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Jariana Powell - Freelance Animal Illustration & Book Cover Design
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$23
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Freelance fashion Illustrator, I take pride in creating unique , clean, and elegant designs.Easy to work with and my communication with clients is very reliable.I specialize in painting, sketching, and much more.
California, United States
Rose Martula - Freelance Script Writing & Secretarial
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"Playwright Rose Martula has been called “the Chekhov of her generation". Selected by Dramatists Guild Magazine as "1 of 50 playwrights to watch", interest in her plays has been received by the Royal Court Theatre, the Manhattan Theatre Club, the Atlantic Theatre, the Geffen Playhouse, Labyrinth Theatre Company, the Mark Taper Forum, the Chesterfield Film Project, Playwrights Horizons, South Coast Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, the Magic Theatre, the Goodman, Oregon Shakespeare Festival & Yale School of Drama/Yale Repertory Theatre. A Young Playwrights finalist & two-time Skirball McKennis winner, nominated for a LARK Pony-Fellowship, a semi-finalist for the 2009 Princess Grace Awards as well at PlayLabs at The Playwrights Center, Martula most recently worked with Pulitzer-prize winning playwright, Lanford Wilson on an adaption of his play Balm and Gilead. London Arts Blog/UK Fridge writes, "With her 2nd production in London, her first full-length premiering at the Old Red Lion in 2007, this is a playwright of undeniable skill and appeal, and her newest play, Brooklyn, is a continued display of her talent and creativity. Ms. Martula’s play is a rapid-fire dialogue, which builds in intensity over its hour run time to a harrowing and shocking conclusion." ? Martula was first produced off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theater in New York at the Young Playwrights Festival with her full-length play Packed. London productions include plays Brooklyn & Salsa Saved The Girls at the **** Tavern Theatre, the Old Red Lion & Soho Theatre respectively. Los Angeles productions include Ran Wild at the Powerhouse Theatre in Santa Monica, Salsa Saved The Girls at the Eclectic Company Theatre in N. Hollywood, A Heavenly Blast & The Color of Ice at the New Play Festival at the Freud Playhouse at UCLA & Drink Up, Baby as part of the Francis Ford Copolla One-Act Play Festival. Staged readings include The King's Head Theatre, Powerhouse Theater at NY Stage & Film & Soho Rep. Columbia University awarded Martula the Scholastic Press Award for Best Traditional Fiction from an excerpt of her novel-in-progress. She received a BFA in fiction writing from Columbia College Chicago, an MFA in playwriting at UCLA, & is currently co-writing a new musical with playwright-composer, Joe Iconis. “The Chekhov of her generation.” -- Leon Katz (Emeritus Professor of Drama from the Yale School of Drama) “Martula's Salsa Saved The Girls is incisive and original." The LA Times?“Her dialogue is lively, spirited, and quite fresh.” -- La Jolla Playhouse?“Drink up, Baby is a fascinatingly bold, even fearless piece.” –- Playwrights Horizon “A Heavenly Blast is entertaining and vigorously written.” – The Royal Court?“A Heavenly Blast is colorful and irreverent.” -- Playwrights Horizons PRODUCTION EXPERIENCE: WRITER'S ASSISTANT: 05/20/03-01/20/04. Zucker Netter Productions. Los Angeles, CA. OFFICE ASSISTANT: 08/1/05/03-08/01/04. Red Hour Films. Los Angeles, CA. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: 09/01/99-5/15/00. Hair Trigger Literary Magazine. Chicago, IL. ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE: RECEPTIONIST: 01/15/10-05/01/11. Facilites & Campus Planning. UMass Amherst. OFFICE ASSISTANT: 03/05/10-08/15/10. Controller's Office. UMass Amherst. OFFICE ASSISTANT/DATA ENTRY: 04/05/09-10/15/09. Martula Financial Planning. Hadley, MA. RECEPTIONIST: 04/15/05-8/20/08. Smith Barney Citigroup. Beverly Hills, CA. WRITER'S ASSISTANT: 05/20/03-01/20/04. Zucker Netter Productions. Los Angeles, CA. OFFICE ASSISTANT: 08/1/05/03-08/01/04. Red Hour Films. Los Angeles, CA. EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: 09/01/99-5/15/00. Hair Trigger Literary Magazine. Chicago, IL. TEACHING EXPERIENCE: PLAYWRITING: 01/10/03-05/02/03. Teacher's Assistant, Intermediate Playwriting. UCLA. PLAYWRITING: 05/20/03-08/20/03. At-risk inner city youth Playwriting Teacher. The Association House. Chicago, IL. FICTION WRITING: 01/15/00-5/01/00. Fiction Writing Tutor. Columbia College Chicago. Chicago, IL. EDUCATION: UCLA: May 15th, 2003. MFA in Playwriting. COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO: May 15th, 2000. BFA in Fiction Writing.
