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Published on January 30, 2016

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1. Chris Pappamichiel Production Artist I’m a Senior level production artist with extensive experience in wide variety of print and digital work, including layout and retouching for marketing communication, packaging and identity programs. I’m a team player who loves solving problems and connecting the dots. My style is professional, good-humored, organized, and well-versed in the rigorous demands and dynamic nature of marketing and design. Print Production • Brand Guidelines & Corp Identity • Advertisements • Annual Reports • Brochures & Collateral • Design Templates • Sell Sheets • Packaging • Point of Sale • Vehicle Wraps Digital Production • App Graphics for Artwork and UI elements • Production for Web Design • PowerPoint Templates and Tutorials

2. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Brand Guidelines client: Hilton Worldwide project: brand redesign agency: Landor • Produced 115-page guidelines documents, including layout, production and some copy writing, • Created suite of brand assets, with various color versions and file formats for logos, brand identities, stationery systems, PowerPoint templates and other brand assets Hilton Worldwide Brand Guidelines Release 1 09.18.09 2.6 Hilton Worldwide Brand Guidelines 09.18.09 Release 1 Logos & Brand Bar Hilton HHonors Logo Guests will primarily see the Hilton HHonors logo when referring to our portfolio. This logo represents not only our guest rewards program, but our full portfolio of offerings, replacing The Hilton Family logo. Our Hilton HHonors logo is composed of the stylized H symbol and a wordmark set in a clean, modern sans serif typeface. Our symbol is a stylized H, elegantly rendered with platinum and gold colors that are designed to evoke a feeling of stature, which is appropriate for a major global company like ours. The colors platinum and gold also represent the highest quality of service we bring to everything we do. The symbol is composed of two halves that are reflective – reminding us to not forget our rich past as we create a vibrant future – with open curves that are welcoming, evoking the world of travel by suggesting the round edges of the globe, the arch of a bridge and posts of a bed. Versioning The Hilton HHonors logo is never locked up with another entity or verbiage that changes its meaning. Do not alter or create new lockups for business divisions. Any changes to the logo must be approved by the president of Global Brands. Appearance in text and trademark use When referring to the Hilton HHonors offering in text, continue using “Hilton HHonors” – not HHonors Hilton Worldwide or Hilton Worldwide HHonors. Hilton HHonors uses the ® designation when it first occurs in text. Stylized H symbol Hilton Worldwide logo Hilton Worldwide wordmark Stylized H symbol Hilton HHonors logo Hilton HHonors wordmark 9.1 Hilton Worldwide Brand Guidelines 09.18.09 Release 1 Stationery Introduction A unified stationery system establishes a common style and helps us communicate effectively and consistently. The Hilton Worldwide stationery system has been carefully considered to ensure a positive and lasting impression on our diverse audiences across the globe. Our stationery reflects our identity. It is simple and elegant, clean and uncluttered. When using any of our stationery materials, use these principles to strengthen the messages we are sending. Stationery is available worldwide in two standard formats: U.S. and ISO. Use the appropriate format for your location. Letterhead may be personalized with employee name and title for senior executives. Though stationery items can be created from the specifications provided, it is strongly recommended that the approved original artwork always be used in production and printing of all stationery items. This stationery is only for use by corporate team members who are not dedicated to a single brand. Hotel team members and individual brand teams will continue using the appropriate brand-specific stationery. 5.2 Hilton Worldwide Brand Guidelines 09.18.09 Release 1 Hilton Worldwide imagery can appear silhouetted on white backgrounds, as a full-bleed image, or together within the Hilton Worldwide curve. The curve, our unique layout element, is explained in detail in Section 6. Imagery must always be chosen thoughtfully and have relevance to the piece. Imagery can also appear in rectangles as supporting information. Refer to page 7.11 for more information. 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3. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Brand Guidelines client: Hawaiian Telcom project: brand redesign agency: Landor • Produced 20-page guidelines document, including layout, production and some copy writing, • Created suite of brand assets, with various color versions and file formats for logos, employee engagement posters, theme art, and other brand assets Hawaiian Telcom Visual Guidelines DRAFT OCT 07 2009 HAWAIIAN TELCOM VISUAL GUIDELINES / DRAFT OCT 07 2009 04 HAWAIIAN TELCOM LOGO Since our logo is recognized across Hawai‘i, it must be expressed consistently across all of our communications. Our logo is composed of the Hawaiian Telcom wordmark and the “island” dots, symbolic of our geographic focus. Both elements should always appear together. The Hawaiian Telcom logo must always be reproduced from master artwork. Never redraw, replace or modify the logo in any way. The logo must stand alone and cannot be locked up with any other logo. Approved color variations One-color dark blue1 The one-color dark blue logo is for use on white or light color backgrounds. It must be reproduced using HT dark blue or the four-color process conversion. See page 12 for specific color information. One-color black2 The one-color black logo is also for use on white or light color backgrounds. However, it is used when it is not possible to print Hawaiian Telcom dark blue or to use the reverse logo. Reverse (one-color white)3 The one-color white logo is for use on black or dark backgrounds. 1 2 3 HAWAIIAN TELCOM VISUAL GUIDELINES / DRAFT OCT 07 2009 12 HT dark blue (or PANTONE® 541) cmyk 100.52.0.35 rgb 00.60.124 HT dark green (or PANTONE 350) cmyk 89.41.100.44 rgb 36.80.60 HT blue (or PANTONE 638) cmyk 78.00.09.00 rgb 00.178.225 HT green (or PANTONE 383) cmyk 32.11.100.00 rgb 179.187.21 HT dark red (or PANTONE 209) cmyk 27.100.53.45 rgb 117.24.57 HT dark brown (or PANTONE 477) cmyk 46.82.94.37 rgb 92.46.24 HT red (or PANTONE 192) cmyk 00.95.60.00 rgb 232.05.70 HT yellow (or PANTONE 143) cmyk 00.34.87.00 rgb 252.180.00 White cmyk 00.00.00.00 rgb 255.255.255 Black cmyk 00.00.00.100 rgb 00.00.00 COLOR PALETTE The Hawaiian Telcom color palette is composed of eight colors (in addition to black and white). They are divided into two groups: background colors and accent colors. Background colors These dark, bold colors are primarily used as backgrounds in combination with our background art. They add richness and depth to our communications. See page 17 for specific usage information. Use HT dark blue, HT dark green, HT dark red, and HT dark brown for backgrounds. Accent colors Each background color has a bright corresponding accent color chosen to complement it. Accents should be used primarily in typography and in our We Go spirit mark. Avoid using an accent color with the wrong, mismatched background color. Use HT blue, HT green, HT red, and HT yellow for accent colors. Note Use only the color references listed in this section. Do not use color references or values from files that have been converted automatically between color modes. Some software programs may not make color conversions that are equal to the specific color values listed in the palette specifications. Slight variances in color may occur when the colors are printed through different processes or reproduced in different media. In lieu of the Hawaiian Telcom colors listed on this page, you may use the PANTONE® Colors, the standards for which are shown in the current edition of the PANTONE FORMULA GUIDE. The colors, CMYK and RGB breakdowns shown on this page have not been evaluated by Pantone LLC for accuracy and may not match the PANTONE Color Standards. PANTONE® is the property of Pantone LLC. PAGE NO. OF PAGES VERSION ISSUE DATE 1 1 08.26.09of 5Hawaiian Telcom Artwork File naming convention File Naming Legend 1 Corporate Identity ht Hawaiian Telcom 2 Descriptor logo Hawaiian Telcom logo we_go “We Go” spirit mark bkgrnd background art 3 Crop of Background Art full full version of background art c1_h crop area 1, horizontal segment c1_v crop area 1, vertical segment c2_h crop area 2, horizontal segment c2_v crop area 2, vertical segment c3_h crop area 3, horizontal segment c3_v crop area 3, vertical segment c4_h crop area 4, horizontal segment c4_v crop area 5, vertical segment 4 Logo Color black one-color black blu blue drk_blu dark blue grn green red red rev reverse (one-color white) ylw yellow 5 Color Mode print CMYK process/spot rgb Red, Green, Blue 6 File Format .eps Encapsulated PostScript file .bmp Bitmap graphics format File Naming Example ht_logo_drk_blu_print.eps 1 4 6 2 5 Color Values In lieu of the colors listed on this page, you may use the PANTONE® Colors, the standards for which are shown in the current edition of the PANTONE FORMULA GUIDE. The colors, CMYK, and RGB breakdowns shown on this page have not been evaluated by Pantone, Inc., for accuracy and may not match the PANTONE Color Standards. Consult current PANTONE Publications for accurate color. PANTONE® is the property of Pantone, Inc. Spot Color CMYK RGB Hawaiian Telcom Blue (or PANTONE 638) 78.00.09.00 00.178.225 Hawaiian Telcom Green (or PANTONE 383) 32.11.100.00 179.187.21 Hawaiian Telcom Red (or PANTONE 192) 00.95.60.00 232.05.70 Hawaiian Telcom Yellow (or PANTONE 143) 00.34.87.00 252.180.00 Spot Color CMYK RGB Hawaiian Telcom Dark Blue (or PANTONE 541) 100.52.0.35 00.60.124 Hawaiian Telcom Dark Green (or PANTONE 350) 89.41.100.44 36.80.60 Hawaiian Telcom Dark Red (or PANTONE 209) 27.100.53.45 117.24.57 Hawaiian Telcom Dark Brown (or PANTONE 477) 46.82.94.37 92.46.24 Hawaiian Telcom Black (or PANTONE Black) 00.00.00.100 00.00.00

4. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Brand Guidelines client: Peet’s Coffee & Tea project: Licensed Partner Brand Guidelines and Marketing Toolkit agency: in-house • Produced 36-page guidelines document, including layout, production and some copy writing, • Created suite of brand assets, with various color versions and file formats for logos, stationery system, signage, promotional material templates, and other brand assets Licensed Partner Brand Guidelines and Marketing Toolkit 2Peet’s Coffee & Tea Inc, Licensed Partner Brand Guidelines and Marketing Toolkit Introduction and Getting Started Peet’s provides each Licensed Partner with all essential brand assets. Each partner will receive two DVDs. One DVD is geared for marketing professionals and includes logos, images, Microsoft Word templates, and ready-to-print PDFs. The second DVD is geared to design professionals who can customize the ads, banners, and other marketing materials with your store name, location and other information. Peet’s Coffee & Tea Approved Logo Files • Color (Spot, CYMK, RGB) • Black/white • Large scale and small scale logos • All logos will be provided as .EPS and .JPG files Photography Files Approved photos: • Our process: selectivity, roasting, cupping, freshness • Our beverages: coffee hero, espresso hero, latte hero New Location Templates Final artwork templates with customizable areas for the following phases of your opening: • Coming Soon • Now Open • Grand Opening Ongoing Promotions and Operational Signage Final artwork templates and suggested layouts for ongoing marketing promotions and operational signage needs: • Letter Template • Generic Coupon • Community Outreach • Operational Signage (restroom policy, etc.) • Baked Goods Tags Provided Brand Assets Seasonal Marketing Campaigns Seasonal marketing materials are printed by Peet’s home office and shipped automatically, depending on the specific needs of your location. The toolkit include samples of past seasonal campaign materials. New materials are designed each season. Details for Your Design Professional The artwork templates are provided as Adobe Illustrator CS3 files (aka Illustrator v13). This software is required in order to customize the templates to include your logo, name and location where applicable. Color artwork is provided as 4-color process (CMYK), which is the most efficient and economical way for you to print. Spot colors are provided in the templates as a reference to assist the printer in achieving the best color match possible. DVD DVD (marketing) (designer) Logos and Photography x x New Location Templates x Letter x x Coupon x Community Outreach x x Operational Signs x x Baked Goods Tags x x 5Peet’s Coffee & Tea Inc, Licensed Partner Brand Guidelines and Marketing Toolkit The Brand Guidelines Logos Please review the logo specifications carefully. No attempt should be made to recreate, deconstruct or alter the logos in any way. Every reproduction of a logo must be made from the master artwork provided to you on the Licensed Partner brand asset DVDs. The Contained Signature Logo The Contained Signature is the primary logo used by Peet’s Coffee & Tea. It is designed as a unit. All elements must be scaled in proportion and must never be scaled independently. • If the width of the signature is less than 2 inches, use the small scale version of the logo. • When using a one-color logo on a textured background all light areas of the logo must be rendered as a solid color, without texture. See the example shown below. peets_lg_cmyk_cont.eps peets_sm_cmyk_cont.eps peets_lg_bw_cont.eps peets_sm_bw_cont.eps Example: Note how light areas of logo are solid color. The textured background must not show through. electronic files available on both DVD and DVD 26Peet’s Coffee & Tea Inc, Licensed Partner Brand Guidelines and Marketing Toolkit Ongoing Marketing Support Letter Template A personal letter from your licensed location to nearby businesses and community groups is a personal and inexpensive way to help you drive traffic. The Letter Template artwork is provided on both DVDs – as a Word document on DVD 1, and as an Illustrator file on DVD2. See the paper specifications listed on page 3 for details on acceptable paper stocks. Generic Coupon Coupons around your licensed location will help drive traffic, but be sure to carefully target your distribution. You will want to weigh the opportunity to encourage trial versus giving away too many discounted drinks to already loyal customers. Coupons are also a good way to “win back” customers who may have a complaint or disappointing service encounter. We encourage you to keep a supply of complimentary beverage coupons on hand and to train your staff on how to use them appropriately. An Illustrator file is provided on DVD 2. Community Outreach Peet’s has a long history of in-kind donations to local community and arts organizations. If you donate brewed coffee to an organization and they would like to feature you in their program, use one of our approved community ad templates, found on DVD 2. The Donation Sign artwork is provided on both DVDs – as a Word document on DVD 1, and as an Illustrator file on DVD2. Ongoing Marketing Promotions [your location] Street Address City State 00000 000.000.0000 DonationSign_8.5x11.doc DonationSign_8.5x11.ai Stop by our new store and enjoy a FREE Small Beverage* Dear Neighbor, We are pleased to announce that Peet’s Coffee & Tea is now open in [your location]. I would personally like to invite you to visit and enjoy your first beverage with my compliments. I hope that once you taste our freshly roasted coffee and hand-crafted espresso beverages, we will have the opportunity to serve you often. Since 1966, Peet’s has been roasting coffee the old-fashioned way – by hand in small batches. We roast our coffees every day and ship the beans to our stores immediately after roasting to deliver the most rich, full and smooth cup of coffee you’ll find anywhere. This same attention to detail is shown at our beverage bar, where skilled baristas craft each beverage by hand using only the highest quality fresh, natural ingredients. So whether you are buying coffee beans to brew at home or enjoying a beverage in our store, you are certain to receive a delicious cup. We look forward to welcoming you to Peet’s and to our store. Sincerely, Jane Smith Manager Peet’s [your locaton] Available only at Peet’s [your store name] location *Bottled beverages and juice excluded. Discount cannot be applied to any other purchases. Offer expires [xx/xx/xxxx]. NeighborLetter.doc NeighborLetter.ai [your location name, address and phone number] We bring the same enthusiasm to supporting our local communities ROASTING GREAT COFFEE IS ONLY ONE OF OUR PASSIONS ROASTING GREAT COFFEE IS ONLY ONE OF OUR PASSIONS [your location name, address and phone number] We bring the same enthusiasm to supporting our local communities [your location name and address information] We bring the same enthusiasm to supporting our local communities ROASTING GREAT COFFEE IS ONLY ONE OF OUR PASSIONS ROASTING GREAT COFFEE IS ONLY ONE OF OUR PASSIONS [your location name and address information] We bring the same enthusiasm to supporting our local communities Donation_Ad_5.5x8.5_color.ai Donation_Ad_5.5x8.5_BW.ai Donation_Ad_4.5x3.38_color.ai Donation_Ad_4.5x3.38_BW.ai Coupon_free_bev_3.5x2.ai Free Beverage of Your Choice Present this coupon at Peet’s [your name] location to receive a complimentary beverage of your choice. Your Store Name Here Valid at [your location name and address] only. Limit one per customer. Not valid if reproduced, sold or transferred. No cash value. Offer expires [xx/xx/xxxx]. electronic files available on DVD Microsoft Word documents DVD Adobe Illustrator customizable mechanicals

5. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Advertisements client: Philips Semiconductors project: brand advertising campaign agency: EURO RSCG • Analyzed media buy and set up five custom sizes for campaign • Built mechanicals for six designs, with versions for eight languages Meet the bold new face of Philips Semiconductors.We call it Team Blue. Why? Just as tones, tints and shades vary the richness of blue, our people, systems and technologies blend perfectly to deliver like no one else. From consumer electronics and wireless communication to computing, industrial, automotive systems and networking, Philips leads the way. Providing processing power to make the technology of the future a reality today. For instance, in interactive TV, we created the first software upgradable system—the Nexperia Home Entertainment Engine. And the leader in enabling Bluetooth™ solutions for smart appliances? Us again. With an unparalleled IP portfolio, we offer platform-based interconnectivity, media-processing and networking solutions vital for convergence, ensuring your systems work together seamlessly. And proving why now, more than ever, great ideas come out of the blue. www.semiconductors.philips.com www.semiconductors.philips.com/career Copyright © 2000 Royal Philips Electronics.All rights reserved. Bluetooth is a trademark owned by its proprietor and used by Philips Semiconductors under license. IF THE FUTURE WERE A COLOR, IT WOULD BE BLUE. TEAM BLUE IS HERE.

6. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Advertisements client: Peet’s Coffee & Tea project: sponsorships and new store advertisements agency: in-house • Created local ads, adapting to various publications’ sizes, using existing ad templates and brand resources ROASTING GREAT COFFEE IS ONLY ONE OF OUR PASSIONS www.peets.com We bring the same enthusiasm to supporting The Pasadena Museum of California Art. Present this ad at Peet’s Milpitas to receive a $1.00 Off a handcrafted beverage of your choice. Offer excludes drip coffee, brewed tea, juice and bottled beverages. Excludes airport, supermarket, BART and other licensed locations. Must present ad at time of purchase. Not valid if reproduced, sold or transferred. May not be combined with other offers. Limit one offer per visit. No cash value. Offer expires 12/31/09. Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Milpitas 543 E. Calaveras Blvd. 408.416.0700

7. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Annual Reports client: AECOM project: corporate identity redesign application agency: Landor • Created mechanical for annual report including graphs, text, and layout revisions • Manage photo retouching requests and high-resolution quality issues. Project was one of the first applications of the new corporate identity, also designed by Landor Endless Possibilities 2009 Annual Report Page 12 Our Ingenuity World-class design At AECOM, our dedicated network of top-tier professionals provide in-depth expertise to develop unique solutions for the world’s most sophisticated assignments on all seven continents. As trusted partners to our clients, AECOM’s engineers, planners, architects, landscape architects, environmental specialists, economists, scientists and program and construction managers are committed to improving the quality of the world’s built, natural and social environments. Uniquely equipped to design and manage projects of any type or scale, AECOM is a single, comprehensive source of global expertise. Featured Projects 01 Forth Road Bridge AECOM designed an innovative system to reduce humidity and prevent cable corrosion on Scotland’s Forth Road Bridge, a major suspension bridge that carries 24 million vehicles annually. The application sealed the cable in an airtight polyethylene sheath and blows dry air inside the cable to reduce humidity and prevent corrosion. 02 Libya HIB In Libya, AECOM supervises a US$50-billion-plus housing and infrastructure program to improve that nation’s housing, roads, bridges, water and utilities. 03 Stonecutter’s Bridge AECOM played a central role in the design, feasibility analysis and engineering of China’s Stonecutter’s Bridge, the world’s second- longest cable-stayed bridge. 04 Inner Northern Busway To improve public transport in and around Brisbane, Australia, AECOM in an alliance with other companies provided engineering design, modeling, stakeholder and sustainability management and Intelligent Transport System design on the Inner Northern Busway. Photo: Christopher Frederick Jones 01 02 04 03 01 04 02 03 05 Page 22 Building Engineering We design with tomorrow in mind. On each project, our people visualize how a building or development will be used many years from now. With an understanding that client needs evolve, we seamlessly integrate building form and function to deliver future- ready buildings. From creation to completion and beyond, we help clients maximize a project’s potential today and for years and decades ahead. Featured Projects 01 Canadian Light Source As big as a sports stadium, Canadian Light Source’s synchrotron facility is the biggest scientific research center to open in Canada in more than 30 years. AECOM provided total project management as well as crucial building engineering services for the project. 02 Sonic Healthcare Laboratory In Australia, AECOM building engineers worked with international medical diagnostics company Sonic Healthcare to develop a sophisticated laboratory complex to provide medicine, pathology and radiology services to the health care community. 03 Farrer Court A stunning complex of structures that appear to bend with the wind, Farrer Court’s 36-story residential buildings owe their visual impact to the expertise of AECOM’s building engineers. Scheduled to open during 2010, the complex is a striking addition to the Singapore landscape. 04 Etihad Towers The Etihad Towers project in Abu Dhabi is a prestigious mixed-use development composed of five towers from 53 to 77 floors, a large multilevel podium and four-level underground parking with a capacity of more than 3,200 cars. 05 University of Northumbria Looking to reduce its carbon footprint, England’s University of Northumbria turned to AECOM to provide mechanical and electrical engineering, lighting, design and building performance modeling to deliver highly sustainable on-campus buildings. Page 06 Financial Highlights Our finances at a glance Two and a half years after our successful initial public offering, AECOM enjoyed another strong performance during fiscal year 2009. As has been true since our founding in 1990, we strengthened and expanded our market position and revenues increased. During 2009, we achieved these results despite softness in several markets around the world. Our performance and diversified business plan place us on solid ground for continued success during the post-recessionary period and beyond. Gross revenue (US$ billions) 2005 2.40 2006 3.42 2007 4.24 2008 5.19 2009 6.12 2009 Gross Revenue: US$6.1 billion +18% increase Operating profit (US$ millions) 2005 98.30 2006 103.41 2007 155.94 2008 238.51 2009 286.87 2009 Operating Profit: US$287 million +20% increase Total backlog (US$ billions) 2005 4.1 2006 4.8 2007 6.0 2008 8.6 2009 9.5 2009 Total Backlog: US$9.5 billion +10% increase Cash flow from operations (US$ millions) 2005 46.59 2006 121.27 2007 137.46 2008 156.10 2009 215.75 2009 Cash Flow from Continuing Operations: US$216 million +38% increase Geographies1 United States Asia-Pacific Middle East/N. Africa Canada Europe 17% 13% 12% 10% 48% End Markets2 Transportation Environmental Facilities Management Support Services Power & Energy 28% 25% 6% 17% 24% Diluted earnings per share (US$) 2005 0.84 2006 0.74 2007 1.15 2008 1.41 2009 1.70 2009 Diluted Earnings Per Share (Continuing Operations): US$1.70 +21% increase Cash and cash equivalents (US$ millions) 2009 Cash and Cash Equivalents and Marketable Securities: US$291 million +4% increase 2005 54.35 2006 127.87 2007 417.69 2008 278.57 2009 290.78 Funding Sources2 Private Non-U.S. Government U.S. Federal U.S. State/Local U.S. Fed-Fund State/Local 29% 23% 7% 15% 26% 1 Estimated geographies chart based on FY09 net service revenue where work is performed. 2 Estimated end markets and funding sources charts based on FY09 gross revenue. Funding sources reflect client type regardless of where work is performed.

8. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Brochures and Collateral client: Pier 39 and Blue & Gold Fleet project: annual collateral program redesign and refresh agency: kenCreative • Created layout and mechanical files for multiple annual redesigns and updates, including production, retouching and pre-press for suite of all documents, including brochures, booklets, ads, resource guides, sell sheets, signage and posters.

9. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Brochures and Templates client: Club One project: collateral program redesign templates and guidelines agency: kenCreative • Created presentation layouts and final mechanicals for “New Look and Feel” project, including revised corporate identity, layout template, color palette and photography • Production of full suite of brochures and pocket folder to launch the new look • Additional elements included postcards, posters, signage and flyers

10. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Sell Sheets client: Pearson Foundation project: nonprofit program data sheet library agency: in-house • Designed and produced sell sheets for various Pearson Foundation projects • Maintained ongoing updates to library of documents covering wide range of nonprofit programs ©2013 Pearson Foundation CURRICULUM RESOURCES COUNTRY FACT SHEET FEDERAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF NEPAL GUidiNG qUEStioNS 1. Who is responsible for educating the population about changes in civil rights laws? Who is responsible for enforcing those rights/laws? 2. how might the poor be affected by changes in the political structure of a country? how might they be helped? Why might poor citizens get overlooked by the political process? 3. in Nepal, there is a large discrepancy between the percentage of girls who are literate and the percentage of boys who are literate. the country also has a very high unemployment rate. how might these two be related? GENERal iNFoRMatioN capital city: Kathmandu population of Nepal: 30.4 million population of Kathmandu: 990,000 Mobile/cellular telephones: 13.355 million (2011) Nepal was once a region of small independent kingdoms. today, the country, while unified, has a variety of ethnic groups, customs, and languages. Nepal is perhaps best known for being the home of Mount Everest, the world’s highest point. Nepal is a landlocked country situated between india and china. Northern Nepal, bordering the tibetan region, is comprised primarily of the himalayas, the highest mountain range in the world, with cool summers and severe winters. Southern Nepal, on the indian border, is primarily a region of flat, fertile river plains with milder winters and subtropical summers. Bardiya Kathmandu The Himalayas Mountain Range INDIA NEPAL CHINA ©2013 Pearson Foundation MIDDLE SCHOOL CURRICULUM ISSUE FACT SHEET FAMILY SUPPORT AND INFLUENCE did yoU KNoW? Worldwide, 66 million school-age girls are out of school, and many more are fighting to continue their education. this is a problem not only in terms of civil rights, but also because girls who go to school marry later, have healthier children, and earn more income as adults than girls who do not receive an education. GUidiNG qUEStioNS 1. how can families encourage girls to continue their education? 2. What benefits do families gain by helping their daughters finish school? 3. how do communities benefit by educating girls? dEFiNitioNS the definition of support is to keep from weakening or failing, to strengthen. Influence is defined as the power to sway or affect based on prestige, wealth, ability, or position. ovERviEW Family encouragement and committed support can do amazing things! Girls growing up in supportive environments, regardless of their material possessions, have the ability to change the world. a family’s long-term commitment to education makes all the difference in keeping girls in school. parental sacrifices, guidance, and wisdom can improve their children’s chance of living their lives outside of poverty, marrying later, having healthier children, and earning more income as adults. RElatEd iMpactS: povERty living in poverty can be extremely stressful, and a girl born today has a 1 in 4 chance of being born into extreme poverty. however, the positive impact of a supportive family on girls in poverty is immeasurable. Families working together to ensure that every child, girl or boy, receives an education is proven to be the most effective way to end the cycle of poverty. in the developing world, a majority of farms and small businesses are run by women. Educated girls become better business owners, leading to more income for their families. Fewer than half of the girls in the developing world will ever reach secondary school. yet a girl with an extra year of education can earn 20 percent more as an adult, impacting not only her family, but her nation’s economy as well. in india, for example, if the number of girls enrolled in secondary school increased by just 1 percent, the country’ Gross domestic product (Gdp) would rise by US$5.5 billion. RElatEd iMpactS: EdUcatioN Keeping girls safe, in school, and focused on their future can take a tremendous commitment. in more than 50 countries around the world, school is not free. Families need to pay for uniforms, books, and sometimes exams and report cards, as well. however hard the struggle, the support girls receive is the key to ending the cycle of poverty. Watch these students at myvoice.pearsonfoundation.org. “We don’t want school to be a boring place.” “Students’ input really matters, in terms of how things could be done better.” “School is our community, and we’re not in charge, but our voices absolutely should be heard.” “Without My Voice in school, I don’t think I’d feel included at school at all. I feel like what I have to say really matters, and that we’ve made a difference in our school because of the voices in our class and in our community as well.” What students are saying about My Voice: “Aspirations is the ability to dream and set goals for the future while being inspired in the present to reach those dreams.” — Dr. Russell J. Quaglia President and Founder of the Quaglia Institute for Student Aspirations Imagine knowing what all of your students think and believe about their school. My Voice™ brings you that knowledge and the tools to act on it. What Students Are Saying about My Voice SELF-WORTH ENGAGEMENT PURPOSE Belonging Feeling like you are part of a group, while knowing you are special for who you are. The 8 Conditions That Make a Difference® need to be in place if students are to strive for, and fulfill, their academic, personal, and social promise. Heroes Having someone who believes in you and who is there when you need them. Sense of Accomplishment Being recognized for many different types of success, including hard work and being a good person. Confidence to Take Action Setting goals and taking the steps you need to reach them. Leadership & Responsibility Making your own decisions and accepting responsibility for those choices. Fun & Excitement Enjoying what you are doing, whether at work, school, or play. Spirit of Adventure Being excited to try new things, even when you are not sure if you will be