Here at dtjoyce.com, I have built a major new section of my portfolio highlighting my work in PowerPoint and public presentations. One of my core strengths is my ability to take abstract data and information and break it down in a way that gives it more meaning and impact for elected officials, the media, and the public. These vivid PowerPoint presentations demonstrate my success in doing so.
The page for each PowerPoint presentation features images of slides from the presentation as well as background information and related links. Each also offers a video version of the presentation so users can see the full presentation, including all animations and slide transitions, just as the original audience saw it. (These video versions are also available on my YouTube channel and, increasingly, on my Vimeo page.)
Readers will also notice a significantly expanded library of my past and current work on my Scribd page. In particular, I am nearing completion of a comprehensive review of my work for the DollarWise campaign at The United States Conference of Mayors starting in 2006. Among the items now posted are:
- Annual editions of the DollarWise Resource Book from 2006–07, 2007–08, and 2008–09.
- Annual editions of the DollarWise Financial Education Curriculum Matrix from 2006–07, 2007–08, and 2008–09.
- A series of publications called DollarWise Best Practices, each highlighting several cities’ efforts on the Earned Income Tax Credit (two editions: 2007 and 2009) and savings and banking.
- A series of publications called DollarWise Model Programs, providing a comprehensive overview of financial education initiatives in San Francisco, Miami, and Akron, Ohio.
- A publication highlighting the recipients of the 2009 DollarWise Innovation Grants (then called Capacity Grants).
Look for even more in my portfolio in the coming weeks and months!