Miranda Junowicz

Director of Marketing, Impact and Donor Relations


Miranda Junowicz grew up in Boston and moved to California in 1988 to attend UC Berkeley, a school she is confident she could not get into today. Miranda previously served on the Board of Music in the Schools, on the outreach committee for Four Directions, a nonprofit spearheading get-out-the-vote initiatives in Native American communities, and chaired the annual carnival at her children’s private school for 5 years.

Professionally, Miranda is a real estate consultant for buyers and sellers in Silicon Valley and in Paris, France, and speaks French, German, and Hebrew. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Russian Language and Literature from UC Berkeley and a law degree from Yale Law School.

Before real estate, Miranda was an attorney with a varied career, first as a civil rights litigator at the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law in Los Angeles, and then general counsel for a startup in San Francisco. Miranda lived 13 years in France and Germany before moving to Palo Alto in 2014, where she is raising her children in the village of her family and friends. Miranda’s son is a sophomore at Paly, and her daughter will join him there in 2024.