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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

"Pick me..!"

To make a long story short, The Kaua'i County council needs a replacement since one of the seven council-members left to be a state house representative leaving a local council seat open.

There is no special criteria, no special election. I submitted my resume and a brief letter which is enclosed as my blog for today.

The Kauai council will vote from among a list of people they feel qualify. Stay tuned!

Aloha Chairman Furfaro & Kaua'i County Council members,

I am interested in the upcoming vacancy on the Kauai' county council.I feel I represent the voice of many on the island...

I have been critical in many letters to the editor expressing my heart on subjects from the 'Super-ferry' to the plastic bag ban and points between.

Please consider me to replace Derek Kawakami on the Kauai County council.

Respectfully,
James "kimo" Rosen

RESUME;

James "Kimo" Rosen
4850 Kawaihau Rd. 5-A
Kapaa, (Kauai) Hawaii
96746 (USA
 (808)823-9887
jrsensei@hotmail.com
http://www.dakinetalk.blogspot.com/

Objective:
To share my wisdom, comprehension and Knowledge...

Professional Experience:

Kauai Magazine
2003-2004
Vice President of sales & marketing
Senator Gary Hooser was the owner of the publication at that time. Since then he has sold out and the magazine downsized from 10 employees to three. http://www.kauaimagazine.com/

English "Sensei" Teacher, Egashira English school
Japan, Omuta city, Fukuoka
2002-2003
students ranged in age from 4-70, the experience was so wonderful, I wrote a book, "Planet Japan."

Mutual Publishing
Honolulu, Hi.
1999-2001
Since relocating to Honolulu in May of 1999 I have acted as a
consultant, account executive and associate publisher for Mutual Publishing

Alaska People Magazine
Publisher 1993-1999
Anchorage, Alaska
Successfully managed all aspects of publication, inclusive of budgets,
employee hiring, marketing, advertising sales, and distribution for this special interest consumer magazine attracting over 100,000 readers and marketed internationally. Personally cultivated and increased
advertising base as well as establishing a wide range of national
contacts in the areas of printing, distribution and photography.

Real Life Images (Professional Photography and Print Brokers)
Owner/Photographer
1979-1993
Homer, Alaska/Anchorage, Alaska
Operated with great success a Professional Photography studio and Print Brokering business. Incorporating all aspects of Photography: Formal Portraits, Weddings, Passports, Environmental, Aerial, Journalism and
Stock Photography...We also acted as liaison between client and printer. Jobs included Postcards, Brochures, Calendars, Catalog Sheets, Business cards,Posters, Menus etc...
Established a wide range of contacts with printers throughout the United
States, Canada and Hong Kong.

Career Highlights:
My work has appeared in National Geographic, Stern Magazine,Weekly
Reader, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, National Enquirer, CBS, NBC,
ABC, QVC Home shopping Network, MTV
Numerous Textbooks, Encyclopedias and Newspapers. Photographed in March
1986 the initial eruption of Mt. Augustine Volcano from the open window of a Cessna airplane. I won many awards for those photos.

Education:
PHD; Doctorate in Education Rockville University, Rockville Maryland
life's experiences from business, teaching, learning a second language, writing a book along with my past education...I was approved for a Doctorate in education from those life's experiences. approved July 2007

BFA. Brooks Institute of Photographic Arts and Science, Santa Barbara, Ca.Majored in Motion Picture and minor in Journalism. Graduated 1979
References, Portfolio and personal Interviews available upon request...

I believe a career change would bring out the best in me....

Board member Jewish community of Kauai 2003-2007
Board Member U.S. Selected Service 2006 -present

Hobbies include, swimming, biking, gardening, hanging out with my dog, hiking and outdoor activity of all kinds.

"Every Day is Thanksgiving", James "Kimo" Rosen

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