Otto Marasco

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Otto Marasco
Otto Marasco

Locality: Melbourne Area, Australia
Summary: Excellent written communications skills have assisted to create and maintain four (4) notable weblogs covering a diverse range of issues and subjects two of which have gained local and international attention. Adaptive and self-starting skill set that has provided the drive to: 1. Establish and sustain the aforementioned blogs in spite of the contentious and polemic nature of the subject matter Local politics and international affairs from a conservative standpoint. 2. Learn the basics of HTML and web-authoring program (FrontPage 2000) resulting in the 1999 launch of a successful website creation and internet consulting business - Realgrid Web Design. 3. Operate a successful freelance writing business Realgrid writing. 4. Think and act outside the square and boundaries of job specifications which enabled me to give rise to new self created and challenging roles within the companies I was employed by. Results driven personal style and attitude that imparted a positive influence on organizational policies, practices and behavioral norms as achieved through devising and the facilitation of, staff training programs designed to address specific business outcomes. Proven selling skills to garner support for personal initiatives within various companies in addition to, achieving exceptional results in roles where actual selling was the prime function. Team player with a demonstrated capacity to merge autonomous initiatives with the goals of the organization.
Skills: Selling and Relationship building, Professional Writing, Oral communication,
Interests: U.S. Foreign Policy, InternationalAffairs, United States, U.S. Primacy, American Interests, Australian Politics
Interests: career opportunities, new ventures, job inquiries
Groups: Liberal Party of Australia

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Letters 11/11/02 -

Otto Marasco, Mill Park. Neither party has a transport policy. Not surprisingly, neither of the major political parties has a clue regarding the state of our public transport system