Miriam Brisbin is a solutions-oriented communications professional with measurable program successes in both marketing and corporate communications in the government and non-profit advocacy spaces. She has expertise in change management, communications, project management and stakeholder engagement.
Prior to joining CURA Strategies, Miriam was a Senior Analyst for Java Productions Incorporated (JPI), working as a communications consultant for the Department of Homeland Security. In this role, she drafted content for a variety of deliverables, including talking points and prep materials for high level leadership and SES clients, newsletters, intranet content and case studies. She provided branding and messaging support, guiding internal and external communications efforts through strategic planning, stakeholder analysis, event management and development of key messages.
Miriam has always had a passion for heath, wellness and creating positive change, and currently serves as lead liaison between Advocates for Opioid Recovery (AOR) Advisors Newt Gingrich, Patrick J. Kennedy, and Van Jones, working closely with their teams to respond to media inquiries, draft advocacy materials from joint statements to website content, organize events, and more to demonstrate the value of the bipartisan issue that is breaking down barriers to opioid addiction treatment. She also supports The Pacific Business Group on Health, The California Quality Collaborative, and The American Telemedicine Association through development of branding and marketing strategies to include application to and creation of website redesign, email marketing, templates, case studies, toolkits, and press kits. Miriam also has experience with media pitching and coordination with reporters from top tier organizations to include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, TIME Magazine, The New Yorker and Fox News for a NYC media tour.