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Most cops started out wanting to be cops, and if they went to college, studied criminal justice or something related to it. I have a master's degree in criminal justice and taught it in colleges for seven years, but my bachelor's degree is in molecular biology. That science education has allowed me to write about technology from the perspective or a practitioner who understands (or can be made to understand) the theory behind what makes the technology work. Most public relations people have their marketing folks talk to police writers about new products. I always ask to speak to "the geek," the engineer or product manager who built the product. I learn a lot more from them, and am able to give my readers a better understanding of the benefits and limits of the technology they are considering for purchase. Many law enforcement vendors are looking to make the sale to the big agency--the LAPD, NYPD or other organization with thousands of cops. The managers of those agencies have their own tech people to do research for them, and don't read my work. I'm writing for the roughly 15,000 chiefs and sheriffs who have fewer than 25 cops in their department. For those people, *I* am the the tech guy. They depend on me to give them the straight scoop on what is worthwhile and what is crap.
We approach each client with both humility and confidence, knowing that you are the expert on your business and that we must earn your trust in our creative expertise. We are committed to achieving measurable results for you. When you hire us, you are hiring our entire team. Our staff collaborates throughout the process to draw diverse insights, maximize creativity and ensure the quality of the final outcome.
I have high ethical and moral standards. I find if something is worth doing, it is worth doing well. I bring this to everything I do in life. I enjoy Project Management. I enjoy the pace, building project schedules, linking resources and work, understanding the potential risks, issues and opportunities and bringing a project home to completion.
I have a variety of talents that include technical writing and editing, instructional design and web content development.
If you have something to say let me help you get those words out and heard. With my years of volunteering with fundraising events I have found a gift for making events and projects stand out and create the attention and the traffic that brings in support and dollars. With this can come the detailed part of writing agreements, contracts, terms, policies, and procedures; yup I can help with that as well. I enjoy working with non-profits and helping fundraising campaigns.
Four reasons: 1. I am a professional management consultant. I started consulting with Booz Allen & Hamilton (one of the top firms) after seven years with leading corporations and learned consulting from real masters of the consulting process, true experts in their disciplines. 2. I do not accept work that I cannot do with professional skill and quality and I do not subcontract work to some other consultant whose work I have not seen. 3. I do not accept work that will not have a value to the client of more than three times our charge for the work. 4. I know how to do work that other consultants cannot do: radically increase market share for businesses in mature business-to-business, for example. Mostly I enjoy exceeding my clients' expectations.
I can do various administration tasks, data entry, basic accounting, and event planning (personal or business).
I am an experienced elementary and middle school tutor with a proven high success rate. I have a Bachelor of Arts (BA) In Elementary Education and an Master of Science(MS) in Education/Teaching Students with Special Needs. I also hold a Washington State Lifetime Substitute license and a Washington State Residential Teaching License. Yes, as you can tell with my degree, I do tutor students with special needs and I am experienced with teaching all age levels and skill levels. I have been a para-educator(kindergarten and special education), gymnastics instructor, swimming instructor, arts and crafts specialist, residential counselor for persons with disabilities, and I developed and ran three different gymnastic programs. For the last 7 years I have been a substitute teacher with Moses Lake School District and a Substitute Teacher for three years in Anne Arundel County Public Schools in Maryland. The classes in which I have substituted range from pre-k all the way to high school. My preference is elementary, but will tutor any age child. I will help children with homework, give additional instruction for concepts the student is having trouble grasping and help them master them. I believe in active learning and have had success teaching children through games, art and physical activity as well as traditional styles of teaching. I have a knack for reaching a struggling learner and I hope that I can help your child be successful in school as well.