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Freelance writer with a focus on environmental slants, arts & entertainment, and social issues. Previous work includes cover stories for the Raleigh Downtowner, editorials for NCSU technician, and a feature in Policy Mic.
Provide strategic business development, marketing/public relations, and video production services. Present clients include Sustainable Industrial Solutions and NetDevGroup. Past clients include ZipCar, GEMS, TransLoc, and EVXP.
Currently studying Meisner Technique at Esper Studio and On-Camera Technique through Actor's Green Room. Credit include: Southern Women's Fashion Show, ReDress Raleigh, Judah Ross, Rock'n'Shop Fashion Show, Jamie Starling Photography, Hillsborough St. Renaissance Commercial, News14, and ABC11.
Legacy unites universities and their local communities through planning events that transform lives. Our events have catalyzed local business development, raised resources for charities, and Legacy alumni have gone on to start companies and study at prestigious Universities around the world. Upcoming events include the Glenwood South Festival and 2nd Annual Triangle Entrepreneurship Week.
o Distribution Conducted statistical analysis of system reliability. Modeled renewable energy interconnection facilities and feeders. Created meter evaluation process. Presently, conducting electrical line loss studies for pending rates evaluation. o Transmission - Designed remote terminal units for line switches.
Rippple is an online crowdsourcing platform that enables communities to support entrepreneurs in building successful businesses. Entrepreneurs make requests to: * Raise financial capital * Access goods and services * Acquire new customers Community members then fulfill these requests in exchange for cash, discounts, and other cool rewards.
Developed a solar-wind hybrid power system to equip a school in Sierra Leone with renewable energy for fans, lighting, and potentially a computer lab.
Researched combined heat and power (CHP) applications for various industries in Southeastern region including glass industry and agriculture.
Assisted lab instruction for a class entitled How Things Work where students picked apart common devices such as guitars, scanners, fiber optic cables, etc. to discover how they work.
Promoted various projects for MTVs University Channel. We hosted several contests/events that were artistic, political, and/or environmental in nature. Projects included: Ecomagination Challenge, Best Music On Campus, Best Film on Campus, and Save Darfur.
Researched economic impact/energy densities of various alternative fuels, and impact of electricity generation (solar, wind, geothermal) on Plug-In Hybrids. Created a presentation aimed at educating the general public on alternative fuels vehicles.
Tutored students who need extra assistance in math and English classes.
Jenn Halweil has not indicated any interests.