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As a writer, editor, communications executive, and consultant, Miriam Arond produces award-winning content that enlightens, educates, and helps people lead their best lives. She is coauthor of the groundbreaking book The First Year of Marriage: What to Expect, What to Accept and What You Can Change, was Editor in Chief of Child and American Health magazines, and Director of the legendary Good Housekeeping Institute. She is coauthor with Dr. Samuel Pauker of the blog "Depression: A Guide for the Perplexed" on psychology today.com, is president of Miriam Arond Consulting, LLC, a boutique brand strategy consulting firm, has been interviewed on dozens of TV and radio shows and podcasts, and presented at conferences nationwide. 
 

BRAND & CONTENT STRATEGY CONSULTING 

Miriam works with for-profit and non-profit clients to increase their visibility and success by creating customized plans to fully leverage their unique assets and strengths across multiple platforms. Her clients have included colleges, environmental organizations, mental health and learning centers, consumer product companies, and professionals, including lawyers and TV broadcasters. She has helped launch successful initiatives at some of the largest American companies and organizations, including:  March of Dimes, Smithsonian Institute, James Beard Foundation, Yahoo, Edison Nation, and Partnership for a Healthier America. 

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CONTENT CREATION

Miriam specializes in writing and editing award-winning content for magazines, books, websites, newspapers, and for-profit and non-profit businesses. She is coauthor, with Dr. Samuel Pauker, of The First Year of Marriage: What to Expect, What to Accept and What You Can Change (Warner Books), which has been published in six editions. She coauthors a blog on PsychologyToday.com with Dr. Pauker called "Depression: A Guide for the Perplexed." Miriam has written and edited articles for some of the largest publishing companies in America, including Hearst, Meredith Corporation, Reader's Digest, Conde Nast, and the New York Times Magazine Group. She has been interviewed on Today, Good Morning American, CNN American Morning, CBS Morning Show, and dozens of other programs.

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Good Housekeeping, Child magazine, and American Health magazines
 
Writer, Editor, Brand Consultant Miriam Arond speaking at an event

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Miriam  has presented groundbreaking findings about health, parenting, food, marriage, and sustainability at numerous conferences, including:  American Psychiatric Association, American Psychoanalytic Association, Association for Couples in Marriage Enrichment, Kraft Foods Parenting Group, Emunah Women of America, Marketing2Moms, James Beard, Good & Green Expo, Sustainable Furnishings Council, and the Consumer Specialty Products Association.

 

She has led expert panels about motherhood and child development and hosted numerous events, including Child Magazine's Children's Champion Awards, with Marion Wright Edelman, Geoffrey Canada, Joe Torre, Maya Angelou, Judy Blume, Tony Danza, and Paul Newman in attendance and Child Magazine's Book Awards, with Julie Andrews, Spike Lee, Maurice Sendak, and Eric Carle. In addition to being a guest on dozens of TV,  radio shows, and podcasts, she has been quoted in numerous newspapers and magazines, includingWall St. Journal, USA Today, and Newsweek.

 

Miriam's commitment to children, families, health, mental health, education, and sustainability have been evident throughout her career. She has created signature events to celebrate game changers, individuals who have made significant contributions in the lives of today's families. She has also 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.

ADVOCACY 

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AWARDS

Miriam Arond has won over 40 awards for excellence in writing, magazine editorial and design, website design and content, team leadership, and commitment to health, children, and safety.

Webby Awards
MIN - Media Industry News
Folio's Eddie and Ozzie Award Winners
Society of Professional Journalists' Deadline Club Award
James Beard Foundation Award for Excellence—Child magazine
Clarion Award—Child Magazine