Miriam Abrams

Miriam Abrams has more than 20 years of senior-level experience consulting organizations across the United States. She has provided communication training, teambuilding and customer-service training for several large corporations. Her work has been featured in Symphony Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Francisco Examiner and on National Public Radio.

With an extensive background in the field of music, Miriam has served as a planning consultant with the National Endowment for the Arts and the American Symphony Orchestra League. She also is a mediator for the Berkeley Dispute Resolution Service and the Conciliation Forums of Oakland. She has won several awards and honors, including the Helen M. Thompson Award for Outstanding Management and the Koret Prize. In addition, Miriam was selected to chair the ACIL delegation of American artists on a tour of the former Soviet Union.