While attending Lafayette, Miranda majored in Environmental Science and Anthropology & Sociology. She was introduced to LaFarm by her friend Peter Todaro (see below), and joined LaFFCo (started by Peter and his friend Joe Ingrao, below) to get more involved. Miranda says some of her "most treasured moments from college were at LaFarm. She "was inspired by the work ethic, positive energy, and food justice initiatives" that stemmed from LaFarm. Today, Miranda still lives in the Lehigh Valley, overseeing Easton's community gardens and residential compost program through a non-profit called the Greater Easton Development Partnership. LaFarm continues to be a source of inspiration in Miranda's daily work, and she frequently draws on the skills and knowledge that she learned there. Miranda encourages current students interested in agriculture to "sign up and show up" and use faculty, staff, and other students as resources. She suggests volunteering as a great way to get started!