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Madelaine Walls - Freelance Writing & Article Writing
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I am a recent English Literature graduate with a passion for writing. I bring creativity and professionalism to every project I am involved in. I can work fast, and I work well under direction. Check out my portfolio! I'll be adding more soon! Vera Madelaine Walls 1121 Bayfield Dr. Denton, TX 76209 (940) 597-2194 - vmw0016@gmail.com Writing Experience: -Advertising: Worked...
Denton, Texas, United States
Kelly Stapleton - Freelance Article Writing & Writing
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Denton, Texas, United States
Marinda Griffin - Freelance Creative Writing & Writing
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Denton, Texas, United States

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Adeva Glover - Freelance Event Planning & Sales
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I am a Party planner with a professional portfolio, I have a one person party planning buisness and I specialize in childrens parties because that is what I do best For I live in Fayetteville North Carolina so I do parties most in Fayetteville but if you live any where in NC i may be willing to travel there to you. I also can give you good caters and I do many many services, with your party and I can make you and your childs wildest dreams come true.
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Dez Nichelle - Freelance Song Writing & Jingle Production
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I am a singer/songwriting. I specialize in R&B/Pop Music but my writing style is very versatile which allows me to write in any genre. I have been on tour opening for several artists as well as in the studio writing with major production team and labels. Lets work! www.deznichelle.com
Edison, New Jersey, United States
Augustin Philipe - Freelance Animation & Journalistic Photography
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NamesTunisia, al-Jumhuriyyah at-Tunisiyyah, is a sovereign republic. Yet the country's proper name has changed radically more than once over the course of millenia. Hence, such a term as "ancient Tunisia" is frankly anachronistic. Nonetheless, "Tunisia" will be used throughout this history for the sake of continuity. Undoubtedly, the most ancient Berbers had various names for their land and settlements here, one early Punic-era Berber name being Massyli.[1][2] After the Phoenicians arrived, their city of Carthage evolved to assume a dominant position over much of the western Mediterranean; this city-state gave its name to the region.[3] Following the Punic Wars, the Romans established here their Province of Africa, taking the then not-widely-known name of Africa from a Berber word for 'the people'.[4][5] The Roman capital was the rebuilt city of Carthage. After the Arab and Muslim conquest, this name continued in use, as the region was called in Arabic Ifriqiya. Its capital was relocated to the newly-built city of Kairouan. The Fatimids later moved the capital of Ifriqiya to Mahdia, a city they founded, but then the Zirids returned it to Kairouan.[6] In the twelfth century the Berber Almohads [al-Muwwahids] conquered the country and began to rule it from Tunis, an ancient but until-then unimportant city, which thus rose to become the capital.[7][8] The whole country then came to be called Tunis after this city (near the ruins of ancient Carthage). Tunis continued as the capital under Turkish rule, and remains so today. Only in the last years of the nineteenth century, under the French protectorate, did the current name Tunisie [in French] or Tunisiyya [in Arabic], (Tunisia in English), come into common use.[9] During these millennia of history under different states, the names for the country changed. They include: Massyli, Carthage, Africa, Ifriqiya, Tunis, Tunisia. [edit] History OutlineIts long history may be very briefly outlined or summarized.[10] Here a reverse chronological order is employed. |8| The two presidential regimes of independent Tunisia have fostered and steered the country's economic development, and navigated the state in the once bipolar now post–Cold War world. Tunisia has retained close ties both to Arab countries and to the West. |7| Earlier the French had incorporated Tunisia into their sphere (1881–1956), preceded by many Italian settlers, merchants and farmers. Modernizing of methods in business and industry was achieved. |6| Before that, Tunisia was under the Ottoman Turks who had seized lasting control in 1574 after a brief Spanish occupation. The Ottomans eventually held Tunisia indirectly, through the Muradid and Husaynid Beys. The Ottoman Empire used the Turkish language; with it arrived a multi-ethnic influx. |5| Prior to the Turkish era, the long medieval period had seen a cultural renaissance under the rule of native Berbers, already Arabized. First the Zirids (973-1160) had ruled as vassals of the Fatimids who had relocated along the Nile; later the Zirids established an independent Ifriqiya, by breaking with the Fatimids. Next the Almohad movement succeeded in uniting the entire Maghrib, including Ifriqiya. Then the local Hafsid dynasty (1227-1574) of Tunis followed, ruling for many centuries during times both prosperous and lean, contested and peaceful. Their lands stretched form Constantine to Tarabulus. |4| The Islamic era had opened with the arrival of the Arabs (late seventh century). The Arabs brought their language and the religion of Islam, and its new calendar.[11] The Arabs also renewed the region's cultural ties with the Semitic east. Later the Fatimids, a Shi'a state, arose in Ifriqiya, circa 909; the Fatimds eventually conquered and ruled Egypt. |3| During the last pre-Islamic centuries the Byzantines ruled, along with Berbrer vassals, and before them the Vandals (439-533). Over two thousand years ago the Romans had arrived, initially allied with Berber kingdoms; their cosmopolitan Empire long governed this Africa region as part of an integrated Mediterranean world. |2| Before the Romans, came the Phoenicians, by sea from the eastern Mediterranean about three thousand years ago. The Phoenicians founded here the celebrated city of Carthage. Punic culture interacted continuously with the native Berbers, but the two did not then merge. |1| Earlier came migrations from surrounding territories including the north, the east, and the Sahel region of Africa. Perhaps eight millennia ago, already there were peoples established here, among whom the proto-Berbers (coming overland generally from the east) mingled and mixed, and from whom the Berbers would spring, during an era of their ethno-genesis.[12][13] [edit] Climate change
