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Rae Costa-Pierson - Freelance Outdoor Photography & Nature Photography
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Rae A. Costa-Pierson 9552 Corey Ct. Santee, CA 92071 619-448-4738/619-871-6326 JOB OBJECTIVE: To write and to take photographs in a freelance capacity which will enable me to contribute to the development and success of various travel-related publications and websites. WRITING EXPERIENCE: · Content writer for Sandiegocitytourist.com travel website · Contributor to...
Santee, California, United States
Terry Naughton - Freelance Book Illustration & Caricature Art
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TERRANCE D. NAUGHTON 6468 Bounty Ct. San Diego, CA 92120 (619) 992-7331 SUMMARY Over 20 years experience producing various forms of artwork for major companies in the entertainment industry. Strengths include storyboarding, drawing, painting, and caricature. Also proficient in team building, scheduling, and inventory control. Work independently or as a team member under tight...
Santee, California, United States
Glenda D Nash - Freelance Admin Support & Paralegal
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am a paralegal specialize in real estate law civil litigation corporation law business law wills trusts estate administration
Santee, California, United States
Joshua Collins - Freelance Poem Writing & Technical Writing
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Self and well read in several great topics! I have voice transcription, I have read on writing well in subject and retoric, comparison and contrast many many ...... subjects. Will write daily and edit reviews of people, places or things for a substantial income opportunity...Please call me at 619-940-6489
Santee, California, United States
Hseiken - Freelance Comic Art & Manga Art
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Comic artist, illustrator
Santee, California, United States
Aline Cramer - Freelance Graphic Design & Flyer Design
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Special Effects - Film - Movie - Black & White - Era - ******* - and other types.
Santee, California, United States
Najeba Shamon - Freelance Arabic Translation & Language Translation
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Associate degree in Arabic TESOL Certifcate U.SA Citizen
Santee, California, United States

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Paula Dupont - Freelance Writing & Editing
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Do you have a communications plan? Does it actually tie to your business objectives? Do you dread the thought of writing a business letter? Do you come up dry when thinking about a marketing piece? Do your press releases lack zip? Do you know good blogging and what it can do for you? Do your own articles bore you? Do you wonder about every comma and semicolon? Do you try to pawn off the writing on someone else? Let me help! I have a unique background blending lots of science coursework (and interests), with education and experience in business communication and instructional design. With a BS in Psych and a Masters in Communication Management, I spent my early years at a consulting firm where our motto was “If they don’t have the talent or time, they hire us.” I’ve had clients from Prodigy to Sears to Citibank to Kimberly Clark. And the services I provided ran the gamut: on-line training course development to packaging; advertising copy to technical writing. What the clients wanted they got – exceptionally written and done quickly. I enjoyed nearly ten years of fast-paced external consulting and in-house communication. Since I left corporate America and hung out my own shingle, I’ve been a strong consulting and writing presence in my local community -- and well beyond. I’ve written grants, newsletters, press releases, blogs, video scripts -- even children's books. More importantly, I've helped clients assess and define their communication needs -- then executed on those plans. I've evolved with the times to become web & social media savvy. I understand the concept of SEO (and how NOT to do it!), and am expert at making the most of the three seconds you have to grab your reader's interest. If you prefer, I'll tailor an in-house program that specifically addresses your needs. I’m creative, fast, consistent, and adaptable. And of course I'm the consummate professional who relies on delivering outstanding work that garners repeat business. Typically a one-time project turns into an ongoing relationship where I'm the "go-to" for all communication needs. Please give me a try and see how effective “your “writing can be! For more information please email me at scribegirlwrites@comcast.net. And check out my website http://www.scribegirlwrites.com/. Paula Dupont scribegirlwrites@comcast.net 630-254-2685 Education Masters Degree in Communication Management, University of Southern California Annenberg School of Communication, 1988. Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana, 1986. Current Communications Experience Freelance writer, 2000 – present Consult on, design, and develop all matter of written communication materials including press releases, business-to-business communications, reports, sales & marketing materials, creative pieces, instructional aids, presentations, web-based articles, and blogs. Relevant Volunteer Experience Illinois Technology Foundation, VP for Communications, Jan 2013 - present Work with not-for-profit to define a communication strategy that increases outreach and results in enhanced participation, greater visibility, and better resources. District 180 School Board Member, 2003 – present (President since 2005). Lead seven-member board and three-member administration team to make decisions which are both educationally and fiscally sound, and which benefit both our students and our taxpayers. Skills used include: leadership, organizational, communication, presentation, and negotiating. VP Donor Development, Assistance League