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Mani Low - Freelance Cartooning & Drawing
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Coconut Creek, Florida, United States

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Mahmoud Ibrahim - Freelance Translation & Proofreading
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I have several years of experience in translation and research . My academic career as a student of Languages and Translation and my professional career as a translator together make me familiar with the technical language and various academic approaches of different fields. I have taken two master degrees, and currently making a PhD in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies. This, in line with my traditional 5-year degree of Languages and Translation from the Egyptian prestigious al-Azhar University makes me fully familiar with research methods and approaches and scholarly discipline of different scholarly areas. My study at al-Azhar University was focused on both Islamic Studies and the English language, particularly different kinds of translation and interpretation: written, oral, at sight, and consecutive translation, as well as simultaneous interpretation. This is shown clearly in my degree transcript that shows I have graduated with “distinction” in all kinds of translation and interpretation. Also, I have written several dissertations and studied in the East and the West: I studied the English language and traditional Islamic studies at al-Azhar University in Egypt, and I have also studied Western approaches and techniques in three of the most prestigious universities in the West. This makes me acquainted with Eastern and Western approaches and techniques and gives me the knowledge necessary to excel in this position. My status as a native speaker of Arabic combined with my detailed study at al-Azhar University particularly give me in depth knowledge of the Arabic Language and sciences and their application in and interaction with different academic disciplines. I am also involved in a vividly dynamic and multicultural academic environment because of my position as a PhD candidate and tutor at the University of Edinburgh. Concerning my professional career, I worked as in-house translator for one year and a half and then as a freelancer. I have undertaken several translation projects in several disciplines that vary from Islamic Studies to Medical Engineering, and have also acted as interpreter in many situations where I was the link between two persons or groups each of whom speaks either Arabic or English. This is further emphasized by my IELTS score of 7.5, which I have obtained about th months ago when I was in the Netherlands. After that, I have moved to the UK and studied my second master and PhD, which surely has far-reaching effect on improving my English Language skills and communication. My social activities and the lessons and sermons I am used to giving in Arabic and English further strengthen my linguistic and communication skills. So, my translation skills, together with research skills and my knowledge of the classical and contemporary scholarship, all combine to make me the candidate you are looking for less
Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Brian G. - Freelance Song Writing & Jingle Writing
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Enthusiastic songwriter with proven ability to write for multiple genres/artists, meet deadlines, and oversee recording processes. Experience in Business & Legal Affairs, Music management, recording, and booking.
New Jersey, United States
Alisia Robinson - Freelance Anime Art & Fashion Illustration
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In many eyes I am a beginner at my work which, I do believe but, I think I do well for my craft. I am a High school senior yes, I know what you're thinking, I have very little experience, I'd think the same thing. But,I've been teaching myself to draw for 8 years by watching an abundance of cartoons, anime,reading books as well as graphic novels and fashion magazines. From that alone I believe helped me to excel to where I am today. What I expect to gain from this is new experiences and further development in my drawing style. So, who knows you may or may not like what I can do, and the only way you can find out is if you give me a chance.
Bronx, New York, United States
Miggy Borja - Freelance Cartooning & Horror Art
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My name is Miggy Borja and I am a freelance illustrator based in Manila, Philippines. I graduated with a Bachelors degree in Painting last March 2010. I am available for the following jobs: - Children's Book Illustration - Storyboard Artist - Digital / Traditional Portraits - Landscape for Game Environments - Character Design - Cartoon Illustration - Realistic Illustration My art style can be described as a combination of surrealism and children's illustration, but I am also open to different styles of art and have experience in both traditional and digital media. Please feel free to contact me if you are interested.
Marikina, Manila, Philippines
Asra - Freelance Graphic Design & Flash Design
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RESUME ASRA JIVANI Tel: 9619747403, Email:twinkash_20005@yahoo.com SKILLS: • Have good communication skill to deliver and present learning effectively. • Have creative and imaginative skills. • Have a caring attitude to attend to children’s need and concerns in time. • Have a strong desire to work with children. QUALIFICATIONS: • Persuing T.Y.B.A from Kalina University. (correspondence) CERTIFICATION: • 2 yrs diploma in home science (handy craft, needle craft, clothing etc). • Diploma in web designing (photoshop, flash, html, dreamweaver). • Certificate in 2d animation (toon boom). LANGUAGE KNOWN: • English & Hindi. ADDITIONAL SKILLS: • Handy craft artist. HOBBIES: • Drawing, painting & spending time on computer. WORK EXPERIENCE: • 6 months experience as a computer teacher (FORT CONVENT HIGH SCHOOL). • 2 YEARS VOLUNTARY BASIS AS A TEACHER (ST.AGNES SPECIAL SCHOOL). • 1 yr experience as a playgroup teacher (JINGLE BELL NURSERY).
