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Miranda, Georgina



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research overview

  • Georgina‚Äôs expertise includes leadership development, executive coaching, transformational change initiatives (technology/process/culture), organizational alignment, change management, startups (creation, growth, fundraising), mindfulness training/coaching, and gender equity and inclusion in the workplace and entrepreneurial ecosystems.


  • Inclusivity and Belonging, Human Rights, Climate Action, Conservation, Women's Rights, Global Travel, Mindfulness and Meditation, Organization Effectiveness, Personal Development and Growth, Outdoor Recreation (Snow Sports, Mountain)


courses taught

  • OREC 5021 - Foundations of Inclusivity in the Outdoor Recreation Economy
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2024
    We start by creating a safe space for deep learning, honest exploration, and open dialogue. This course will expand your knowledge and understanding of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Everyone has the right to be treated fairly with dignity and respect. These are our human rights. Building a community, work environment, and society that is diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just requires a foundation from which to develop. DEI is an ongoing learning process and requires commitment, personal leadership, and accountability. This course will enable students to be a part of developing an inclusive foundation for their respective organizations and communities with knowledge, tools, and best practices from global leaders within the outdoor recreation economy and beyond. The course sets the intention to be a stepping stone to help break down the barriers to entry and participation while creating a more inclusive natural environment where all people can not only feel welcome but encouraged to become active participants as outdoor enthusiasts, industry professionals/leaders, and stewards dedicated to the protection of the land.
  • OREC 6100 - Special Topics for Outdoor Recreation Economy
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2023 / Fall 2023
    A variety of topics not currently offered in curriculum; offered depending on instructor availability and student demand.

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