of Chicagoland West, 2009 – 2010. Drive effort to fund programs for entirely volunteer organization which provides coats to children, kitchens to families, and reading services to pre-schoolers. Skills used include: business writing, interpersonal, organizational, and presentation. Parent-Teacher Council President, 1997 – 2010. Led group comprised of parents, teachers, and staff to develop common goals and implement programs to benefit our students. Skills used include: negotiating, writing, presentation, and organization. Writing Resource, ongoing. Provide gratis writing, editing, and communication services as needed to individuals and groups. Previous Employment Manager, Training & Development, Hewitt Associates, 1990 – 1995. Lincolnshire, IL. Managed training consulting branch of Total Benefit Analysis Group. Responsible for overseeing staff, consulting with clients, needs assessment, developing proposals, and implementing training and ancillary communications. Training programs ranged from interpersonal and leadership development to technical sales topics and used a variety of media. Communications Specialist, TRW, 1989 – 1990. Redondo Beach, CA. Produced communication materials including newsletters, brochures, business proposals, and grants to support department. Communications Consultant, Internal & External Communications (IEC), Inc., 1987 – 1989. Santa Monica. CA. Consulted with clients nationwide to develop training and organizational strategy pieces, and related marketing materials. Managed entire process from initial meetings to needs assessment, to instructional blueprint, course development and implementation. Firm seen as pioneers in the use of computer technology to delivery training. Business Writing Teaching Assistant, Miami of Ohio, 1986. Oxford, OH. Taught business writing to senior-year business students to prepare them for writing in the corporate setting. Honors & Recognition State of Illinois Outstanding School Board President, 2010. State Board of Education selects one each year from a group of nominees. Those Who Excel Award Recip
Darien, Illinois, United States
Juan Lizama - Freelance Content Writing & Medical Translation
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3.0
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Juan A. Lizama ________________________________________ 2907 Twain Lane Richmond, VA 23224 Cell: (804) 882-6226 Email: jlizama90@gmail.com Alternative: (804) 628-0874 EDUCATION: • Virginia Commonwealth University; Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications, Dec. 2002. WORK EXPERIENCE: • VCU Health Systems: English-Spanish Interpreter/Translator, May 2011-Present • Logged in over 500 hours of English and Spanish interpreting for patients and healthcare providers at VCU Medical Center and its outlying clinics. • Translated over 200,000 words for patient correspondence and other hospital materials such as patient information brochures and manuals. FREELANCE WRITER: 2010-Present • Wrote articles for Richmond Magazine and Spanish-language newspapers Nuevas Raíces and Tidewater Hispanic. JOURNALISM EXPERIENCE: • Richmond Times-Dispatch; Richmond, VA; Staff writer: 2003-2010 o Managed news coverage in public education, immigration, Latino/Hispanic communities, local government and law enforcement. o Monitored issues in the areas of coverage and anticipated readers’ interests and wrote articles on those issues. o Researched and wrote award-winning breaking news and daily and enterprise stories for the front page. o Covered schools for the last two years in Henrico and Chesterfield counties, which have more than 100,000 students combined. o Helped to organize internal discussions with outside experts coming in to the paper’s office on the coverage of Latino issues in the Richmond area o Gave talks at local schools and at VCU and the University of Richmond about my profession as journalist and, o Served as a panelist on a Virginia Press Association’s annual awards event news coverage of Latinos. Richmond Times-Dispatch: Intern, fall 2002 • Landed an interview with one of two men mistakenly arrested in Henrico County, VA. Authorities believed the men were the snipers who were killing people along the interstate in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania in the fall of 2002. The two men were deported to Mexico and Guatemala. Reporting and writing, which convinced management to hire me full time to continue coverage of this growing immigrant group. The Daily Press: Newport News, VA; Intern, summer 2002 • Reported and wrote feature articles, helped editors update the restaurant list for a special annual section, updated weekly movie schedules. Richmond Times-Dispatch: Copy messenger, spring 2002 • While my duties were to distribute incoming faxes to reporters and editors in the newsroom and to sort mail, I sold an editor on a couple of story ideas that were published on the front page of the Metro section. VOLUNTEER WORK: • Worked as a spokesman in 2009 for the Central Virginia Chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens; Led a radio, newspaper and TV campaign to promote the successful LULAC 2009 Latino Film Festival in 2009 in Richmond • Served as judge three years in a row for the speech competition and as a “Hero” at the Hispanic Youth Symposium for high school students held in the Richmond area. • Mentored high school students interested in journalism through the VCU Urban Journalism Workshop held during the summer while working at the Richmond Times Dispatch. SPECIAL TRAINING: • Completed a 40-hour medical interpreting course on July 2011 at VCU Medical Center. SPECIAL SKILLS: • Speak and write proficiently in English and Spanish. • Proficient in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint. • Knowledge of social media tools, such as Facebook, YouTube and Tweeter. HONORS: • Virginia Press Association • Third place award (2005) for education writing. • Group award (2003) for coverage of snipers John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo in the fall of 2002.