good at them. Curiosity & Creativity Asking “Why?” and “Why not?” about the world around you. T H A T M A K E A 8 T H E CONDITIONS DIFFERENCE myvoice.pearsonfoundation.org Supporting partners Pearson Foundation Survey on Students and Tablets 2012 The Pearson Foundation’s Second Annual Survey on Students and Tablets seeks to understand the ways that college students and high school seniors are using mobile technology, and their perceptions about the latest mobile devices available to them. The first annual survey was conducted in March 2011. This year’s survey reveals dramatic changes in tablet ownership, usage, and attitudes. Summary of Findings This summary highlights the major conclusions from a nationally representative online poll of 1,206 college students and 204 college-bound high school seniors in the United States. The survey was conducted online by Harris Interactive on behalf of the Pearson Foundation between January 9 and January 27, 2012. The major conclusions are as follows: 1. Tablet ownership among college students and college-bound high school seniors has more than tripled from a year ago. Further, a large number of students plan to purchase a tablet within the next six months. 2. College students and high school seniors believe that tablets are just as valuable for educational purposes as they are for personal entertainment. 3. Students agree that tablets will transform the way college students learn in the future. 4. More students are reading digital books, and a majority of college students now prefer to read digital books rather than print. Tablet ownership among college students has more than tripled from a year ago, with one-quarter of college students now owning a standard tablet. 25%7% 2011 2012 Case Study: Read for My School Florida 50,000 books read in just 10 days What is it? We Give Books’ Read for My School program is a statewide reading initiative that gives each and every school district the chance to join together in an online reading campaign and – in the process – to earn a portion of tens of thousands of books donated by the Pearson Foundation. Already, the Read for My School Florida and Read for My School Texas campaigns have helped share more than 80,000 books with young people and classrooms and community centers across each state. On April 6, 2011, as part of Florida’s annual Children’s Week celebration of reading, Read for My School Florida was launched with a kick-off on the steps of the State Capitol in Tallahassee. Schools earned a brand-new book for each digital book that was read on their behalf at We Give Books. Who participates? With many state legislators participating in the kick-off event, Read for My School Florida engaged readers in all 67 school districts – and in more than 550 schools – across the state. Although the Read for My School Florida campaign was originally slated to last 30 days, Florida readers completed the challenge in record time, reading more than 55,000 books in just 10 days. At one point, Florida students were reading more than 3,000 books an hour. Even more amazing: at each of eight schools, students read more than 1,000 books, and two schools logged readings of more than 7,000 books. A great impact. The Read for My School Florida campaign resulted in Pearson Foundation donations of 55,000 brand-new books to the state’s schools. In the process, the effort helped to build a shared awareness among educators, families and young readers of the important role that reading has in shaping a lifetime love of learning. Coming soon: Read anywhere with the We Give Books app for tablets Combine the joy of reading with the power of helping others everywhere you go with the free We Give Books app for tablets When you are away from your computer, the We Give Books app helps parents, caregivers, and educators inspire children to become lifelong readers and givers. We’re launching the We Give Books app this summer to make reading, giving, and sharing books even easier whether you’re at home or on the go. Each month, the We Give Books app will feature classic and award-winning children’s books from Penguin and DK for children ages 0–10 to read on your tablets. Books in the app library will be available to you, for a limited time, to read as frequently as your child would like. New books will be available every two weeks. As always, all the books in our library are free for We Give Books members to read anytime, anywhere. In addition to our collection of award-winning books, the We Give Books app has new exciting features to encourage you and your children to get the most out of reading together. You can track your reading accomplishments and earn badges to celebrate reading achievements. The badges are easy to share, so you can inspire your friends to read and give, too. The app also lets you record your own voice reading; you can then play back your recording as often as you wish, until your library is refreshed. Get Started Now: Here’s How Visit www.wegivebooks.org today to sign up for your free We Give Books membership and get started reading and giving today. Be the first to know! Make sure you sign up to receive email alerts from We Give Books so we can notify you as soon as the We Give Books app is available to download. ©2013 Pearson Foundation. Apple, the Apple logo and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Google Play is a trademark of Google Inc. Coming soon: Arrival Day: Tuesday, September 13 Noon Registration for International Summit 3:15 pm Setting the Context: Welcome, Introductions and Overview of Agenda Gene Wilhoit, CCSSO Mark Nieker, Pearson Foundation 3:30 pm Opening Plenary Session: Learning from Comparison toStimulate Educational Innovation Dr. Fernando Reimers, Harvard University 4:45 pm Welcome to Rio Claudia Costin, Secretary of Education, Rio de Janeiro 6:00 pm Reception JW Marriott Hotel 7:00 pm Dinner JW Marriott Hotel Day One: Wednesday, September 14 7:30 am Breakfast 8:30 am Welcome and Brief Overview of the Day Juan Romero, CEO, Pearson Latin America 9:15 am Plenary Session: Key Findings and Actions from the 2011 International Summit on the Teaching Profession, New York City John Wilson, NEA. Panelists: Susan Castillo, Oregon; Larry Shumway, Utah; Patricia Wright, Virginia; Marguerite Izzo, NY 2007 Teacher of the Year 10:30 am In Conversation: The Teaching Profession – A Regional Perspective Juan Romero and Laura Motta, National Board of Teacher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture, Uruguay 11:30 am Break Pearson Foundation / Council of Chief State School Officers 2011 International Conference on Education Extending the Teaching Profession: Innovative Approaches for Developing and Sustaining Effective Classroom Practices Rio de Janeiro, Brazil • September 13–16, 2011 Agenda

11. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Packaging client: Miller-Coors project: design extension and seasonal promotional packaging agency: Landor • Created mechanical files and design extensions for full suite of brand packaging in a wide-range of sizes and formats for Coors, Coors Light and rebranding launch of Miller High Life Background MillerCoors, the second-largest brewer in the United States, relies heavily on its packaging to attract consumers and build brand equity and preference. Coors Light, one of the company’s flagship brands, recently refined its verbal positioning to “refreshment as cold as the Rockies.” The success of the recent Coors Banquet rebranding provided another reason to reevaluate Coors Light’s visual identity and create a more distinctive, compelling brand look. A similar Coors Light Elevating refreshment as cold as the Rockies ackground llerCoors, the second-largest brewer in the United ates, relies heavily on its packaging to attract nsumers and build brand equity and preference. oors Light, one of the company’s flagship brands, cently refined its verbal positioning to “refreshment cold as the Rockies.” The success of the recent oors Banquet rebranding provided another reason reevaluate Coors Light’s visual identity and create more distinctive, compelling brand look. A similar proach was needed to better connect emotionally th consumers, using cold and refreshing cues to apfrog competitors. hallenge e silver color of the Coors Light can reinforced ld” but the execution appeared flat and gray, d the mountain imagery was largely obscured an overly dominant brandmark. The Landor team worked the use of silver in subtle gradations and roduced blue to further reinforce refreshment. The ountain imagery became more heroic through bold, otorealistic imagery. To showcase the new vented de mouth can, Landor incorporated an impactful, petizing product shot that demonstrates the oduct’s smooth pour and refreshing nature. gether these elements informed the brand look d feel for all consumer communications. olution st a few weeks after introducing the refreshed ok, in-market results validated consumer research edictions: In the four weeks ending 19 April 2008, oors Light sales increased 6.7 percent, more than ice the rate for its segment and nearly doubling its are point gain from the same period the previous ar (AC Nielsen)—growth rates not seen since the 70s (Advertising Age, 19 May 2008). Coors Light sales Coors Reinventing the legend 01 02 Above The new pa cross as a k 01 The new ca to the iconi 02 The overall elements an shelf. Background Please use long form case (long case is published on landor.com): Long form case should be used: https://www.landornet.com/ Secure/Landor/KnowledgeCenters2/? KnowledgeCenterAssetID=24095 Launched in 1903, Miller High Life quickly became one of the country’s premier beers. Referred to as “The Champagne Beers,” it was offered in distinctive clear glass bottles reminiscent of champagne bottles. Other Solution Given Miller High Life’s once iconic nature, we saw an opportunity to celebrate its 100+ year history and elevate the brand to new levels of success. In order to improve consumer perceptions, we contemporized and better leveraged its revered and iconic brand elements —the Soft Cross, its proprietary bottle and the Girl in the Moon. By stepping away from traditional below premium beer segment semiotics such as ice, heavy gradients and angled type and simplifying the overall visual Success The new pa allowed the beyond the against mor higher price Marketing O has a great insights and our brands. Coors Light about our e

12. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Packaging client: Black Diamond Brewery project: brand launch and packaging agency: kenCreative • Created mechanical files for brand identity, bottle labels, six-pack, growler and corrugated cases for brand launch with three beer flavors for Bay Area based craft brewer

13. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Packaging client: Whitney Farms project: packaging redesign and extension agency: kenCreative • Created mechanical files for boxed and bagged garden products for 18 SKUs of plant foods and three SKUs of lawn care products

14. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Packaging client: Shutterfly project: packaging launch and partnership materials agency: kenCreative • Created mechanicals for retail boxes, gift cars and point-of-sale informational materials for retail partnership with Target

15. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Point of Sale Posters client: Peet’s Coffee & Tea project: seasonal point-of-sale display agency: in-house • Created mechanicals for seasonal marketing posters for in-store display Process Black Process Yellow Pantone 166 Peet’s Cream 3c 1m 9y DS 6-9 C 0c 7m 17y 9k Process Magenta Process Cyan ink colors 4cp colors DATE FILE NAME DESCRIPTION March 8, 2010 A10_B10A_Poster_Coff_Fredd_19x29.ai Poster, Summer A10_B10A Peet’s Coffee & Tea 1400 Park Avenue Emeryville, CA 94608 Tel 510.594.2100 Fax 510.594.2180 www.peets.com APPLICATION AND VERSION DIMENSIONS COLORS Adobe Illustrator CS4 19" W x 29" H 4c process + 1 spot APPROVALS mech CREATIVE SERVICES MARKETING Feels Like Summer Tastes Like Peet’s Mocha Freddo CaffèFreddo S10_B10A S10_B10A_Poster_Cof_Fredd_19x29.ai 1 3/22/10 1:55 PM S10_B10D INTRODUCING Godiva Dark Chocolate Raspberry Freddo

16. Chris Pappamichiel Print Production Vehicle Wrap client: Pearson Foundation project: We Give Books ReadMobile campaign tour vehicles agency: in-house • Designed layouts and created mechanicals for multiple vehicles used in ongoing event-based literacy program

17. Chris Pappamichiel Digital Production App Graphics – Artwork client: Pearson Education project: Pearson System of Courses iPad app development agency: in-house Unit Home Screens, Kindergarten & Grade 1 • Created art files for each element, working from design PSDs, for more than 40 Units • Managed asset uploads to CMS, and confirmed art placement and accuracy • Created spec documentation for developer teams and followed up with QA analysis of graphic elements in staged environment QA with spec details for Dev Team

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Chris Pappamichiel Digital Production App Graphics – UI elements client: Pearson Education project: Pearson System of Courses iPad app development agency: in-house Teacher modules, Kindergarten Grade 1 • Created cut art graphics from PSD UI design files for multiple components of app • Created spec documentation for developer teams and followed up with QA analysis of graphic elements in staged environment Teacher module for class management tools (50+ screens) googly-eyes-off.png left-audio-microphone.png Student-dropdown-01-top.png Student-dropdown-05-divider-line.png googly-eyes-on.png left-speech-bubble-check-mark.png Student-dropdown-02-received.png Student-dropdown-06-two-replies.png left-audio-microphone-check-mark.png left-speech-bubble.png Student-dropdown-04-one-reply.png Student-dropdown-07-bottom-load-more googly-eyes-off.png left-audio-microphone.png Student-dropdown-01-top.png Student-dropdown-05-divider-line.png googly-eyes-on.png left-speech-bubble-check-mark.png 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19. Home Contact Us Giving Affiliations Job Opportunities Oak Center Towers Presidio Gate Apartments San Francisco Towers Spring Lake Village Los Gatos Meadows St. Paul’s Towers Canterbury Woods About EHF Jennings’ Senior Housing Leadership Affordable Housing Community OutreachLife Care Communities Episcopal Homes Foundation is a leader in senior housing that begins with independent living and evolves as needs change. Since 1965, EHF has built, opened and operated five Life Care retirement communities in northern California. All EHF communities hold Life Care licenses from the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC) and are certified by the state of California. Life Care and EHF Communities Episcopal Homes Foundation communities offer seniors freedom and independence with the assurance of continuing care and assisted living when you need it. Seniors who live in Episcopal Homes Foundation Northern California retirement communities never have to worry about their futures-where they will go if they require assisted living or what they will do if their financial resources decline. The continuing care offered to seniors by EHF Life Care communities provides security and peace of mind, leaving you to enjoy your independence, an active lifestyle and carefree retirement. Our Mission Statement Episcopal Homes Foundation provides housing and services with respect and dignity to seniors, supporting independence and self-worth, and encouraging the continued intellectual, physical, social, and spiritual growth of each recipient. We invite you to visit and learn more about our Life Care Communities, Affordable Housing Programs, and Community Outreach. Life Care retirement communities offered by Episcopal Homes Foundation are designed for qualified seniors 65 years or better who live independently and are in good health for their age. As a prerequisite for admission, each resident is required to be enrolled in, and maintain Medicare Parts A and B. Admission is not available for seniors who currently require assisted living. Episcopal Homes Foundation Annual Audit Report 3/31/05 (pdf) Accrediation Each of the five Episcopal Homes Foundation Life Care retirement communities has undergone a rigorous self-evaluative process to achieve accreditation. Our communities have earned the prestigious industry “stamp of approval” from the Washington, D.C. based Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CCAC), the national accrediting agency for retirement facilities. HIPAA Compliance ©2006 Episcopal Homes Foundation. All rights reserved. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Body Copy Philosophy Visit our other Communities CW LGM SLV SFT Current Newsletter Current Events Contact Us address e-mail Life Care Community, SLife Care Community, SLife Care Community pecific (SPT) March 28, 2006 parks, shopping, entertainment map (Mapquest/Yahoo/Google) Chamber of Commerce Full Life Care Skilled Nursing Center On-Site Clinics Sample Interiors Exteriors Unique Characteristics Space dedicated to special local information E C D A B Chris Pappamichiel Digital Production Production for Website Design client: Episcopal Homes Foundation project: website redesign agency: kenCreative • Created presentation files for client review and production files for navigation assets • Created artwork, buttons, and specs for website coding and development

