Carolina Miranda is an Educator certified by the Ontario College of Teachers, and she holds a Master of Education from Nipissing University. She was one of the main organizers of the first Waterloo Region Women's March, and is the creator and co-founder of Feminine Harbor, a social profit that fosters female leadership through storytelling, the arts, and education. She immigrated to Canada from Brazil in 2003 and has since grown new roots in the Waterloo Region, one of the most dynamic ecosystems in Canada for culture, and technology. In 2004 she was one of the very first ensemble actors for the internationally acclaimed theatre company, The Multicultural Theatre Space. She is a writer, and some of her most recent essays and poetry can be found in the 'Anthology of Social Justice and Intersectional Feminisms', organized by Dr. Katrina Sark, and which has officially launched on International Women's Day 2018 in Victoria, BC. She is a single mother of two incredible girls who inspire her daily to become not only a better person but to leave behind a better world. Her professional practice is unequivocally influenced by her experiences of maternal empathy. Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion are not just aspects of her job, but how she authentically lives her relationships with direct family ties in four different countries: Canada, Brazil, The Basque Countries (Spain), and The Dominican Republic. She created Feminine Harbor with the intent of fostering female leadership and diversity through an Ethics of Care.