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Naomi Ortega Tein - Freelance Proposal Writing & Annual Report Writing
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Education • Master of Public Health in Maternal and Child Health from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina -- December 1995 • Bachelor of Arts in Government from Cornell University, Ithaca, New York -- May 1990 • Semester study in English literature and government at Oxford University, Oxford, England – January – June 1985 Experience Principle Independent Consultant, Ortega Tein Consulting, Miami, FL – November 2013 to present Consultant with extensive expertise and experience in various facets of qualitative data work with English- and Spanish-speaking populations (over 50 focus groups conducted from 2007-2013) and in proposal development. Key skills include: grant writing; focus group guide, semi-structured interview protocol, and survey design; participant profile development and recruiting; data collection, especially focus group moderation; data analysis and reporting; program design. Experienced in translation (certified translator partners engaged for more technical or time-sensitive work). Recent client examples: Friendship Circle of Miami – grant writing, ongoing 2014; Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Rural Health, Federal Grant Reviewer on Objective Review Panel, January – February 2014. Hispanic Communications Network – design, implement, analyze, and report on focus groups and surveys with Spanish-speaking Latinos in the Delmarva region to inform the development of environmental radio PSAs, November – December 2013. (Flexible and eager to work within each client's specific context; hourly rate negotiable, based on the scope of work, and especially for non-profit organizations.) Senior Analyst, Altarum Institute (formerly Health Systems Research, Inc.), Washington, District of Columbia -- February 2006 to Present Currently directing a 4-year National Institutes of Health-funded project focused on the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute's Community Health Worker-Health Disparities Initiative. The Initiative focuses on culturally-responsive heart health and asthma control education across four key low resource populations: Latino, African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian American and Pacific Islander. This project involves writing (research, summary, and progress reports; promotional and media content for e-announcements, webinars, websites, and flyers); health education curriculum development and pilot testing; request for proposal (RFP) development, proposal review, and project award; formative research, including protocol development; partnership building; website development; Federal client relations; writing; budgeting; project and staff monitoring and reporting; and managing multiple subcontracts. 2012-2013 moderated focus groups in various cities around the country related to the reporting of satisfaction survey information gathered from families who have been hospice caregivers. This Agency for Health Care Research and Quality-funded project is a partnership between Altarum Institute and the American Hospice Foundation, and involves my moderating focus groups with individuals who have been directly involved with hospice care and individuals from the public-at-large. Conducted strategic planning and extensive on- and off-site qualitative data collection with a cultural competence focus as part of several research and evaluation projects. Data collection efforts include English and Spanish language phone interviews with key informants and focus groups as well as the compilation and analysis of technical assistance outcome data from consultants. Analyzes quantitative and qualitative evaluation data, monitors budgets, and assists with technical assistance provisions. Maintains ongoing relationships with federal government project officers, state representatives, and contractors. Served as project coordinator and lead on a federally-funded Medicaid portability pilot model development project (includes GIS mapping) funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB), as project manager on a federally-funded project to update the MCHB's Discretionary Grant Information System performance measures, as project manager and lead consultant on a local foundation-funded county-wide strategic planning project (Community Foundation of Lorain County), as project manager of a national foundation-funded workgroup planning for its annual summit (National Osteoporosis Foundation), and as a data analyst on a federally-funded project to assess cultural competence at family planning clinics (Office of Population Affairs). Managed a federal multiagency homelessness project (funded by Health Resources and Services Administration, Administration on Children and Families, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency). Recent Spanish-language data collection projects include phone interviews as part of the Minority AIDS Initiative project, focus groups on statewide ADHD project (New York State-funded), focus groups on the Head Start Oral Health Initiative evaluation project (Office of Head Start), and focus groups and group discussions on a federally-funded assessment of cultural competence in Title X-funded family planning