In the September/October 2015 issue of Rescue Magazine, Ami wrote the cover story on hunger in America.
One in six Americans do not get enough to eat. The story profiled who is hungry. how they cope with hunger, the impact of hunger on children, and the effects … [more]
We conducted an in-person media relations training for an association client that sought to better understand how to work with the media and suggest ideas for story coverage.
As part of the training, participants:Understood who the media are, their … [more]
We assisted a U.S. government agency with a twitter chat to promote applications for an arts fellowship overseas. The chat was conducted in cooperation by our client and the National Endowment for the Arts.
A script drafted in advance helped guide the … [more]
Helping people eat well and spend less is the point of this infographic, which is structured like a board game. It was created on behalf of the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). The infographic was created for distribution in February 2016 for … [more]
The printed 24-page annual report for the National Veterans Legal Services Program (NVLSP) provides an overview of a nonprofit organization’s accomplishments and finances in a year.
The presentation has a linear flow to it and the design is inviting. … [more]
The Efficient Products Warehouse website is designed to sell products to a targeted niche audience that tends to buy in quantity. The interface values business first, helping customers make purchases quickly, with less emphasis having to be placed … [more]
Ami Neiberger-Miller really enjoyed working with the National Veterans Legal Services Program to put together a discussion panel on May 27, 2015 called “Women Writing About War: Four Authors Join Judy Woodruff.”
Panel ParticipantsGayle … [more]
Understanding the experiences of military children over the last decade plus of war in Iraq and Afghanistan requires tremendous understanding. Steppingstone LLC’s Ami Neiberger-Miller worked with WAMU reporter Kavitha Cardoza on the “Breaking … [more]
This incredible and beautifully written story about teens coping with the death of a loved one who served in the military was featured on the CNN.com home page when it published. Steppingstone LLC’s Ami Neiberger-Miller had several conversations … [more]
This moving story interviewed children of fallen service members for a Memorial Day weekend piece in 2012 featured on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360. Steppingstone LLC’s Ami Neiberger-Miller worked with the producers on a concept for the … [more]
During the TAPS National Military Survivor Seminar & Good Grief Camp in 2014, Ami Neiberger-Miller worked with a number of reporters doing stories about this nonprofit organization’s programs assisting families of fallen military troops. … [more]
For several years, Ami Neiberger-Miller has worked to support the Congressional Breakfast organized by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC). The event honors law enforcement for their work in finding missing children … [more]
Media pitching and on-site event support can be challenging due to the subject matter. In October 2014, Steppingstone LLC’s Ami Neiberger-Miller provided media relations support and on-site management for the TAPS National Military Suicide … [more]
In a moderated panel discussion in 2010 at a conference organized by the Coalition for Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans (CIAV), Steppingstone LLC’s Ami Neiberger-Miller appeared with some of the top reporters covering military, veteran … [more]
Epsilon Sigma Phi (ESP) hired Steppingstone LLC to design a contemporary easy-to-update website, that could help the professional association, connect with its members throughout the country. The site needed to include sections for various committees, … [more]
Professional association Epsilon Sigma Phi (ESP) contacted Steppingstone LLC for assistance with a logo re-design. The association had a logo that had served it for many years, but they felt the logo was dated and needed an update. The association was … [more]
Written for InSite magazine, this article discusses preventing child exploitation within faith-based settings. “No More Tears” offers tips from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) while also talking … [more]
Ami Neiberger-Miller published an academic essay in an anthology, Resisting the Holocaust, edited by Ruby Rohrlich, a well-known historian and early feminist. The essay was titled, “An Uncommon Bond of Friendship: Family and Survival in … [more]
Ami spoke in 2014 at Columbia University for a group of journalism students on how to cover traumatic events with sensitivity. She talked about the challenges inherent in trying to report about traumatic events that have hurt people and used her experiences … [more]
Ami Neiberger-Miller wrote this article offering tips for rescue mission staff on coping with public relations during a crisis. She interviewed staff from the Portland Rescue Mission in Oregon and City Rescue Mission in Oklahoma City. The article reminded … [more]