The answer is always LOVE (or sometimes, "42"!)

The answer is always LOVE (or sometimes, "42"!)
My philosophy is LOVEISM...

Friday, August 24, 2007

Mission Statement and Professional Summary

Mission Statement:

Kelly N. Patterson's chief motivation is to use her writing, communications, organizational development, and teaching skills and experience as a tool for public education and positive change.

Kelly’s work philosophy has been “stolen” from Sufi Poet, Kahlil Gibran:
“Work is love made tangible.”

Kelly’s titles have included the following:

Executive Director
Development Director
International Development Consultant
HIV/AIDS/TB/STI Management Consultant
Communications and Public Relations Director
E-Content Manager and Editor
Public Information Writer and Editor
Curriculum Developer
Teacher Trainer
Technical Writer and Editor
Media Liaison
Corporate Communications Writer
Speech Writer
Grant Writer
Creative Writer
Script Writer

Some of her past and current clients include the following:

Intentional Conscious Communities of Costa Rica
The Well Project
World Bank/Caribbean Regional Network+
Camino Seguro
Art Basel
University of South Carolina, School of Public Health
International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS
The Gere Foundation
Zanempilo Trust
Medicins Sans Frontiers
Department of Health Kwa Zulu Natal
Voluntary Service Overseas
No Lie Productions
EBS TV and EBS English (Educational Broadcasting System)
Seoul National University
The Center for Positive Connections
Sisters of the Presentation
Habitat for Humanity International

This web portfolio has been designed to document, categorize, clearly define, and exhibit the variety and extent of Kelly N. Patterson’s skills and work experience.

Please peruse the web portfolio for in-depth job descriptions, accomplishments, work samples, professional contacts, and further professional information about Kelly N. Patterson.

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