Miranda Korzy is a journalist and activist who has lived in Pittwater for nearly 20 years - and previously in Warringah for 10. She passionately believes in the importance of a strong community and that we must protect our precious environment for future generations.
With a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from the Australian National University, Miranda carried out research in child and maternal health in its demography department after graduating. She later studied journalism at City, University of London, during which time she began reporting for the Australian Associated Press. On returning to Australia, she covered everything from police to politics for AAP.
She sees her role in the community as a listener, communicator and now as an advocate for residents – investigating local issues and voicing community concerns.
While raising her children on the Northern Beaches, Miranda supported and led a range of community groups, starting with playgroups and P&Cs. Since then she’s helped on a variety of local environmental and other campaigns including Save Mona Vale Hospital and Canopy Keepers - protecting urban trees.
During her free time, Miranda loves bushwalking, the beach, watching films and reading. She also swears by pilates.
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