With an approach to communication rooted in a love of language and storytelling, Miriam has worked globally with organizations like Cisco, Accenture, UBS, Deloitte, Nestle, Visa and Celgene.
Miriam is an actor, teacher and performance coach, having performed in theaters across the US, including numerous productions at The Shakespeare Theater in DC where she is an Affiliated Artist. Most recently Miriam has devoted herself to the world of new play development and has been the proud member of countless premieres including the Tony-nominated Broadway production of Junk by Ayad Akhtar.
She is the recipient of a TCG Fox Fellowship and has taught Voice, Speech, Acting and Text Analysis at NYU in both the Graduate Acting program and Experimental Theater Wing, Marymount Manhattan College and Brooklyn College.
Miriam holds a BA from Brown University in East Asian Studies with a focus in Chinese Literature and an MFA in Acting, also from Brown.