Miranda coordinates all End Slavery Tennessee events and manages social media and marketing.

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Growing up in adverse conditions fueled Miranda’s desires to advocate for others and make the world a more just and equitable place. Looking for a way to do that while utilizing her knack for creativity led her to attain her Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations from Illinois State University.

College reinforced her desires to fight for social justice. She co-founded the Equal Pay Coalition of McLean County, which sought to end the gender pay gap, and interned for Surge Institute, where she helped to advance leaders of color and transform urban education. She previously worked at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee, where she worked to bring the community closer together through mentorship. She also mentors young girls through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, investing in children who are facing their own adversity.

In her free time, Miranda enjoys getting lost in a good book, weight lifting, and being outdoors.