Miriam BrosseauSenior Strategist
A Jewish nonprofit veteran and creative communications strategist, Miriam Brosseau loves to help mission-driven leaders ask bigger questions and tell smaller stories. She was the first Director of the TED-style platform ELI Talks, resulting in over 100 talks, a million minutes viewed around the world, and a Telly Award. As Chief Innovation Officer of See3 Communications, she designed, led, and evaluated a professional development series on storytelling for Make-A-Wish America and its chapters. Miriam also served as the interim Director of Marketing for global crowdfunding platform Charidy. She frequently collaborates with Lisa Colton of Darim Consulting on projects that help Jewish nonprofits pivot their models and build community in the digital age. Miriam holds a masters in Jewish Professional Studies from Spertus and a certification in Storytelling for Influence from IDEO. She is a member of the ROI network of young Jewish entrepreneurs, and was named to both the New York Jewish Week’s “36 Under 36” list in 2013, and Chicago’s “Double Chai in the Chi” in 2019. Jewish professional by day, Jewish creative by night, Miriam is half of the “biblegum pop” duo Stereo Sinai and co-hosts the podcast “Throwing Sheyd: Better Living Through Jewish Demonology,” both with her husband Alan Jay Sufrin. The rest of the time, she’s reading, roller skating, and wrangling her two gorgeous kiddos.