This page features tips for your presentation.
First of all, this is your story; this is autobiographical, providing in particular your answers to three important questions:
Here are some specific thoughts, perhaps some "sections" of your presentation:
Specifically I encourage you to put a "spotlight" on someone (someone you've known personally, or historically) who has inspired you, embedded in your presentation. Mention them by name, and include a snippet about their influence. It gives your presentation a personal touch, and honors them!
Stories are always good! If you have some to share, that generally enhances a project.
Pictures (and other graphics) will also enhance your presentation: remember that this is destined for the web, and you'll want to make it visually appealing.
Mathematics: You are to include a focus on (at least) one interesting piece of mathematics in your presentation. Perhaps that's something in a current course, but it might also be that first thing that inspired you to think that you might like doing mathematics with your life and career.
Presumably this mathematics was the focus of your paper for this course, which you can link back to from your presentation. But it could be something else, perhaps a project that you worked on as a young student, etc.