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Georgina Miranda


Georgina is a global expert in transformation and change, conscious leadership development, culture, strategic planning and execution, and mindfulness. For nearly two decades she has worked both in-house and in partnership with consulting firms and clients around the world to develop proficient, conscious leaders, entrepreneurs, and companies alike. Her client roster spans Fortune 500 companies globally as well as high performing leaders called to shift mountains within themselves and the world around them.

A mountaineer athlete, Georgina is on her way to becoming one of the 15 women in the world to complete the Explorer’s Grand Slam—scaling the highest peak on each continent and skiing to the last degree of the North and South Pole. 3 expeditions remain. She uses her voice and adventures to advocate for women’s rights and equality, climate change, and mental wellness. Along this journey she has overcome a number of challenges including a near death experience on Mt. Everest and navigating through severe asthma.

Georgina holds an MBA from Loyola Marymount University and is a certified yoga, mindfulness, and energy practitioner integrating holistic practices into her daily life and work with others.

Georgina’s work, thought-leadership, climbing, activism, and transformational travel has been featured and quoted in Forbes, Vox, Glamour, NBC News, Mindful Magazine, Intel, Women’s Health, Huff Post, Latina, and many more media outlets and films. Georgina brings a new voice and perspective to spaces and publications that traditionally have seen little diversity.

She currently serves on the board of directors of 1% for the Planet and SheJumps. Georgina was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, yet a global citizen having worked on projects in 6 continents and having lived in multiple cities and communities around the world.