Miranda is a fourth-year student at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. She is pursuing a Finance and Political Science combined major with a minor in Global Social Entrepreneurship. Miranda has a strong interest in international development, and she’s especially passionate about the role of small business development and entrepreneurship education in the Middle East.  Last year, Miranda traveled to Saudi Arabia through the National Council on US-Arab Relations. Miranda has completed an internship at and has just started work at Endeavour Partners, where she is an Associate Consultant. In her free time, she enjoys photography and running.

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To most in the social enterprise field, the Middle East is not known for social innovation. The region is consistently labeled as slow, stagnant, and inflexible—not exactly qualities that foster innovation and entrepreneurship. Saudi Arabia in particular is known for its conservative, collectivist culture and fear of change. Most Saudi …

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