Miranda writes about small business, entrepreneurship, family finances, and taxes. She has also written about science and technology in the past for Discover magazine and Phys.org.
Miranda enjoys reading, travel, and the outdoors. She also enjoys following politics and learning about world religions.
While earning her degree in Communications, with a minor in Political Science, Miranda took courses in public relations, as well as worked at the campus radio station. She was also active in the communications honor society, and was elected to serve on the Student Assembly.
Miranda completed her M.A. in Journalism at Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School. She worked on two student publications, acting as front-of-the-book editor and managing editor, as well as writing news articles.
Miranda writes content for a number of online and offline financial publications. She also writes press releases and manages blogger campaigns for financial companies.
Miranda has written for science and technology publications, online and offline, reporting for Discover magazine, Phys.org, and Inside Tech Talk. She draws on her interview skills, as well as the fact that she was a Physics major for some time, to accurately report on the latest scientific findings and interpret data.
Miranda often writes about the money issues facing women. She has written for several publications, focusing on the challenges experienced by breadwinning women, as well as the issues related to the fact that society expects women to be caregivers. She offers advice and insight on how to avoid leaving $500,000 on the table over women's lifetimes.
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