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Dennesha Tate - Freelance Admin Support & Virtual Assistance
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4.5
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$12
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Personal Statement: Experienced in Administrative duties, Project Manager Duties, Software Testing and worked as a Scrum Master leading a Technical team of five (5), Computer skills include; Microsoft Excel, Access, word and PowerPoint. I possess excellent problem solving and communication skills both written and orally. I am accustomed to long work hours and very flexible. Career...
East Orange, New Jersey, United States

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Christomper - Freelance Annual Report Writing & Sales Presentations
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???Christopher Delich, PMP ??????Qualifications: • Fifteen years of experience in chemical and biological systems and sensors • Seven years of experience developing sensors and integrated systems for military customers • Five years of experience in scientific testing (planning, conducting, overseeing, and evaluating investigations) • Eleven years of experience in government contracting Experience: ?????Sr. Program Manager, Program Manager ????FLIR Systems ?????March 2011-Present ??????Elkridge, MD ???????• Program Manager for $50M of sensor integration, training, fielding and Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) tasks • Managed a matrixed team of up to 65 people between CLS, system development and fielding tasks • Ran the largest dollar-value program in FLIR Systems and ensured timely delivery of systems valued at over a million dollars • Solved engineering problems having to do with EPA emissions and technical aspects of scientific instruments • Secured $74 million in funding for CY15 • Supervised the fielding of the AT Box, the first system from the business unit to be fielded to an operational group of users • Planned and executed an Operational Demonstration in the center courtyard of the Pentagon and secured orders for additional systems • Supervised the developmental and operational testing of sensor systems and ensured the systems were selected for procurement • Produced systems on-time and on-budget • Responsible for Contractor Logistics Support of systems that were developed • Developed solutions for customers overseas (including managing ITAR compliance of same) ??????Technical Lead, Advanced Threat Systems; Systems Engineer ?????FLIR Systems(formerly ICx Technologies) ?????February 2009 – March 2011 ???????Elkridge, MD ?????• Lead scientific studies using specialized technical knowledge of CBRNE agents, their characteristics, toxic effects, field sampling and detection technology, and methods of analysis and assay. • Prime contractor representative on Test and Evaluation, Engineering and Training Integrated Product Teams (IPT) • Utilized knowledge of scientific (chemistry, biology and industrial hygiene), source selection, material hardening and engineering concepts in the development of the Joint Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance System • Provided technical guidance, task leadership and mentoring based on wide experience in Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear defense and ten years of experience • Served as instructor for test and evaluation of JNBCRS2 and the Joint Urgent Operational Needs Statement (JUONS) system fielding • Developed procedures for test and evaluation of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense systems ??????CBRN/Safety Consultant ????????????May 2007-February 2009 ??????Alexandria, VA/Kansas City, MO ????• CBRN/Safety Consultant for an echelon II US Navy shore command ??? 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???Animal Research Facility Manager, Research Assistant, Technician (promoted twice) ????Medical Research Service, Kansas City Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center ?????March 2000- November 2002 ??????Kansas City, MO ???????• Given own study investigating cAMP (RIA then ELISA) • Promoted to manager of the animal facility (reporting to the Chief of Staff for Research and the Animal Care and Use Committee) • Reduced material costs of operating the ARF by more than 30% by streamlining procurement and logistics • In charge of chemical disposal for the research division • Prepared for an AAALAC accreditation inspection, ensured the facility’s accreditation was renewed. • Associate author in the laboratory’s publications. • Responsible for inventory (equipment, consumables, animals and MSDS) • Extensive experience with rodents ???Military Experience: ????MOS 91 S, Preventive Medicine Specialist: ???????• Assigned to preventive medicine missions at a medical battalion headquarters at the headquarters company, a medical department activity and Joint Task Force-Civil Support • Served as the preventive medicine section chief • Briefed foreign nationals (local political figures) on the public health aspects of their water supplies • Operated in missions as the Army’s mobile public health department, EPA and OSHA • Responsibilities include work in hazardous materials and patient decontamination • Instructor for battalion driver’s training (5 ton and below), land navigation, FST teams and marksmanship • Conducted full range of health inspections on a typical military post including the US Detention Barracks (military prison) • Participated in the asbestos monitoring of Bell Hall at the Command and General Staff College and the West Nile Virus mosquito surveillance program • Completed the patient decontamination course by the medical company training site, the NBC Defense course and HAZMAT Technician and HAZWOPER ???Education: Bachelor of Science Biology/Philosophy; Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO Certificate – Program Management Fundamentals; Villanova University, Villanova, PA Preventive Medicine Specialist MOS 91S - Honor Graduate (recertified IFSAC HAZMAT Awareness, 2005); US Army Medical Command Center and School, Ft. 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Self-taught artist based in South Australia. I have always had a passion for drawing and found my style in Anime/Manga art. I specialise in 2D anime art and character concepts with simple or no backgrounds. I am able to draw anime versions of yourself, family or friends from photo reference. I can also draw your character or fanart from image or text reference. I am primarily a digital artist but I also have experience in traditional art with Copic Markers.
