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David Rapka - Freelance Audio Editing & DVD Design
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Freelance in the Los Angeles area for over 20 years. Before that I was film and video editor with a production company for 15 years. Established my own small video editing business in 1986 and have been enjoying giving every client more than they expect on each project. For a complete list of my experience and to view various demos please go to http://davidsvideo.com and click on the DEMOS TAB for the demos Thank you.
Los Angeles, California, United States
Rachel Young - Freelance Blog Writing & Copywriting
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My name is Rachel Young. In a couple months, I will be marrying Marine who also is a fabulous cellist and pianist and ballroom dancer. I am a senior in college with a major in English and a double minor in Philosophy and Education. I am creative and clear thinking. My passions include: dancing anything from ballroom to freestyle, reading good books, writing and editing. Having grown up in Mexico, I am fluent in Spanish and have worked as a Spanish tutor at my school for three years. I love organization and timeliness and put energy into everything that I do.
McAllen, Texas, United States
Julie Gorton - Freelance Business Writing & Article Writing
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Julie Gorton 13900 Chestnut Drive Suite #123 Eden Prairie, MN 55344 (952) 820-5213 JulGorton@aol.com UPSHER-SMITH LABORATORIES, INC. February 2012 to Present Pharmaceutical Marketing Manager Consultant Responsibilities included: • Supporting best-in-class launches in emerging markets and continually supporting all pharmaceutical partners throughout the process. • Ensuring full compliance with internal policies and guidelines, as well as meeting legal and regulatory requirements while engaging agencies and Healthcare Professionals. • Developing, managing and executing email and mobile text messaging for pharmaceutical brand campaigns and ecommerce. • Establishing marketing channel benchmarks, summarizing key insights, and recommending actions to improve performance of pharmaceutical marketing programs. • Supporting broader business and portfolio strategies. • Adhering to annual pharmaceutical marketing channel budget. UNITEDHEALTHCARE, MINNETONKA, MN September 2011 to January 2012 Medicare & Retirement Group Operational Readiness Consultant Responsibilities included: • Collaborating with Medicare & Retirement Operation areas to review, analyze and oversee policies and procedures to ensure compliance with Centers for Medicare & Medicaid requirements. • Consulting and coordinating with Medicare Regulatory Reporting Team on regulatory requirements. • Taking point on special projects related to the operations and administration, for improvement initiatives driven by business needs (e.g., AEP Readiness, speed to market, member impact reduction, etc.). • Working with internal business SMEs to gather business requirements or reporting requirements. • Defining and documenting business processes and system processes, as they related to the problems being solved. • Supporting business partners and end users through issue management and prioritization, resolution, verification, training and communication. • Recommending and implementing documentation; evaluating and maintaining policies, procedures and controls. • Monitoring of day-to-day operations and processes. UNITEDHEALTHCARE, MINNETONKA, MN April 2011 to September 2011 Medicare & Retirement Solutions Proposal Writer Consultant Responsibilities included: • Conveying complex thoughts, both written and oral, in clear, concise ways that were tailored to the 55+ segment. • Effectively understanding Response for Proposal (RFP) questions and searching the core databases to find accurate and complete responses. • Researching customers’ needs (through Web sites and other sources) and working with sales teams to develop meaningful and thoughtful questions to extract the necessary case information. • Understanding network and financial information and bringing those elements into the case writing process. • Working in a highly matrixed environment and collaborating with sister proposal units to reflect one core value story and to integrate internal processes. • Maintaining and enhancing business skills, including the understanding of health care industries, managed care trends, healthcare reform, etc. and participating in all relevant training opportunities to improve and expand my current skills. • Completing all project-related work in a timely, productive manner and meeting all case deadlines. UNITEDHEALTHCARE, MINNETONKA, MN March 2009 –July 2009 Small Business Outbound Marketing Specialist Consultant Hired as a Consultant to make outbound calls to the Small Business Broker Community to recruit, provide information, follow-up and generate new leads. Other responsibilities included participating in various outbound and inbound telephone outreach projects as assigned and assisting in the appointment process. OPTUMHEALTH, GOLDEN VALLEY, MN January 2008 – July 2008 Medicare Part D Project Manager Consultant for Large Group Retirees • Ensure successful implementation of market strategies leading to gross profit market improvements within the Medicare Part D segments by 30%. • Spearhead and successfully close all Medicare Part D marketing initiatives, online services, project management and account management, to increase the Medicare Part D program by 15%, through new employer groups. • Successful management over 700 Medicare Part D projects for the Public Segment and Large Group Employers Segment, leading to Medicare Part D marketing services that saved UnitedHealth Group 30% in overall Medicare Part D advertising, marketing and online services. Increased the Medicare Part D membership by 20%. OVATIONS, MINNETONKA, MN June 2007 – January 2008 Part D Marketing Manager Consultant for Large Group Retirees • Created Medicare and Medicaid market research data to find appropriate needs assessments and to determine future cost estimates. This included research on prescription solutions, products, market segments, finances and competitive analyses. • Successfully marketed to and managed over 100 Large Employer Groups, for prescription solutions that led to an increase of overall Large Employer Group prescription solutions by 30%. • Created marketing initiatives for Specialty pharmaceuticals by implementing such things as pharmacy partnerships and specialty pharmacy delivery; care management to ensure appropriate treatment initiation and continuation, along with utilization analyses. OPTUMHEALTH AND UNITEDHEALTH CARE, EDINA, MN June 2005 – June 2006 Marketing Services Proposal Writer Consultant/Contractor Network Provider Consultant • Successful implementation of market strategies leading to gross profit market improvements within “at risk” territories by an average of 50%. • Spearheading and closing profitable negotiations and analytics of three national provider contracts with revenues in excess of $15,000,000 respectively. • Developing formalized procedures and provider contracts to comply with URAC requirements and led procedural implementation throughout organization. • Consistently maintaining and delivering a sufficient and profitable national network of healthcare providers that has rendered services to over 1.5 million patients. ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE, ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Working with highly matrixed organizations, where production, planning, segmentation and analyses support company goals and endeavors. • Participating in regular content audits, such as photography, web assets and literature. • Negotiating content pricing in order to sell the content through healthcare insurance, legal, financial and retail databases.. • Creating marketing initiatives for Specialty pharmaceuticals by implementing such things as pharmacy partnerships and specialty pharmacy delivery; care management to ensure appropriate treatment initiation and continuation, along with utilization analyses. • Analyzing data, identifying best practices and facilitated the design and implementation of improvement activities to ensure tools and processes ran effectively. • Managing marketing product development communications budget of $1.2M for Thomson West Group’s ($1 billion online information and technology corporation) online technology product releases and enhancements through internal and external initiatives, company seminars, white papers, and product launches for numerous industries and services. SECUREPATH BY TRANSAMERICA, ST. PAUL, MN July 2009 – October 2009 Consultant Marketing Manager for Credit Unions & Third Parties DELUXE CORPORATION, SHOREVIEW, MN January 2007 – June 2007 Category Manager Consultant THRIVENT FINANCIAL, MINNEAPOLIS, MN June 2006 – January 2007 Senior Marketing Strategist Consultant for Teleservices, Seminars and Events EDUCATION College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, MN B.A. in Communications with specialty in writing. 2005 Graduate Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN Pursuing a Masters degree in Business Administration, with concentration in Marketing.
