I received my undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and my JD from Boston University School of Law. I practiced as an attorney from 2001-2012, with a focus on patent litigation, patent prosecution, and intellectual property strategic counseling. Areas of expertise include the following: Patents ====== - patent drafting and prosecution - patent searching - patent analysis for purposes of freedom-to-operate, infringement, IP due diligence, patentability, and validity - claims charting - claims construction Research and Writing ================ - legal research - legal writing - technical writing - report writing - resumes and cover letters
I am a PhD student in maternal and fetal medicine; my current research is in early childhood neurodevelopment and psychosocial outcomes following fetal growth restriction, and the potential impact of maternal mental health during pregnancy on these outcomes. I have a bachelor's degree in psychology and visual arts and a master's degree in neuroscience. I have worked as a copyeditor and editor on student newspapers and literary magazines, and I currently work part-time as a tutor and editor. I have extensive experience amassing large amounts of research literature and synthesising information into cogent, eloquent, and interesting pieces for both lay and expert audiences, and am a flexible, reliable, and responsive worker.
Summary: I am a performance-driven professional with more than three years of TV broadcast experience at Korea’s only global network Arirang TV. At Arirang TV, I was a general assignment reporter and worked my way up the ranks to Arirang's one and only National Assembly correspondent and part-time anchor. Having worked in the fast-paced newsroom with tight deadlines for more than three years, I am able to manage several tasks simultaneously and work well under pressure. One of my key strengths is the ability to deliver excellent presentations in English and Korean. I earned a B.A. in International Development Studies from UCLA and graduated summa cum laude in just three years. I also earned a Master’s in Public Policy from Duke University. Extensive Work Experience in Broadcast Journalism: When working as a political correspondent reporting from the National Assembly, I reported daily on major political events in Korea, especially those having to do with Korea’s ruling and main opposition parties, and updated news stories throughout the day. Starting with the 2012 parliamentary and presidential elections, I covered practically all major political news. Producing news packages, interviewing lawmakers, doing live connects, and doing show appearances for Arirang’s news in-depth segment were some of my daily tasks. I was one of the reporters who did the most show appearances for the news in-depth segment and Arirang’s ‘In the Newsroom’ program that followed one reporter to various locations out in the field. ‘In the Newsroom (ITN)’ selected one reporter for each week to trail and present all the behind-the-scenes stories in the process of producing news packages and doing live connects. Reporters covering interesting stories and interviewing intriguing sources were selected for the weekly ITN coverage, and I was quoted as the reporter with the highest number of ITN episodes. My key achievements at Arirang TV include working as Arirang’s one and only National Assembly correspondent and interviewing high profile political figures from both the ruling and opposition parties, which normally requires a small team of staff and reporters from TV stations. I also anchored Arirang’s Newsline at Noon and Early Edition at Six part-time, a job that goes to one of the most experienced and well-trained. Professional Work Experience: International I have about 5 years of relevant work experience. My work experience at the international level includes a summer internship in 2009 at the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Malaysia. At UNHCR-Kuala Lumpur, I first worked for the Individual Case Unit (ICU). My job at the ICU included going through the UNHCR office’s files on refugees and picking out individual cases deemed extremely vulnerable. For my supervisor, I produced and updated background notes on the extremely vulnerable refugees and made phone calls to the refugees to regularly check up on them. At UNHCR-Kuala Lumpur, I also worked for the Registration Unit, responsible for registering all asylum-seekers and gathering their personal information necessary for issuing UNHCR cards. After asylum-seekers visit the Registration Unit and give their information, they are scheduled to come in for a status determination interview, which UNHCR legal officers conduct. I closely watched the process of interviewing asylum-seekers the first time they visit the UNHCR office and the second time for refugee status determination. It was crucial for me to learn the details of each process because the Kuala Lumpur office was getting ready to launch a large-scale mobile registration exercise that summer. The mobile registration launched that year was practically the first of its kind and scale, and the Kuala Lumpur office recruited new civilian staff solely for the purpose of helping out with the mobile registration exercise. As an intern at that time, I joined the team and received rigorous training on all aspects of refugee registration. When the mobile registration exercise started, the team set up temporary offices in various locations all around Kuala Lumpur and interviewed hundreds of asylum-seekers a day. On any given day during the mobile registration exercise, there was a long line of asylum-seekers, and all the staff and interns had to work from early morning to late evening to register them and conduct interviews. Thanks to the mobile registration, thousands of refugees who did not have easy access to the UNHCR- Kuala Lumpur Office were registered. My career goals: My immediate career goals include working as a freelance anchor for both English and Korean TV programs. In the long-term, I hope to work for an international organization and use my expertise in development and public policy. My long-term policy goals also include working for the Korean government as an expert on international affairs.
