The National Capital Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America featured Steppingstone LLC’s Ami Neiberger-Miller in a member spotlight in March 2013. Here are Ami’s answers to some questions about public relations, her greatest career achievement, and work-life balance.
Years as a Member of PRSA-NCC: 9 … [more]
There’s a great article in the November 28th Washington Post looking at how millennial generation women are changing how we think about work. More than 9 percent of millennial women in the DC area are working full-time from home offices, which is higher than the national average.An education consultant interviewed for the story … [more]
A new study in Gender and Society examines how working mothers – both those who are married and those raising children alone – look at their views on working and mothering. Being a working mother with a toddler and a stepmom (now with kids in their twenties – it is way easier than carpool, slightly scarier … [more]
My life as a public relations consultant is pretty busy – there’s always press releases to write and send out, reporters to call, campaigns to design, websites to overhaul and clients to work with. But I’m also a working mother with a toddler, a husband, and three grown stepchildren. I work from home a few days a week, … [more]
In an article for Public Relations Tactics on why female public relations practitioners open independent practices, Ami Neiberger-Miller of Steppingstone LLC is quoted. She commented, “In many ways, I think life as an independent is the wave of the future. We are pioneers in a larger movement of workers. Instead of having … [more]