Newark, New Jersey, United States
Breigh - Freelance Creative Writing & Poem Writing
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My main focuses are poetry and songs my lyric style is blues/ rock and roll but I can work with much more. I have also done reviews for websites and zines in Northern California. I have been paid to write essays since high school.
Denton, Texas, United States
Mike Fortier - Freelance Anime Art & Comic Art
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art is a way of life right now im living my art experience in the security field. protect with finess is my style. give me a pencil and a ink pen and color pencils and watch the universe unfold from your deepest mindset.
Copperas Cove, Texas, United States
Marika Pascucci Waller - Freelance Translation & Photo Editing
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Marika Waller ________________________________________________________________________________ RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE June 2011 to present Mental Health America of South Carolina, Bridges Clubhouse Clinical Counselor Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients' treatment. Encourage clients to express their feelings and discuss what is happening in their lives, and help them to develop insight into themselves and their relationships. Guide clients in the development of skills and strategies for dealing with their problems. Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports. Counsel clients and patients, individually and in group sessions, to assist in overcoming dependencies, adjusting to life, and making changes. Collect information about clients through interviews, observation, and tests. Act as client advocates in order to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations. Evaluate clients' physical or mental condition based on review of client information. Meet with families, probation officers, police, and other interested parties in order to exchange necessary information during the treatment process. Counsel family members to assist them in understanding, dealing with, and supporting clients or patients. Plan, organize and lead structured programs of counseling, work, study, recreation and social activities for clients. Modify treatment activities and approaches as needed in order to comply with changes in clients' status. Discuss with individual patients their plans for life after leaving therapy. Gather information about community mental health needs and resources that could be used in conjunction with therapy. Monitor clients' use of medications. Plan and conduct programs to prevent substance abuse or improve community health and counseling services. January 2011- June 2011 USAG FT Jackson, South Carolina CYS Skies Instructor – Pre-school , NF-1702-03, Temporary Flex position Maintains control of and accounts for the whereabouts and safety of children and youth. Oversees arrival/departure of children/youth. Supervises children and youth during daily schedule of the Bright Academy Program. Works in ratio with children. Encourages participant interest and establishes a program setting that promotes positive child and youth interactions with other children, youth, and adults. Monitors staff/child or youth ratios to ensure adequate staffing. Plans, coordinates, and conducts activities for program participants based on observed needs of individual children. December 2008- April 2011 U.S. Africa Command/ Public Affairs Office Stuttgart, Germany Public Affairs Technician (Administrative Specialist), YB-0303-02 (GS-7) - Receive and screen incoming correspondence to determine the requirement, degree or timing of the involvement of the Director of Public Affairs. - Screens all incoming telephone calls for proper channeling. - Compose routine and non-routine correspondence on behalf of the Director of Public Affairs. - Research files, compile background data, and prepare correspondence for supervisor's signature. - Administer the records management program of the office. - Maintain supervisor's calendar. - Update and maintain the UMID database. - Serve as the certified Security Manager for the directorate, providing security guidelines and procedures, providing pre-travel briefings to staff, accessing the JPAS and SSO database, passing personnel's Secret and Top Secret Clearance information to other Commands when necessary, performing admin security functions. - Serve as the certified Workgroup Administrator (WGA). - Perform TCO duties. - Receive and transmits electronic messages. - Type news releases, information papers, decision papers, speeches, trip reports, and other miscellaneous items pertaining to media relations. - Make necessary arrangements for travel, transportation, schedule of visits, and hotel reservations for the staff in the Directorate. -Performs primary role of Official Defense Travel System Administrator (ODTA) -Performs primary role of Records Management Officer. - Formats press releases for distribution to media. - Handle or administer classified personnel and other Command actions/issues. - Gather and review informational material from various printed and electronic media sources. - Edit and proofread material prepared by staff members. - Check material for accuracy, security, propriety and consistency with established policies. - Maintain liaison with and provide assistance to component Public Affairs Offices. - Assist higher-level staff members in writing news articles. Gather, receive, evaluate and edit acquired information. Obtain and clarify information and verify dates, times and places. - Use desktop publishing technology to write or edit materials and develops graphics materials. - Purchase office supplies following proper procedures. - Translate news articles from Italian media to English. June 2008/ December 2008 USAG STUTTGART CYS/Central Enrollment and Registration Stuttgart, Germany Lead Administrative Assistant, NF-0303-03 -Oversee the administrative management of the reception area the CYS Central Enrollment and Registration. -Compile background data -Research files -Receive children, youth, parents, and other visitors in a courteous manner. -Answer main telephone, ascertain nature of call and direct caller to appropriate staff, take a message or personally provide desired information. -Obtain and verify information from patrons and/or Chain of Command -Provide customer service expected in a "First Choice" organization. -Utilize Child and Youth Management System (CYMS) to oversee the collection, accurate accounting and reporting of funds; and to collect and maintain up-to-date statistical data for planning and reporting purposes IAW higher headquarters and statutory requirements. -Utilize an electronic cash register system and calculator to compute and record individual transactions for customers and to enter data into predefined categories for regulatory-signed statistical reports and tracking of income data as it pertains to the CYS program. -Provide administrative support including typing/word processing, mail preparation, copying, distribution, telephone calls, and travel orders for CYS personnel. -Using office automation equipment and word processing software, prepare a variety of correspondence, memorandums, briefings and Daily Activity and other reports required for day-to-day operation. -Refer to agency regulations, flip charts, dictionaries, and other typical office reference materials to ensure proper format, grammatical accuracy, and correct spelling. -Maintain records, files, statistical data, and suspense system. -Assist in maintaining leave records, and time and attendance records. -Use E-Mail to send and retrieve messages. -Understand and articulate policies relating to patron fees, waiting lists and program events. -Coordinate vacancies and reservations for the hourly care program as required. -Work cooperatively with Resource and Referral to track program vacancies and occupancy rates as required. -Ensure risk management procedures (i.e., abuse prevention, identification, and reporting procedures; accident prevention, etc.) are followed. -Monitor supplies and resources. -Order office supplies. -Assist in facility key control. November 2007/June 2008 USAG STUTTGART NAF HRO Stuttgart, Germany Human Resources Assistant, NF-0203-02 -Perform clerical work in the administrative processing of personnel transactions, record keeping, and in-processing/out-processing of employees. -Input data into the DCPDS automated personnel database. -Provide orientation and explains matters related to employment and employment opportunities and associated benefit programs. -Process required background checks and physicals and follows-up to ensure completion. -Maintain official employee personnel records and files. -Filing, faxing, scanning, copying. -Prepare correspondence for supervisor's signature. October 2006/July 2007 Seahawk North America, LLC Miami Lakes, FL Executive Administrative/ Accounting Assistant -Organize and keep up to date executives' and office's calendar, schedule appointments and establish priorities -Create worksheets, implement internal administrative procedures and processes -Proofread correspondence and informational material for grammar and syntax accuracy, punctuation and format. -Implement and tailor employee's handbook -Receive inbound calls pertaining to the company's business and directed them to the right person. -Prepare correspondence for supervisor's signature. -Receive and screen incoming correspondence and distribute it to the executives and the staff. -Perform filing, faxing, scanning, copying. -Revision manuals for the ships managed by the company. -Assist and brainstorm with CEO for the development of company's briefings and/or conferences. -Gather information for future company's endeavors. -Make travel arrangements for the company's executives. -Create and format the layout of menus run on board of the ships -Create invoices -Purchase and maintain supplies in stock for office activity -Receive Purchase Requisitions from the ships and process them, following up until complete order has been placed and has been delivered on board. -Resolve purchasing disputes between vendors and ships -Prepare expenses reports for the month billing and invoicing -Prepare and create invoices for business' activity -Keep track of expenses and clients accounts -Balance monthly expenses and income June 2006/September 2006 Carnival Cruise Lines Miami, FL Cruise Vacation Specialist (Direct Guests) -Receive inbound calls pertaining to future cruise vacations or already existing bookings from direct guests or travel agencies. -Process refunds and changes on travel and services bookings -Provide information to guests on Carnival cruises and ships -Make outbound calls following up previous requests -Process payment requests June 2005- May 2006 Asilo Nido La Stanga – Vicenza, Italy Infant and Preschool Teacher -Provide care for children in groups by age, ranging from infants through