clinics (Office of Population Affairs). Co-coordinated a 2009 Altarum Institute policy roundtable entitled, “Immigrant Health – Issues of Access and Equity in a New Era” – from initial conception, to securing speakers, to implementation. Featuring panelists from National Council of La Raza, Migration Policy Institute, and Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, this roundtable focused on what role immigrant health plays in health reform, and on how to improve access to and the provision of immigrant health care on a local, state, or national level. Breast Cancer Screening Awareness Health Educator, Miami-Dade Area Health Education Center, Miami, Florida – July 2013 – Present Conduct health education in Spanish with small groups in community settings to raise awareness about breast cancer and the importance of breast cancer screening. Federal Grant Reviewer, Health Resources Services Administration, Washington, District of Columbia -- August 2004 to December 2005, and ongoing as available On a contract basis, reviewed grant applications for technical merit, based on detailed methodology and criteria. Scored grants. Served as the lead presenter of Reviewer 1 grants during review committee sessions. Have been selected to review federal grants since, but the timing has not worked out favorably with work deliverable deadlines. Director of Program Consulting and Information Services, Farmworker Health Services, Inc. (now Health Outreach Partners), Washington, District of Columbia -- October 2001 to October 2005 Recruited and managed staff members and managed a two-department budget. Wrote grant proposals. Oversaw technical assistance to community-based farmworker-serving health care delivery systems serving multiethnic, multiracial farmworker groups in order to improve the quality of care and increase patient users. Implemented on- and off-site technical assistance and training, including technical assistance to migrant health voucher programs around a voucher-program-specific, HRSA-developed, non-commercial patient management system. Developed quality assurance protocols to monitor provision of on- and off-site technical assistance. Wrote training manuals on topics including program management, cultural competency, and needs assessment. Developed consultation materials and protocols, and delivered trainings and workshops. Developed and implemented national programmatic marketing strategies. Initiated, established, and maintained client relationships. Conducted national needs assessments. Coedited OutReach, the organization's quarterly newsletter for clients and the public. Enrollment Coordinator, Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers, Inc. (a Federally Qualified Health Center, FQHC), Hammonton, New Jersey -- January 2000 to October 2001 Directed outreach and enrollment efforts in two counties for the New Jersey Family Care (a Medicaid expansion program). Participated in New Jersey Family Care meetings at the New Jersey Primary Care Association. Trained staff members, and provided technical assistance on complicated applications. Co-chaired a multi-agency, multi-county farmworker services coalition (that Included Federal, state, and county government representatives, as well as representatives of several non-profit organizations). Migrant Health Education, Outreach, and Special Programs Manager, Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers, Inc., Hammonton, New Jersey -- August 1998 to October 2001 Directed a five-county farmworker health and state insurance outreach program. Developed an outreach staff train-the-trainer training based on a participatory, adult learning model with cultural and health considerations, and worked with diverse farmworker populations. Coordinated health screenings and health education on topics including TB, HIV and STD, family planning, heatstroke and sunstroke, hypertension, diabetes, and oral health. Was responsible for program planning and grant writing. Supervised up to nine staff members. Served on boards and committees for coalitions and groups working with diverse ethnic and racial groups. Served as a liaison between providers and patients. Consultant, Health Educator, and Program Planner, Project HOPE, Boaco, Nicaragua -- January 1996 to February 1998 Designed and implemented school health interventions in rural, agriculture-based communities. Conducted community organizing and health promotion on maternal and child health issues with Nicaraguan health promoters in a U.S. Agency for International Development-funded child survival project. Designed Project CAPAZ, a community-based intervention for special-needs children in rural Nicaragua. Conducted needs assessments in 43 communities. Research Assistant, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina -- August 1995 to December 1995 Under the aegis of the Chapel Hill School of Public Health, collaborated with a maternal and child health professor on a manuscript for the North Carolina Child Service Coordination focused on services for children with special health care needs. Early Intervention System Consultant, Mississippi State Department of Health, Jackson, Mississippi -- May 1995 to August 1995 Produced a training video for early intervention system providers who served infants and toddlers with developmental delays. Government and Community Affairs