Manager, Local Infrastructure Hub (LIH)
Miranda Alamilla is the Manager of the Local Infrastructure Hub (LIH) Results for America where she aids in the implementation of federal funding in cities/towns for community recovery and improvement. Previously, Miranda has worked as a college prep tutor for high school students where she aided in driving the success of college prep testing as well as creating individualized learning programs for all students to succeed. Before that, she has also worked with the State Department aiding the International Bureau of Narcotics and Law Enforcement in their México City Embassy; she has worked alongside former Ambassador of México Earl Anthony Wayne at the Wilson Center, getting published for an informational article covering Digital Trade in the USMCA; and she has held multiple research assistant/partner positions that have focused on policy reform in the Americas.
Miranda holds two degrees: a Bachelor’s degree in International and Global Studies, and a Master’s degree in Foreign Policy and National Security, both with focuses in Latin American Affairs/Policy. Throughout her academic and professional careers, Miranda has always believed in leading a life where she is able to give back and promote community growth and she believes that she is doing just that with RFA.