Miranda holds a Bachelor’s degree in Individualized Study from New York University’s Gallatin program and is passionate about covering the changemakers in her borough.
She is currently a freelance reporter covering Brooklyn news for sites including BK Reader and UP Magazine. Her previous work includes writing for VICE News, the Jerusalem Post, the Bushwick Daily, the Washington Square News and one year as an elementary school teacher 2020-2021.
Miranda grew up in Manhattan and Philadelphia and is now based in Brooklyn. She loves poetry, taking her dog to Fort Greene Park and playing the flute.
Pronouns are she/her and she was born in 1996.
Tisch Students Encounter Racial Insensitivity in Drama Program Best Article of the Year 2018
New York University
Exclusive: How Parkland created a rush to arm teachers and school staff across the country. Front Page Award for In-Depth Reporting, The Newswomen’s Club of New York 2019
Meet the Bed-Stuy Girl Scout Disrupting Stigma Around Black Mental Health
BK Reader, October 2021
The government shutdown happened. Here’s what it means. VICE News, December 2018
Here’s What Happens at the Nightly Anti-Racist Gathering in McCarren Park BK Reader, November 2020
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Miranda is always available for pitches and side collaborations in New York City. If you want to chat, send a tip or anything else, don’t hesitate in reaching out.