My goal is to find a flexible freelance position or a series of freelance projects that make use of my extensive writing experience. I have excellent writing and grammar skills and I already have experience in managing a part-time writing job on top of a full-time work schedule. For the past 8 years, I have worked part-time as the Pleadings Editor for the LexisNexis Mealey's Group Report on Labor and Employment Law, a Reed Elsevier publication, while working full-time as an attorney. Initially, beginning in August 2006, I served as the only Research and Writing Specialist, which is an appellate attorney position, for the Federal Defender in the U.S. District of Delaware. There, I composed all briefs, motions, sentencing memoranda, and other written materials for the District Court, the Third Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court that were produced by my office. I moved on in February 2007 to a position as an Assistant Public Defender at the Defender Association of Philadelphia, the most prestigious public defender service in the country. I spent 5 and a half years there, handling thousands of criminal cases on behalf of the indigent at all levels of the Philadelphia criminal justice system, and 2 of my years were spent in the Major Trial Unit where I worked on complex felonies. A good deal of my work involved juvenile justice and mental health. I wrote extensively as a part of that job, and served as a member of the in-house continuing legal education faculty. From the Defender Association, I moved on to a practice in labor and ERISA law at Jennings Sigmond, P.C., where I represented labor unions and their members in state and federal court, at grievance arbitration, and before various state and local agencies. I also engaged in extensive civil litigation on behalf of ERISA-regulated employee benefit funds to protect union members' health and retirement benefits. The majority of my time at the firm was spent writing lengthy briefs, motions, and pleadings of all kinds. I graduated cum laude from Franklin & Marshall College in 2001 with a B.A. in Government and a minor in Russian Language, and earned my J.D. at Temple University in 2006. I served as a teaching assistant to the director of Temple's legal research and writing department, one of the best in the country, for two years during law school, and won the prize for best paper in constitutional law at graduation. This fall, I will be pursuing a Master's in Social Work at Bryn Mawr College.
To enable clients the opportunities to land the jobs of their choice through strong resumes, compelling cover letters, networking strategies, awareness of job search resources, strategic interviewing techniques, and win-win negotiating tactics. I have successfully landed three great jobs myself using these skills, and I have been successfully assisting others through my association with a career-transition services (outplacement) company. I am at ease with all levels of professionals and all industries. I can be engaged on either an hourly basis or at a mutually agreeable fixed rate. Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/JimKelly13
Over 6 years expirience in Adobe Photoshop and Google Sketchup. I offer you quickly and efficiently resolved tasks. I am available online at least 8 hours every day. Available on Skype. - Logo Designing - Banners Designing - Icons Designing - Brochures Designing - Photo-editing - T-shirt Designing - Sketching
Currently I am a senior software engineer for a leading software company in the medical field. I am always looking for new opportunities to get involved in additional projects. I am a skilled writer, editor, and planner. I love to evaluate and improve processes, and create the documentation to back it up. My main focus in my freelance career is simply getting involved in new and exciting ventures.
I am an American finishing my bachelor's degree in June 2012 in international business and economics. I study abroad in Sweden and have lived here for the past 3.5 years. My career goals include areas such as marketing, public relations, business communication and project management from a global perspective. Currently I am looking for a way to transition myself from university student into the marketing and communications industry while abroad. I have working experience in public relations, journalism and marketing. A more detailed resume/CV is available upon request!
To share my knowledge, skill and experience to a company that will utilize them. A degree holder in Marketing and Advertising, versatile, I am driven and innovative; can lead, manage and motivate as leader ;can learn any task easily; can work both independently and a team player; can produce quality output by both being effective and efficient in performing tasks. Solid background in the field of marketing with particular emphasis on: Marketing Campaign Planning and Event Management. Performed basic marketing collateral works, online research works, and data gathering for my previous employment; an experienced call center specialist and call center team lead handling a minimum of 15 to a maximum of 45 agents.
I am search of a outstanding and progressive companies where I can fully utilize my 20+ years of office management skills and demonstrate my proficiency and efficiency in completing projects or assignments in a timely and accurate manner. My experience includes both onsite and telecommuting. I am both self-motivated and self-directed enabling me to work in various environments and to meet deadlines in a timely manner. My degree in Organizational Management has further improved my time management and organizational skills.