Eden Prairie, Minnesota, United States
Mike Vanderhoof - Freelance Horror Art & Illustration
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2 Skills
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Official Website: http://www.KINGMIKEV.com Award Winning Horror Artist - Tattoo Artist - Concept Artist - Graphic Artist - Digital Artist - FX Make Up Artist - Illustration - Storyboard Artist - Film Maker Exhibitions / Awards / Press: EXHIBITIONS: Sept. 16 & 17, 2011 - Monk Space in Los Angeles, CA - "Chocolate and Art Show" Oct. 6, 2011 - The Copper Door in Santa Ana, CA - RAWArtists.org Gallery Show Oct. 21 and 22, 2011 - LOT 613 in Los Angeles, CA - Pancakes & Booze Art Show Dec. 2 & 3, 2011 - LOT 613 in Los Angeles, CA - "BEST OF" Pancakes & Booze Art Show Mar. 23 and 24, 2012 - LOT 613 in Los Angeles, CA - Pancakes & Booze Art Show May 12, 2012 - Planet Tnez Gallery in Anaheim, CA - "Monsters, Creatures, & The Strange" Show Oct. 11 - May 12 2011/12 - Platinum Ink Art Gallery & Tattoo Studio - Tustin, CA Oct. 4 - Oct. 31, 2012 - Hellpop! Gallery in Las Vegas, NV - "Art of the Dead" Show Oct. 5 - Oct. 31, 2012 - Studio 8 Ten in Las Vegas, NV Nov. 2 - Nov. 30 2012 - Studio 8 Ten in Las Vegas, NV - Mike Vanderhoof SOLO EXHIBITION COMMISSIONS: 2012 - "Hottie & Coldie" for Girls and Corpses Magazine 2012 - Lupe Clothing - 3 T-Shirt Logo Designs 2012 - Route 66 Historical Society - "Fun Run 2013" T-shirt Design 2012 - Psychopathic Records - 2 Poster Designs for ICP The Gathering 2012 - HorrorBid.com - Header and Background Graphics 2012 - Open Casket Press "An Undead Christmas - A Zombie Anthology" - Book Cover Art 2011 - P$IX Presents: Underworld Netherlands "The Word Became Flesh and Blood" - Album Cover 2011 - The C.H.U.D.Z. - Contamination.Hazard.Urban.Disposal. - Album Cover 2011 - Outerspace "My Brother' Keeper" - Album Cover and Insert Artwork 2009 - Outerspace "God's Fury" - Tour T-shirt Design AWARDS: 1st Place - Art Fusion Contest Body Art Expo 2010 Pomona, CA 2nd Place - Music Related Tattoo - Musink Tattoo Festival 2010 Orange, CA 1st Place - Cover-up Tattoo - Baltimore Tattoo Arts Convention 2010 3rd Place - Leg Sleeve Tattoo - Baltimore Tattoo Arts Convention 2010 3rd Place - Best Sleeve Tattoo - Inkslingers Ball 2006 Angel Stadium, Anaheim 2nd Place - Leg Sleeve Tattoo - Artistry in Ink Festival 2005 Anaheim, CA 2nd Place - Most Unusual Theme Tattoo - Artistry in Ink Festival 2005 Anaheim Nominated for 2 CRAGGY online radio awards October 2010 - Best New Radio Show (The King Mike V Radio Show) - Best In-studio Live Guest (King Mike V) PRESS FEATURES: Girls and Corpses Magazine Dollar Bin Horror LA Weekly OC Weekly Tattoo Magazine Tattoo Flash Magazine Tattoo Savage Magazine Urban Ink Magazine Inked Magazine Mean Street Magazine OC Register KROQ Cult Radio A Go Go Skratch Magazine RAW! Artists XTV Metal Madness Felony Fights DVD Jedi Mind Tricks Divine Fire DVD
Fullerton, California, United States
Sue Oney - Freelance Copywriting & Content Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$35
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I have been employed by a Fortune 500 company for 25 years as an advertising copywriter, creative team leader, and communication specialist. My writing skills include copy targeting both inside and outside audiences; customers, dealers and employees. I can write promotional, informational or instructional copy based on need and direction.
Moline, Illinois, United States
Trisha Whittaker - Freelance Graphic Design & Ad Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$35
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Hello, Thank you for just a few moments of your time. Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Trisha Whittaker, I am a Graphic Designer. I have been designing since 2003. For the past year and half, I have been the art director/graphic designer for Hip Brand Development. (an alcohol distribution company) I worked in-house once a week and then remotely the rest of the week. Seasonally, over the past few years, I have worked remotely with Advanced Micro Targeting, (a Political Campaign/Direct Mail company based out of Las Vegas, NV) With AMT, I designed direct mail pieces for Senate hopefuls. I have worked with such companies as, National Geographic to Homes for our Troops. I have designed for celebrities such as, Big Head Todd and the Monsters to Mike "Swift" Swick, a professional UFC fighter. I have experience in Web Design (banner ads, landing pages, email blasts), Print Design (brochures, flyers, marketing collateral) and Production work (making edits, small changes to existing pieces) I have all the necessary skills to see a given project from first idea, through to conceptual development and