Hello! I am a licensed lawyer in Quezon City,Philippines. I graduated from Ateneo De Manila School of Law. I am a certified public accountant with 2 years of corporate law experience at Hiawatha-Arevalo law firms . My practice mostly comes from real estate, contracts, and small businesses. I cater for small scale entrepreneurs, real estate investors, and small business owners. The following are my fields of practice 1. REAL ESTATE LAW 2. CONTRACT LAW 3. SMALL BUSINESS LAW Please contact me if you'd like to discuss more and check if were a good match working together. A wonderful day! /ERR
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Over the last years I focused on my Phd research on street art in Naples and London, and how the artistic interventions interact with the urban space. I have a good knowledge of the contemporary visual arts theory and practice – especially of the international urban phenomena of graffiti writing and street art. I published some articles on the subject and attended a conference on urban creativity. I have experience both in academic and non academic writing and some experience as an editor (proofreading and editing of upcoming publications, evaluation of unpublished works and press office). I worked as a translator for many years, mainly English-Italian-English. I currently work as a gallery assistant, which gained me experience in the day-to-day running of an art gallery: installation and de-installation of exhibitions, handling and hanging art works, general administration and shipping tasks, update the online shop and artsy.
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).
Currently studying for an MA in English at the University of Hull (after receiving a 2:1 Bachelor of Arts Degree in Drama and English there in 2014), I am looking for work in the following fields: - Copywriting - Editing articles - Proofreading documents or ebooks - Writing short articles Whilst I am incredibly able at juggling numerous different tasks at any time, I am still a very sociable character, with a very infectious laugh, and a great sense of humour... Well, if laughing at your own jokes in an otherwise silent room constitutes as a ‘great sense of humour’, then yes, I have a ‘great sense of humour’. I am dedicated and easy to work with, and I feel that trust and communication are the two most important factors when working with clients - that's great news for the both of us. I have experience in: Past editing and proof-reading: - 2 years' worth of experience in editing articles for a small newspaper in the North of England. This includes proof-reading, editing for grammar, spelling and punctuation, and cutting articles down to suit smaller word-counts. - 4 years' worth of experience in editing and proof-reading other academic essays, including highlighting suggestions for changes to grammar, spelling and punctuation, as well as reorganising content to improve the flow and overall structure of the writing. Writing and copywriting: - 4 years' worth of experience in writing academic essays, which has developed my research skills, as well as my ability to write coherently, concisely and to deadlines and word-counts (ranging from 1,500 words to 30,000 words). - 2 years' worth of experience in writing copy for advertisement posters, mainly advertising radio shows, theatre productions and TV shows. - 3 years' worth of experience in writing articles for a small newspaper in the North of England, on a variety of different topics, from Arts to Politics (ranging from 200 words to 600 words). - 2 years' worth of experience in writing snappy article headlines to both inform and encourage readers to read articles. - 1 years' worth of experience in managing the newspaper's social media account, and writing persuasive copy on social media posts to achieve more views on online articles. Graphic design: - 1 year's worth of experience in laying out a 24 page magazine using Adobe InDesign. - Producing large-scale advertising material, including an interview backdrop (2m by 1.5m) and printed banner (2.4m by 0.6m). - Creating publicity material for one of Hull University's main-house theatre Productions, including poster designs, flyer designs and programme design. - Creating logos for Hull University Union's Raising and Giving committee. And I am also competent with: - Adobe Photoshop - Adobe InDesign - Microsoft Word Thank you for your time. Feel free to check out my portfolio online at sarahbarradell.wordpress.com.
I am a native English speaker. I established my editing business in 2001 and remain the sole proprietor. I edit investor-ready business plans for start-ups, case studies, dissertations, journal articles,letters of application for graduate school, novels, personal statements, theses, web content and white papers. I craft the most effective language to the client's target audience paying attention to SEO. I work with clients and their social media company to ensure wordsmithing reflects the target industry and market(s). My clients continue to express what they value most are the questions I pose where areas require clarification, I craft business proposals for start-ups and significant lines of credit including those international in scope with AIDA theory (Attention-Interest-Decision-Action).I pledge an open line of communication and adherence to deadlines with high attention to detail and knowledge of the big picture.
For the past six years, I have worked as a graphic editor, layout editor, and article editor for companies and magazines alike. Currently I am also employed as an ad director and editor. My main strengths are Graphic and Layout Design for print and the web, English editing, and Video and Photo post-production. I moved from the US to Europe about a year and a half ago and I've studied both in the University of Washington and in Amsterdam University College. I speak English, Spanish, and Bulgarian. Cheers!
Experienced editor specializing in footnotes, end notes, and bibliographies. Will create, format, edit, and/or proofread the reference sections of your project with precision and the highest attention to detail. I format according to the Chicago Manual of Style 16th Edition and also can format for Turabian style, house style, or personal specifications so long as Chicago is the foundation. I currently work as a proofreader for Moody Publishers and freelance edit for HarperCollins Christian Publishers, Baker Academic and Brazos Press. My private clients include seminary students writing papers and theses as well as authors with books contracted to traditional houses.
BA in English from the University of Utah. Excellent grammar, punctuation, editing, and writing skills. Wrote as a "dog advisor" for Bedogsavvy.com for 4 1/2 years. Editor for actress Adilah Barnes' autobiography "On my Own Terms: One Actor's Journey." Experience recording and writing life histories. Subjects of knowledge and interest include animal welfare, mental illness, environmentalism, recycling, feminism, dating, religion, and social issues.
Sharp and industrious go-getter seeks opportunities to exploit expertise in the English language for fresh challenges and professional gain! Knowledgeable in areas ranging from physics to politics! Observant, insightful, highly skilled, and daring! Can leap dangling participles in a single bound! Self-starter! Positive pragmatist! Inquire within!