies and procedures, physical inventory and capital expenditure management for government, social service agencies and non-profits for federal and state funding sources, including grants federal grants through HUD, DOJ, DOT, HHS and DHS. 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The final deliverable included a complete report of the medical schools as-is processes and a roadmap for future improvements to bring their programs into compliance with funding agency rules, uniform administrative and A-133 requirements. Worked with Deloitte team and school leadership to answer identified findings and areas of concern and implement corrective action plans. Internal Project – Healthcare Account (Grants) – Managed the marketing, sales and RFP efforts of the Deloitte & Touche LLP Healthcare Grants Management effort. Responsibilities included driving RFP efforts, producing marketing collateral for internal leadership and federal partners, and ensuring that the Grants Healthcare Team was aware and kept abreast of changes in HHS, OMB and other regulations governing healthcare grant programs. 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Ms. White and her team worked with the client to modify existing technology systems to accommodate the variety of loan products in accordance with new standards, execute major organizational restructuring and implement a control culture. Grants Manager/Program Director, Neighborhood Development Solutions, Inc., Coral Springs, FL February 2006 – January 2011 As President of a private consulting firm serving local government agencies in S. Florida, wrote and submitted grant applications and managed federal and state formula funding, including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG, CDBG-NSP, CDBG-DR and ARRA funding) and Homeless Continuum of Care participation (HOPWA, SHOP, Shelter-Plus-Care). Wrote, submitted and managed HHS, HUD and other grant programs for the local senior center and elder care programs. 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Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance grants (JAG and ARRA-JAG), Community Oriented Policing grants (COPS and COPS Secure Our Schools), FEMA Assistance to Firefighters and Firefighters Safety Grants, FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and FEMA debris removal funding coordination after disaster declarations, FHWA Transportation Enhancement Program funding, as well as grant and funding sources for all municipal departments in client agencies, including public works projects, building and road construction, drainage projects and park construction projects, and physical inventory control of grant funded equipment. Worked with municipal finance departments to ensure general ledger entries were accurate and sufficient for grant requirements. Assisted grantee efforts to maintain compliance with federal requirements, including allowable costs and cost principles, Davis-Bacon and Labor Standards compliance, relocation regulations, federal procurement standards, oversight and maintenance of data collection and reporting systems, reporting and grant close-out requirements, and meeting timeliness goals and ratios. Developed and provided grant training workshops for governments and non-profits at various local and statewide conferences and meetings. Grants Manager/Administrator, City of Margate, FL October, 2000 – February 2006 Worked with the City to establish the Grants Management office, need to accommodate the City of Margate’s increase in grant funding. Worked with the City’s finance department to correct and refine general ledger grant accounts to comply with grant administrative requirements, and managed all grant program and project activities for City departments, including the yearly and disaster Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding, HOME funding and Homeless Continuum of Care participation (HOPWA, SHOP, Shelter-Plus-Care). Wrote, submitted and managed HHS, HUD and other grant programs for the local senior center and elder care programs. Also wrote grant applications and managed funding for the Energy and Efficiency Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) program, Edward J. Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance grants (JAG and ARRA-JAG), Community Oriented Policing grants (COPS and COPS Secure Our Schools), FEMA Assistance to Firefighters and Firefighters Safety Grants, FEMA debris removal, FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) funding. Managed financial and grant programmatic aspects of public works projects, building and road construction, drainage projects and park construction projects, and physical inventory control of grant funded equipment. Maintained compliance with federal requirements, including allowable costs and cost principles, Davis-Bacon and Labor Standards compliance, relocation regulations, federal procurement standards, oversight and maintenance of data collection and reporting systems, reporting and grant close-out requirements, and meeting timeliness goals and ratios. Federal Tariff Publisher and Compliance Specialist, Lalandia, Inc., Boca Raton, FL April 1994 – June 2005 Performed Ocean Tariff publishing, Automated Manifest System filing and compliance monitoring for Lalandia, Inc., ensuring that vessel operating and non-vessel operating common carriers comply with all the applicable Code of Federal Regulations guiding ocean shipping and service contracts as governed by the Federal Maritime Commission and Customs and Border Protection. Education Masters Coursework, Urban and Regional Planning Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, 2001 Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, 2000 Certifications and Training • Certified Grants Management Specialist (CGMS) • Grants Management Certificate Program – Federal Track, Management Concepts, Inc. • Certificate Program – Florida International University Development Manager Training Program • Specialized financial management training for federal and state housing development and housing finance programs • Environmental Compliance Training • Davis-Bacon and Labor Standards Training • Uniform Relocation Act training • Grant training in programs for Departments of Energy, HHS, HUD, Transportation, Justice, USDA, Homeland Security/FEMA, and various state-level programs References available upon request
Miami, Florida, United States