design to final product. At this time, my goal is to attain a permanent position as a graphic designer, be that contract or as employee. I desire steady work, (Daily/Weekly) and to have a steady, dependable income. I am seeking to continue to work remotely if possible. (Or at least till August when kids go back to school) However, I would like to discuss options! Please don't dismiss my passion for design because I have asked to work remotely. If the job is strictly in-house, I would like the opportunity to discuss. To sum up, I am a very hard working, trustworthy, creative and even a funny gal. I believe that the best medicine in the world is laughter, maybe a glass of wine and passion. I believe that will never have to "work" a day in my life, because I absolutely love what I do for a living. I just need the right opportunity! Thank you for your time, I appreciate it and wish you the best! Positive regards, Trisha Whittaker | Trisha@TDesigned.com | www.TDesigned.com
United States
John Henry - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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4.0
2 Skills
$30
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Overview I am a senior software engineer. I would like a telecommute job in: Internet-related work, such as: 1. HTML/CSS coding of website content and emails; and/or 2. Email campaign management using Constant Contact; and/or 3. Graphics development and editing; and/or 4. Photo editing an enhancement; and/or 5. Other Internet-related work, such as webmaster or technical consultant; or Proofreading and editing; or Firmware development using C and assembly languages. I have 18 years of low-level firmware development experience beginning in 1984 and ending in September 2006, for which I primarily used C and microprocessor assembly languages. I am knowledgeable in hardware, I read schematics, and I can guide digital design engineers in selection of board components most helpful to firmware development. My most recent firmware development job, which ended September 26, 2006, was with Cyber Group in Dallas, Texas. My duties were as follows: C programming for TMS320LF2406A, to do Infrared Laser Welding for Branson Ultrasonics. The CAN protocol was used for upstream communication. C++ programming for Power PC tasks using a custom RTOS. C programming for PIC18F2580, PIC18F6520, and PIC18F6622 for Bluetooth dongle for Mercuryto Instruments gas flow measurement meter reading. From August 27, 2009 until July 29, 2011, I worked remotely 5 to 10 hours per week analyzing the MS DOS client data base of Crossroads Wealth Management in Victoria, Texas, to build a more modern database containing that data. From October 14, 2008 until July 31, 2009, I worked remotely as a Webmaster and Internet Consultant for Overseas Students Mission (OSM) in Charlottesville, VA. I was contractually obligated to work 40 hours per month, although I usually worked more. I had the following duties: Website design and programming; Other Internet-related technical work; Technical consulting; Proofreading and editing email drafts for President of OSM; and HTML coding of the emails and sending them using Constant Contact. I do the digitizing for my wife's in-home quilting and embroidery business. I have a moderate amount of graphics experience using PaintShop Pro to prepare images for autodigitizing (direct conversion of the image to stitch commands). This experience is directly applicable to graphics for websites. Paint Shop Pro handles many types of graphics files, including Photoshop (PSD file type). I am experienced with IrfanView, a freeware/shareware image viewer for Microsoft Windows, Corel PaintShop Photo Pro X3 and X4, which can be used to edit photographs, and GIMP, the GNU Image Management Program which may be used instead of Photoshop. I regularly use Microsoft Office and Oracle OpenOffice, and I have recently purchased CorelDRAW. I am a native of Texas in the USA and I speak excellent American English. I have received an oDesk.com certification as an English Vocabulary (U.S. Version) Professional. I traveled internationally in the late 1970s while installing message switching systems for Rockwell International. With practice I am conversational in High German, Modern Standard Arabic, and Latin American Spanish. Skills and Experience Summary Google Sites, Gmail, and Google Docs, including publishing on the Internet. Google Language Tools for translating between 129 different languages. Translations may be of web pages or text entered separately. Email campaign management using Constant Contact. Graphics/image management using Paint Shop Pro, IrfanView, and GIMP. Microsoft Internet Explorer browser. Firefox Internet browser. Google Chrome Internet browser. Telecommuting. HTML and CSS. 10 years of low-level C, with and without the use of RTOS(s). 