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@MariahPatterson1
Member since November 10, 2012
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An energetic writer and editor with more than 15 years of experience in journalism and marketing, I am probably best known by my peers for my wit, accuracy and ability to knock out projects under tight time constraints.
$15 USD/hr
37 reviews
5.6
  • 90%Jobs Completed
  • 100%On Budget
  • 100%On Time
  • 15%Repeat Hire Rate

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Experience

Marketing Project Manager

Sep 2012

Segue Projects is a small freelance company designed to help small businesses market their services. Projects may include, but are not limited to: o Writing and Copy Writing o Proofreading o Editing o Online Media o Company Newsletters o Flyer Design

Marketing Administrator

Nov 2006 - Oct 2012 (5 years)

o Creating and maintaing database queries for a variety of reporting requests o Assisting with trade show planning o Increasing effeciencies within the department o Layout of employee newsletter o Supporting sales with promotions, updates and results o Designing support material for sales when needed

Reporter

Aug 2000 - Jul 2003 (2 years)

o Researching, interviewing and writing newspaper articles with a focus on both hard news and feature pieces o Photographing subjects to accompany articles o Newspaper layout and design o Maine Press Association award recipient

Education

BA

1992 - 1997 (5 years)

Certifications

Maine Press Award (2001)

Maine Press Association

Second place award recipient for an article on a B-25 crash site revisited in the North Maine Woods

Publications

The Star Herald

Staff writer for weekly newspaper

Single Women Alive and Well!

Essay on becoming a young mother to a child later diagnosed with autism.

Certifications

  • US English Level 1
    100%
  • UK English 1
    85%

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