This annual report uses compelling design, imagery, and text to get at the heart of what Western Environmental Law Center wanted to accomplish: a report showing the impact their supporters can be proud of, highlighting accomplishments in just one year, and demonstrating how partnering together with staff, supporters, and clients makes a real difference for the natural heritage, native wildlife, and clean energy future for the American West. By showcasing breath-taking images, balanced with storytelling from people who fight in court, the viewer understands the realness of this organization and the wildlife, special places, and communities they work to protect. Names of everyone who supported this organization plus financial statements are woven in, so donors are acknowledged, know the organization is stable, and know their donations are truly making a difference. Report is 24 pages, size 8.5” x 7.5”. Paper copies available; printed on 100% post-consumer paper with soy inks.
Jackie Marlette is based in Eugene, Oregon and has a diverse background in graphic design, creative arts, communications, fundraising, and outdoor education. She works at the Western Environmental Law Center, a nonprofit public interest organization that uses the power of the law to safeguard the public lands, wildlife, and communities of the American West in the face of a changing climate. She also does graphic design, face painting, and creative art projects that benefit the greater good. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016 International Design Awards Honorable Mention for Graphic Design.
Graduated summa cum laude from Northern Arizona University. She won the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science Hydrology Presentation Award, Lowell Observatory Achievement Award, and was the University’s Standard Bearer.