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What’s New

What’s New Jim (l) with fellow speaker, William Withuhn, Curator of Transportation, Smithsonian Institution. Fall 2022 With COVID restrictions having lifted, we have resumed in-person presentations, initially to the Southampton Historical Society and the Burlington County Historical Society. We have completed a detailed evaluation of the proposal by the Sierra Club and a former site …

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Reaching Us

Reaching Us We are happy to respond to all non-sales inquiries! Note: new engagements are not being solicited. Email us:jim@jimquest.com Write to us at:James Alexander Jr.227 Woodside DriveLumberton, NJ 08048 Call us at:609 620-9662 (no sales calls, please) Use our Form Below (commercial pitches are ignored):

Jim Alexander’s Career

Jim’s Career Communications /Web Content / Management / Always Writing CAREER PROFILE: Jim Alexander has extensive professional experience in creative communications, web site creation and redirection, management, and public affairs. Current focus on web site management for select clients and nonprofit management services. Core competencies and expertise in: Web Content and Design Writing and Editing …

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About Jim and the Site

About Jim and the Website Jim Alexander James Alexander Jr. is an accomplished writer, administrative manager, and web content specialist. His successful career has involved state and local government management, university communications, web site management, and nonprofit administration. This is described at length in the Jim’s Career section. He currently focuses on performing research and …

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The Coin and the Quest

The Coin and the Quest In 1921, a young man joined his parents and brothers to board a ship to bring them from Scotland to the United States of America. They planned to spend a while before moving on to Australia, where they hoped for a new life easier than they had endured during and after …

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