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Rosalia Piscopo - Freelance Document Design & Business Writing
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FORMAL EDUCATION • Communication degree, University of Technology, Sydney – 1988 (complete). • Arts degree, University of Tasmania – 1978 (incomplete - majored in English Literature). • Economics degree, University of Tasmania - 2000/01 (incomplete). • Volunteer Adult Literacy tutoring course • Certificate IV: Workplace Assessment and Training Citizenship: Australian WORK EXPERIENCE (in reverse chronological order) Nov 2013 – June 2014 Technical Editor Thales Australia Pty Ltd Duties • Edit all documents written for the Defence Next Generation Desktop Project. • Implement a process, in alignment with company policy, for the creation, management, quality assurance and delivery of documents. • Re-design the generic template. • Liaise with project management staff. Achievements • Improved the presentation of documents delivered to the client. • Established tighter control over document management and in doing so reduced errors in document identification and management. March – June 2013 Technical Writer/BA DEEWR Duties • Write the online help text for the Tertiary Protection Service (TPS), a system designed to assist overseas students when educational providers default on the delivery of courses. • Liaise with business analysts within DEEWR and the TPS business subject matter experts at Innovation. Nov 2012 – Feb 2013 Technical Writer Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation Duties • Write the Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and a range of quick reference guides as the need arose. • Liaise with system engineer (consultant) and other IT administration staff. • Search databases and networks to source existing documentation for the DRP. • Analyse disaser recovery procedures with regard to off-site storage of back-up tapes. Achievements • Opened up the communication between the IT staff and other units within the organization and an external organisation, encouraging collaboration and informing them of the IT unit’s activities. Dec 2011 – June 2012 Writer DEEWR Duties • Collate the information required to complete the Security templates for a number of systems. • Interview personnel to obtain the relevant technical information. • Search databases and networks to source existing documentation for the purpose of extracting information for legacy systems security documentation. Achievements • A good rapport with staff, facilitating collaboration. • Provided advice on the structure, pitch and content of security templates. May 2011 – Nov 2011 Writer/Editor DEEWR Duties • Edit all documentation produced by the Enterprise Architecture Office (EAO). • Advise EAO staff on the presentation, expression and grammar of content. • Collaborate with EAO staff to determine the correct content for the EAO Corporate and Service web pages. Collate the necessary documents and information for the Web Graphic Designer. • Rearrange the electronic filing (Sharepoint) in accordance with the Records and Information Management guidelines. Achievements • A good rapport with staff which facilitates easy collaboration. • A filing system which enables staff to filter records so as to find documents more easily. • Clear, readable documentation. November 2010 – April 2011 Web Writer/Editor University of Canberra Duties • Work with the Business Analyst (BA) and Web Designer to determine the content and structure of the new staff website. • Research, collate and rewrite information as instructed by the BA. • Create new content when needed. • Liaise with university staff to ascertain their requirements, i.e. complete revisions of the website according to final feedback from administrative staff. • Edit all aspects of the staff website. Achievements • A website with meaningful, relevant and easily understood information that realistically serves the needs of the University staff. July 2010 - August Technical Writer/Trainer Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts (DEWHA) Duties • Write an on-line user guide, facilitator guide, quick reference guides, PowerPoint presentation and exercises for DEWHA’s Water Entitlement Purchasing System (WEPS). WEPS was built with SAP technology. • Conduct training on the general navigation and use of WEPS. Achievements • Documentation and training for a system during testing and enhancements of WEPS. July 2006 – June 2010 Quality Review System Specialist DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT CAPABILITY, DEFENCE Duties • Write the content and content treatment of an eLearning course on grammar and Defence writing standards. This is a small introductory part of a suite of courses. • Review all hard copy and on-line training materials and associated documents in accordance with set quality review standards and project schedules. Achievements • An overall improvement in the standard of writing of documents and on-line modules pertaining to training. • Fewer complaints in quality review feedback forms after training sessions. May - September 2007 Technical Writer AUSTRALIAN GREENHOUSE OFFICE Dept of Environment & Water Resources Duties • Write a user manual for the Online System for Comprehensive Activity Reporting (OSCAR). Though the user manual was largely based on an existing manual, I was required to liaise with staff to obtain further information regarding the final system developments. I worked at home to complete this task as I was also contracted to Defence (detailed in the next position description above). Achievements • I completed the manual within a limited (self-inflicted) timeframe. • On completing the user manual, I continued with the administrator manual, completing the first draft. December 05 Bid Editor DIMENSION DATA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD Duties • Analyse each tender emailed by AusTender to determine whether it falls within the scope of Dimension Data Australia’s skill sets. Deliver those tender notices, which show potential to the relevant SME and Account Manager. Assist the SMEs and Account Managers, where necessary, to write their contributions and ensure that the tender is responded to correctly and contains all the information requested. Monitor the progress of the response to ensure that it is completed on time and copy edit the final version. Achievements • Prior to my appointment tenders were being lost because of their late lodgement. The directive given by the Branch Manager was to increase the number of on-time lodgements and to motivate staff to submit information in a timely manner. This involved close collaboration with others and persistence when all seemed futile. By the end of my period of employment at Dimension Data, the tenders were being lodged on time. September-October 2005 Technical Writer AUSTRALIAN NURSING FEDERATION (ANF) Duties • Write the policies and procedures of all staff in the ANF. This involved interviewing each staff member, analysing the information collected, assembling that information into a comprehensive set of duties and formatting the content into easily referenced text. Achievements • Prior to taking on the contract I determined a shorter timeframe to completion, which I assessed from the initial description of the position. • Acted as a catalyst for change within the office and addressed the discrepancy between the perceived and actual role of each employee within the organisation. July-September 2005 Technical Writer DEFENCE HOUSING AUSTRALIA (DHA) Duties Write profiles of reports created in COGNOS. The profiles were initially used for training purposes. At a later date they will be placed on-line as reference material for users of the reports. Achievements • The contract was for three months but staff training was to take place six weeks from the beginning of my contract. In response to a request from the Systems Manager, I worked weekends and extended office hours during the week to complete the profiles in time for the training sessions. I was able to forecast my activities whenever this was requested and I always delivered the profiles on time. June-July 2005 Proof-reader AUSTRALIAN SCIENCE TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION (ASTA) Duties • Ensure consistency in the language and formatting of a final report, which was a collation of smaller reports submitted by schools around Australia. ASTA had invited schools to participate in a science project that required them to collaborate with their local community. The individual school reports outlined the process and outcomes of the project. Achievements • Although contracted to proofread the document, I was able to assess the content and perform a more comprehensive edit of the text. October 2004 -January 2005 Certificate IV : Workplace Assessment & Training TAFE Tasmania. June-August 2004 Volunteer Adult Literacy Tutor Course Student TAFE Tasmania. January - March 2003 Writer/Researcher IMBUE MARKETING Duties • Write business documentation, copy-edit marketing reports, research competitors on the internet. Achievements • Researched competitor companies and products of Imbue Marketing’s clients in order to understand market trends. • Copy-edited proposals, marketing reports and promotional material. October - November 2002 Writer/graphics editor COCA-COLA AMATIL Duties • Create two Powerpoint presentations for training sessions. Achievements • Created two Occupation Health & Safety Induction slide presentations using Powerpoint. There were a total of forty slides for each presentation. • The work was carried out in my home office in Hobart, for Coca-Cola’s Sydney head office. April 2001 – June 2001 Writer TASMANIA FIRE SERVICE Duties • Write a brochure, newspaper advertisement and reference manual on Fire Safety Standards in public and commercial buildings. Achievements • Liaised with the head of Fire Services, Tasmania