Chief of Operations + Master Coach, WorldBlu
Miranda is Chief of Operations and a Master Coach at WorldBlu. She has advised and coached hundreds of top leaders and CEOs all over the world on how to lead world-class Freedom-Centered Organizations™.
Miranda joined WorldBlu in 2009 and is based in the UK. Having spent years working in disengaged workplaces, she not only understands the pain many experience at work but also naturally sees the path to transformation. Her core expertise is in organizational design where she excels at providing clients with the inspiration and support to design their workplaces from a place of freedom rather than fear.
Miranda has over 20 years of experience in leadership and organizational transformation work. She has worked with leading brands such as DaVita, The WD-40 Company, Zappos, Mindvalley, Nearsoft, DreamHost, New Belgium Brewing and hundreds more.
During her diverse career, Miranda has worked at large corporates such as Aon, SME’s and NGO’s. Her clients have included leading brands such as BP, RSA, BAE Systems and Lend Lease.
Miranda has helped hundreds of people find breakthrough solutions to their problems using Freedom at Work™. She also speaks to audiences worldwide about how to build high-performing, high-growth workplace cultures.
Previously in her career, Miranda founded Street Level Arts, spearheading community arts work for adults coping with mental health, homelessness and substance abuse issues. In 2012 she was honored to be presented to Her Majesty the Queen in recognition of services to the community. Today she serves on the board of Haiti Partners.
Miranda is a Fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce) whose mission is to enrich society through ideas and action. She is also a member of The Chartered Institute of Marketing in the UK.
Miranda graduated from Principia College with a BA in Sociology and Anthropology. While attending college Miranda also played and coached rugby. Miranda has two graduate diplomas in Marketing through the Chartered Institute of Marketing and Creative Art Therapies from Roehampton University in London.