8 years of various assembly languages, without the use of RTOS(s), including: 1. 5 years collective experience doing low-level assembly language programming for the industry-standard 8051 family of microprocessors. 2. Assembly language programming for the 8-bit M68HC11 microprocessor. Interrupt service routines and other low-level code for hardware control written in assembly languages and C. Multithreading using timer interrupts, device interrupts, and device status signals. Using mutexes to protect data structures common to several threads from corruption. Understanding of schematics and data sheets. Assisting engineers with selection of board components most easily programmed. 6 months of C++, with the use of a custom RTOS. 6-12 months of academic experience in 2005 with C#.NET, ASP.NET, and ADO.NET. Object-oriented analysis and design using C++ and C#.NET. Website maintenance and improvement using PHP, HTML, and Esselbach Storyteller, a website content management system (CMS). 10 years of infrequent logo and image design using Paint Shop Pro. C programming for the TMS320LF2406A, used for laser calibration and laser control in welding of plastics. C programming for the PIC18F2580 and the PIC18F6520, used in prototypes, and the PIC18F6622, used in production dongles that provide Bluetooth communication between meter readers’ laptops and Mercury Instruments’ gas flow measurement devices. C programming for the Motorola 68000 and the Motorola 68332. CAN, Bisync, TWX, and telex communication protocols. Firmware for ground start, loop start, and direct inward dialing telephone trunks. Firmware for three digital telephones. Use of pSOS real-time executive. UNIX shell scripting. Firmware for real-time executive to do preemptive priority scheduling of tasks. Use of emulators to test firmware. Development of data link software in PDP11/05 assembly language for Rockwell Collins message switching systems. Familiar with principles of Time Series Analysis. Experience with FORTRAN for the following signal processing techniques: 1. digital filtering; 2. auto correlation; 3. cross correlation; 4. power spectra; and 5. Fourier transforms. Signal processing of marine seismic data collected after electrical discharges of sparkers behind boats. Technical writing using Microsoft Word and OpenOffice.org Writer to provide software and firmware documentation. I am experienced in cleaning up code written by others. I am a very capable debugger. Education University of Texas at Austin, Texas Bachelor of Arts in Math with Chemistry minor, 1963 3.7 GPA in Math with 3.4 overall GPA University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois Digital Computer Workshop, 1962 Richland Junior College, Dallas, Texas Continuing Education 1. Introduction to C#.NET, completed 3/10/05 2. Intermediate C#.NET, completed 5/10/05 Professional Memberships IEEE – Member/Account Number 90418048 Grade: Member Active since 03.01.2008 Recent Experience Employer: Crossroads Wealth Management Location: Victoria, TX Position: Telecommuting Database Consultant Employed: 08/27/09 to 07/29/11 I worked remotely 5 to 10 hours per week analyzing the MS DOS client data base for Crossroads Wealth Management in Victoria, Texas to build a more modern data base containing that data. Employer: Overseas Students Mission Location: Charlottesville, VA Position: Telecommuting Internet Consultant Employed: 10/14/08 to 07/31/09 I worked part-time no less than 40 man-hours per month on one or more of the following duties. Website design and programming; Other Internet-related technical work; Technical consulting; Proofreading and editing email drafts written by the President of OSM; and HTML coding of the emails and sending them using Constant Contact. Employer: Main Street Data Systems, Ltd. Location: Ft. Worth, TX Position: Telecommuting Programmer Employed: 05/11/08 to 07/18/08 The initial project was a driver for a Marvell 88E6155 switch chip in a SOHO router which used a Cavium MIPS 64 Big Endian processor running embedded Linux. The programming was done on a UNIX machine accessed remotely by PuTTY being used as an SSH client. Planned subsequent work was to include more embedded software and PHP programming. Employer: Cyber Group Location: Dallas, TX; previously Richardson, TX Position: Software Development Engineer Employed: 09/26/05 to 09/26/06 (Cyber Group was my previous employer, and asked me to return for this 1-year period.) C programming for TMS320LF2406A, to do Infrared Laser Welding for Branson Ultrasonics. The CAN protocol was used for upstream communication. C++ programming for Power PC tasks using a custom RTOS. C programming for