My resume and projects

Tabitha Dumas, blogger, author, teacher, speaker & Certified Image Consultant

My resume and projects

Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Arizona Christian University with a certificate in Bible.

Published at age 14

Five years of retail sales experience

10+ years in the direct sales industry

Etsy shop owner for over four years

A work-from-home mom since 2005

Social media consultant since 2005

Blogging since 2007

Pinterest pro with 800,000+ monthly views

Servicing small business owners and entrepreneurs since 2012

Current Projects & Affiliations ~ frequently updated

**NEW!** See my feature on Voyage Phoenix here.

Certified Christian Image Consultant via Shari Braendel of Fashion Meets Faith.

Chandler Gilbert MOPS group coordinator.

Board member and programs committee member for HD SOUTH, Home of the Gilbert Historical Museum (3rd term).

Retreat workshop leader + devotion contributor and editor for loveSTRONG Ministries.

Contributing author for The Mom Quilt benefiting Mercy House Kenya.

Cohort/brand ambassador for

Past projects

Writer for East Valley Moms Blog.

Blog contributor + Image and Copywriting Consultant for Modern Biz Chicks.

Vendor Etiquette Expert and Social Media Consultant for Marketplace Matters.

Blog contributor for The Solopreneur Blog.

Gilbert Chamber of Commerce member & ambassador

Mary Kay Advanced Color consultant for five years

Servant Minister and Global Leadership Summit 2015 Assistant Onsite Event Manager at Central Christian Church

Image and color consultant for Gilbert Woman magazine’s cover girl

CIC Group Coordinator, Social Media and Content Strategist for CEO Shari Braendel with Fashion Meets Faith

Ghost writer and editor for the blog on Ben Franklin Plumbing AZ

“She Says” devotion contributor for Central Christian Church of Arizona

Secretary of the Gilbert Women’s Leadership Circle committee

Branding, copywriting, content strategy and styling for April Carpenter of Simple Space Solutions {in partnership with the talented ladies of Shine Avenue Creative}

Branding assistance, copywriting and content strategy for Jen Zils of Kids Eat Vegetables {in partnership with the talented ladies of Shine Avenue Creative}

Editing of the opt-in for Liz Illg of LizIllg.com {in partnership with the talented ladies of Shine Avenue Creative}

Editor for CEO Kim Marie Branch-Pettid of LeTip.

Copywriting and editing for TNT Shredding.

Blog contributor for local Gilbert marketing firm 910 West.

Samples & guest posts

East Valley Moms Blog:

Gratitude saved my life

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

How to help a mom

Homework caddy from the Dollar Store

Postpartum Anxiety: my story

Having kids with a big age gap

Favorite baby gifts for the first six months

Earth Day for lazy moms

Becoming an accidental co-sleeper

Hosting a Blessingway

39 and pregnant

I’m not cool

My mom fails

Confessions of a wannabe gardener

Host a spring tea party on the cheap

Embrace the 2017 color trends

Devotions:

“Keep Your Hopes Up” devotion for loveSTRONG Ministries

“I’m a Winner!” devotion for loveSTRONG Ministries

“Resting and Receiving” devotion for loveSTRONG Ministries

“All Things Work Together” devotion for loveSTRONGMinistries

“I’ll Pray About It” devotion for loveSTRONG Ministries

“Grace Growers” devotion for loveSTRONG Ministries

Articles:

Craft Your Look to Stand Out from the Crowd guest post for Abby Herman of Write Solutions

22 Reasons Gilbert is One of the Best Places to Live in America on GilbertDailyprss.com (editing and revising)

“Get Noticed and Become Unforgettable on Pinterest” guest post on ECoachErin.com

“YOU are the face of your business: Image and Marketing” guest post for Coach Erin.

“Put Your Oxygen Mask On: Making Time for YOU” guest post on McAuley Freelance Writing’s blog.

“Why Image Matters for Solopreneurs” guest post on The Solopreneur Blog.

910 West blog contributor: 

Instagram for Business.

Pinterest For Brands.

How Companies Can Reward Brand Loyalty.

Small Things Make a Big Impression In Customer Service.

Five Ways to Know If Your Website Needs a Makeover.

Sales Cycle of Attract, Capture, Nurture…

part 1: attract new business

part 2: capture leads with a call to action

part 3: nurture campaign

Splickety magazine blog contributor:

Keep Your Cool

FALL

What Are You Thinking About?

Cast a Small Net

Five Ways That Writing Things Down Can Help You Avoid Brain Overload

Beyond Beige: Choosing Paint Colors You Love

Have You Lost Your Voice?

Color Ratio to Break Out of the Boring Box

Five Ways to Maximize Networking Meetings

Artistic Journaling

Keep Your Hopes Up

What’s So Great About Pinterest?

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