and manager of building safety for discussions on content and graphics. • Sourced the graphic artist for the artwork. • Took over supervision of artwork after a breakdown in communication between the artist and the manager. The artwork was not progressing as scheduled. • Liaised with the manager and printer regarding the final artwork. • Completed all tasks within the set timeframe. January 2001- January 2002 Writer/Editor IMBUE MARKETING Duties • Review all Imbue Marketing’s business documentation. Achievements • Ensured that all documentation for Imbue Marketing was appropriate and clear. • Wrote the promotional material for Paula Szabo (Imbue Marketing) in response to her nomination for the Clarence Council Business Woman of the Year award. She was awarded the title for 2001 as a result. 18th April – 31st Sept. 2001 Web Conversion Officer/tester Corporate Section DEPARTMENT OF PRIMARY INDUSTRIES, WATER AND ENVIRONMENT Duties • Test the department’s new website. Transfer data from the old website to the new resource database. Achievements • Completed testing the new “Water” website’s reporting structure on Lotus Notes. I had limited previous knowledge of Lotus Notes and testing methods. • Migrated website pages from the old website to the new site. This was achieved by a strict deadline after which the site was to be publicly launched. 31st July – 13th Sept., 2000 Editor/proof-reader SONARDATA PTY LTD Duties • Edit an on-line user manual written for scientific software. Achievements • Edited on-line help files for a commercial product marketed internationally. Learnt how to use Robohelp for editing the text. • Edited a hard-copy instructional manual at short notice and within a two-hour timeframe. March – August 1998 Graphics and text editor COCA-COLA AMATIL Duties • Edit a set of training manuals for managers. Achievements • Plagued by technical difficulties, such as the slowness of emailing large documents from the home office in Turramurra to CCA, and the non-compatibilities between Word95 and Word98 (Microsoft had just introduced Word97, Word95 was no longer available in the shops and my hired computer had the Word97 while CCA stayed with Word95), the work had its complexities. However, the upgrading of the training manuals was completed on time. 22nd September 1997 – 28th February 1998 Writer ARISTOCRAT LEISURE INDUSTRIES Duties • Document the Security Gaming Machines (SGM) system, designed to manage financial transactions, security, memberships, and information on the players and staff of gaming venues. I was one of six writers and responsible for the ‘security module’. Achievements • Entered into an Access database, all the field names displayed in the Security module, together with their definitions. • Interviewed SMEs, and consulted the other 5 technical writers, to obtain information on the software’s functions. • On completion of the first draft of the manuals (at the end of the contract), I was asked to extend my contract so as to help produce the second draft. • Together with the project leader, I revised the definitions for the fields of all 6 modules and my contract was extended a second time.
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Bri Neves - Freelance Creative Writing & Writing
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EDUCATION: Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, Georgia August 2012 to May 2014; Creative Writing major Columbus State University, Columbus, Georgia August 2009 to December 2011; Creative Writing major Collins Hill High School, Suwannee, Georgia August 2005 to May 2009; Technical Diploma Maxwell High School of Technology, Lawrenceville, Georgia August 2008 to May 2009; Technical Diploma ________________________________________ EXPERIENCE: Webmaster/Content Developer Georgia Paper Systems, Lawrenceville, Georgia January 2012 to present Duties: Placing and editing product titles and descriptions, requesting pricing for products Writing Center Consultant Columbus State University Writing Center, Columbus, Georgia September 2011 to January 2012 Duties: Providing writing assistance to students of all levels and disciplines, helping students organize, develop, and focus drafts, guiding students through usage and punctuation errors Phone-a-thon Caller Columbus State University Annual Fund, Columbus, Georgia February 2010 to December 2010 Duties: Fundraising to CSU alumni via telephone, building rapport, filling out forms Student Teacher Maxwell Preschool, Lawrenceville, Georgia September 2008 to May 2009 Duties: Teaching, planning developmentally appropriate activities for children ages 2 ½ to 4 years, writing lesson plans, planning/cooking meals ________________________________________ PUBLICATIONS: “The Raindrops of Language,” The Arden, 2010 “To the Moonlight,” The Epiphany, 2009 “Take Me,” The Epiphany, 2009 “Writing is the Finest Remedy,” The Epiphany, 2007 “One Person You Can’t Fool,” The Epiphany, 2007 ________________________________________ ACTIVITIES: Secretary, Creative Writing Club, 2011 Public Relations Team Member, the Arden, 2010-2011 Member, Campus Nerds, 2009-2011 Secretary, Professional Writing Club, 2009-2010 Vocal Performer, “Jazz and Blues Night”, 2009 ________________________________________ RESEARCH PROJECTS: “A House is Not a Home: Defeating Homelessness in Columbus,” Tower Day, 2011 “Uncover the Keys to Autism,” Tower Day, 2010 ________________________________________ VOLUNTEER WORK: WalkNow! For Autism Participant, 2006-present Alzheimer’s Association Walk Participant, 2011 The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Walk Participant, 2011 Hope Harbor Walk Participant, 2011 Chattahoochee Humane Society Volunteer, 2010-2011 Columbus State University Day Participant, 2010
Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States
Monica Compton - Freelance Event Planning & Proposal Writing
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MONICA H. COMPTON, CMP 1902 Countryside Place, Atlanta, GA U.S.A. Office: +1-770-819-0770 Mobile: +1-770-331-2187 Email: mcompton@pinnacleprod.com PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Writer/Editor, trained in AP Style (1991-present) Collinson Publishing: Columnist and Feature Writer, Connect Meetings Intelligence and Rejuvenate Meetings Inspiration magazines – Social/military/educational/fraternal events publication (2009-present) Atlanta Metropolitan Publishing: Writer, Copy Editor, Plan Your Meetings Magazine (2008-present) Meeting Professionals International: Managing Editor, BreakOut Magazine (2003-2004) Journal Register Company: Reporter, The Mercury – A Pulitzer Prize-winning daily newspaper, Pottstown, Pennsylvania (1991) American Society of Business Publication Editors – Recipient of the Gold Award for Regular Column, 2010 Azbee Awards of Excellence Member, Society for Professional Journalists – 2010 National Convention training Owner, Event Marketing Consultant (2002-Present) , Pinnacle Productions Inc., Atlanta, Georgia; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Strategic events management; Corporate, Association and Non-profit writing – press releases, marketing materials, sponsorship and grant proposals. Programs include: • Research In Motion’s Wireless Enterprise Symposium, Orlando, Florida (2008-present) – International conference of over 5,500 people from 83 countries. Negotiate and manage complete housing operations in eight hotels for this city-wide event. • BlackBerry Developer Conference, San Francisco, California (2009) – Educational forum for worldwide developers of Smartphone mobile applications. Project manager for all logistical operations. • Chick-fil-A Operators Seminar, Scottsdale, Arizona (2007) – National seminar for store franchisees. Managed extensive food and beverage requirements for 3,000 people. • Alliance for a New Humanity Forum, San Juan, Puerto Rico (2006) – Global peace initiative joining Nobel Peace Prize laureates, Grammy Award-winning artists and United Nations ambassadors. Managed all facets of this non-profit program from complex international transportation requirements to extremely-restricted dietary menus with a slim-margin budget. • Cardiovascular Services of America, Atlanta, Georgia (2006) – Catheter laboratories presentation and physician information panel with partnering hospitals. Performed site selection, managed all meeting logistics and production requirements. • American College of Cardiology’s i2 Summit, Atlanta, Georgia (2006) – World-renown cardiovascular symposium. Managed VIP Faculty Lounge logistics for presenting physicians and speakers. • Intervention 2005, Las Vegas, Nevada; New York, New York (2005) – Live cardiovascular symposium. Designed and wrote complete exhibitor kits; formulated menus in both cities according to pharmaceutical industry budgetary guidelines. • IBM Systems and Technology Group University, San Diego, California; Barcelona, Spain; New Orleans, Louisiana (2005-2007) – Technology educational forum for employees and business partners. Coordinated registration and housing requirements, managed group room blocks and hotel contract obligations for 11 hotels domestically and abroad. • QUALCOMM BREW Developers Conference, San Diego, California (2004-2008) – Annual conference for 2,500 technical developers. Managed a food and beverage budget in excess of $500,000.00 U.S. • 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment Celebration, Atlanta, Georgia (2004) – World War II anniversary event. Managed complex catering requirements, décor, musicians and facility. • Georgia-Pacific Five-Star Recognition Program, Multiple U.S. cities (2003) – Customer service recognition lunches and training programs in 20 North American cities. Performed site research and selection, housing coordination, food and beverage budget management, national shipping procedures and complete meeting logistics. Vice President, 2000 – 2002 Director of Special Events, 1998-2000 Continental Sports/Continental Management Group, Atlanta, Georgia – Sports marketing and corporate events management agency. Responsibilities included: • Events Division annual revenue forecast, staff salaries and bonuses for a staff of seven planners in three U.S.