Assistant, Children's Defense Fund, Washington, District of Columbia -- January 1992 to August 1994 Collaborated in mobilizing a national children's health reform coalition. Monitored congressional legislation. Conducted grassroots lobbying and public education. Supervised interns. Assisted with Children's Health Day and national conferences. Publications • Smith, B., et al. “What Consumers Want to Know about Quality When Choosing a Hospice Provider”, American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. AJHPM-2013-11-221 • Monroy, M., & Tein, N. (2005). Cultural competence in health outreach training manual. Washington: Farmworker Health Services, Inc. • Tein, N. (2005, September). Is your outreach program prepared to compete for funding? OutReach, 5(1). • Monroy, M., Rives, A., Sprager, L., & Tein, N. (2004). Coordinating farmworker health outreach program training manual. Washington: Farmworker Health Services, Inc. • Tein, N. (2004, December). Using findings from the 2003 National Needs Assessment of Farmworker Health Care Organizations. OutReach, 4(2). • Tein, N. (2004, March). How to develop an effective program plan. OutReach, 3(3). • Tein, N. (2003, December). Writing it all down: Developing outreach program protocols. OutReach, 3(2). • Tein, N. (2003, June). How to incorporate farmworker participation into your outreach program. OutReach, 2(4). • Tein, N., & Sarros, M. (2002). Increasing farmworkers' access to health care: Increasing patient user numbers and maintaining quality health care services. Washington: Farmworker Health Services, Inc. Reports • (authored by: Hart, Jamie, Calori, Cathi, & Tein, Naomi, but not released) (2010, November - 2012, May) A Background Report: Community Health Workers as Integral Team Members of the Public Health Workforce. Prepared for the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Bethesda, MD. • Tein N. 2009. Developing an Oral Health Medicaid Portability Model for Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Children: An Expert Meeting--Meeting Summary • Report. Washington, DC: Altarum Institute. 16 pp., plus appendices. http://www.mchoralhealth.org/PDFs/Medicaid_Portability_Summary_Rpt.pdf • Del Grosso, Patricia, Brown, Amy, Silva, Sandra, Henderson, Jamila, Tein, Naomi, & Paulsell, Diane (2008, October). Strategies for Promoting Prevention and Improving Oral Health Care Delivery in Head Start - Volume I: Final Technical Report. Findings from the Oral Health Initiative Evaluation. Prepared for the Administration on Children and Families. Washington, D.C. Presentations • Tein, Naomi & Rossetti, John. (2009, February). Developing an Oral Health Medicaid Portability Model for Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Children. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP), Washington, D.C. • Tein, N. L. (2001–2005). List below. Various farmworker health conference presentations and conference-based trainings for the National Farmworker Health Conference, East Coast Migrant Stream Forum, Midwestern Migrant Stream Forum, Western Migrant Stream Forum. • Doing It Yourself: Developing and Evaluating Health Education Materials That Are Culturally- and Linguistically-Appropriate for Farmworkers. • Outreach 101. • Managing Farmworker Health Outreach Programs. • Identifying and Verifying Farmworker Health Needs: Needs Assessment. • Goldman, B. D., Hollamon, R. D., Cox, M. M., Rodriguez, E., Tein, N. L., & Philipson, S. (1999, April). A Multifaceted Readability Assessment of Parental Consent Forms for Infants and Children in Behavioral and Biomedical Research. Poster presented at the meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM. Awards • Federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau Fellowship Award (1994) • White House Community Service Award (1992) Key Skills • Bilingual (English/Spanish), writing and reporting, qualitative data collection, project management and planning, health education materials development and training, culturally-responsive systems change approach. Areas of Interest • Key areas of interest include: Medicaid, maternal and child health, farmworker/migrant health, health education, immigrant health, Latino health, health disparities, general public health, working with Spanish-speaking communities. • Additional areas of interest include: Health outreach, tuberculosis care, patient care, Nicaraguan health system, children with special health care needs, rural health, community health workers, refugee health, low literacy populations, homelessness, early childhood education and health, focus groups and qualitative data collecting, analysis, writing and reporting, strategic and program planning. Select Volunteer Work • Obama Campaign (Organizing for Action), phone volunteer and door-to-door canvasser, 2008 and 2012, Miami, Florida. • Miami Children’s Theater, silent auction and fundraising committees, Miami, FL. 2012-2013. • Team in Training-Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, fundraising and half marathon training, Miami, FL, 2008. • DCWorks (Founded by David Domenici, now of the Maya Angelou Charter School – program for first-generation college-bound high school students from New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.), Big Sister, Community Service Coordinator, and Board Member, Washington, D.C., 1992-1993.
Miami, Florida, United States