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Starr Tompko - Freelance Telemarketing & Sales
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I'm a native american/mexican woman that is one of 14 siblings & i have 2 teenage boys 15 & 16yrs. I am a small business owner of a online retail store called "Starr's Diva Designs". I love music,sports,movies & more. I'm a free-spirit type that loves life & i'm a strong independant woman. I've been through alot in life so i'm stubborn. I have many life goals & am currently receiving...
Victoria, Texas, United States
Judy Pedraza - Freelance Admin Support & Secretarial
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Hello, My name is Judy and I would like to start freelancing jobs online. I have a degree in Professional Office Technology and am Microsoft certified as an expert in Word andn Excel. I can type 45wpm and have writen several articles on Helium and Associated content. If you think you can use my skills feel free to contact me. Thank you.
Victoria, Texas, United States
Starr909 - Freelance Singing & Data Entry
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IM a Cuban American woman currently in south Texas. i have 2yrs managerial experience. I also currently a estore called West coast Galleria. This would be wonderful side work. Any questions just contact.
Victoria, Texas, United States
Starr Perez-Dennis - Freelance Singing & Data Entry
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I currently live in Victoria,Tx . I am a Singer for over 10+yrs now. Want to get into the entertainment business professionally & am registered with casting360 & Exploretalent. I have been critiqued by professionals in the acting/modeling profession showing interest. I also have skills in data entry,filing,stock,office management & ect..
Victoria, Texas, United States
Starr Tompko-Dennis - Freelance Singing & Bookkeeping
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I'm a Latino woman currently living in south texas. I have a wide range of skills ranging from secretarial/typist work, management to the entertainment business as a competent singer..
Victoria, Texas, United States
Jennifer Anderson - Freelance Writing & Resume Writing
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Victoria, Texas, United States

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Creative_team - Freelance 3D Animation & Book Design
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Susan Simons - Freelance Grant Writing & Event Planning
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After growing up in New York City, Ms. Simons has worked with non-profits in development and marketing. She has been active in event planning and coordination, program management, campaign organization, fundraising, promotions, publicity and grant writing. She has spent time in Liberia, West Africa as a Peace Corps. Volunteer. Employment History Owner January, 2014 – present Simons Consulting Services Edgewood, New Mexico Simons Consulting Services offers help and assistance to established non-profits and those wishing to start a non-profit. SCS is helping clients with by-laws, registering with the state and applying for non-profit status from the IRS. More established non-profits are using SCS services in grant writing, sponsorship development and other types of fundraising. Simons Consulting Services directed a successful grass-roots “vote yes’ campaign for an animal protection organization supporting a local bond election. Executive Director January, 2008 – October, 2013 Central New Mexico Affiliate Susan G. Komen for the Cure Albuquerque, New Mexico Ms. Simons was the Affiliates first full time Executive Director. She was responsible for the overall operations of the Affiliate including representing the organization to the public and to community organizations, providing guidance to volunteers and committees and for financial and personnel oversight. She was also responsible for obtaining sponsorships and other fundraising. In the last 5 years, she has grown the annual income by 32%, and has created an intern program. In that last year, despite downturns in the economy and unfortunate events, sponsorships and individual donations have remained even. The Affiliate is now on the Executive Committee of the NM Cancer Council, has a seat on the Board of the NM Community Health Charities and is listed in the NM Grantmaker’s Directory. The number of calls received at the Affiliate from across the state is an indication of the increased the visibility she has helped the Affiliate achieve. Ms. Simons has reached out to a number of community organizations and formed partnerships with the UNM School of Marketing, Presbyterian Health Services as well as many local organizations and businesses. Development Officer July, 2004 – June, 2007 New Mexico Humanities Council Albuquerque, New Mexico As Development Office, Ms. Simons' duties included fundraising and public relations. She managed the annual campaign, increased the donor base through direct donor involvement and increased the Councils visibility statewide by attendance at appropriate conventions and meetings and through media advertising. Ms. Simons assisted the Council in creating and implementing a number of new fundraising programs. One of these is an earned income revenue source utilizing an existing public service program. Ms. Simons has written a number of grants, equaling a 54% success rate, totaling over $35,000. Many of these grants were from first time supporters. She also worked with the 2005 Montezuma Ball Committee. This event netted the Council over $23,000. Owner 2002- 2006 Simons Consulting Services Edgewood, New Mexico Simons Consulting has had a number of clients: New Mexico Engineering Foundation, New Mexico Special Orchestra, the Moriarty Civic Center and the Albuquerque Boy Choir. Her duties for these clients include creating news releases and marketing materials, grant