-based cities: Atlanta, Georgia; Detroit, Michigan; and Los Angeles, California. • Spearheaded monthly staff training programs and updated events industry practices and tools • Maintenance of event budgets ranging from $30,000.00 U.S. to $1.5 Million U.S. • Managed events for U.S. Fortune 500 accounts including: America Online; Compaq/Hewlett-Packard; Ford Motor Company; and General Motors R*Works. Programs included: o Ford’s Global Leadership Meeting and Industry Analyst Meeting – Detroit Auto Show o Tokyo Motor Show – Ford’s CEO- and VP-level executive program, Tokyo, Japan o Super Bowl XXXVI – AOL customer incentive, New Orleans, Louisiana o Compaq’s Worldwide Executive Roundtable Series for CIO- and CEO-level clients: ? Monaco Grand Prix, Formula One race, Monte-Carlo, Monaco ? Jose Carreras Opera Gala Dinner, London, England ? Deep-sea fishing tournament, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico ? Motorsports hospitality program, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ? Skeet shooting event at top executive’s private home, Bowral, Australia Interim Director of Marketing and Media Relations, 1997-1998 Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania World-class land, air and water festival and the largest inland regatta in the United States. • Designed sponsorship proposals through the creative packaging of media and special promotions • Formulated sponsorship recap reports and evaluated media, publicity and event benefits received • Acted as liaison for onsite sponsor relations and hospitality programs • Wrote scripts for radio personalities and air show announcers Director of Special Events, 1992-1997 DiCesare-Engler Productions Inc., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Entertainment producers and promoters of concerts, festivals and special events. • Developed thematic concept and programmed a concert/festival series at an outdoor amphitheatre • Negotiated entertainer contracts; conveyed technical rider to production manager including sound, lights and staging requirements • Oversaw logistical needs at event venue including box office/gate operations • Serviced sponsor accounts and coordinated onsite hospitality to insure benefits are received • Researched competitive markets, secured event sites and negotiated partnership agreements for a festival tour in: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Baltimore, Maryland; and Irvine, California • Recruited over 900 exhibitors in three cities for a celebrity sports card show series • Organized all show publicity including press conferences, onsite broadcasts, interviews and meet-and-greets with sports figures • Created targeted direct mail pieces; wrote copy for print ads, radio and television commercials TRAINING – EDUCATION – AWARDS Certified Meeting Professional (CMP), Global Certification (bestowed in 2003). Designation requires “substantial professional experience and superior examination performance” in the field of meeting planning, as awarded by the Convention Industry Council Meeting Professionals International (MPI), Atlanta, Georgia (2001-present) Director of Advertising, Government Advocacy and Community Outreach, Georgia Chapter of MPI (2006-2007) Nominated for Meeting Planner of the Year (2006) Recipient of the World Education Congress Scholarship (2005) Micro Enterprise Assistance Program, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1996) 10-week Entrepreneurial Training Session in business management, marketing, accounting and finance Complete business plan submitted at conclusion of course Point Park University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1992) Bachelor of Arts, English, with a concentration in Writing and Literature Double Minors: Journalism and Communications, with a concentration in Writing and Copyediting; Performing Arts, with a concentration in Ballet Languages: English (First); German (Formerly fluent); Spanish (Minimal conversation; studying to become fluent); French (Minimal conversation – Studied at University)
Smyrna, Georgia, United States
Kumarie - Freelance Flyer Design & T-Shirt Design
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A go getter, nothing beats me. I love what i do and take great pride in what has to be done. I am a very fast learner. i make sure that things are done correctly 100% and would even go the extra mile to make sure it is done, in the best of my ability. No work no play. Work has to be taken seriously and professionlly, after work is done than the other parts off life will follow.As i currently have my own printing company this will be a great challenge to expand my horizons....
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa