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Jason Youngdale - Freelance Digital Art & Fantasy Art
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3.0
2 Skills
$22
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Visual Artist specializing in fantasy art, digital art, mold-making, and casting in pewter. I also dabble in acrylic painting and photography. I am currently studying digital 3D animation at Arizona State University. http://www.spraygraphic.com/jasonyoungdale
Maricopa, Arizona, United States
Rich Oliver - Freelance Cartooning & Book Cover Design
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3.5
2 Skills
$50
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Ba Degree in Art & Music Cartoonist and Musician Two Cartoon books in Publication and in "Barnes & Noble" & "Amazon" Darwin's Thumb Tip Miracles" Bingo is not A Four Letter Word. I do Gag & Panel Cartoons as well as Special request
Maricopa, Arizona, United States
Gerard VanAcker - Freelance Book Illustration & Presentation Assistance
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I am a proofreader in the process of expanding my resume. (Sorry my laptop wont let me put the accent above the e.) I will proofread a chapter of anything you are writing at no charge. Materials should be no shorter than ten pages and not longer than thirty.In exchange,I ask that you allow me to add your name and the title of your work to my resume. I will not plagiarize your work or share it...
Maricopa, Arizona, United States
Maceo Jourdan - Freelance Print Ad Design & Website Ad Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$500
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Marketing Strategist, Former Media Buyer, Chief Pontificator, Print & Digital Content Strategy, Resident Crossfit Fanatic www.BartonPublishing.com “Helping people experience vibrant, amazing, health through natural healing remedies" See our store! http://goo.gl/i1YcaQ
Maricopa, Arizona, United States
Mike Bast - Freelance Book Design & Video Editing
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2 Skills
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Maricopa, Arizona, United States
Deeptrope - Freelance Song Writing & Poem Writing
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2 Skills
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Maricopa, Arizona, United States
Wendy Blessing - Freelance Proofreading & Editing
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Maricopa, Arizona, United States
Arlinda Cassa - Freelance Animation & Art
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Maricopa, Arizona, United States

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Richard Beckish - Freelance Business Writing & Legal Translation
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RICHARD M. BECKISH, JR. 2994 Meredith Drive Pensacola, Florida 32504 (850) 982-8588 RBeckish@msn.com RESUME I am a successful attorney with over 20 years of experience and extensive trial and appellate work in both state and federal courts. • I have managed a law office, teams of attorneys, and complex litigation, all of which require time management, organizational and communications skills as well as knowledge of broad areas of the law. • I am licensed to practice in both Alabama and Florida and am also admitted to practice before the United States District Courts for the Southern District of Alabama, Northern and Middle Districts of Florida, and U. S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. I am also a Registered Mediator in Alabama. LEGAL EMPLOYMENT: 5/05 - Present Liberis & Associates, P.A., Pensacola, FL., Position: Senior Litigation Attorney Highlight Case: Citizens Property Insurance Corp. v. San Perdido Association, Inc. , 2012 Fla. LEXIS 2354. The client, a major condominium in the Pensacola area, suffered extensive damage from hurricane Ivan. After getting a multi-million dollar judgment against Citizens Property Insurance Corpor5ation for breach of contract, we filed suit for bad faith. The central issue in the case is whether Citizens, a quasi-governmental entity, is immune to bad faith liability for failure to promptly pay damage claims. The trial court denied a motion to dismiss based upon Citizens’ assertion of immunity and Citizens filed an interlocutory appeal. The Florida Supreme Court denied the appeal on procedural grounds