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COJECO RSJ Symposium

Miriam Brosseau

Principal, Tiny Windows Consulting

Miriam Brosseau is Principal of Tiny Windows Consulting, a nonprofit consultancy dedicated to helping mission-driven leaders make the world a kinder, braver, more curious place through asking bigger questions and telling smaller stories. Before launching Tiny Windows in 2018, Miriam spent 12 years working inside nonprofits including running the Jewish TED-style platform ELI Talks (as its first Program Director). As Chief Innovation Officer of See3 Communications, she consulted with a wide range of organizations including Make-A-Wish America, the BUILD Initiative, and the Alzheimer's Association. In her frequent collaborations with Lisa Colton of Darim Online, Miriam helps Jewish organizations design and implement digital storytelling that supports on-the-ground community-building. Outside of her consulting practice, Miriam is involved in Jewish arts and culture. She cohosts the podcast "Throwing Sheyd: Better Living Through Jewish Demonology," and spent five years as half of the "biblegum pop" duo Stereo Sinai (both in partnership with her husband, Alan Sufrin). Miriam is a member of the ROI Network of young Jewish innovators and was named to the New York Jewish Week's "36 Under 36" list in 2013. Miriam got her BA in Jewish Studies and Modern Hebrew at UW-Madison, her MA in Jewish Professional Studies from Spertus Institute, and holds certificates in Storytelling for Influence from IDEO and in Inbound from Hubspot. Miriam is mom to two beautiful boys and spends her free time reading, singing, and roller skating.


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