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J. S. Raaj Vellore Winfred - Freelance Scientific Computation & Technical Writing
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I am looking for opportunities wherein I could employ my technical and scientific skills in innovative projects. I have experience in the following areas Programming languages : C, C++, Python. Typography : Latex, Microsoft Office Scientific : Labview, Solidworks
Tallahassee, Florida, United States
Victoria Diaz - Freelance Technical Writing & Editing
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Tallahassee, Florida, United States
Jeff Knill - Freelance Technical Writing & Technical Illustration
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Tallahassee, Florida, United States

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Janet Arnwine - Freelance Editing & Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Experience: • Editing, writing, proofing, marketing, sales, management, design, consulting & business. • Editorial and content of publications. • Structured and maintained guidelines for editorial substance and layout content. • Conducted research in order to select and secure suitable editorial content and material. • Successfully handled all aspects of producing publications with superior editorial content. • Served as last check point for approval for all editorial content coming into the magazines. • Responsible for producing magazines of specified fields of interest. • Designed art and copy layouts. • Studied illustrations/photographs to plan the presentation of material, product and design. • Determined size and arrangement of illustrative material and copy. • Instrumental in layout, design, composition and overall look of publications. • Selected style and size of type and arranged layout based upon available space, knowledge of layout principles and aesthetic design concepts. • Drew sample of finished layout and presented sample to art director. • Supervised and managed staff of sales professionals for Trader Publishing & other firms. • Reviewed, approved and presented final layouts to clients and department heads. • Reviewed final layout and suggested improvements as needed. • Sold campaigns and marketing strategies to clients. • Produced mini commercials for television and radio to promote products. • Photographed layouts using digital technology camera. • Hands on knowledge of publishing software programs. • Structured and maintained all areas of operating and producing a publication. • Dealt with editorial, design, marketing, sales, circulation, accounting and the A-Z of running a business. • Customized business/mentoring consulting programs to fit personal needs of clients. Companies of Employment: Woman2Woman Business Georgia Founder/CEO/Publisher/Charge Editor JA Mentoring & Consulting Georgia Founder/CEO GP Graphic Design Georgia Founder/CEO Gazette Publishing Georgia Publisher/Editor-in-Chief Trader Media Group (COX) Atlanta, Georgia Sales Manager
Cumming, Georgia, United States
Ed Clavell - Freelance Business Consulting & Business Planning
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5.0
2 Skills
$150
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Experienced Teacher, Speaker, Writer and Consultant; primarily working with Non-profit Organizations, Businesses and Churches. Assisting various organizations in implementing systems, procedures and training that will enable each organization to fulfill it's vision. Areas of specialization: Organizational Behavior; Leadership Training; Administrative Systems Development; Vision, Mission and Assessment Development; Basic Economic Theory Training.
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
TheresaVelazquez - Freelance DVD Design & Event Photography
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3.0
2 Skills
$50
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THERESA VELAZQUEZ IS THE OWNER AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF VELAZQUEZ PRODUCTIONS. Credits include performing in showcase, appearing in magazines, and newspaper articles, dance competitions, singing on television, choir concerts, film, television, produced dance shows, stage performances, modeling, beauty, and talent pageants. Awarded many first places at the National Dance Council of America (NDCA) DanceSport championship in amateur and professional categories such as, International Grand Ball (1990 to present), San Francisco Open (1990 to 2008), Autumn Classic (1990 to present), Holiday Ball, City Lights, and others. As a child, Theresa started performing in the annual Christmas and Easter plays in New York. She directed the Annual Fashion and Talent Show at her high school, Dodge High School in New York to raise money for charities. She attended the Academy of the Performing Arts in Los Angeles, California and trained with actors, such as Tippy Hendrick from "The Birds, " Greg Mullavey from "Mary Hartman," and many other actors. She is director and producer of Velazquez Productions (Film, music, dance, and corporate videos). Holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Phoenix, and author of a book "Health Issues and the Benefits of DanceSport," for her Doctorates in Management (DM). She also majored in Radio and Television at Delta College with Professor Story, Professor Deverell (Fox 40), Professor Villagomez, Professor Brogger (KCRA-TV3 Anchor). Coaches include Rick Page, camera person for Brooklyn Nine Nine, Golden Globe Winners; Marsha Posner, Emmy Winner, produced Brady Bunch, and Golden Girls; and Ellen Baxter of Mary Hartman. Projects include Sacramento Int'l. 48 Hour Film Festival, San Francisco 48 Hour Film Festival, and others Skills are camera operator, writing, video editor, lighting, sound, animation, and others. With 30 years in the dance industry she enjoys teaching, and has taught thousands of students around the United States and Canada. Her students and DanceSport Team participate in medal balls, showcases, and have won many 1st places at the National Dance Council of America (NDCA) Championships, such as, International Grand Ball, San Francisco Open, Autumn Classic, Holiday Ball, City Lights, and others. She is presently an independent dance instructor from 1998 to present. Instructed and performed at various community centers, libraries, museums, and for nonprofits. Upcoming jazz and ballroom dance classes (TBA) at the Peace & Justice Center in September 2014. With all her education, and years of experience in the performing arts Theresa decided to start, "Celebrity Performing Arts," (website is http://theresavelazquez12.wix.com/terrysperformingarts) offering a variety of classes, such as dancing, singing, music, acting, producing, directing, and others to help people in the arts. She believes that classes, proper training, and job opportunities will open the doors to the exciting world of entertainment. Trained and worked with the best in the dance industry, such as Bill and Floy Ranells, franchise owners of Fred Astaire’s Dance Schools; Mr. & Mrs. O’Sullivan franchise owners of Arthur Murray’s Dance Schools; Lillian Innocenzi-Powers and Michael Powers franchise owners of Arthur Murray’s; Mark Scolieri, Director of Cheryl Burke Dance Studio, and others. She is a dance champion, coach, performer, and mentor. Her dance styles include American Smooth, such as Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Quick Step, and Viennese Waltz. American Rhythm to include Bolero, Cha Cha, Mambo, Eastern Swing, Rumba, Samba, Jive, Paso Doble, Salsa, West Coast Swing, Hustle, Country Western. Other forms of dance training include Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet, Modern, and Theatre Art. She enjoys attending DanceSport competitions organized by the National Dance Council of America (NDCA), World Dance Council (WDC), International DanceSport Festival (IDF), and Salsa Congress. Theresa is a former USA Dance Inc Chapter 4044 Coordinator and President. USA Dance Inc is a non profit organization with more than 150 Chapters in the United States who focuses on helping youths, adults, seniors, and disabled persons learn to dance socially, and competitively for the National and World Championships. USA Dance competitive youth dancers are selected to perform and compete on the famous TV show Dancing With The Stars. Become a member of this exciting organization. She is the Vice President of Campus Records at Delta College, Office Manager & Community Relations person for Stone Soup Community Radio (nonprofit), writes for the Peace & Justice Center (nonprofit) "Connections" newspaper, and is the Communications & Outreach person for Peace and Justice. Stone Soup has stations locally, and around the world.
Stockton, California, United States
Jeremy Cote - Freelance Graphic Design & Photography
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3.5
2 Skills
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SUMMARY OF SKILLS Hello there, I am Jeremy Cote, a designer/developer/photographer from the South East part of the United States. I am finishing last bit of my degree in design with minor in journalism. I am in a unique position to offer better pricing than most others, because I am still in the proving stage of my freelance career. I also pride myself on providing great customer service, as I do not like to stop a job till the customer is happy with what they pay for. Please consider me if you are on a strict budget and are looking for a friendly and understanding experience. PROGRAMS AND SYSTEMS Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, HTML, CSS, Microsoft Office Photography and studio equipment. AWARDS AND ACHIEVMENTS Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society – Officer of Communications Collegiate All-American Scholar Award Enterprise-Ozark Community College 2005 Award for Outstanding Achievement in Photographical Studies Troy University 2010 Award for Outstanding Achievement in Photographical Studies Troy University 2011 Troy University Deans list 2011 WORK EXPERIENCE May 2011-current Graphic Designer, EEZTEC Solutions LLC Troy, Al Design and code website for clients Design logos, business cards, postcards, ect. Jan 2009- Jan2010 Photography Workship, Troy University, Al Photographed sports and events for archival and Troy University use. Organized physical archives and Documents. Jan 2009- Jan2010 Photography Editor, Tropolitan University Newspaper, Troy University, Al Give assignments to other photographers. Sorted and edited photographs from assignments. Photographed events and news. Jan 2008 - Jan 2009 Photographer Tropolitan University Newspaper, Troy University, Al Photographed events, news and sports.
Troy, Alabama, United States
Curt Rowlett - Freelance Paralegal & Research
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4.0
2 Skills
$25
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Curt Rowlett SKILLS Certificated legal administrative assistant Highly computer literate (Windows XP, Windows 7, Microsoft Office) Keyboarding at 60+ Wpm Excellent command of English language, grammar, and legal terminology Document drafting, formatting, proofreading, and editing Transcriptionist Software skills include Excel, PowerPoint, MS Word, FrontPage, Outlook, Google Drive, Google Calendar, Archibus CMMS Electronic and library legal research (West Law, Lexis Nexis, Internet) Document production and management, creating and maintaining filing systems (paper and electronic) Excellent telephone skills and front desk etiquette Ordering and maintaining office supplies Building & maintaining websites, utilizing social media Strong writing abilities Published author & magazine correspondent WORK HISTORY July 2013 to Present: Working as contract paralegal, and volunteering for interesting projects with area attorneys. November 2004 to July 2013: Administrative assistant/office manager for Raven Services, Inc., primary facilities contractor for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in Seattle, Washington. My duties included daily office management, data entry, creating and maintaining filing system, correspondence, drafting and editing reports, maintaining calendar for daily, weekly, biweekly, and monthly administrative tasks, supply ordering, maintaining email and telephone help desk, fielding trouble calls and radio dispatching work parties, employee human resources and health insurance liaison, acting safety training officer, completing biweekly payroll, managing petty cash account, monthly credit card reconciliation. February 2004 to November 2005: Legal assistant for Montgomery Scarp, PLLC, maritime law & personal injury; my duties included drafting, formatting, editing, and filing pleadings and other legal documents; performing research; witness locating and interviewing, daily administrative tasks and general office management. August 2003 to February 2004: Worked as a freelance paralegal/legal assistant with various Seattle area attorneys on an as-needed basis; drafting, formatting, proofreading, and editing pleadings and other legal documents; perform legal research; daily administrative tasks. November 2002 to August 2003: Legal assistant for Earthjustice, environmental law firm; my duties included drafting, formatting, proofreading, and editing pleadings and other legal documents; conducting legal research; appellate briefs, daily administrative tasks. June 2002 to November 2002: Worked for several legal temporary staffing agencies in the Seattle area; drafting, formatting, proofreading, and editing pleadings and other legal documents. August 1999 to May 2002: Assistant Paralegal at the Seattle Office of the Federal Public Defender; my duties included transcription; drafting, formatting, proofreading, and editing pleadings and other legal documents, including appellate briefs; court filing, organizing discovery materials; document production and management; interviewing witnesses; conducting legal research. March 1998 to June 1999: Legal Assistant to Ms. Gayle Murray Brenchley, sole practitioner, family law, probate attorney; my duties included legal research; drafting, formatting, proofreading, and editing pleadings and other legal documents; drafting deeds and pleadings; drafting and issuing subpoenas, daily administrative tasks and office management. March 1998 to June 1999: Paralegal to Mr. William B. Knowles, labor and employment law attorney; my duties included legal research; drafting, formatting, proofreading, and editing pleadings and other legal documents; daily administrative tasks. January 1996 to January 1998: Paralegal to Mr. Daniel Kane, criminal law attorney, sole practitioner; my duties included extensive legal research and writing of appellate briefs, legal arguments, motions and pleadings; trial assistance and jury selection; general office management. July 1995 to December 1996: Various part-time legal positions and contract paralegal work while attending school, including 3-month college legal internship. United States Merchant Marine United States Coast Guard, Honorable Discharge EDUCATION Gwinnett College, Lilburn, Georgia, Legal Administrative Assistant Program, Dean's List, Graduated December 23, 1996; Legal Administrative Assistant Certificate (paralegal). REFERENCES Available upon request.
Seattle, Washington, United States
Devorah Fruchter - Freelance Drawing & Book Illustration
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3.0
2 Skills
$50
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My name is Deborah F. Drawing is my passion! I've been in this field for several years now. My previous projects include portraits, sceneries, cartoons, etc. I've done oil paintings as well as pastel art. Whatever you need- i can do it!
United States
Angela M Sansone - Freelance Creative Writing & Graphic Design
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4.5
2 Skills
$9
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I am new to the site, I guess it would be best to just list what I am skilled in doing, but preferably I'd rather show my abilities and to what extent they exceed. I am highly trained for office and clerical duties, type fast, computer savvy and of course I take a genuine concern towards customer service tasks. This I assume, will be much different. I would think this would relate more to the things we are passionate about, where we expand our talents during the time spent away from work. The elective subjects we are advanced in, having sculpted and grown over years of spare time, the things we love to do, otherwise we wouldn't have been doing it so long for free. Writing and design, artistry, in more forms than one, have always been a passion of mine, I was never a fiction reader, although it doesn't stop the ideas for a good fiction book from popping into my head from time to time. As for what I preferred reading in my youth, I remember it was a tiring event as a kid to take trips to the library, hours spent with my family scaling wall to wall for something that might capture our interest with more than great pictures. Expected to find something other than dry humor or sarcastic literature, it was strongly suggested we find a few chapter books to avoid punishment. "The Goosebumps" series of books were just hitting shelves, and I believe R.L.Stein had written some older viewer content as well at this time. I would check out one or two at the most and rest would be documentaries, or some type of descriptive book on a particular subject. My brother would make me look bad, usually carrying at the minimum five of these chapter books, and for the next few weeks we were expected to actually complete them, which I know he usually did. My books that consisted of manuals, explanatory literary, even sometimes textbooks, and then of course my two chapter books met a different fate. By the time the day was over I would have ripped through my odd choices, read all about geology, gems, meteorites, sociology, even a large green book of sports articles dating back to the late 1800's. What ever I hadn't learned about, I wanted to, automotive mechanics, psychology, neurology, and if I could find work by Emerson, or Poe, that's where my eyes went. As for my fiction chapter books, well they could usually be found somewhere between my bed and wall, most often they stayed there until I had to return them. Once or twice I finished one here and there, but found myself thinking of better alternatives or frustrated with endings which didn't help the cause. Fictional reading usually just put me to sleep. Once I stopped taking these family trips to the library you could usually find me reading the dictionary and afterward, motivated by recent linguistic discoveries, I would write, articulate, and critique until I fell asleep. Writing wasn't my only passion, art and design were my only outlet to escape my mind, and I definitely needed to get away from time to time. Today I have taken my skills into the logo battlegrounds, and headed down a path of graphic art. Usually just drawing on "paper" on my ipad, it has spared me from having to buy art supplies, and art pads. I realized it's much easier to share your artwork if you draw it directly into a source portal for unlimited opportunities, such as the internet. So this is enough reminiscing, and explaining, if your interested in my talents or skills and would like to put them to good use, let me know. I am open minded about budgets, flexible in schedule, and willing to work in any field I have experience in. So don't hesitate to ask or fear proposing a complex request, I welcome challenge.
Henderson, Nevada, United States