I normally don't this, but I thought I'd try something new. Ladies and gents, a friend of mine is looking for a job in St. Louis. Let me introduce you to Ms. Dana Ellision.
Dana is a transplant from Wichita, KS. She has a nonprofit background, but is looking to break into the marketing industry as a marketing project manager/strategic planner. Ms. Ellison has experience planning and developing projects, public speaking, and leading teams. She is also well versed with website management and social media.
All that stuff is great. But what companies really want is someone who will fit in their environment. You can view Dana's resume and decide if her skills match your job description. Let me tell you about her personally.
I met Dana at a networking event for AFP St. Louis discussing social media. Her and I became fast friends because of our love for nonprofits, but also because she is just as passionate and in tuned with social media as I am. Dana is a communicator. She knows how to connect her audience and a natural networker. That's because she's friendly and sincere. After speaking with her for a few minutes, you get the impression that Dana is quite the leader. Well that's because she is. Dana naturally gets your attention with poise and people listen. It's because she has this natural way communicating that would make her an excellent project manager. Add the fact that she's well versed in online marketing, and you've got yourself your next marketing project manager.
Do yourself a favor and review her resume. If you like what you see, you can email Dana at email@example.com. By all means, share her resume if you think someone might need her skills.