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Dress Lace Inc Employee Profile – Gjovani Pepa

Gjovani Pepa works in the capacity of Senior Software Engineer for Dress-Lace, Inc. San jose, CA. Gjovani Pepa also worked as Lead Software Engineer for Nike, and Software Engineer (IOS) for Dress-Lace, Inc. Gjovani Pepa is skilled in Mobile Applications, User Experience, iOD, , Software Development and Databases. He is also proficient in User Interface Design, eCommerce, iOS Development, RESTful WebServices and Product Management. Gjovani Pepa earned a BS in Computer Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MS in Computer Technology from the University of Southern California. At Dress-Lace, Gjovani Pepa is also responsible for the sales of the following products: Womens Cold Shoulder Shirt – Red / Love Logo, Womens Lightweight Jacket – Purple / Semi-Sheer Layer Of Chiffon, Womens Sexy Sailor Style Bardot Crop Top, Womens Wonder T-Shirt – Long Sleeves / Wonder Graphic, Womens Sweatshirt – Gray Salmon and Cream / Graphic Image, One Shoulder Red Dress – Extra Long Raglan Sleeves / Retro Elbow Patches / Slim Fit, Womens Tee Shirt – White Black / The Letter M, Womens Swing Style Jacket – Pink / Wide Lapels, Womens Tunic Top – Red / Leopard Print Sleeves, Long Sleeve Wrap Dress – Beige / Low Rounded Neckline Plunge / Crossed Hemline At Front, Womens Fashion Model Sweatshirt – White / Graphic Logo on Front, Womens Sweatshirt – Black / White Trim / Hoes Before Bros, Womens Casual Tee – Black and Gray / Duck Theme, Womens Tunic – Pink / White Lace, Lace Sleeves Maxi Dress – Ball gown / Red and Black, Womens Black Sweatshirt – Casual Geek Chic, Womens Tunic – Stripes / Red White and Two Shades of Gray, Mini Dress – Plaid / Blue and Green, High Low Dress – White / Black Trim / Maxi Length In Back, Womens Cold Shoulder Top – Pale Pink / Long Sleeves.

Besides working at Dress-Lace.com Inc., Gjovani Pepa also maintains the website of artsfreedom.org. The artsfreedom website is administered by Freemuse. It contains research and information on news and articles that are provided quite often by members of Artsflex, which is a network around the world that supports artistic freedom. The website was created for The First World Conference on Artistic Freedom of Expression, “All That is Banned is Desired,” in 2012. It remains today, outputting relevant articles on artistic freedom of expression.

http://artsfreedom.org/?p=7002
In this article, “Artists are truth tellers risking their lives for us,” you will be able to watch a video and read the article written by Deeyah Khan. The article is in depth and educational. Deeyah Khan writes about the very fact that artists in regimes that are most oppressive will be one of the first targets of these regimes. Artists are harassed or imprisoned in some countries. …Where societies are based in fear and oppression, art is a seed of hope for a better world. The creative…

http://artsfreedom.org/?p=8292
This article covers the Virtual Museum of Censorship in Lebanon’s interview with Global Voices’ Thalia Rahme. If you have ever been interested in what the Virtual Museum of Censorship in Lebanon or even if you are a fan of it, then do not miss this informative article. The interview is filled with questions that will only grow your knowledge of the Virtual Museum. …We decided not to be intimidated by it, so we fought back and won. As for the museum…

http://artsfreedom.org/?p=5311
This article covers the UN report on the right to artistic expression and creation. You will be able to download the 25 page report or open it from this page. The article covers the main points of the 25 page report, including the key questions for democracy, the conclusion and recommendations of the report, and much, much more! …counterproductive in that it gives wider publicity to controversial artworks. However, the fear censorship generates i…

http://artsfreedom.org/?p=8254
In Pakistan, it is still a struggle for women to enter the music industry. This article, “Pakistan: Women Musicians Speak Out about ‘The Gender Challenge,’” follows female musicians who have done just that. The article includes links to Pakistani music videos and asks pertinent questions and covers important facts. Find out where they learn, learn about safe venues, and much more. …the site of a short-lived Taliban insurgency that proscribed music and dance. Yet, even in Pakistan’s most…

http://artsfreedom.org/?p=8243
A musician who is constantly fighting censorship of his music in Egypt was welcomed to Sweden for two years after an interrogation by National Security Police in June of 2014. He will be living in Malmo, Sweden. He was called the “singer of the revolution” during the uprising against President Mubarak and his regime in 2011. This is the first time he’s been allowed to leave Egypt in a long time. …The cities offer safe residencies for persecuted artists. Originally dedicated to support…

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