20. Welcome to PIER 39, San Francisco’s #1 Attraction, where everyday is a festival with more than 10.5 million visitors per year! PIER 39 Market Development is the official in-house sponsorship agency for PIER 39 and the representative agency for other high traffic locations and events, including, The Shop America Alliance and Tourism Conference, Irvine Spectrum Center and Fashion Island -- both located in Orange County, CA. Leveraging over 25 years of marketing and sales experience and the assets of PIER 39 and represented properties, we work with our clients to design customized, interactive campaigns. These tailored sponsorships are promoted in captive environments that drive consumer participation and ultimately increase brand loyalty and profitability. Opportunities • Corporate Partnerships • Event Sponsorships • Sampling/Display/Product Introduction • Attraction Sponsorships • Outdoor Advertising Venue and Visitor Profile Clients • Corporate Partners • Sampling/Display/Product Introduction Sponsors Other Properties/Services Entertainment Restaurants Sea Lions Bay Views Carousel Search Go Events Shopping Dining Attractions Information Locate Us Media Group Programs Leasing San Francisco’s Premier Bay Attraction Professional, Sponsorship Home Page, Alternate Logo Arrangement, Feb 16, 2006 Sponsorships Contact Information Beth Schnitzer Vice President Market Development beth@pier39.com Phone: 415.705.5500 Fax: 415.956.2911 Julie LaBenz Director, Partnership Marketing Sales julie@pier39.com Phone: 415.705.5565 Fax: 415.956.2911 Aaron Sosnowski Manager, Partnership Marketing Sales aaron@pier39.com Phone: 415.705.5584 Fax: 415.956.2911 Darren Iverson Partnership Marketing Sales ConsultantPartnership Marketing Sales Consultant Darren_Iverson@yahoo.com Phone: 952.926.3943 Fax: 415.305.2577 Chris Pappamichiel Digital Production Production for Website Design client: Pier 39 and Blue Gold Fleet project: website redesign agency: kenCreative • Created presentation files for client review and layered PSD for navigation assets • Create sized artwork, buttons, and specs for website coding and development Welcome to PIER 39, San Francisco’s #1 Attraction, where everyday is a festival with more than 10.5 million visitors per year! PIER 39 Market Development is the official in-house sponsorship agency for PIER 39 and the representative agency for other high traffic locations and events, including, The Shop America Alliance and Tourism Conference, Irvine Spectrum Center and Fashion Island -- both located in Orange County, CA. Leveraging over 25 years of marketing and sales experience and the assets of PIER 39 and represented properties, we work with our clients to design customized, interactive campaigns. These tailored sponsorships are promoted in captive environments that drive consumer participation and ultimately increase brand loyalty and profitability. Opportunities • Corporate Partnerships • Event Sponsorships • Sampling/Display/Product Introduction • Attraction Sponsorships • Outdoor Advertising Venue and Visitor Profile Clients • Corporate Partners • Sampling/Display/Product Introduction Sponsors Other Properties/Services Entertainment Restaurants Sea Lions Bay Views Carousel Search Go Events Shopping Dining Attractions Information Locate Us Media Group Programs Leasing San Francisco’s Premier Bay Attraction Professional, Sponsorship Home Page, Alternate Logo Arrangement, Feb 16, 2006 Sponsorships Contact Information Beth Schnitzer Vice President Market Development beth@pier39.com Phone: 415.705.5500 Fax: 415.956.2911 Julie LaBenz Director, Partnership Marketing Sales julie@pier39.com Phone: 415.705.5565 Fax: 415.956.2911 Aaron Sosnowski Manager, Partnership Marketing Sales aaron@pier39.com Phone: 415.705.5584 Fax: 415.956.2911 Darren Iverson Partnership Marketing Sales ConsultantPartnership Marketing Sales Consultant Darren_Iverson@yahoo.com Phone: 952.926.3943 Fax: 415.305.2577 Ride RocketBoat, the newest and most exciting thrill ride on San Francisco Bay! Beach Street The Embarcadero San Francisco, CA 94133 • For More Information Call 415.773.1188 Charter Events Available • Special Discounts for Groups of 15 or More An Adrenaline Pumping Rush of Fun Schedule / Pricing / directionS Pricing / other Bay tourS Calling all thrill seekers… The ultimate thrill ride is about to be unleashed on San Francisco Bay. Check out the brand new RocketBoat –

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