preschool age. -Plan and conduct lessons and activities in the child development program to meet the developmental and physical needs of the children. -Provide for safety and care of children through constant supervision, proper maintenance of equipment, diapering and proper health routines. -Ensure children depart with authorized persons according to written parental instructions. -Conduct parent-teacher meetings to inform parents and/or guardians of progress and/or concerns. Nov 1998-April 2005 Telecom Italia Mobile SpA (TIM) Padua, Italy Senior Customer Care Representative -Receive inbound calls from customers -Make outbound calls for quality/satisfaction survey -Research and follow up on customer problems and respond to questions -Provide customer information regarding payments due -Enter data and retrieve customer information using the company's computer system -Explain services or fees and rate structures -Interpret and explain policies and regulations -Adjust customer accounts -Prepare customer billing information and adjustments -Research and make decisions regarding payments on overdue accounts -Maintain and reconcile customer and accounting files -Review and prepare standard correspondence relating to company’s activities and offers -Process and distribute incoming mail -Process payment requests -Sell plans and specs to customers -Input customer service requests with the potential of creating work orders -Train new hires in procedures, selling techniques and customer service procedures. EDUCATION: University of South Carolina Graduate Program Rehabilitation Counseling (MRC) and Psychiatric Counseling (Certificate) 2nd year American Military University 2010 Bachelor Science in Child and Family Development GPA 3.69 Almerico Da Schio 1996 Vicenza, Italy High School Diploma Tourism GPA 3.85 Dean's List Spring 2007 semester. Dean's List Summer 2007 semester. Dean's List Fall 2007 semester. Dean's List Spring 2008 semester. Dean's List Summer 2008 semester. Dean’s List Spring 2009 semester. KEYWORD SUMMARY: - Great knowledge of Army CYSS structure and services, guidelines and regulations. - Mother of two boys, age 9 and 6 and an Army Spouse. -Good knowledge of Microsoft Office Products (Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, etc.) -Bilingual in Italian and English. -55 wpm -Outgoing person -Very reliable and patient -Thrive for excellence and challenges -Very determined and focused REFERENCES: Joshua T. Richardson Bridges Clubhouse Clinical Counselor 803-300-2835 thejoshrichardson@gmail.com Mr. Samuel Thompson USAG Stuttgart/ Child, Youth and School Services CYSS Administrator, NF-04 Stuttgart Germany 011-49-7031-2830378 samuel.s.thompson@us.army.mil , samandmistythompson@yahoo.com LCDR James D. Stockman US Africa Command Public Affairs Officer James.stockman@africom.mil More references available upon request.
Cayce, South Carolina, United States
Pamela Hosni - Freelance Stationery Design & Architectural Illustration
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I'm an architect I know how to use different CAD programs as well as all Adobe programs. I enjoy making paper stationary crafts like personalized invites for any occasion. I'm bilingual and I've offered my translation services before and I got positive feedback.
United States
Susan Gaynor - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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5.0
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$26
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SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS ? Over 14 years of quality editing and writing service for a Fortune 500 Company. ? Outstanding professional, results-oriented editing and writing for a variety of written documents and projects. ? Expertise and knowledge of Chicago, APA and MLA styles. ? English teaching experience on the secondary and college levels. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE May 1998 - October 2012 JPMorgan Chase Columbus, Ohio Senior Editor ? Edited high-level documentation for approval and use by management and government agencies. ? Developed and wrote the Chase Home Lending Style Guide standards for writing and formatting of all written customer correspondence and procedures. ? Implemented the use of the Chase Home Lending Style Guide, including ongoing facilitation of training for over 1,000 employees. ? Wrote and edited over 5,000 departmental customer letter templates for use by research departments. ? Developed and implemented audit process for quality review of all research departments’ customer response letters. ? Reviewed and edited all scripted KANA email responses to customers’ email inquiries. EDUCATION Marshall University Huntington, West Virginia Bachelor of Arts Degree, English and Communications Ohio University Athens, Ohio 32 Graduate Hours, English and Theatre The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio 12 Graduate Hours, English and Secondary Education Marshall University Huntington, West Virginia 32 Graduate Hours, English Graduate Teaching Assistant University of Phoenix 18 Graduate Hours toward MBA REFERENCES Nancy Sterling-Dalton, Vice President, JPMorgan Chase (512) 809-8747 Bruce Mann, Assistant Vice President, JPMorgan Chase (614) 422-3851 Ada H. Achmoody, Sr. Communications Analyst (Writer), JPMorgan Chase (614) 422-6139 Susan Sather, Sr. Ops Analyst (Writer/Editor), JPMorgan Chase (614) 422-6248 Further references available upon request.
