Over the last three years I have worked as a freelance writer on a website related to travel and tourism. I have developed my own website using WordPress, SEO, social media management, marketing online/offline strategies and personal branding. Right now, I´m looking for projects on web research, writing (posts, articles, reports) online and offline, email handling, virtual assistant. I´m a very analytic person, organized and responsive. I also have experience on customer sales service, after sales support, telemarketing and all kind of sales related jobs for more than 5 years.
I am working as a VIP guest attendant in Starwood hoteles and resorts, St.Regis Mardavall resort.In addition to the guest relación department, I algo manage reservations and the events departments. I am fluent in four languages (Bulgarian, Russian, English and Spanish) and médium in German. I have excellent organizational skills and I take my job very serious.
Transforming words and visions into reality is my motto. Writing invites ideas, histories, connections, creations, dreams, and aspirations to come to life. In a variety of ways, personal and professional stories move forward into our world: memoirs, biographies, fiction, nonfiction, family stories, articles, blogs, even grant writing. I bring 21 years of professional expertise to this sacred process of writing as a published author, independent scholar, and executive manager in the nonprofit arena. I provide editing, research, freelance and ghost writing, public speaking (e.g., workshops, sermons, and lectures), grant writing, grant reviewing, project management, and nonprofit consulting. My passion, skill, and experience in these many aspects of writing place me in a unique position to assist individual and organizational clients. My specialty areas include writing from a historical perspective, research, copy editing, grant writing, and project management. In September 2007, I founded Writing the World, LLC. This woman-owned small business is a registered Limited Liability Corporation in Colorado, U.S.A. I revamped my organizational website (www.writingtheworld.com) and started a blog on Hope from History in November 2013. Beginning with one editing client, I have worked with an additional twelve individuals and groups. I have been researcher and editor for author Rudolf C. Gelsey for almost seven years, beginning with his second book and now his third one, Mending Our Broken World: a Path to Perpetual Peace (4th edition, 2014). I also consult with his new nonprofit group, Perpetual Peace Initiative. I edit individual, one-time projects such as an independent scholar’s journal article (2014), doctoral student’s dissertation (2012), author’s first political intrigue novel (2009-10), among others. I provide copy editing plus substantive review. My primary passion has been writing since I first learned the alphabet. Throughout my schooling and career, I have called upon this skill. For example, in the early part of my professional life as a social worker, I wrote newsletter articles for the organization. I continued this journalistic strand in almost every other organization. Graduate work further strengthened my writing (M.S. in Guidance and Counseling from the University of Nebraska at Omaha; Ph.D. in Religion and Social Change from University of Denver/Iliff School of Theology Joint Ph.D. Program) along with honing my critical thinking and research capabilities. With this foundation, I became a published author in 2003. I publish book reviews in a variety of periodicals: The International Journal on World Peace, Nebraska History, Peace & Change, and The History Teacher. I produced numerous encyclopedia articles for BlackPast.Org along with others in forthcoming works, University of Kentucky African American Encyclopedia and Encyclopedia of American Historic Sites and Landmarks. Two chapters in anthologies discuss the lives and labor of former betabeleros (Mexican-origin beet field workers) in the sugar industry of Western Nebraska. My first full length book brings to life the spiritual journey of L. Maria Child (1802-1880), one of the most well-known activists and authors of 19th-century America (forthcoming from Swedenborg Foundation). Starting in the nonprofit world in 1993, I put my writing and communication skills to work as a successful grant writer and project manager. At New Foundations Nonviolence Center (1993-2005), I rose from Development Director to Executive Director. I remained in the latter capacity at Colorado Women’s Agenda (2005-6) where I developed three new programs: Inclusiveness Initiative, Grassroots Organizing, and Internship Program. I provided grant writing and editorial skills to Greater Denver Interfaith Alliance (2007-10). With Votaw Colony Museum, Inc., I co-coordinated our two-day public history events held in different locations in eastern Kansas (2006-11). I especially enjoyed my project management work at BlackPast.Org (2008-13) where I coordinated photo permissions for the group’s online reference center and developed a new section on African American and African Diaspora Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) history. Currently, I help New Community move forward in their organizational growth from an all-volunteer organization to one with paid staff and adequate funding. I created their website as one part of this growth (www.thenewcommunity.us).
Hi there! My name is Michele Lim, I have had over three year's experience in Marketing working in the second biggest telecommunications company in Australia. I specialise in copywriting and digital marketing but right now I'm studying abroad to fulfill my goal of learning another language! I have lots of free time so you can be sure that your tasks will be completed promptly and with great care. I love writing, at the moment I am writing a travel blog (www.micheleintaiwan.wordpress.com) and regularly contribute to Levo League an American Gen Y lifestyle and career website (http://www.levo.com/articles/author/michele-lim) In my University days I was a waitress and a tutor, I really value great customer service and am happy to help make someone's day!