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Emily Johnson - Freelance Grant Writing & Copywriting
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A graduated of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at UNC-Chapel Hill, I have an extensive background in corporate marketing, advertising, non-profit grant writing and public relations. I am also a licensed real estate broker in North Carolina. After spending many years in the communications industry, I decided to consolidate my experience and go into business for myself as a RE/MAX real estate agent. I am very excited to be in business for myself, as I am able to bring a unique mix of skills to the table to service the needs of my buyers and sellers. I'm not going to lie, the real estate business is a bit slow these days and I'm interested in doing some freelance writing on the side. Here is my resume: BROKER/REALTOR - RE/MAX PREFERRED ASSOCIATES As a Broker/REALTOR(R) for RE/MAX Preferred Associates, I serve client's throughout the state of North Carolina in the rental, purchase and selling of real estate MANAGER OF CORPORATE, FOUNDATION & GOV'T SUPPORT - CAROLINA BALLET Identify potential corporate sponsors and working to tailor unique and targeted sponsorship opportunities Responsible for ensuring contractual obligations and fulfillment of sponsorship packages Write all foundation, government and corporate grants pertaining to a variety of programs and ensure all grant requirements are met by due date Cultivate approximately 250 individuals for donations helping to increase contributed income on an annual basis Manage in-kind donor relationships and work with Company Manager to ensure that all required services are covered Responsible for writing copy for a variety of publications including monthly donor updates, newsletters and solicitation materials ASSOCIATE ACCOUNT MANAGER/COORDINATOR - BURDETTE KETCHUM AGENCY Worked with two Account Directors in the servicing of approximately 30 agency clients Participated in the collaborative process between account services and the creative department Worked to concept advertisements, marketing initiatives, re-branding projects, etc Assisted the Media Director in the planning of media placement for clients Responsible for ensuring all drop dates, publication dates and print dates were met Worked in close collaboration with Print Production Manager to ensure all printing with outside vendors was done to project and client specifications Had direct oversight of approximately 5 mid-level accounts Directly managed Traffic Manager and trafficking of all agency work between account services and creative department Served as copywriter on a variety of accounts Wrote creative briefs when necessary Oversaw monthly billing for all completed client work COORDINATOR, PGA TOUR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Assisted in development of revenue generating sponsor relationships Worked to build PGA TOUR brand through the development of corporate sponsor relationships Assisted in selling title sponsorships of new and existing events Identified new corporate sponsorship prospects/lead generation Researched prospects to identify business model, target audience, etc. Developed customized ideas/concepts to present to prospective sponsors Created impactful presentations of concepts for prospective sponsors Assisted with negotiation and drafting of agreements to secure prospective sponsors Supported sales efforts involving corporate relationships for World Golf Hall of Fame and The First Tee Worked to identify and evaluate new programs that could be developed into future sponsorship opportunities Assisted Tournament Business Affairs and Account Management team in renewing current title sponsors/corporate marketing partners MARKETING ASSISTANT, PGA TOUR MARKETING DEPARTMENT Collaborated with two marketing teams responsible for managing approximately 20 PGA TOUR Official Marketing Relationships With departure of Account Director and Manager became primary contact for 10 PGA TOUR Official Marketing Partners Collaborated in creation, implementation and management of marquee marketing programs for PGA TOUR Official Marketing Partners Assisted in purchase and management of media plans for PGA TOUR Official Marketing Partners Interacted with cable/network outlets, PGA TOUR print partners and PGA TOUR Productions Assisted PGA TOUR Official Market Partners with planning and execution of special corporate events at Tournament Players Club courses and PGA TOUR facilities Managed three-party contract system for all client tournament purchases Worked with Host Organizations to negotiate best package to meet client needs Worked with Legal Department to write and execute legal contracts for each purchase Managed all invoices and oversaw timely payment process for all purchases Developed client presentations and proposal using PowerPoint Managed ticket program for all three tours acting as liaison between the TOUR, the tournaments and PGA TOUR Official Marketing Partners Collaborated with multiple PGA TOUR departments in the management of each account PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER, BALLET