Beatrice Miranda | INCAE


Researcher focused on implementation projects of the Social Progress Index, with an emphasis on data visualization methods. Additionally, she is the Coordinator of the Mesoamerican Social Progress Network. She obtained her Master's degree (MSc) in International Development and Management from Lund University (Sweden) and her Bachelor of Social Work from Mercyhurst University (USA). Previously, she worked as a consultant at Oxfam GB (Thailand) in the first program with a focus on urban development, addressing issues of urban resilience, gender inclusion and sustainable development. 


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  • MSC., International Development and Management, Lund University, 2016
  • BA, Social Work, Mercyhurst University, 2011

Work experience

Place of work: INCAE Business School
From: 2016 To: Present
Position: Consultant
Description: Carry out research projects and quantitative calculation processes for the Latin American Center for Competitiveness and Sustainable Development (CLACDS), focused on the implementation of the Social Progress Index (IPS). Create visualizations and mappings of associated project data to facilitate understanding of research studies. Coordinate the Mesoamerican Social Progress Network, in collaboration with the Social Progress Imperative.  

Place of work: Oxfam GB
From: 2013 To: 2014
Position: Consultant
Description: Coordination and logistical support of the Asia Development Dialogue (ADD) program, Oxfam's first urban project. Assistance in the organization of the Regional Forum of Secondary Cities of Southeast Asia and the production of the publication ADD; focused on Urban Resilience and Digital Technology. Create articles and newsletters for the ADD blog and website on urban development issues and best practices in Southeast Asia. 

Place of work: American Cancer Society
From: 2011 Until: 2013
Position: Community Manager
Description: Run fundraisers for Relay for Life (RFL) in Southeast Georgia, USA Cultivate key relationships with companies, organizations, and community members for the success of American Cancer Society programs. Manage budgets and production deadlines for RFL events. Create and execute communication and marketing plans for corresponding events.