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 with camp and conference center staff about ways to prevent child abuse within a faith-based … [more]
Ami Neiberger-Miller enjoyed writing this cover story article on revolutionizing food service at Forest Home Ministries for the Christian Camp & Conference Association’s InSite magazine in its March/April 2008 edition. Listening to guests and improving quality of the dining experience and food served, helped the … [more]
Ami Neiberger-Miller interviewed Joe White of Kanakuk Camps about his approach to leadership development and staff training, in this article for InSite magazine, which is published by the Christian Camp & Conference Association. The camp ministry touches more than 15,000 young people annually. Read the article. … [more]
My new article, “Why Do Some Camps THRIVE While Others Fade Away?” explores this topic from the perspective of Christian camp and conference centers, who are grappling with how to balance philanthropy, ministry and business … [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 Survivor Seminar. This annual event brings together for care and healing hundreds … [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 and survivor issues. Attendees learned how to build relationships with reporters, … [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 with author Chelsea J. Carter in advance of the TAPS National Good Grief Camp … [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.
Ami had sent the station a news release and called the assignment desk to pitch … [more]
In December 2008, the National Veterans Legal Services Program (NVLSP) filed a class action lawsuit, Sabo v. United States, on behalf of seven veterans from the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, and U.S. Air Force. The seven veterans were discharged from military service as a result of a finding by a Physical Evaluation Board … [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 Ground” radio documentary about military children.
Cardoza … [more]
In this December 2007 article for PRSA’s Tactics, Ami Neiberger-Miller reflects on what it was like to manage media attention focused on her grieving family after her 22-year-old brother was killed in action while serving with the U.S. military in Iraq.
She says: “When I look back at the clips and photos from those first … [more]
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) is well-known for its work in missing child cases, but in 2003, many did not realize it also supported services to assist survivors of child sexual exploitation.
One in five girls and one in ten boys will be sexually victimized before reaching adulthood. With the … [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 with TAPS since 2007 as a case study for discussion.
The students asked a number … [more]