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Dan Sills - Freelance Animation & Cartooning
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Education: • Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI • Bachelor of Science, Graduated December 2012 • Major: Film/Video – Emphasis: Animation and New Media • Minor: Studio Art • Joe Murray Studio Cartoon Master Class Certificate of Completion, 2011 Projects and Experience: • No Animals Allowed (7 minutes, 2012, writer, director, animator) • Grand Valley Lanthorn Editorial Comic Artist (2009-2012) • Grand Valley State University Teaching Assistant for Animation 2 (Winter 2011) and Animation 1 (Fall 2011) • Hot Air (5 minutes, 2010, writer, director, animator) • Mirror Mirror (Children’s Book Illustrator, 2009) • I Am (Children’s Book Illustrator, 2008) Awards: • Michigan Press Association College Better Newspaper Contest 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winner for Best Original Cartoon-Editorial or Entertainment (2012) • Associated Collegiate Press Cartooning Awards 2nd place Winner (2011) • Michigan Press Association Winner for Best Original Cartoon-Editorial or Entertainment (2010) • Grand Valley State University Film/Video Student Showcase Best 100 Level (2009)
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N. Ann Hall - Freelance Proofreading & Editing
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N. Ann Hall 2700 Braselton Highway, 10-158, Dacula GA 30019 Phone: 678.310.6573 or?702.577.5008?• Email: nannhallwrites@gmail.com PROFILE: •Highly skilled and proven leader and facilitator of written and oral communications for accomplishing high-level management goals and achieving results. •Develop and implement business strategies that increase product awareness, market share and company profitability. •Written and/or prepared numerous in-house documents, including contracts, proposals, marketing plans, advertisements, press releases, PowerPoint presentations, and executive correspondence. 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DeKalb County Government, Decatur, GA (April 2007 – October 2014) Administrative Project Manager/Communications Strategist, Director’s Office, Watershed Management (10/2013 - 10/2014) Served as an employee communications strategist on special assignment to Executive Office during a management transition. Reviewed communication tools and tactics and provided consultation, recommendations and technical assistance for enhancing the flow of internal information between management and staff and for developing Human Resources/Benefits Communications. Accomplishments: •Served as a key member of the team responsible for implementing an employee opinion survey, aggregating comments and feedback from over 3,000 employees, and developing ideas for internal communications programming. •Research, write, and print production of information brochures on major projects initiated by the Chief Operating Officer in the Executive Office. •Developed profile sheets for executive management from employee survey results specifically highlighting key areas of concern with suggested solutions. •Drafted executive communications including correspondence, welcome letters, proclamations, speeches. •Developed employee communication messages and materials consistent with program objectives and based on communication and marketing theory and principles and audience research (including concept, message, and Web-usability testing). Mirant Corporation, Atlanta, Georgia (September 2000-October 2003) Corporate Communications Coordinator Assisted the Vice President and Department Director in communications strategy, planning and implementation to internally launch the IPO and brand of Mirant Corporation, formerly a Southern Company entity known as Southern Energy, Inc., and the development of marketing communications collateral for several business units, including Human Resources. 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Bank of America Private Bank, Atlanta, Georgia (February 1998-June 2000) Corporate Communications Officer Worked on a strategic initiative team assisting with the implementation of pilot projects for private banking customers with investable assets of $1 million. Accomplishments: •Produced a monthly newsletter on strategic initiatives for private bankers. •Worked with cross-functional strategic planning team to communicate status of projects. •Worked on various communication initiatives as assigned. Prudential Bank, Atlanta, Georgia (January 1996 – February 1998, Contractor assignment) Marketing Projects Coordinator Provided administrative and marketing project support to the Sales and Services and Market Research Department teams with responsibility for credit card products. Accomplishments: •Worked on various marketing communication initiatives as assigned. •Assisted with employee orientation and training. United Parcel Service Atlanta, GA Internal Communications Supervisor (June 1993 – August 1995) Served on communications team with responsibility for implementing internal communication initiatives. Assigned to the Corporate Office with Human Resources/Benefits as my primary business unit. Accomplishments: •Research, wrote