and the case is currently remanded back to the trial court. This case has the potential for widespread impact on Florida property owners who depend upon Citizens as the insurer of last resort. Duties and Responsibilities: As the senior litigator I was in charge of all major litigation for the Firm in the areas of business, construction, real estate development, condominium and HOA law, and property and casualty insurance claims. As a result, I have handled some of the most complex legal issues, including corporate and partnership breakups, large scale construction warranty issues, development agreement disputes, qui tam actions, zoning and MSBU, and major hurricane claims. 1/94 - 7/04 Richard M. Beckish, P.C., Mobile, AL., Position: Owner/Attorney Highlight Case: Ex parte Lewter, 726 So. 2d 603 (Ala. 1998). This case involved allegations of fraud and conversion against an automobile dealer. The case was notable in that it set an important and widely cited procedural precedent in Alabama. The Alabama Supreme Court held that in order for a party to preserve error for appeal connected with a jury instruction, the party must first object at trial. Failure to do so constitutes a waiver of any such alleged error. Duties and Responsibilities: I operated a general litigation practice with emphasis on small business law, contracts, personal injury, collections, and criminal defense. This required the skills of both a lawyer and a business owner. 9/92 - 1/94 C. S. Chiepalich, P. C., Mobile, AL., Position: Associate Attorney Highlight Case: Sherrin v. Northwestern National Life Ins. Co., 2 F3d 373 (11th Cir. 1993). The case concerned allegations of bad faith failure to pay on a life insurance contract. The jury returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff on claims of breach of contract and fraudulent misrepresentation or suppression of material facts, awarding compensatory damages in the amount of $50,000 plus interest and an additional $150,000 in punitive damages. The Eleventh Circuit reversed in part and affirmed in part, holding that while the verdict for breach of contract was warranted based on the evidence, but that there was no evidence supporting the Plaintiff’s fraud claim because of Plaintiff’s testimony that she believed that she was insuring her own life, not that of her deceased husband. Duties and Responsibilities: As an associate for a plaintiffs’ firm I was called upon to handle a wide variety of cases, including personal injury claims, insurance claims, bad faith litigation, and criminal defense. This was my first job out of law school and within seven days of being employed I argued the Sherrin case. The very first court I ever set foot in was the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta. EDUCATION: Legal: Cumberland School of Law, Birmingham, Alabama. J.D., * National Mock Trial Team: ATLA National Mock Trial Competition. (Finalist) * Cumberland Trial Advocacy Board * Judicial Intern: U. S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit. Undergraduate: University of New York, Albany, New York. B.S. Business*. Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California. A.A. Public Administration. * (Completed undergraduate work during active military duty) MILITARY: 1/84 - 6/89 U.S. Navy Honorable Discharge, Rank: E-5. * Duties: operations, intelligence, special warfare, diver. * Numerous commendations and military schools.
Pensacola, Florida, United States
Tara Schmidt - Freelance Logo Design & Illustration
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3.0
2 Skills
$15
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Tara Schmidt Racine, WI 53405 earthtomars35@yahoo.com Education Certificate – World Wide Web Publishing August 2013 UW-Parkside Kenosha , WI Bachelor of Arts – Studio Art May 2002 Carthage College Kenosha, WI GPA Accumulative/*** Laude 3.58 Certificate in Total Data Processing May 1985 M.B.T.I. Business Training Institute Milwaukee, WI Related Pottery, Printmaking, Lithography, 2-D, 3-D, Visual Design, Illustration, Drawing, Coursework Stained Glass, Screen Printing, Art History, Photoshop, Creative Arts for children and adults. Related Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Edge, Flash, Coursework Computer Programming, Data Entry, Computer languages (Basic, RPG I, RPG II, Access, Cobalt) and Accounting. Experience University Service Program Associate November 2004 to Present University Wisconsin Parkside Kenosha, WI ? Assist Secretary of the Faculty o Microsoft Word and Excel o Perform Communication Duties o Web page updating with Macromedia Dream weaver and Contribute o Calculate and Prepare Budget Accounts and Forms o Process Correspondence o Process emails o Process invoices o Order and Maintain Supplies Administrative Coordinator/Program Assistant April 1999 to May 2004 University Wisconsin Parkside Kenosha, WI • Assist Director of Youth Programs o Perform Communication Duties o Coordinate Conference Needs (i.e., rooms, display, tables, etc.) o Coordinate Conference & Program Materials o Coordinate Parking o Record & Process Deposits and Refunds o Plan & Implement Registration & Fee Processes o Coordinate Marketing o Author & Process Correspondence o Program & Conference Assisting o Order & Maintain Supplies o Design Forms & Marketing Correspondence • Assist Director of Continuing Education & other CCP Departments o Performed Communication Duties o Coordinated Conference Needs (i.e., rooms, food, display, tables, etc.) o Coordinated Conference & Program Materials o Coordinated Parking o Recorded & Processed Deposits and Refunds o Processed Registrations o Coordinated Marketing o Processed Correspondence o Assisted with Programs & Assisted at Conferences o Processed Adjunct Instructor Contracts o Completed & Processed Invoices o Ordered, Retrieved, & Maintained Supplies • Assist Director of EWAHEC o Performed Communication Duties o Coordinated Conference & Program Materials o Coordinated Room & Meeting Reservations o Attended Board Meetings o Took Board Meeting Minutes o Prepared Meeting Minutes for board meetings Experience Cont’d o Calculated & Prepared Budget forms and applications o Recorded & Processed Invoices o Managed Files o Maintained & Executed QuickBooks Bookkeeping & Records System o Recorded & Processed Deposits and Refunds o Coordinated Disbursement signing o Authored & Processed Correspondence o Coordinated Board Members Travel Plans o Performed All Banking Travel o Reconciled Bank Statements o Ordered, Retrieved, & Maintained Supplies Art Teacher August 2001 to August 2003 St. Joseph’s Catholic Grade School Racine, WI o Taught Art to Grades 1 – 8 o Planned Lessons/Graded Work Completed o Organized & Ordered class supplies & materials o Prepared Art Show Art Teacher Summer 2002 & 2006 University Wisconsin Parkside Kenosha, WI Art Camp Elementary & Middle School Prepared Art Show Kenosha Public Museum Summer 2006, 2007, 2008 Art Camp Elementary & Middle School Kenosha, WI Administrative Assistant May 1998 to May 1999 Children’s Land of Learning Racine, WI o Performed Communication Duties o Processed Accounts Payable/Receivable o Prepared Payroll Secretary July 1986 to May 1997 International Brotherhood of Electrical Kenosha & Racine, WI Workers, Locals 127, and 430 • Managed Office o Performed Communication Duties o Meeting Preparations o Prepared Union Dues Receipts o Prepared Bank Reconciliation’s for several accounts o Performed Bookkeeping and Payroll for several accounts o Prepared and Processed Health & Welfare, and Pension Claims o Prepared & Processed Apprenticeship forms, books, and information o Recorded & Processed Deposits, Refunds, and Reimbursements o Performed Banking Duties & Travel o Calculated & Prepared Budget forms and applications o Recorded & Processed Invoices o Managed Files o Coordinated Disbursement signing o Authored & Processed Correspondence o Ordered & Maintained Supplies o Processed General Union Information Honors Deans List, Carthage College Fall 1998 - Spring 2002 Racine Art Guild Scholarship Fall 2000 & Fall 2001 Awards Carthage Postcard Competition Spring 2001 Racine Sand Castle’s Summer 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006 Racine Art Guild Logo Design Spring 2004 Activities Manager /Coach, Adult & Children’s Recreational Softball/Volleyball 32 Years Volunteer/Designer Racine Festival of Trees 5 Years Logo Designer 12 Years Downtown Racine Corp. Art Projects 5 Years Senior Citizen Financial Assisting 10 Years Certificates Diversity Circles Spring 2004 References Evelyn Zepp – 262-639-0792, zepp@uwp.edu Charles Cooper – 262-632-1210 Lorraine Haeffel-262-595-2326, haeffel@uwp.edu Walter Feldt – 262-633-5511, feldt@uwp.edu
Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States