August 25, 2022 

A man with wavy blonde hair smiles, light shining behind him. My name is Seth Johnson, and I am the new communications manager with the Indiana Blind Children’s Foundation.

An Indianapolis native, I discovered my love for writing in high school and interned for the Indianapolis publication NUVO, before attending Ball State University. After graduating with a journalism degree, I moved back to Indy’s Fountain Square neighborhood and quickly began working as a freelance journalist, covering arts and culture for a myriad of outlets including The Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis Monthly, NUVO, Visit Indy and more. In my years as a journalist, I’ve interviewed everyone from Grammy award-winning artists to the Indiana Pacers’ starting five, sharing their stories with the public through my own unique lens.

As someone who is visually impaired, accessibility is also a huge passion of mine. For this reason, I was drawn to my current role as communications manager at IBCF, where I plan to use my storytelling skill set to help in lifting up the voices of blind and visually impaired children living in Indiana. To keep up with my communications efforts, please be sure to follow the Indiana Blind Children’s foundation across all social media platforms, while also continuing to read our monthly newsletters.



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