I am a self-motivated and task-oriented administrative support person whose skills include attention to detail, a strong work ethic, an ability to remain focused, efficient follow-through, and strong responsibility. My administrative strengths are complimented by my quick learning, integrity, and achiever nature. My two bachelors degrees (B.S. Math, B.A. Spanish) and three masters degrees (M.Ed. College Student Affairs, M.Ed. General Education, M.Ed. Special Education) have helped me not only to perfect my administrative skills but also to develop excellent writing skills. Through my professional roles, I have become an expert at managing data; creating documents and systems to streamline and help communicate and organize information; and prioritize, manage, and successfully complete multiple tasks and deadlines at one time.
I apply a solutions based approach to solving complex puzzles, and achieving successful systems improvement. I have a natural talent for "out of the box" creative strategies that solve complex puzzles. I love looking at systems and finding ways to improve them, and I also love using my conflict management skills, analytical abilities, critical thinking capabilities, and interpersonal skills to cultivate cross-cultural relationships. Today, this combination is more important than ever. The world is becoming smaller and smaller and people need to be able to reach across cultural divides to solve complex issues that affect the world we live in. Nowhere is this more true than in the healthcare arena. I am currently using my extensive experience as "problem solver extraordinaire" with the Laboratory Informatics Institute where I evaluate and develop training programs for apps in the SciCloud. I work hard to define requirements, plan implementations, and provide superior on going support/training so that you don't have to. I specialize in EHR, LIMS, LIS, HIS, and HL7 apps to name a few. I also specialize in things like regulatory compliance and auditing. I am a one stop solution shop for all your HIT problems. I have spent many years learning, practicing, and finally honing this unique skills set and now I am ready to solve your puzzle. You have a puzzle and I have a solution!
Overwhelmed and need some help? Finding the right freelance candidate to come on board to help with tasks can be daunting. You need someone who can count on and trust. You'll need this rock star to get up to speed quickly, take ownership of their tasks, and most importantly --- deliver results. You've found that key person - me. Over the past several years I have been building a dynamic skill-set and gaining experience in all aspects of business and marketing strategies. I have a large variety of experience across many industry verticals in small-medium companies and startups. My broad-based background encompasses an exceptional work ethic within a rapidly changing marketplace. I have experience with Marketo, Infusionsoft, Unbounce, Lead Pages, Optimize Press, WordPress, Photoshop, ACT-ON, Constant Contact, Mail Chimp and several other platforms. I truly love challenges and learning new ways to innovate. I'm constantly staying up to date on new technologies, market trends, and best practices. I'd love to speak to you about opportunities where I can bring my wealth of experience to help your organization while also continuing to grow my skill-set.
I am a German national, living in Sofia/Bulgaria. I worked for Hewlett-Packard Netherlands from Jan.1997 to Aug. 2013. From 2006 I worked in the position of Project Manager in Knowledge Management & Strategy, in a global team. I mostly worked remotely, from my home-office, but have also travelled to many HP Locations around the globe to deliver on-site KM-tool trainings to Service engineers. I took the decision to leave HP Netherlands because I decided to move to Bulgaria permanently, after 4 years of temporary relocation to HP Bulgaria. I am PMP and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certified. I am also certified Translator for English, French and German. I would be interested in a remote Project Management position in the field of Translation/Localization, which would allow me to work from my home-office in Sofia/Bulgaria most of the time (I am not opposed to travelling, should that be required).
• Over 10 years of business support experience in Singapore, including human resources administration, marketing, business operations and clerical work • Global, regional and local exposure in American and European multinational companies, and local Singapore firms • Efficient administrator, responsive and responsible – colleagues often describe this highly organized person as a dependable and collaborative team player who can be counted on to deliver Service Description: I am new to oDesk and would like to build up a freelancer portfolio, so that I need not be tied to an inflexible permanent work arrangement. Having worked more than 10 years in business support roles in American and European MNCs as well as local SMEs in Singapore, here are some of the services I offer: • data entry • online research • word processing • presentation/spreadsheet formatting • database maintenance and/or cleanup (Excel, HRIS, ATS, CRM, etc) • calendar management • travel planning (especially to Singapore and Taiwan!) • set up webex and/or audio conferences If you are keen in hiring me for administrative services not listed above, please do not hesitate to drop me a note for discussion Languages: • English (Native speaker and writer. Good command of US and UK English) • Mandarin (Fluent speaker) • Cantonese (Basic) Computer Skills: • Microsoft tools: Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, SharePoint, OneNote • HR systems: ETweb, SAP HR (OM/PA), SuccessFactors, Plateau, Taleo • Miscellaneous: Lotus Notes, Gmail, Google calendar, Concur, SAP purchase orders, SAP timesheets, WebEx online conference, WorldView video conference, international audio conference, DropBox, Pixlr, Paint, Snipping Tool, Snag-It