and edited monthly 24-page corporate publication for 32 months. •Worked with graphic design, print production teams, and third party vendors to produce monthly publication and other printed communications materials. •Wrote various communications for employee distribution to over 1000 employees, including holiday greetings and CEO announcements. EDUCATION: Masters of Science in Administration, Central Michigan University Global Campus Bachelor of Arts, Journalism, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Hootsuite Social Media Management Dashboard (ongoing) Social Media Strategist Certification, Social Media Academy (in progress) Certificate of Completion, Children’s Story Writing, Write Story Books For Children, Inc. (completed) Microsoft Office Skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher (proficient and expert use) Adobe Creative Suite: InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator (basic use) Alumni, Leadership DeKalb (2012) Alumnae, Georgia Go Run Women’s Political Leadership Training, The White House Project (2008) Alumni, United Way Volunteer Involvement Program (2000) Alumnae, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. AWARDS: Silver Flame Award, Internal Communication Programs, IABC Atlanta (2001) Outstanding Marketing Package, General Binding Corporation (2001)
Buford, Georgia, United States
Justin Slater - Freelance Blog Writing & Book Writing
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Employment History: 2001-2011 Retail – Justice [Tween Brands Inc.] – Senior Store Manager Responsibilities included: Customer relations both personally and overseeing that my staff was servicing customers properly Visual merchandising – including creating, managing, and executing floorsets scheduling Training new hires Overseeing stock room organization Receiving and processing shipments Paperwork and filing General operations, Cleanliness of store Store manager training Hiring Dismissal Payroll management Supply order Maintained the entire operation of the store, and occasionally assisted other stores in the district Time spent with Tween Brands: I received several promotions and accolades throughout my years with Justice. I was taken on as a part-time stock person, promoted to a sales person, to a part-time assistant manager, to a full-time assistant manager, and eventually moved up to senior store manager, which I have been for the past two years. I was recognized by both my district manager and regional manager for helping to build the stores business over 17% in my first year as senior manager, and another 9% in my second year, equating to an additional $400,000 in business. I enjoyed my job, the people I hired, and the customers that would come in. Other skills include: • Published author, having written over 15 short stories that have appeared in magazines and anthologies, and have published 1 novel. • Genuinely friendly person. I do not ‘fake it’ when dealing with people. I have always believed you get what you give, so I approach each person I meet with the respect and congeniality I would want to be met with. • I enjoy new tests, tasks, and responsibilities. I am always willing to try new things and embrace new experiences. I am very flexible with my availability and can adopt and cope to changes very quickly. • Fast learner, a creative person, and a problem solver. I feel there is no challenge I can’t conquer with hard work and time. I welcome new challenges. Bring it on! References available upon request
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Erin Biler - Freelance Proofreading & Secretarial
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I have a Bachelors Degree in Education and am certified to teach Language Arts, Reading, and Math. I have been teaching at the middle school level for 5 years. Prior to that I worked in an office setting as a secretary and office administrator performing a wide range of tasks from billing and payroll to customer service and creating reports.
Swanton, Ohio, United States
Tyler Kuster - Freelance Mobile Programming & Graphic Design
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Tyler Kuster ?Objective ?Seeking a position as a Mobile Application Developer for a progressive, dynamic company. Education Fall 2006 – Fall 2011 Graduated December 17, 2011 Iowa State University Integrated Studio Arts, Digital Media · Vice President of MacDonald Hall · Vice President of Coov-Lace Hall Experience January 2012 - Current iOS Developer Net Industries, LLC · Created front and backend of application(s) · Wired up server side data using SQLite3 Early 2011 - Fall 2011 Webmaster JB Lathrop & Associates · Built templates for user’s input content · Wrote code for entire site Fall 2011 – Current iOS Developer/Sprite Artist Motion Ink Studios · Conceptualized multiple applications · Created uBus application · Designed themes for multiple iPhone games · Developed sprites for multiple games Fall 2008 - Spring 2010 Digital Artist Various Student Employees · Designed Sweeny Todd T-shirt for Theatre Department · Designed custom typography for Coov-Lace sweatpants · Designed logo for Aerospace student’s UAV · Recorded numerous Photoshop tutorials Software Xcode, Terminal, Microsoft Office, iWork, Cinema4D, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver, Poser Languages ?HTML, Objective-C, SQLite3, TI-87
Burlington, Iowa, United States
Tim Howley - Freelance Copywriting & Newsletter Writing
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Tim Howley 1780 Iris Way Escondido, CA 92027 Phone: 760-739-0332 e-mail: t.howley@cox.net Website: www.timhowleycopywriter.com Present Position: Editor/Publisher, Lincoln and Continental Comments, the national publication of the Lincoln and Continental Owners Club. I have held this position for over 10 years. It consists of writing, editing and Desktop Publishing of a 64 page bi-monthly magazine. This is not a full time position. It is a freelance position that pays approximately $3,000 an issue. Freelance copywriting clients during the past 10 years. Try-J Advertising, Carlsbad, California. Automotive Dealer. Sexton Communications, San Diego, California. New business presentations. Ted Millan Advertising, San Diego, California. Automotive Dealers, Restaurants, Financial/Banks. Mid-Range Computing, Carlsbad, California, Software package copywriting. Nystrom Advertising, San Diego, California, Automobile Dealer Association. Batista Automotive, Ontario, California, automobile restoration shop, writing newsletters, press releases, videos, ads and brochures. Freelance writer for Collectible Automobile, Chicago. Freelance writer for Hemmings Special Interest Autos, Bennington, Vermont. Loran Kelley Enterprises, Motor Homes, brochures and promotional material. 1982-1984: Full time copywriter, Ketchum Communications, San Francisco, California. Accounts, Bank of America, Ciba Geigy Ag Chemicals, Pacific Gas and Electric. 1977-1981: Full time copywriter for Phillips-Ramsey Advertising, San Diego, California. Accounts: San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, Pacific Gas and Electric, Diawa Fishing Tackle, various banks. 1968-1976: Full time copywriter for Clinton E. Frank Advertising, San Francisco, California. Accounts: Pacific Southwest Airlines, KGO-TV, Princess Cruises, Toyota Dealers Associations, Mother’s Cookies, Sunmaid Raisins and Sunsweet Prunes. Other information: I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Minnesota. Married, four grown children. I am highly skilled in Quark Xpress and Photoshop. Tim Howley 1780 Iris Way Escondido, CA 92027 Phone: 760-739-0332 e-mail: t.howley@cox.net Website: www.timhowleycopywriter.com Present Position: Editor/Publisher, Lincoln and Continental Comments, the national publication of the Lincoln and Continental Owners Club. I have held this position for over 10 years. It consists of writing, editing and Desktop Publishing of a 64 page bi-monthly magazine. This is not a full time position. It is a freelance position that pays approximately $3,000 an issue. Freelance copywriting clients during the past 10 years. Try-J Advertising, Carlsbad, California. Automotive Dealer. Sexton Communications, San Diego, California. New business presentations. Ted Millan Advertising, San Diego, California. Automotive Dealers, Restaurants, Financial/Banks. Mid-Range Computing, Carlsbad, California, Software package copywriting. Nystrom Advertising, San Diego, California, Automobile Dealer Association. Batista Automotive, Ontario, California, automobile restoration shop, writing newsletters, press releases, videos, ads and brochures. Freelance writer for Collectible Automobile, Chicago. Freelance writer for Hemmings Special Interest Autos, Bennington, Vermont. Loran Kelley Enterprises, Motor Homes, brochures and promotional material. 1982-1984: Full time copywriter, Ketchum Communications, San Francisco, California. Accounts, Bank of America, Ciba Geigy Ag Chemicals, Pacific Gas and Electric. 1977-1981: Full time copywriter for Phillips-Ramsey Advertising, San Diego, California. Accounts: San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, Pacific Gas and Electric, Diawa Fishing Tackle, various banks. 1968-1976: Full time copywriter for Clinton E. Frank Advertising, San Francisco, California. Accounts: Pacific Southwest Airlines, KGO-TV, Princess Cruises, Toyota Dealers Associations, Mother’s Cookies, Sunmaid Raisins and Sunsweet Prunes. Other information: I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Minnesota. Married, four grown children. I am highly skilled in Quark Xpress and Photoshop.
Escondido, California, United States
Stephanie Bishop - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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Strong editing and proofreading skills; quick turn around time. Co-editor-in-chief of three Acta Horticulturae proceedings (http://www.actahort.org/books/873/; http://www.actahort.org/books/767/; third book is in press) I have edited / proofed numerous manuscripts over the last 20 years Detail oriented Strong grammatical skills Extensive experience editing and rewriting manuscripts written by authors with English as a second language Technical (scientific) writing is my specialty but I have experience in editing fiction works, as well Education: BSC (AGR); MPM (Master of Pest Management)
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada