Audio interviews yield great, emotional moments. But they also can be used – as the Kellogg Foundation did in our collaboration – as the basis for features in informational and promotional materials. We interviewed Angelica, a young gang member in Detroit’s Mexicantown neighborhood, who with the help of a Kellogg Foundation-funded after-school program, used her passion for rap music to express herself and revision her future. Kellogg featured her photo on the cover of their Annual Report, and her words (edited by Long Haul) in an essay that took center stage in the report itself. Her story was subsequently broadcast on Michigan Radio, the state’s public radio network.