The vision of Project Tomorrow is to ensure that today’s students are well prepared to be tomorrow’s innovators, leaders and engaged citizens of the world. We believe that by supporting the innovative uses of science, math and technology resources in our K-12 schools and communities, students will develop the critical thinking, problem solving and creativity skills needed to compete and thrive in the 21st century.
For Immediate Release:
January 26, 2016
Irvine, Calif. — Project Tomorrow hired Amber Taylor as its first Director of Communications and Collaborations. Taylor has been supporting Project Tomorrow’s communications efforts for the last 10 years, but now takes on an expanded and more strategic role at the nonprofit education organization.
“Over the years, Amber has helped us grow the audience for our national Speak Up surveys and reports and has been key in communicating with reporters and editors about our data and research projects,” said Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow. “We look forward to working more closely with her to get our work into the hands of even more people to further improve education across the country.”
Based in Washington, D.C., Taylor will also help represent the organization in education policy circles with partners, the Administration and lawmakers.
For 20 years, Taylor has been providing strategic communications planning and execution for a wide range of clients, focusing on launching and building communications programs for groups working on education, environmental, research, technology, labor and economic issues. Her areas of expertise include media relations, social media, video production, content creation and website development. Her clients and employers have included Child Trends, First 5 California, American Institutes for Research, Presidential Awards for Mathematics & Science Teachers, Cable in the Classroom and Alliance for American Manufacturing.
Taylor has an M.A. in political management from The George Washington University, and a B.A in political science and a certificate in political communications from Ohio University.
About Project Tomorrow
Project Tomorrow, an internationally recognized education nonprofit organization, supports the innovative uses of research-based science, math and technology resources to develop critical thinking, problem solving and creativity in K-12 students. Project Tomorrow addresses the challenges of developing schools for the 21st century through national research projects, community and school-based programs, online tools and resources, and advocacy efforts to ensure that all students are prepared to be tomorrow’s leaders, innovators and engaged citizens of the world.