PIC18F2580, PIC18F6520, and PIC18F6622 for Bluetooth dongle used for Mercury Instruments gas flow measurement meter reading. Employer: Sonshine Machine Embroidery and Quilting Location: In-home Business in Garland, TX Position: Digitizer for Embroidery Employed: 08/1998 to present (part-time, unpaid) For approximately 10 years I have assisted my wife with her in-home quilting and embroidery business, which has afforded me considerable graphics experience doing logo and image design and enhancement. The embroidery software will "auto digitize" a simple image, generating useful stitch commands to a commercial embroidery machine, but only if the color in each area of the image is uniform. Errant pixels with colors slightly different than the prevailing color of the image area in which they reside must be corrected to have the prevailing color, otherwise the auto digitizing software will generate an unwanted color change command. (Scanning devices cause subtle color variations.) I have used various versions of Corel's Paint Shop Pro for this task. I currently use Paint Shop Pro Version 9 and Paint Shop Pro Photo X2. Employer: Cyber Group Location: Richardson, TX Position: Software Development Engineer Employed: 5/16/99 to 03/30/01 Revised Motorola 68332 firmware for the Branson Ultrasonics plastic welder, using C and the pSOS real-time operating system. Employer: AMX Location: Dallas, TX Position: Senior Software Engineer Employed: 3/11/99 to 4/17/99 Revised Motorola 68332 TV camera positioning firmware for a video teleconferencing application to make camera pan and tilt movements coordinated so the camera moved in a straight line between two points, rather than distinct vertical and horizontal movements. Employer: Pro Staff Client: On Command Location: Richardson, TX Position: Senior Software Engineer Employed: 08/97 to 06/98 Finished improvements to a C program for the Motorola 68000, which was used as a network interface front-end computer. Employer: On Command Location: Richardson, TX Position: Senior Software Engineer Employed: 10/96 to 08/97 Continued design, programming, and checkout of a C program for the Motorola 68000 network interface computer, to enable On Command movie scheduling computers to be used in hotels with Spectravision TV set-top boxes. Employer: Spectravision, Inc. (merged into On Command) Location: Richardson, TX Position: Senior Software Engineer Employed: 06/92 to 10/96 Design, programming, and documentation of new hotel TV set-top box firmware, and maintenance and update of existing set-top box firmware. Processors were members of the 8051 family of microprocessors. Maintenance and update of VR20B video controller firmware. Maintenance and update of a Motorola 68000 program used for polling and control of a hotel’s network of TV set-top boxes, using C and the UNIX operating system. Employer: Belcan Services Group Client: Fujitsu America, Inc. Location: Richardson, TX Position: Firmware Engineer Employed: 08/90 to 02/92 Design, programming, and debugging of 8051 firmware for two types of DC alarm cards for security firms. Design, programming, and debugging of 8051 firmware for Northern Telecom P-phone active protocol implementation. Employer: Data General (Genioss Subsidiary) Location: Carrollton, TX Position: Principal Software Engineer Employed: 03/84 to 06/90 Design, assembly language programming, and testing of ground start, loop start, and direct inward dialing telephone trunk cards for a digital PBX. Programming of PBX service circuit cards. Programming of three digital telephones. PL1 programming for the voice mail subsystem of the PBX. Language Skills High German - intermediate: read, write, and speak. I studied German at the University of Texas at Austin and worked 6 months in Switzerland in the late 1970s. Modern Standard Arabic - rudimentary: read, write, and speak. I took an evening class at the University of Texas at Dallas before working in Egypt for 2 months in the late 1970s, and I hired a private tutor while in Cairo. I know some of the dialect spoken in Cairo. Latin American Spanish - rudimentary: read, write, and speak. I studied Spanish in high school and took private lessons as an adult, but I have not used it in my work.
Garland, Texas, United States
Sando - Freelance Website Programming & Database Design
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3.0
2 Skills
$6
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I am IT graduate and and have strong knowledge of Programming backbone OOP,DSA, Algorithms and Web based JAVA, WPF,C# ,WCF ,Asp.net,MVC etc. I have done many Web and other programming projects. I am Web developer and designer!I have done web professional projects! I work on angularJS and bootstrap, HTML,CSS for front end designing.
