How do you communicate success to your audience? Tell stories. That’s what I did by overseeing the entire project of this annual report for TomTod Ideas. I interviewed stakeholders, analyzed data, and wrote the content. I collaborated with the nonprofit’s designer to communicate the visual tone, and I oversaw the production and printing process. Selected copy below.
TomTod Ideas 2016 Annual Report
We implement four programmatic areas that empower middle school people and explore how imagination and ideas benefit the common good.
From summer camps to in-school curricula, from student idea launches to community collaborations, our programming amplifies our students, our schools, and our community.
All that we do centers on the concept of asking “what if?”
We encourage students to imagine the world as it could be, where their ideas and dreams are heard, accepted, and put into action.
What if middle schoolers were today’s leaders? What if young people didn’t have to wait to be an adult to change the world? What if their voices, ideas, and imaginations all enhanced the common good?
Let’s find out...