Tiny Windows Consulting is a nonprofit strategy and communications consultancy here to help mission-driven leaders make the world a kinder, braver, more curious place. We help our clients ask bigger questions to cultivate better aligned, more effective organizations, and tell smaller stories to inspire and activate audiences.
The name "Tiny Windows" comes from the idea that every time we communicate (online), we're opening a tiny window into who we are and what we're all about.
Tiny windows inspire curiosity. They're transparent, but within boundaries. They're inviting (not just informative). They let the light through.
Miriam Brosseau, Principal
Nonprofit veteran and organizational strategist Miriam Brosseau founded Tiny Windows Consulting in late 2018. “Communication is an act of creation,” says Miriam. “How we listen to, tell, and illicit stories is what makes our organizations stronger.”
Principal and lead consultant Miriam Brosseau is an organizational strategist who has worked in and with mission-driven organizations for over twelve years. As its first Program Director, Miriam led Jewish TED-style speaker platform ELI Talks to create its first 100+ videos, resulting in over a million minutes watched, a Telly Award, and national Jewish communal recognition. In partnership with Darim Consulting and Darim Online, Miriam has trained dozens of synagogues and other Jewish organizations across the country to engage their communities through social media and storytelling. As Chief Innovation Officer at See3 Communications, she consulted on strategy and messaging with a variety of organizations, including the Alzheimer’s Association and the BUILD Initiative. Miriam also designed, led, and evaluated a two-year cohort-based professional development series for the 63 local chapters of Make-A-Wish America to learn and practice brand-aligned storytelling.
After serving as the Interim Director of Marketing for global crowd-funding platform Charidy, Miriam launched Tiny Windows Consulting in December, 2018. As Tiny Windows, and in collaboration with Darim Consulting, recent clients include Jewish Federations of North America, the Union for Reform Judaism, Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, the Foundation for Jewish Camp (Midwest), MazelTogether, UW-Madison Hillel, and Kindling Group. Miriam was also recently invited to teach a “Storytelling for Social Good” seminar at the University of Chicago’s Graham School in the fall of 2019.
Miriam holds a Masters in Jewish Professional Studies from Spertus Institute, and certifications in Storytelling for Influence from IDEO and Content Marketing from Hubspot. She is a member of the ROI network of young Jewish entrepreneurs and the Nonprofit Technology Network, and was named to the Jewish Week’s “36 Under 36” in 2013. Her work has been published in NPEngage, Beth’s Blog, Crackerjack Marketing, eJewishPhilanthropy, and other prominent nonprofit and marketing publications.
Amy Jin Johnson, Account Specialist
Anyone who's ever met Amy knows she loves to talk, but she is also an experienced account manager who would love to discuss your next project. Whether you're starting with just a nugget of an idea or are looking for a partner to execute a fully-formed vision, nothing brings Amy more joy than meeting new people.
Stu Sufrin, Animation and Motion Graphics Specialist
Visual storyteller extraordinaire Stu Sufrin believes video can be a powerful force for good. He loves to bring characters to life, and he’s done so with a wide range of clients, from Sesame Street and BimBam (G-dcast) to MIT and Veritas Genetics. His recent work has focused on nonprofits and start-ups, bringing creativity and skill to every stage of the process.
Lori Fimoff, Stop-Motion and
Creative communicator Lori Fimoff is experienced in marketing and project management, but it’s her love of teaching and flair for visual design that makes her shine. Lori is a dancer, singer, and certified ASL instructor who brings joy and heart into all she does.
Rosie Powers, Strategist and Project Management
Rosie Powers is a mission-driven digital marketing strategist, content creator, and project manager. She has worked with organizations such as The Alzheimer's Association, Housing Trust Silicon Valley, and Impact Justice. Equal parts storyteller and data nerd, Rosie believes deeply in the power of digital to help organizations tell stories that inspire change.