New York, New York, United States
Catherine Schoenfeld - Freelance CAD & Technical Illustration
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4.0
2 Skills
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CATHERINE E. SCHOENFELD cschoenfeld1@gmail.com (978) 808-2115 140 Liberty Square Rd. Boxborough, MA 01719 Objective: To actively pursue a career in fashion where I can demonstrate my relevant experience and utilize my technical and creative skills in order to benefit and positively contribute to the company. EDUCATION Marist College ‘11, Bachelor of Professional Studies Major: Fashion Design, Minor: Product Development; Major GPA: 3.8/4.0, Cumulative GPA: 3.7/4.0 Fall 2009 Semester Abroad, Florence, Italy -Studied European trends, designers, and culture HONORS Magna ***-Laude Baccalaureate Award for Excellence in Fashion Design Dean’s List: All Semesters PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Intern, Michael Kors, New York City, NY (January ’11- April ‘11) -Created presentation boards -Exercised communication and organization skills as well as time management -Sourced fabric and researched products -Interacted with suppliers Intern, Ökw Fine Clothing and Gallery, Boston, MA (June ’10- August ‘10) -Aided in the draping, construction, and embellishment of garments and accessories -Created paper patterns, sketched technical flats, and produced Tech packs Sales Associate, Nicole Marie Fashion Boutique, Concord, MA (May ‘10- January ‘11) -Managed store and register, ran inventories of merchandise -Created promotional flyers and page on social networking site to advance recognition -Designed cohesive looks for window displays and store fronts -Assisted customers by suggesting merchandise and creating looks to increase POS Sales Associate, Forever 21, Marlborough, MA (June ‘08- January ‘09) -Organized store layout to ensure merchandise was displayed in a visually appealing way -Managed register Sales Associate, Cambridgewear, Acton, MA (June ‘06- January ‘07) -Set up window displays, dressed mannequins -Ran monthly merchandise inventories -Aided in the selection of store merchandise Designer, Marist College Silver Needle Fashion Show, Poughkeepsie, NY (May ’08-‘11) -Designed and constructed garments every year that were shown on the runway -Designed prints and digitally printed on fabric for various garments -Volunteered as a dresser at the rehearsal and show Volunteer, Fashionology, Marist College (Fall ’08-Fall ’10) -Sales Associate for an on campus fashion boutique Volunteer, Fashion Week, BCBG and Outlaws of the Boarder, New York City (Spring ’10) -Assisted with set up in the showroom to prepare for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Volunteer, Caravan Fashion Show Ft. Boy Meets Girl and bobi, New York City, (Fall ’10) -Critiqued and photographed shows to write a review posted on fashion website Volunteer, Fashion Inc., Marist College Fashion Club (June ‘07- December ‘09) -Helped out at community events, including local fashion show COMPUTER SKILLS Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Web PDM ACTIVITIES Marist College: Campus Ministry, Relay for Life, Student Government, Advertising Club
Acton, Massachusetts, United States
Yuliya Sofronova - Freelance Art & Russian Translation
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5.0
2 Skills
$30
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Freelance experience: Drawing portraits of people, Making Greeting Cards. Teaching Russian, Giving private lessons, Tutoring, Translating Documents. Teaching Dance, Partner Dancing, Salsa, Swing. Work Experience: 2011 - present Dance Instructor, Blues 101 Teaching Blues dancing. Partner Dancing, connection, moves, musicality. Aug 24, 2009 - May 10, 2013 Student Technical Specialist, Writing & Language Center for Academic Program Support Tutored all levels of university Russian. I taught individuals and groups proper Russian morphology, syntax and semantics. I also designed and hosted conversation groups catered to students with a variety of Russian language proficiencies. Most of my lessons use digital mediums to create interactive, colorful and fun learning opportunities. May 22, 2011- Aug 4th, 2013 Translation Translated documents from Old Russian into English for clients. Documents were handwritten in Old Russian from the early 1900’s. I first translated the documents into Russian, and then translated that into English. Translated Russian Sci-Fi short stories into English for my head of department at the University of New Mexico. March 15, 2014 – June 15, 2014 Teavana, Sales Associate Responsibilities included having detailed knowledge of the product (tea, merchandise), being able to describe and present the product in many ways to give the costumer the best shopping experience and information about the product, tea preparation, sales, working the register, managing the store’s displays, stocking, cleaning. Aug 25, 2013 – Nov 1, 2013 Seasonal Magic, Spirit Halloween Responsibilities included sales, and management of Halloween decorations and costumes at Spirit Halloween. My main responsibilities were to manage the stores fitting rooms, and front registers. Other duties included store stocking, cleaning and taking inventory. Summers 2012-2013 Youth Engineering Camp Teaching Assistant Helped organize and teach inquiry based engineering camps. Responsibilities included leading group activities, designing posters and other information packets, supervision of class, and designing lab layout. References: Evan Ashworth?Program Specialist, Writing & Language Center?Center for Academic Program Support?University of New Mexico?(505) 277-4499?eashworth@unm.edu Tania Ivanova, Assistant Professor University of New Mexico, 505 277-7363 tivanova@unm.edu Patrick Friedman Schaffer, Owner of Youth Engineering Camps, 505 440 4193, pfriedma86@gmail.com Steven Saavedra, Spirit Halloween Store manager, 505 804-9260 Amanda Martinez, Teavana Store Manager, 505 314-4069
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States