THROUGHOUT HER CAREER, Miriam Arond has been committed to producing outstanding content that enlightens, educates, and helps people lead their best lives. Miriam has worked with some of the largest and most established American publishing companies, consumer product brands, and mission-driven organizations to ensure that they stand out and thrive in today's highly competitive marketplace. As a writer, editor, and president of Miriam Arond Consulting, LLC, a boutique branding company, she has a keen eye for pinpointing missed opportunities and fully leveraging projects for maximum success.
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As president of Miriam Arond Consulting, LLC, Miriam works with a wide array of for-profit and non-profit clients to provide 360° solutions to build their businesses and achieve their goals. Working collaboratively, she provides highly customized services include honing mission, target audiences, messaging, cross-platform content and marketing, social media, PR strategy, and management processes. With a proven record of having developed bold, dynamic synergistic partnerships and brand extensions at some of the largest organizations in America, including Hearst, Meredith Corporation, Reader's Digest, New York Times Magazine Group, March of Dimes, James Beard Foundation, and Sarah Lawrence College, Miriam helps clients fully leverage their brand assets to build brand reputation, visibility, effectiveness, and growth. Read what Miriam's colleagues and clients have to say.
As the Editor in Chief of award-winning national magazines and an award-winning writer, Miriam Arond has extensive experience creating compelling, newsworthy, and trendsetting content As coauthor of the first book on the first year of marriage, she broke the "code of secrecy" about the newlywed year, based on an exclusive, groundbreaking nationwide survey of newlyweds. Throughout her publishing career, she has written and edited breakthrough articles about mental health, integrative medicine, family relationships, child development, nutrition, consumer products, beauty, fitness, education, and more. At a time when there is a lot of chatter across all media channels, she is committed to developing stellar content across all platforms.
Miriam has been a guest on dozens of TV and radio shows, sharing findings and insights about health, parenting, nutrition, consumer behavior, and sustainability. She has appeared on Today, Good Morning America, CBS Morning Show, CNN, Talk of the Nation, and Fox Business News and been quoted in the Wall St. Journal, Time Out New York, USA Today, and Newsweek. Miriam has presented at thought leadership conferences hosted by numerous organizations, including American Psychiatric Association, American Psychoanalytic Association, Association for Couples in Marriage Enrichment, Kraft Foods Parenting Group, Emunah Women of America, Marketing2Moms Conference, James Beard Food Conference, Good & Green Expo, Sustainable Furnishings Council, and the Consumer Specialty Products Association Conference.
Miriam brings a passion for advocacy to all her mission-driven work. As Director of the Good Housekeeping Institute, she launched the Green Good Housekeeping Seal, an environmental overlay to the legendary Good Housekeeping Seal, partnered with the James Beard Foundation to address food sustainability and hunger across America, and worked with Partnership for a Healthier America, Clinton Global Initiative, and the Smithsonian Institute. As Editor in Chief of Child magazine, she launched Children's Champion Awards, honoring such child advocates as Marian Wright Edelman, Geoffrey Canada, Marlo Thomas, Judy Blume, and Joe Torre. She served on the National Board of Trustees of the March of Dimes, Advisory Board of the Child Development Institute at Sarah Lawrence College, Board of Directors of American Friends of Soroka Medical Center, and Board of Directors of the Entertainment Software Review Board. She spearheaded and hosted American Health’s Advocacy Awards, saluting health champions, including colon cancer screening advocate Katie Couric and Nancy Brinker, founder of Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Miriam Arond has won over 40 awards for excellence in journalism, brand innovations, website design and content, magazine editorial and design, team leadership, and commitment to health, children, and safety.