Miranda works as a Learning Adviser in Oxfam's Programme Learning team. She supports a number of multi-country programmes working on Women's Economic Empowerment (including GEM, WE-Care and EDP) to generate, capture and share learning in order to improve programme quality and thought leadership.
Miranda is a gender specialist with professional and research experience in several countries and across sectors. She has worked with UNDP, LEAD International, ODI and, most recently, as a Scientist with the CGIAR (WorldFish), where she worked to integrate gender transformative approaches into agricultural research and development.
She has a PhD in Human Geography (University of Manchester), an MSc in Nature, Society and Environmental Policy (University of Oxford) and a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Political Studies and Development Studies (Queen's University, Canada). Her PhD research examined how gender relations shape the politics of large-scale agricultural land acquisitions.