Sylva, North Carolina, United States
Christopher Glenn - Freelance Audio Editing & Movie Production
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EXPERIENCE Assistant Engineer – Atlanta, GA 01/2009 – 06/2009 · Assisted in tracking and mixing · Projects include: Down Since One demo for Down Tree Records · Equipment use includes: Sonar home recording software Assistant Re-Recording Mixer – Los Angeles, CA 08/2011 - 09/2011 “Camera” – Dir. Jonathan Gabbai · Assisted in the Re-recording mix process · Score Editor, Sound Designer and assisted in Composing Assistant Re-Recording Mixer – Los Angeles, CA 08/2011 – 09/2011 “Entranced” – Dir. Jim Stevens · Assisted in the Re-recording mix process · Score Editor, Backgrounds Editor Sound Design/Re-Recording Mixer – Los Angeles, CA 09/2011 – Present “My *****’s Possessed” – Dir. Nicholas Tana · Sound Design & Re-recording Mixer for current web series Sound Design – Los Angeles, CA 09/2011 – 10/2011 “One More Cup of Coffee” - Dir. Paul Garcia · Sound Design for student thesis film Re-Recording Mixer – Los Angeles, CA “Desert Patrol” – Dir. Joseph Brock · Re-Recording Mix for two current web series episodes 10/2011 – Present EDUCATION The Los Angeles Recording School – Hollywood, CA 07/2010 – Present Associates of Science in Recording Arts Metropolitan State College of Denver – Denver, CO 08/2003 – 06/2005 Marketing Major WORK HISTORY Legacy Mortgage – Canton, GA 01/2008 – 06/2010 Chief Loan Processor · Managed the processing department, delegating to 4 assistant processors · Oversaw incoming loan requests from potential buyers · Handled communication between banks and Attorneys to assist in getting buyers to the closing table National City Mortgage – Atlanta, GA 04/2005 – 12/2007 Closing Coordinator ·Delegated incoming Conventional, FAH, VA loan requests to proper Closer ·Created comprehensive check sheet used to assist in file flow, later implemented by the company to use at all satellites and branches SKILLS Audio & MIDI – Pro Tools 9, Logic Pro 9, Soundtrack Pro 3, M-audio Auxiom25 V2, Neve VR 36 & 60, SSL 9000 & SSL Duality large format Mixing Consoles Office Software - Mac & PC, Microsoft Word & PowerPoint Audio Post Production - Audio editing, Sound Design, Dialogue and Background, Re-Record Mixing Signal Flow - Studied patch bay configuration & outboard gear signal flow
Canoga Park, California, United States
Monica O'Neill - Freelance Art & Children's Book Illustration
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5.0
2 Skills
$30
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Bachelors degree in studio art and art education. licensed art instructor with 11 years teaching experience. Skills in drawing,murals, painting, encaustic, clay, & metal. Awarded for drawing and painting at the river arts council and Cheekwood botanical museum. Illustrator of the Apple Cobbler Pie (children's book).
Central, Tennessee, United States
Nicole McNeill - Freelance Television Production & Video Production
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OBJECTIVE: Looking to work as a producer, video editor or assistant in a film or television production house where my innovative creativity, technological skill and experience will help the company prosper as I grow within a new experience. QUALIFICATIONS SUMMARY: •Previous experience as an offline and online video editor, producer and production assistant in fiction and reality Film and Television. •Proficient with film and digital video and audio equipment and software including Avid, Final Cut Pro, PD170, Bolex, Arriflex, Pro tools, Flash. •Knowledge of Mac Operating Systems, codecs, and most media applications including iMovie, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, DVD Studio Pro. •Extremely innovative in the use of materials and the aesthetics of storytelling as a producer. •Ability to adapt to different styles of storytelling from traditional to experimental as a video editor. •Capable of working independently and as a team even on weekends and overnight to meet deadlines. •Flexible with schedule and willing to travel for the production needs of the company. •Professional, organized, observant, goal-oriented and loyal employee to the company. •Proven abilities to be efficient as a multi-tasking, dependable worker.
Bayonne, New Jersey, United States