Organizational Development Consultant
Miranda Cohen focusses on international organizational and intercultural competencies. She brings experience in organizational assessment, strategic planning, intercultural understanding, program development, coalition building, and diversity and inclusion. She has over 10 years of experience in the NGO sector and has lived and worked in the United States, China, Zambia, and North Macedonia. Miranda works with community members, key stakeholders, staff, and Board members to incorporate long-term, equitable, sustainable, and trauma-informed practices in the strategic planning process. She is particularly passionate about the role of leadership development and resource generation for organizational populations that are often disenfranchised and under-engaged.
Miranda has a range of career experiences that have led to informed organization and program development practices. She served as a data analyst for a higher education institution and has a keen eye for data analytics and monitoring and evaluation. She brings a background grounded in data to her strategic planning approach, developing plans and structures at the intersection of data and human dynamics.
In addition to consulting, Miranda serves as a Board Chair for an NGO in Uganda that teaches female-bodied individuals how to sew reusable menstrual pads. She has a Bachelor’s from Temple University in Organizational Leadership, a Master’s from the New School in Nonprofit Management, and a Certificate in Organizational Development from the New School. She currently resides in Philadelphia.