writing, producing and manning trade booths and fundraising through direct development and events. She has conducted a very successful direct mail campaign for the Engineering Foundation getting over a 3% response. Ms. Simons has also successful obtained an advertising grant for the Moriarty Civic Center and, as volunteer, written and obtained grants for the New Mexico Route 66 Association. She has worked with organizations to file their 501’s with the IRS and has written by-laws and Articles of Incorporation. Director of Development 2001-2002 Easter Seals New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico Ms. Simons was responsible for the planning and executing of all fundraising activities including, but not limited to, grant writing, direct donor development and the two spring events. This included obtaining sponsorship for and marketing these events to the media and the public. These two events showed an average increase of 31% over the preceding year, with the major event having the best gross gain since its inception. She was also responsible for the promotion of Easter Seals New Mexico’s programs. This visibility was accomplished through press releases, participation in public events and direct contact with donors, both individual and corporate. She was also responsible for the creation and printing of the quarterly newsletter. Division Director 1999-2001 New Mexico March of Dimes Albuquerque, New Mexico Ms. Simons was responsible for the planning and executing of all fundraising activities, these included three sites of Walk America she was in charge of recruiting, orienting and involving volunteers. She was responsible for major sponsor recruitment and the involvement of new corporate partners in these events. Two new fundraising events were added to the March of Dimes Fundraising calendar under her direction. This is reflected in a 60% growth in revenue over the last two years. As Division Director, she provided organization visibility through public relations and promotional events, such as the establishment of a regularly published newsletter and participation in health fairs and other public venues. Owner 1997-1999 Simons Consulting Edgewood, New Mexico Simons Consulting wrote and managed grants for non-profits, advising on membership campaigns and planned and staffed expo. booths. They also wrote promotional material for both for-profit and non-profit organizations. Ms. Simons served as Site and Sponsor chair for the Torrance County Economic Summit. Ms. Simons was also part-time director for the United South Broadway MainStreet organization, Very Special Arts and worked with Occasions! By Design as an event planner. She served as volunteer director for the Torrance County Rails-to-Trails project, coordinating fundraising and publicity, as well as a 10K Fun Run and as the promotional campaign manager for the New Mexico Route 66 Association. Project Manager 1995-1997 Salt Missions Trails MainStreet Estancia, New Mexico As Project Manager, Ms. Simons reported directly to a board of 16 that represented the four major towns of Torrance County. She incorporated this economic development organization and successfully wrote their 501-c-3 status. Ms. Simons was instrumental in raising over $35,000 for the organization through direct contact, membership campaigns, special events and grant writing. She was also responsible for information dissemination through direct mail, event booths and the publication of the quarterly newsletter. Her job included economic development through the solicitation of new businesses and the retention and expansion of existing businesses. In the development of the Torrance County Rails to Trails project, she wrote and was granted the Dupont Greenways Award for $25,000. This was the only Greenways grant received in New Mexico. She also successfully wrote grants from Keep New Mexico Beautiful, the NM Dept. of Economic Development, the NM Dept. of Tourism and National Scenic By-way. Owner 1991-1995 Jazmin Consulting Group, Inc. Carnation, Washington Jazmin Consulting was a partnership that specialized in event planning, fundraising and campaign management. Jazmin Consulting contracted to sell and coordinate booth space, arrange publicity special event coverage, travel arrangements and fundraising from American companies for Japan Week in Bellevue. Jazmin Consulting also coordinated meetings, fundraising and publicity for successful public bond campaigns. Education Masters of Non-Profit Management - Regis University 2010 University of Arizona – BS Rio Salado Community College – Bookkeeping Bellevue Community College – Grant Writing and Fundraising for Non-Profits Washington State Heritage Resource Center – Grant Writing Seminar Western New Mexico University – New Mexico Economic Development Course New Mexico State University – Marketing Class Business Retention and Expansion International – Certification Workshop Southwest Regional Your Town Center – Rural Design Workshop National March of Dimes Workshops – Volunteer Management, Communications, Event Management and Fundraising QuickBooks – Basic workshop and Customer Manager on-line workshop The Fundraising School/The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University–Building the Annual Fund workshop Certified Fundraising Executive Robert Woods Johnson Fellow 2009-2010 Leadership Albuquerque Class of 2012 YWCA Women on the Move 2013 Organizations Association of Fundraising Professionals – New Mexico Board of Directors 2005, 2006, 2010 2005, 2006 Education Day – Vendor Co-Chair Friends of the Estancia Valley Animals – President Board of Directors East Mountain Animal Shelter Task Force – Chair New Mexico Cancer Council - Chair Policy & Advocacy Work Group Speaking Engagements Home Based Business Conference 1996 National MainStreet Meeting 1997 NM Historic Preservation Alliance 1998 University of Phoenix – Guest Lecturer 1999 National Meeting on MainStreet 2004 Arizona State AFP Conference 2005 NGO-NM State Conference 2005 AFP Education Day 2006 Rural Economic Development Through Tourism Conference 2007 Houston AFP Educational Conference 2010 New Mexico Animal Humane Conference 2010 American Society of Power Engineers 2011 New Mexico Health Disparities Conference 2012 Association of Fundraising Professionals New Mexico March, 2013
