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Website Development

l On left, sites were created as collaborations with Advertising agencies for design and content elements, I provided the framework and construction; l Strateglobe, was an internal project, I provided the design elements, content and dynamic framework;

l Banner Center site was an inherited site which I edited and maintained.


Additional Websites developed for small business and start-up companies, special events and an international development company


Dante’s International Distributorship Program

Created collaterals, 3 websites, video, email marketing campaigns, support marketing pieces(flyers, posters, table card, standing banners, etc) for the development of a national franchise program, concluding with 120 distributors throughout the US and Canada.


A variety of collaterals for an anniversary celebration and annual conference

15th ANNIVERSARY EXECUTIVE WOMEN’S GOLF ASSOCIATION

2006 EWGA Annual Conference PGA Resort & SPA November 2-4, 2006

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EWGA Women Making A Difference EWGA provides opportunities for women to learn, play, and enjoy the game of golf for business and for life!

CO R P O R AT E PA RT N E R S

fun. friendship. networking. skill development. organized play opportunities. S U P P O R T I N G PA R T N E R S

professional achievement. personal growth. ®

among businesswomen… among friends.

Whether you are a new golfer wanting to learn to play the game or a more experienced golfer wanting to sharpen your competitive skills, the EWGA is the place to be! Local Chapter activities across the U.S. and Canada offer programs geared to your skill level and demanding time schedule.

Do something for yourself and join the EWGA today!

www.ewga.com or call 800-407-1477


Membership campaigns, E-newsletters, brochures, and web design. Everyone Needs a PAL Police Athletic Leagues (PAL) (PAL) PAL is a youth crime prevention program that utilizes educational, athletic and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers and youth. It is based on the conviction that young people - if they are reached early enough - can develop strong positive attitudes towards police officers in their journey through life toward the goal of maturity and good citizenship. The PAL program brings youth under the supervision and positive influence of a law enforcement agency and expands public awareness about the role of a police officer in the local community and reinforces responsible values and attitudes instilled in young people by their parents. Studies have shown that if a young person respects a police officer on the ball field, gym or classroom, the youth will likely come to respect the laws that police officers enforce. Such respect is beneficial to the youth, the police officer, the neighborhood and the business community.

PAL Beginnings

The Police Athletic League (PAL) has a 90-year history of caring and providing alternatives for youth at risk. PAL’s beginning actually started back in the 1910’s when Captain John Sweeney of the New York City Police Department had the insight to offer inner-city youth some positive experiences with law enforcement. He began the PAL program knowing, by providing a safe environment and a supportive role models to guide activities, it would have a positive influence on their youth. Police involvement and supervision at places of play - ball fields, classrooms, playgrounds engaged the children and helped to position Police Officers as friends. And the concept grew.... Today, PAL centers offer structured and personal guidance in a safe, friendly environment and provide a variety of activities, from organized competitive sports, recreational activities, arts and educational programming to cultural and social skill development programs. PAL is a volunteer-driven organization with an estimated 80,000 volunteers across the country supporting all levels of programming. Although chapters are sponsored by law enforcement agencies, many PAL programs are dependent in large part by support from private sectors such as individuals, business leaders, corporations and foundations.

Cops and Kids Together Together A Part of the Solution

History and Origin of PAL PAL

The Mission and Purpose

The Police Athletic League (PAL) has a 90-year history of caring and providing alternatives for youth at risk. PAL’s beginning actually started back in the 1910’s when Captain John Sweeney of the New York City Police Department had the insight to offer inner-city youth some positive experiences with law enforcement. He began the PAL program knowing, by providing a safe environment and a supportive role models to guide activities, it would have a positive influence on the youth he saw daily. Police involvement and supervision at places of play - ball fields, classrooms, playgrounds engaged the children and helped to position Police Officers as friends. And the concept grew.....

PAL is a youth crime prevention program that utilizes educational, athletic and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers and youth. It is based on the conviction that young people if they are reached early enough - can develop strong positive attitudes towards police officers in their journey through life toward the goal of maturity and good citizenship.

Today, PAL centers offer structured and personal guidance in a safe, friendly environment and provide a variety of activities, from organized competitive sports, recreational activities, arts and educational programming to cultural and social skill development programs. PAL programs serve approximately two million youth, ages 5 to 18 across the U.S. and the Virgin Islands. PAL is a volunteer-driven organization with an estimated 80,000 volunteers across the country supporting all levels of programming. Although chapters are sponsored by law enforcement agencies, many PAL programs are dependent in large part by support from private sectors such as indi viduals, business leaders, corporations and foundations.

National Association of Police Athletic/Activities Leagues

The PAL program brings youth under the supervision and positive influence of a law enforcement agency and expands public awareness about the role of a police officer and the reinforcement of the responsible values and attitudes instilled in young people by their parents. Studies have shown that if a young person respects a police officer on the ball field, gym or classroom, the youth will likely come to respect the laws that police officers enforce. Such respect is beneficial to the youth, the police officer, the neighborhood and the business community.

Cops and Kids Together Together Providing Solutions Through Sports and Education

Membership Information 618 U.S. Highway 1 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 phone: 561-844-1823 fax: 561-863-6120 website: www.nationalpal.org email: copnkid@nationalpal.org


Strateglobe, LLC

Strateglobe LLC is an international marketing communication consulting company specializing in developing new strategies to build business and create revenue streams for our clients - enhancing their global market positioning. See website below and Company Banner on right.

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