I’m proud of it — it was one of the fastest turnaround publication’s I’ve done (I authored and designed the content, my fabulous coworker Sarah Streyle did the cover design, bosses edited), although a lot of this represents work/research that my team and I have accomplished over the last year and a half — and it’s quite a dynamic team!
I’m already coming up with things I should have done with the report and the press release, but I’m really proud of the meat of it, still — the most exciting fact being that 60% of the Fortune 100 prohibit discrimination against transgender workers. That’s change I can believe in.
This is the first time I’ve done a SlideShare presentation, ever — I basically used it as a teaser that I hoped other people would post on their blogs, etc, but so far no bite . I have no idea if it’s the content or just that people aren’t used to SlideShare (SlideShare’s “play” symbol and “embed” button are hidden at the bottom, rather than showing up at the beginning and end of the presentation over the content screen, respectively, like YouTube). I guess I would have done a YouTube video (with no sound…) but I don’t know of a good way to get PowerPoint to YouTube yet.