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Tara Phoenix - Freelance Admin Support & Word Processing
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$15
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Tara D. Phoenix 34 S. High St., 3rd Floor, Apt. # 2, West Chester, PA 19382 - phnx70@yahoo.com Objective Obtain a position that will utilize my management, administrative, multi-tasking, writing, editing and computer skills while allowing for future professional and financial growth. Provide high-level administrative support by conducting research, preparing statistical reports, handling information requests and travel arrangements, as well as performing clerical functions, such as drafting documents, contracts and correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, and planning and scheduling meetings. The position sought may also involve travel and the training and supervision of lower-level administrative staff. Skills ? Exceptional written and oral communication abilities. ? Multi-task oriented, detail oriented, goal oriented/deadline driven, and efficient. ? Strong analytical, editing, proofing and organizational skills. ? Excellent interpersonal skills and phone manner ? Ability to interact with staff (at all levels) in a fast paced environment, remaining flexible, proactive and resourceful. ? All Windows operating systems, Outlook, Word, Excel, WordPerfect, PowerPoint, Lotus Notes, Publisher, as well as a variety of database systems and contact management software. ? Proven leadership and managerial skills. ? Able to work independently with little or no supervision. Experience 2005 - Present, Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI), Philadelphia, PA CLE Program Manager/Leasing Coordinator ? Serve as the primary contact for all Philadelphia Bar Association Continuing Legal Education (CLE) courses. ? Handle and coordinate all inquiries (phone and email) with Section and Committee leadership to develop, manage and administer CLE courses within the established Pennsylvania CLE Board guidelines. ? Research proposed legal topics for development into CLE courses and course material content. ? Coordinate, prepare & revise course materials; compile documents to create a course manual for distribution at seminars. ? Prepare extensive correspondence and written communication for assigned CLE courses, such as faculty recruitment letters, welcome letters, thank you letters, as well as general guidelines providing instructions for the submission of course materials, expense reports and issuance of CLE credit. ? Arrange travel for all faculty; prepare and complete expense reports submitted by faculty for course. ? Create, edit, and proof all marketing materials for assigned CLE courses. ? Handle any additional administrative detail for all assigned CLE programs ? Oversee all informational materials at the Conference Center designed to market PBI Services (books and courses). ? Oversee all conference center rentals, including drafting rental contracts, invoices and invoice collections ? Market and assist in managing the CLE Conference Center to Philadelphia law firms, other area professional organizations, Wanamaker Building tenants and other potential customers. ? Network with professional organization contacts who are responsible for scheduling events for their organization. 1998 – 2005, Chubb Computer Services/ The Chubb Institute, Springfield, PA Senior Registrar ? System Administrator responsible for maintaining extensive computer network, updating records & student database. ? Liaison and coordinator for the PA, NJ, DE Workforce; CareerLink; OVR and Veterans' Affairs Benefits organizations. ? Prepared extensive correspondence and written communications to all government agencies, and accrediting bodies. ? Coordination and complete management of all aspects of student records and functions related to Education Services. ? Understand and uphold state, federal, and accreditation regulations regarding compliance. ? Coordinate and facilitate all aspects of Corporate, State, Federal, and Accrediting Agency Compliance audits; as well as gathering, processing & completion of all yearly state, federal, and accrediting agency population, retention, graduation, and placement rate reports. ? Work with Education management for students that have documented disabilities and special needs making arrangements for appropriate accommodations according to the American with Disabilities Act and The Federal Rehabilitation Act. ? National Administrative procedures and Campus2000 system trainer (student records database) for locations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Illinois, and Georgia. ? Handle and coordinate all my travel arrangements and training schedules to maintain fluid schedule between locations. ? Responsible for seeing that all registrar duties are completed. Registrar ? Record daily attendance of students and alerts management of students with excessive absences or erratic attendance. ? Manage grade reporting and calculation of cumulative GPA; as well as, calculate SAP (student academic progress). ? Create academic official and unofficial transcripts, as well as, manage processing of Change of Status for students. ? Verify and confirm student is entitled to receive disbursements of Title IV aid. ? Provide letters of attendance for agency sponsored students, as well as, certification of unemployment forms. ? Provide education verification letters for health insurance benefits, childcare benefits, as well as, future employment. ? Manage and organize class starts and auditing students; as well as, supervise completeness and accuracy of student files ? Coordination, scheduling, and processing of registration of classes in the student records database. Operations Supervisor ? Complete Operations Reporting – Commission, Sales, Registration, Seat, Enrollment transaction, Facility Transaction, Accounts Receivable, Earned & Unearned Revenue, and Inventory - all reports generated daily, weekly, and monthly. ? Marketing Support – Created and updated Web Catalog, updated Schedule ? Vendor Relations Manager/Buyer – developed and maintained all vendor relations- educational consultants, marketing activities, course materials, hardware, software, and office supplies. ? Expense report processing and pre-approval. Training Center Administrator ? Sales Support – Completed all daily registrations using the Class system. ? Inventory Control Management for course materials, classroom supplies, and office supplies. ? Classrooms Set-up and Management – First line support for student communications and issues; maintained instructor training log and student evaluations; certificate issuance. ? Handled additional miscellaneous tasks and projects as assigned. 1997 – 1998, PTS Learning Systems, King of Prussia, PA Open Enrollment Specialist ? Operations and Sales Reporting – Completed Booked, delivered, and deferred revenue reports; certified and private sales reports, student enrollment transaction reports, utilization reports all daily, weekly, and monthly. ? Maintained AR databases, addressed any delinquent AR issues for certified open enrollment sales in both the New York and Philadelphia regions. ? Scheduling/Courseware Management – Responsible for creating, distributing, input, and updating 3-month Open Enrollment course schedule grids; completed monthly Microsoft CTEC reports, reviewing LAEC database for changes and updates to the curriculum. ? AR/AP reports- daily, monthly, and weekly for private certified training in the New York and Philadelphia regions. ? Completed all daily registrations, reschedules, cancellations, and invoicing for certified Open Enrollment and Private Certified enrollment in the New York and Philadelphia regions Education B.A. Political Science, Minor Criminal Justice, 1993 West Chester University, West Chester, PA Diploma, Computer Networks and Data Communications, 2000 The Chubb Institute – Keystone School, Springfield, PA References Available upon request
West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States
Marjorie Homg - Freelance Chinese Translation & Legal Translation
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$50
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Marjorie Meitsuo Hong, MBA 14 Years of professional experience Native Chinese from Taiwan 3349 W. 10305 S. South Jordan, UT 84095. USA Tel/Fax: (801) 263-1706 Mobile: (801) 949-5687 e-mail: meitsuo@gmail.com OBJECTIVE: Freelance translator-- specialize in business/marketing, banking & finance, health care, real estate, government, information system, insurance, legal, agriculture, and hospitality industry. . Conference/Simultaneous interpreter—specialize in Convention Interpretations in global businesses, human resources, sales/marketing and MLM companies; also interpret for Federal court trials, Department of Justice, court depositions and attorney offices simultaneously. Consecutive interpreter-- immigration courts, district/justice courts, hospitals, health clinics, insurance companies, import/export companies, and government agencies. LANGUAGE : English <> Chinese Source/ Native Language: Traditional & Simplified Chinese EDUCATION: 1992 to 1994- University of Tennessee--Chattanooga, TN Master of Business Administration Degree (MBA) In-Depth Studies: Marketing, Finance, Economics, Accounting, Business Law, Human Resource Planning, Operational Mgt, TQM, Information System Mgt, Strategic Planning, and Research Method. Honor of Sigma Iota Epsilon - National Honorary and Professional Management Fraternity 1987 to 1990 Brigham Young University--Laie, Hawaii Bachelor of Science Degree - Hotel and Restaurant Management. Extra Emphasis: Business Information System 1984 to 1987 Ming Chuan Business College - Taipei, Taiwan Associate Degree - Tourism Industry Management Minor - Business Management CERTIFICATIONS: 2005 US Federal court Mandarin interpreter 2001 Passed Contract Chinese Linguist Exam for Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) 2000 Certified federal interpreter in providing interpretation for INS of DOJ(Department of Justice) via LionBridge 1999 Certified Utah District court interpreter; completed Utah State Court Interpreter Certification Workshop 2000 Certified telephone interpreter through Teleinterpreter &NetworkOmni Multilingual Communications 2000 Certified Language Specialist for 2002 Olympics Winter Games 2000 Certificate of Attendance for the 41st Annual Conference of the American Translation Association Certificate of Attendance for the Localization Training Seminar by LISA 1998 Professional Medical Claims and Billing Program of At-Home Professions—Fort Collins, CO Certified Medical Claims and Billing Specialist in Medical terminology, Human Anatomy, Diagnostic Coding(ICD-9-CM), Procedure Coding(CPT), HCFA-1500, Electronic Claims Submissions, working with Medicaid, Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield and other HMOs and PPOs, follow-up and appeals. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION: Member of the American Translators Association (ATA) .f Security Clearance: Obtained Security Clearance (TS/SCI) through LionBridge. working with INS courts of Homeland Security of DOJ Obtained Security Clearance (TS/SCI) through ASET International working with DEA of DOJ Tools/ Cable internet connection, Trados Freelance Edition V.5, MS Office Chinese version(Word, PowerPoint) Equipment: Window Vista Chinese version; Dell-Pentium IV, fax machine, copier, scanner, laser printer, DVD burner. PROFESSIONAL TRANSLATION EXPERIENCES: 05/12 to present JTG Inc., Vienna, VA—have been providing translation, editing, and reviewing service for government documents of DOJ investigation as well as providing triage service for DOJ investigation documents regularly. 01/07 –present ASET International Services Corporation, Arlington VA-have provided triage service for DOJ documents as on-going basis for period of one year, and have translated a large file of over 16,000 words in the area of national information defense as well as money laundry activities and related crimes in the US and overseas. 05/12—Allied Interpreting Service, Los Angeles, CA—translate two large files for contacts/agreements among egg donors, surrogate mothers, intent parents, and infertility facility(hospital). 04/02-Diners Professional Translation Services, Hong Kong—translate court documents for Taipei District Court in Taiwan regarding to estate and inheritance disputes. 01-09/12 ASET International Services—Chinese Triage Text Analysis projects: analyze and summarize content of detail information and correspondence of companies and factories in China and USA in determining crimes committed and offering analyzed information to Department of Justice. 01/12 G3 Translate, New York New York—translate and edite large files in the area of Antibiotics and Antifungal Studies. 01/07 –present ASET International Services Corporation, Arlington VA-have translated a large file of over 16,000 words in the area of national information defense and other documents regarding money laundry activities and related crimes in the US and overseas as well as other government sensitive materials on needed basis. . 08/08-present CF Professional Translations, LL, Cumming, GA—have translated hospital medical records and other legal documents on a regular basis. . 04/08 VANCOTT Law firm, SLC UT—provided translation and proofreading on documents needed for a lawsuit among a US stock brokerage co. and two co. from China regarding to disputes about stock ownership and fund transfer trails. 01/08 LightWave Translation, Washington DC -edited legal documents for a chemistry company from China. 11/06 Multilingual Solutions, Inc., Rockville MD-edited a survey for customer equity drivers research. 11/01-present Pangea Lingua, Indianapolis, IN—have been translating business cards, surveys, and documents that are in pharmaceutical, medical field, and marketing & business field as an on-going long term working arrangement. 06/05--present Olpin Productions, Midvale UT-has been translating websites and DVD scripts for marketing /advertising materials as well as health product information for several multi-level companies as an on-going long term working relationship. 04/03—present Translation One, Spanish Fork, UT—have regularly edited and translated documents of business plans, food product information, web pages, and marketing materials for health nutrition companies; coached and edited audio productions for a company in computer industry. 4/00-present Asian Translation Service, Midvale UT—a series of translation projects in Danish agriculture industry that includes fish sector, grain, seed sector, dairy sector as well as pig sector which covers the agricultural product lines, the agriculture associations and organizations, the equipment technologies, machineries ,and the investment plans of launching the market into China, and so forth. Other specific assignments include: translation of a document in the field of shipment transportation regarding to its requirement of packaging and delivery and technical translation for owner’s manual for industrial machinery. 03/04-present Echo International, Pittsburgh, PA—have translated & edited business and technical documents regularly. 02/04 Vice Versa Consulting, Inc. Ellicott City, MD—translated documents for college admission and diversity program. 05/03-present Agnew Tech-II Production Department, Westlake Village, CA—edited files for the power/utility industry, health care industry, and computer game industry; 03/02 translated files in cosmetic and skin-care areas. 10/02 to 12/03 Weidner Communication Corp, Ogden UT--acting as the president for Thot, Asia to develop a translation software for Chinese and English pair as well as organize personnel and utilize resources for this gigantic language project, “ Automatic Translation System”. 6/02 Silver Tongue Language Services, Arlington VA—translation regarding to the agriculture industry in Georgia. 07/01-06/02 East-West Interchange, Inc., McLean VA—translated a medical study concerning genetics of ****** dependency; translated a summary report of a visit to the FDA from the Chinese delegation regarding to the issue of chloramphenicol content found in shrimp and honey, and the issue of the US automatic confiscating mushroom cans exported from China and other food & drug related issues. 3/02 Victoria Enterprises, Inc. Washington, DC—translated legal documents and court subpoena for companies in semiconductor industry that are located in Taiwan and USA . 12/01-2/02 Marina Capital Inc., Ogden, UT—a large project which involves translating the website for its real estate investment and development in US and China, specifically for the casino gaming industry. Other areas that are involved in this project include legal translation of contracts and Immigration documents. 09/01 Go Global Translations, Inc., Excelsior MN—marriage license translation for immigration purpose. 08/01 Language Intelligence, Rochester NY—translated documents for a on-line market research firm from English into Traditional Chinese, then edited the file in Traditional Chinese into Simplified Chinese. 07/01 Rosetta Stone Associates, Nashua NH—edited two documents regarding employee conducts and business operating principles. 06/01-07/01 Origin-The Language Agency, Makawao HI—edited a business document and a survey regarding to building facility and living condition. 06/01 Universe Technical Translation, Inc., Houston TX—a large file of technical translation from Chinese to English that features the system, the process and the economic assessments of Pipeline Engineering Industry. 01/01--present PACOLET International Translation Inc., Roscoe, IL—edited a 20K-word project for a health care questionnaire; translated and edited birth certificates and native household information for immigration purposes.and continue to work on other projects as needed. 03/01 Accents US, Inc., La Mesa, CA—translated a bankruptcy document that declares for auction bidding process. C>E 01/01 The Language Bank, Orlando, FL—translated a legal contract for terms and conditions for an authorized party in Taiwan on the behalf of an U.S. company. 12/00 Globalworks, Group, New York, NY—edited and translated universal life insurance policy agreements. 12/00 All Languages Specialists, Inc., Tampa, FL—translated certificates for medical degree. 12/00 Eurasia International, Encino, CA—translated a diploma and a degree certificate from Chinese to English. 11/00 Foreign Language Services, Inc. Charlottesville, VA—transcribed and translated a court proceeding cassette in Mandarin and Taiwanese for a witness statement concerning scrap metal industry as well as grading the accuracy of the interpreter’s interpretation. 11/00 TransPerfect Translations, Inc. New York, NY—translated a document of various TV cable programs & channels 10/00 Multilingual Communications Corp., Pittsburgh, PA—translated a document concerning problems in personnel/human resource management and strategic management for a petroleum chemical company. 9/00--present Market Access International, Chicago, IL—has translated TV commercials of natural supplement products, personal hygiene products, optical products and others in Mandarin and Taiwanese on a regular basis. 8/00 University Language Center, Minneapolis, MN—edited flight announcements in Traditional and Simplified Chinese. 7/00-8/00 Translations.com, New York, NY—have translated a project for a global on-line hotel booking system; also translated & edited a large project for an on-line securities/stocks investment firm that will launch in Hong Kong shortly. 5/00 LanguageWorks, New York, NY—12,000 words translation project of meeting reports and user manual for a gasoline company in the areas of financial background and investment plans, personnel training programs, legal issues as well as technology aspects of the oil industry. 4/00 Language Intelligence, Rochester NY—translated documents for job descriptions and safety procedures manual for a company in China. 2/00 Kern Language Services International, San Francisco CA—have translated technical documents of telecommunication industry and legal documents. 5/99-6/00 New Castle Productions, Sandy UT—an established and on-going working relationship in providing script translations, subtitling, proofreading, editing, and voice-over services for films and video productions. 7/99--present Morinda Inc. Provo Utah-- Translated marketing materials and legal documents as well as convention scripts for Noni juice and other health related products 10/99 Ampac Group, Alexandria VA—completed a 7600 words translation assignment for a global investment proposal. 10/99 RWS Group, San Francisco CA— completed a rush job for a large computer/technical editing job. SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION EXPERIENCE: (Mandarin) 9/12 Doterra, Orem, UT—provided simultaneous/conference interpretation for the global convention at Salt Palace; subjects of the meetings include training on various essential oils, chemistry 101 with essential oil, medical study and findings on the effect of essential oils, business sessions on leadership, motivation, and others. 01/00 to present US Translation Company, South Odgen,UT— have provided simultaneous/conference interpretation annually for Nu Skin International, Inc. and USANA International for their annual Global Convention and other health industry companies every year. Subjects include scientific research on products, health and nutrition information, marketing, compensation system, international businesses, motivational speeches, and more. 2001 to present Lionbridge, Waltham, MA—have provided simultaneous interpretation for immigration court hearings among defendants, attorneys, government councils, and immigration judges at immigration courts in Salt Lake City, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, etc. 05/12 United States District Court for the District of Utah, Salt Lake United States District Court UT—provide simultaneous interpretation for defendants in the lawsuit of money wire and money laundry crimes. 04/12 Neways International Convention, Provo UT—provide simultaneous interpretation for its international convention, subjects include toxicology, toxins research, ingredients and formulation, pilot testing as well as consecutive interpreting for Scientific Advisory Board(SAB) workshops in product research and scientific findings. 01/00-present US Translation Company, South Odgen,UT— have provid simultaneous/conference interpretation for Nu Skin International, Inc. and USANA International for their annual Global Convention and other health industry companies every year. 12/11 Certified Interpreters of Utah, SLC, UT—provided simultaneous and consecutive interpretation for a deposition in the area of insurance industry. 11/11 Primeco International Corp, Houston, TX—provided simultaneous interpretation for International Institute in Washington DC for delegates from Taiwan. Topics of the meetings include leadership, environment protection, current government issues, and more. 10/11 Universe Technical Translations, provided simultaneous interpretation for 600 prominent governmental, businesses and academic leaders from China and the U. S attending the 2011 China-US Relations Conference held in Texas A & M University. Topics addressed at the conference included economic and trade relations, collaborations and joint ventures; joint energy research opportunities and development policies and the future of U.S.-China relations from a historical and comparative perspective. 05/11 ASTD (American Society for Training & Development) Conference, Orlando FL-- provided simultaneous interpretation for meetings and workshops which promote workplace learning and development among 8000 professionals attendees from more than 70 countries. Topics include Organizational Effectiveness, Business Strategy, Developing Effective Leaders, Measurement and ROI, Performance Improvement, Personal Skills Development and others. 03/02 to present A Bridge Between Nations(Conference Interpreting Services), Scottsdale, AZ—provided simultaneous interpretation for Monavie convention annually, subject includes medical, heath care information , and marketing strategies; also provided simultaneous interpretation for Century 21 Annual Convention at San Antonio, TX; subject includes real estate industry, business and motivational speech 9/11 Transperfect Translations, New York NY—provided simultaneous/conference interpretation for a global convention in health and nutrition field as well as marketing plan and medical information workshops. 09/10-present Intellectual Reserve Inc., Salt Lake City UT- have provided simultaneous interpretation for representations in law and religion topics from world renown scholars for the annual Law and Religion Symposium of Brigham Young University every October as well as other on-going interpretation assignments. 5/11 ASTD, Alexandra, VA—provided simultaneous interpretation for the 4 day convention held in Orlando FL. Topics include Influence Behavior, Leadership training, Performance Improvement for Trainer, and other HR topics workshops. 6/00 to present LioNBRIDGE, Inc(Bowne Global Solutions), Washington, DC--Certified EOIR Interpreter, have been providing simultaneous and consecutive interpretation for INS immigration courts of EOIR (Executive Office for Immigration Review, a branch of Department of Justice) in SLC, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles on a regular basis. Subjects include deportation and asylum cases concerning one-child policy, religion freedom, personal persecution, human rights, and other immigration issues. Have providde monitoring and interpretation service for INS offices throughout the US. 10/08 to present ASET International, Arlington VA -provided simultaneous interpretation for a week-long Drug Traffic Investigation Convention in Mexico City, Mexico among Drug Enforcement Agency of USA(DEA), Delegation Officers of Narcotic Control from People of Republic of China, and PGR of Mexico. 10/07to present Xango, Lehi UT—have provided simultaneous/conference interpretation for their annual global convention that includes sales marketing info, research findings, computer technology trend, medical and business workshops, etc. 09/08-09/10 4life, Sandy UT—have provided simultaneous/conference interpretation for their annual worldwide convention that include product information, sales strategies, medical research information, marketing meetings, so forth. 11/08-present MonaVie, South Jordan UT—provided simultaneous interpretation for webcast business meetings and international conventions in SLC . Topics include health product content, research info, marketing strategies, and so forth. 01/09 Utah Attorney General's Office, SLC UT - have provided simultaneous interpretation for trials at Utah Attorney General’s Office as well as consecutive interpretation for medical examinations and legal deposition for a litigation between scholars from China and State of Utah. 09/08 U.S District Court for the District of Wyoming, Cheyenne WY—provided simultaneous interpretation for a week- long trial computer crimes that related high tech and medical areas. 08/06 Melaleuca, Idaho Falls, ID—provided simultaneous interpretation for their 3 day annual global convention that includes topics in marketing, sales strategies, medical research info, and so forth. 05/06 Nature Sunshine Intl, Provo UT-provided simultaneous interpretation for a marketing plan presentation that involves laws in China and marketing strategies in entering into China market. 6/99-03 Morinda Inc, Orem, UT—Official simultaneous interpreter for Morinda’s annual conventions and leadership conferences: 0 1/03,01/02,11/01, 12/00, and 1/00 have provided simultaneous interpretation for the 2-day leadership convention in San Diego, CA and Salt Lake City, Utah. 6/99 and 4/01—provided simultaneous interpretation for Morinda’s 1999 in Anaheim California and 2001 International Convention in SLC, which included one day pre-conference goal setting presentation, and 3-day general session of conference, product information workshops, doctors-panel workshops and theme presentations. 01/03 Boston Sceintific Conference, SLC UT-provided simultaneous interpretation for the conference; subjects included medical information, general business, marketing and sales. Consecutive Interpretation Experience: 2/10 to present, Midtown Clinic, Ogden, UT—have provided medical interpreting for OB/GYN and new born check-up appointments at the clinic weekly and monthly at on-going basis. 6/12 to 9/12 Snow, Christensen & Martineau, SLC, UT—provided legal interpreting for an international patent lawsuit among companies in China and US; provided interpretation for the Chinese owner and his attorneys as well as interpreted for the case hearings and bench trial at the US court of Utah district in Salt Lake City for 4 months of litigation. 2001 to present Lionbridge, Waltham, MA—have provided consective interpretation for immigration court hearings among defendants, attorneys, government councils, and immigration judges at immigration courts in Salt Lake City, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, etc; also have provided monitoring service for immigration proceedings and court hearings for DOJ. 05/12 United States District Court for the District of Utah, Salt Lake United States District Court UT—provide consecutive and simultaneous interpretation for defendants in the lawsuit of money wire and money laundry crimes. 11/11 US Trustee Office of Utah, SLC UT- Interpreted for a bankruptcy court hearing between the Trustee officer and the respondents regarding to finance and legal matters in the case. 7/11 Global Lanugage Systems, Bountiful UT—Teach a group of students from Air-force personnel to better their Mandarin Chinese skills, to enable them to read and write basic Chinese characters. 02/10 ISHOLA LAW FIRM, West Valley City,UT -interpreting for immigration cases preparing for INS court trials. 6/00 to present LioNBRIDGE, Inc(Bowne Global Solutions), Washington, DC--Certified EOIR Interpreter, perform interpretation service for INS immigration courts in SLC, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, on a regular basis or EOIR (Executive Office for Immigration Review), a branch of Department of Justice—subjects including deportation and asylum cases concerning one-child policy, religion freedom, personal persecution, human rights, and other immigration issues. Also provide monitoring and interpretation service for INS offices throughout the US. 6/08 to present CF Professional Translations, LLC, Cumming, GA 30041 - provide document translation and editing; for legal and technical documents, also provide interpretation for health care and insurance sector. 9/00--present LanguageLine Services, Monterey CA( formerly Teleinterprter, Glendale, CA)—conduct telephone interpretations on a daily basis for clients in medical, health insurance, auto insurance claim, banking, credit card & retail business, and government agencies that are in need of Mandarin and Taiwanese interpretations. 8/99-- present Utah State Court System—interpret civil and criminal cases for defendants, prosecutors, and judges for Utah 3rd district Court, Murray City Court, West Valley City Court, Sandy City Court, Taylorsville Court, Orem district Court, Ogden district court, Provo district court and so forth . 12/08 to present Midtown Clinic, Ogden UT-have been providing interpretation for OB/GYN and Pediatric appointments. 11/08 Translation One, Provo UT-provided simultaneous interpretation for Xango Annual Convention, which includes product info, marketing and sales technique, medical research findings, fitness and health info, and motivational speeches. 09/08 Snell & Wilmer LLP Law Office, SLC U—provided legal interpretation and consultation for digital audio technology. 04/08 VANCOTT Law firm, SLC UT—provided consecutive and simultaneous interpretation for deposition and trial for a lawsuit among a US stock brokerage company and two companies from China regarding to disputes about stock ownership and fund transfer trails. 05/06 Yates Law Firm, Denver CO-provided interpretation at U.S. courthouse in Utah for witness, judge, attorneys, and 12 -member jury for a construction negligence/ fire accident lawsuit among 3 corporations from Utah and Colorado. 01/06-present Mineral Resources Intl, Ogden UT—provided consecutive interpretation for presidents from Mineral Resources Intl and Trace Minerals Research and government officials from China in discussing legal issues, fraud/schemes, and export problems in China. 8/05—Lingotek, Centerville, UT-Interpreted for government officials from China that was escorted by Global Bridge Foundation regarding to the organization and how-to’s at Utah’s Workforce Dept, Airforce Base, police department , etc. 8/05-Durham, Jones & Pinegar Law Firm,SLC, UT—interpreted deposition for product invention &copyright issues. 3/00--present NetworkOmni Multilingual Communications, Thousand Oaks, CA—perform telephone interpretations on a regular basis for clients in auto insurance claim, credit card & retail business, banking, public service, medical emergency and so forth. 5/02-present Inlingua, SLC, UT—taken interpretation assignments for personal injuries, corporate business lawsuit, legal depositions for different law firms. 3/02-present Alpine Interpreting, LLC Salt Lake City, UT—taken on legal interpretation assignments that included deposition and court interpretation for different law firms. One case involved an on-going lawsuit among health supplement companies that are located in USA, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and other Asian countries. 3/01 US Translation, Ogden, UT—provided consecutive interpretation for a web design company with its client in Beijing concerning its web page designs. 10/01—present Interpreting Solutions, Draper UT—medical interpretation on-site and medical teleconference interpretation for hospitals, clinic, and psychiatric care. 10-11/04 Strong & Hanni Law Firm, SLC, UT—provided legal interpretation for a deposition between the defendant and plaintiff regarding to human rights issue. 03/04 Holland & Hart LLP, SLC, UT—legal interpretation for deposition that involved two companies in the U.S. and Taiwan regarding to the issue of copyright. 10/02 Ludwig& Robinson, P.L.L.C., Washington, DC—one week of deposition interpretation that involved the case between a mineral company in the US and a bank corporation in China. 4/01 PACOLET International Translation Inc., Roscoe, IL—interpreted an asylum case for DOJ judge, counsels, applicant, and witness in regards to religion freedom, human rights, and personal safety issues. 2/01 Kirton & McConkie Law Firm, SLC, UT—provided consecutive interpretation for court hearings that concern legal ownership issues and international export/import endorsed matters. 1/00 to present Argo Translation, Inc, Milwaukee WI —have conducted telephone interpretations on a needed basis for insurance companies to obtain crucial medical information from the insurers on the behalf of insurance agents through a three-way conference call.
Riverton, Utah, United States