BARRE - THE FLORIDA BALLET Responsible for all Public Relations efforts in relation to Ballet Barre’s operation and events Maintain all media contacts Draft and send all press releases to local and national contacts Create media buzz surrounding Ballet Barre events Collaborate in the creation of all corporate sponsor marketing packets Work to find new corporate sponsors and financial donors for Ballet Barre and The Florida Ballet Participate in the planning and execution of Ballet Barre events Find businesses willing to donate in-kind trade/services Negotiate with company to find a mutually beneficial sponsorship package in order to create maximum exposure for client Work with Ballet Barre Chair to increase organization membership by marketing Ballet Barre throughout local community Provide various Public Relations duties pro-bono for The Florida Ballet Company ADVANCED BALLET AND POINTE INSTRUCTOR - BRAVO SCHOOL OF DANCE Responsible for instructing 20+ students in the art and technique of advanced ballet and Pointe Charged with choreographing dances for the end-of-year recital Work to educate students in the history of and repertoire of famous ballet companies throughout the world SKILLS: Proficient in MS Office Suite, Microsoft Access, CMS based programs, Macromedia, Illustrator, Photoshop, AdViews, AdDataExpress, MEMRI, C&P OTHER: Advanced Ballet Instructor – Bravo School of Dance and Theatre (2008-Present) UNC-CH Golf Team (2001-2002). Ballet (14 years). Extensive international travel. Member: Florida Public Relations Society, National Association of Professional Women, Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, Ballet Barre.
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Jawsh - Freelance Graphic Design & T-Shirt Design
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My name is Josh and I have over 12 yrs experience in the graphic design and screen printing industry. Thru the use of a four color manual press I also design and print a lot of silk screened garments and custom art for clients. I try to only work with 3 to 4 clients at a time so that I am able to focus on each individuals needs. My goal is not to get rich and retire but to continue doing what I love while supporting my family.
Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States
James Harvey - Freelance Brochure Design & Videography
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JAMES M. HARVEY, JR. 8175 Eton Court, Jonesboro, GA 30238-3010 678-519-4631 678-347-6111 jmharv_2000@yahoo.com www.linkedin.com/in/jamesmharveyjr PROFILE Skilled communications professional with expertise in areas such as: • Strategic Communications Plans • Development and Production of Publications • Presentations and Oral Communications • Internal Communications • Media Relations • Writing Articles • Public Relations Training • Special Events Coordination • Supervision and Leadership EDUCATION: Troy University, Troy, Alabama Bachelor of Science, Broadcast Journalism PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Harvey Consulting, Jonesboro, Georgia Communications Consultant. May 2009 - Present. Provides consulting and technical services in public relations, branding, web content creation, photography/imaging and collateral development. • Currently creating a communications and branding/identity plan for Eo1 Solutions Corporation, Acworth, Georgia to include developing public relations, media relations, and multimedia/emerging media components for clients. Also developing Internet content for the launch of the corporation’s Website. Central Georgia Technical College, Macon, Georgia Director, Public Relations and Information. September 2007 – April 2009. Managed the central communications functions of the college, which include marketing communications, media relations, crisis communications, editorial support, print design services, advertising, web design and content management, and electronic outreach. Supervised personnel and managed $250,000 budget for marketing and communications. Served as principal spokesperson for the college. • Coordinated the college’s efforts to enhance its reputation as a comprehensive institution locally, regionally and nationally. • Raised public awareness about the college an average of 10% annually through the development and implementation of the first strategic communications plan. • Increased participation in college programs and activities by 40% through the development and implementation of a program outreach plan. • Increased media coverage by 35% through the institution of a media relations program, which included serving as media contact; pitching stories to local and national media, including online services; writing press releases; providing print and broadcast interviews; and developing media materials such as fact sheets and press kits. • Managed and supervised marketing agencies to implement and maximize collateral communications components to increase positioning by 15%. • Ensured the quality and consistency of the college’s message across all constituencies. • Managed the online presence of media relations, using the full range of new media tools. Posted and updated news at the college’s home page. • Coordinated internal communications channels among academic and administrative units across the college. • Facilitated access to the college’s intellectual resources. Tuskegee University, School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee, Alabama Senior Media/Communications Specialist and Director, Media Center. February 2006 – August 2007. Supervised daily operations of the Media Center and related biomedical communications functions, including multimedia, graphic design services, educational and classroom support, photography, video production and digital imaging. Advised faculty on educational technologies pertinent to meet the teaching, research and outreach needs of the College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health. Coordinated communications and external marketing efforts to positively promote TUSVM and the Media Center. • Provided leadership for Media Center staff, including work allocation, staff work and development plans, work order system, accountability system, customer service, training, and problem resolution. • Served as lead communications coordinator in the area of biomedical communications and related technologies. • Advocated for the unit and its personnel; ensured that each staff member served as a positive public relations ambassador when dealing with others. • Provided support services for TUSVM publications (including recruitment materials and other publications). Researched, designed, and produced written, graphic, video and multimedia-based communications for training, public information and internal/external communication. Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools, Savannah, Georgia Director, Office of Communications and Community Engagement. October 2003 – October 2005. Managed the communications and outreach efforts of an urban school district of 34,500 students. Served as spokesperson for the school district. Worked closely with executive management, program specialists and other staff to develop effective, positive positioning among the school district’s many target internal and external constituencies. Lead team members in developing communications collateral and other tools. Supervised three full-time staff members. • Advised the Superintendent and senior team on probable public relations impact relating to shifts in existing programs and policies. • Supervised the production and placement of all news releases, media advisories and feature stories; managed and coordinated with local, regional and national media resources. Editorial supervisor for all major District publications; ensured high quality of all documents. • Content manager and editor for the school district’s Internet site. Held final approval for all content to be posted on Internet site. Shelby County Commission, Department of Development Services, Pelham, Alabama Communications and Outreach Specialist. May 2001 – October 2003. Managed the integrated communications and outreach efforts for a county serving 143,000 residents and 17 incorporated municipalities. Served as spokesperson for the county. Developed internal and external communications platforms. Alabama Industrial Development Training Institute, Montgomery, Alabama Media Coordinator. September 1999 - May 2001. Served as assistant officer and manager for public information and media relations; member of strategic planning team for marketing and public relations. Articulated mission, goals and priorities for workforce development training programs with a variety of audiences. Researched, developed, designed, and produced written, graphic, video and multimedia-based communications for training, public information and internal/external communication. Coordinated layout and design of brochures, newsletters, videotapes, and PowerPoint presentations. Alabama Cooperative Extension System, Auburn University, Alabama Editor/Communications Specialist. July 1988 - August 1999. Designed, developed, produced and coordinated written, graphic, and audiovisual communications for internal and external communications in support of public information and outreach for Extension programs at Auburn and Alabama A&M Universities. TECHNICAL ORIENTATION: Macintosh and PC-based Operating Systems Microsoft Office Professional Adobe Creative Suite CS4 and CS5 Adobe Acrobat Professional Adobe Fireworks Adobe Flash QuarkXPress 6.0 Macromedia Dreamweaver Google Analytics Social Networking technologies including Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn Microsoft Sharepoint Content Management System Nikon D-1, D100 Digital Cameras and 35mm and medium format cameras Associated Press style in reporting, broadcast news and news writing Chicago Manual of Style RECOGNITION AND HONORS: 2003-2009 Who’s Who in America Georgia Certified Work Ready, Gold Level JAMES M. HARVEY, JR. REFERENCES Dr. David Hefner Senior Director, Communications and Marketing College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Mercer University 3001 Mercer University Drive Atlanta, GA 30341-4415 (678) 547-6244 hefner_dn@mercer.edu Dr. Ronald D. Natale, II Vice President, Academic Affairs Glendale Community College of Arizona 6000 West Olive Avenue Glendale, AZ 85302 (623) 845-3155 r.natale@gcmail.maricopa.edu Mr. Frank Dean Martin, III Marketing Specialist Cumulus Broadcasting of Middle Georgia 544 Mulberry Street, 5th Floor Macon, GA 31201 (478) 330-6172 frankdeanmartiniii@hotmail.com Mr. Tony Turner Director, Career Services Central Georgia Technical College 3300 Macon Tech Drive Macon, GA 31206 (478) 757-3432 tturner@centralgatech.edu Mr. Mario C. Lightfoote Communications Specialist, Educational Video and Multimedia Alabama Cooperative Extension System 17 Duncan Hall Annex Auburn University, AL 36849-5634 (334) 844-1599 lightmc@auburn.edu Mr. W.L. Strain Extension Assistant Director Emeritus, Communications and Associate Professor Emeritus, Journalism Auburn University P.O. Box 1334 Tuskegee Institute, AL 36087-1334 (334) 727-3505
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Cameron McVey - Freelance Book Writing & Blog Writing
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I have a Masters in Communication. I have written reports for government funding, academic departments and parental notification. I have written newspaper articles, blog posts and press releases. In the past two years I have written three 180,000-word novels and six short stories. I am always writing. I can write fast and clear. I can write short form or long form, fiction or non-fiction, commercial or personal. I can tailor a piece for any audience, situation or context. I take feedback easily and like to make adjustments as I develop a piece.
Steamboat Springs, Colorado, United States