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Sunny - Freelance Travel Writing & Article Writing
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Education Goucher College, Baltimore, MD Master of Arts in Cultural Sustainability (currently pursuing) • Coursework includes cultural and economic development, cultural policy, documentation, leadership, financial skills, communications, social entrepreneurship, and interpretive planning Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT Bachelor of Arts, Japanese Studies, May 2006 • 3.62 GPA,...
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

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Artsyglamgirl - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Digital Art
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I am professional illustrator that has sold art all around the world. My artwork has been featured in galleries nationwide and now I am offering to draw illustrations for your books, children's books or e-books. If you have a different project, please message me so I can answer your questions. My most recent story was a collaboration with an author from Finland who published a book of fairy tales which I illustrated. My main subjects that I specialize in are children, pets, families and children's illustration. I look forward to working with you.
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Mike Griffith - Freelance Ghostwriting & Fiction Writing
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I am a huge sports fan. I have done play-by-play on radio for high school and college football and basketball. I was also the stations sports director, which required me to contact the various sports venues and make sure that broadcast lines were available. I have run my own fantasy baseball and football leagues, as well as being the statistician in other leagues. I have also coached a children's soccer team. I enjoy watching baseball, football, basketball, hockey and soccer. Sports hae always been a very important part of my life.
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Daniel Bristol - Freelance Poem Writing & Article Writing
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I am an experienced writer by just shy of 20 years. I am creative in my writing, but love poetry the most. My heart and feelings shine inside my poetry and all my writing, but all who read my writings can identify with the words and meaning behind it. Poetry is my true passion of life. I have eight years experience in photography and photojournalism. If photogrpahy is the path I follow, it will be laced with nature and scenic shots. I also carry to the table ten years of administrative support type work, from working in a personnel office, handling records, pay documents, inputting data into a database and other secretarial type jobs.
Suffolk, Virginia, United States
Osama Shofani - Freelance Operations Management & Business Management
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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. 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Damien Prince - Freelance Portrait Art & Drawing
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I'm 26 years old and an electrician by trade. I have been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome in the last few months. So I'm not able to do that kind of work much longer. I love to draw portraits on the side in my spare time. Am trying to go full time with it. Kids, families, pets, it does not matter I can draw it. Would feel privileged to draw for you. Its your picture so I know it means a lot to you, that's why I put my heart into my pictures. Please contact me and we could do a wonderful drawing for you.
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Suzanne Scacca - Freelance Blog Writing & Content Writing
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Currently, I work as a ghost writer for a number of companies, with a focus on educating businesses on marketing, hospitality, and technology. I am very familiar with marketing best practices, have extensive experience as a writer and proofreader, and am quite adept at developing content plans for my clients.
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Melanie Leonard - Freelance Ad Design & Brochure Design
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Karim Yaghleji - Freelance Arabic Translation & Article Writing
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Experience: Translator Dec.2013-till present Multi Language Publishing House English Teacher Oct. 2012- till present Neighborhood Adult Literacy Action Head of Language Department; English and Arabic Teacher June 2011- Sept 2012 Syrian Center for Training and Economic Consultation Head of Language Department; English and Arabic Teacher April 2011- Aug 2012 United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees Lecturer Sept 2009- Aug 2012 Aleppo University English Instructor Aug 2009- Aug 2012 Higher Institute of Languages (Aleppo University) English Instructor Sept 2009- Aug 2011 Faculty of Law (Aleppo University) English Teacher Jan 2009- Dec 2010 Dar Al-Noor Institute Translator Feb 2008- Feb 2010 Yaman Fairs English Teacher & Superrvisor July 2006- Oct 2008 Addiya Institute Translator and Commercial Correspondent June 2001- May 2004 Pharma Plus Education: Master Degree Teaching English as Foreign Language Sept 2010 Aleppo University Bachelor Degree English Literature May 2007 Aleppo University Certificates: Certificate of Teaching English to Young Learners March 2013 (University of Oregon- U.S.A) Certificate of Appreciation Feb 2012 Higher Institute of Languages International Visitor Leadership Program March 2012- Oct 2012 U.S. Department of State- Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Certificate of Special Education in TEFL Aug 2011 (University of Oregon- U.S.A) Certificate of Teacher’s Training Feb 2011 British Council Certificate of English Language Teacher Training May 2010 British Council Knowledge and Administration in Business Certificate June 2007 SHABAB Group in association with the International Labor Organization & Aleppo University Additionally: *I attended TESOL International Convention and English Language Expo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 2012 *I’ve worked with United Nations in Aleppo as a volunteer (Teaching staff members English) April 1 2011- July 31 2011 *Member of ARAB PROFESSIONAL TRANSLATORS SOCIETY (Lebanon) *I have attended teachers’ training workshops in Aleppo University supported by (Oregon University). *I participated in the 7th International symposium on “Teaching Languages Using Technology” at the Higher Institute of Languages, November 2010 *Creating and Designing Online Educational Materials through Moodle (Workshop). August 2010. (Francophone) *I attended the 6th International Symposium on “Testing and Measurement in Teaching Foreign Languages” At the Higher Institute of Languages-Aleppo University, October 2009. *Using Internet and E-mail (Workshop) August 2007(Francophone) *Excel (workshop) August 2007 (Francophone)
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Rachel Warner - Freelance Blog Writing & Article Writing
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Education: Eastside High School class of 2010 International Baccalaureate Diploma Recipient 2010 Wesleyan University class of 2014 Majors: English & Psychology Languages: English- native language Spanish- speak fluently and read/write with proficiency Previous Employment: Olin Library: Middletown, Connecticut [Circulation Desk Worker, 10 hrs/week] [Check out/in books to students, answer the phone, handle all customer relations of the main campus library] Olin Library: Middletown, Connecticut [Shelving, 5 hrs/week] [Shelve all books in assigned section, general housekeeping and maintenance of library facilities] Employer Information: Randy Wilson Library Assistant Provides assistance to faculty and students related to CTW consortium borrowing, places recalls, and handles problem requests. Bills for lost and damaged books. Deals with Sunday-Thursday evening circulation problems. rwilson@wesleyan.edu (860) 685-3879 Dianne Kelly Library Assistant Provides assistance to faculty and students related to circulating Wesleyan Library collections. Supervises all Olin Circulation Desk activities and the Circulation student workers. Deals with weekday circulation problems. dkelly@wesleyan.edu (860) 685-3877 References: Julie Johnson: Teacher at P.K. Younge; known for 10 years (352) 475-1012 Denise Standiford: English Teacher at Eastside High School; Known for 4 years (352) 955-6704 Gene Peir: Physics Teacher at Eastside High School; Known for 4 years (352) 213-3760
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