Miriam Warren is Vice President at DCI Group where she counsels corporate clients and manages international campaigns with extensive knowledge and expertise in issue advocacy and strategic communication. Her experience at the firm has focused on the development and execution of full service public affairs campaigns involving strategic communications, federal legislative affairs, coalition building, and international policy.
Prior to joining DCI Group in 2006, Miriam worked on Capitol Hill serving as a legislative assistant for Congressman Gene Taylor (MS), where following Hurricane Katrina she managed on-sight crisis communication and recovery and operated the Gulf Coast satellite district office. On the ground, she assisted local communities in the utilization of federal disaster assistance programs and expedited delivery of emergency housing and critical-needs for constituents. Miriam also worked on two U.S. presidential campaigns. Prior to that, she had internships at several non-profit organizations.
Through her work and leadership on previous public relations campaigns, Miriam was awarded the Silver Anvil of Excellence from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and both the Bronze Quill Award and Award of Excellence from the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). She also advised and consulted for the recipient of PR Week’s 2012 “Nonprofit Campaign of the Year” award. Additionally, she was chosen to be a member of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) “Global Shapers,” and in such capacity participated in the WEF’s 2013 Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Miriam graduated with honors from Loyola University in New Orleans, earned a Masters of Policy Management from Georgetown University, and studied at Freie Universitat in Berlin, Germany. She has helped the Alzheimer’s Association raise funds and awareness for more than a decade. In 2014 Miriam also helped launch Georgetown University’s Beeck Center for Social Impact & Innovation. Previously based in Brussels, Belgium, where she helped establish DCI Group’s European office, Miriam now resides in Washington, DC.