Prof Miranda K. Brawn works for companies on business-critical issues that impact on long term value, reputation and narrative – global markets, investments, legal and compliance regulations, diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I), environmental, social and governance factors (ESG) in particular.

She leads a global consulting practice which provides innovative advice and strategic guidance to corporates and investors on the integration of new compliance regulations, DE&I, sustainability and ESG into decision making. A proven track record of designing, delivering and evaluating diversity, equity, inclusion and sustainability initiatives. She also offers both strategic and creative solutions. Her work ranges from small organisations such as founder start-ups to multi-channel billion-dollar and trillion-dollar global organisations. 

Prof Miranda K. Brawn celebrated the 40th Anniversary for City Women Network in 2018 following her involvement when she was on their Risk, Audit and Events Committee Boards to support the progression of senior women and overall gender diversity efforts in the City

With deep experience driving DE&I and ESG sustainability processes and strategies from scratch with measurable success, Miranda is highly experienced in fostering inclusion initiatives in a number of industries and organisations across the dimensions of gender, race, ethnicity, disability, LGBTQIA+, socio-mobility, age, religion and all other forms of diversity.  

Additionally, she advises on regulatory developments across multiple jurisdictions. These have included the European Union, UK, Asia, US, Africa and Middle East regulations impacting sustainable investing. Miranda has been involved with climate commitments to accelerate companies’ paths to net zero emissions. Also, brings a deep knowledge of global financial markets and sustainable finance to companies’ holistic research and outreach efforts.

Miranda is well-positioned to provide advice and insight to Boards and organisations across a spectrum of topics, from strategic development and policies to the management of climate risk, electric vehicle (EV), special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), governance, diversity, equity, global regulations and investing in sustainability.  She has also been a member of Governance, Legal and Compliance, Investment, Diversity and Inclusion (i.e. Social Mobility), Events, Fundraising, Operations, Risk and Audit committees for various profit and non-profit organisations. 

Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq has been an ambassador for many organisations and fashion brands including female led such as British fashion labels The Fold London – Shop Luxury Workwear and Libby London alongside some international fashion brands such as Indian based Jasmine Bains Official Store – Luxury Apparel for Women. Other designer brands include British JIMMY CHOO – Official Online Boutique | Shop Luxury Shoes …,, Swiss Official Piaget Website – Watches & Jewellery and French Dior official website | DIOR etc.

Miranda also specialises in legal and compliance regulations with a particular focus on issues relating to financial services and global markets, including financial crime and enforcement investigations.

Additionally, working with some of the world’s richest entrepreneurs, entertainers and business leaders ranging from millionaires to billionaires like Bill Gates in various charitable, investing and advisory work.

Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq with Shah Rukh Khan – Wikipedia (a.k.a. SRK, King Khan and/or King of Bollywood) who is an Indian actor, film producer, television personality and the richest male actor in Bollywood.

She has worked with global organisations, financial services companies, educational institutions, the Cabinet Office, 10 Downing Street, the House of Lords and Lincoln’s Inn Bar Representation, Investment and Social Mobility Committees. This has been across the private, public and non-profit sectors in the form of senior executive and non-executive director (NED) board advisory roles.

Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq has visited the Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street – GOV.UK on numerous occasions to attend receptions to celebrate International Women’s Day and Black History Month etc. This has also included in an one-to-one and group advisory capacity to discuss various diversity, equality and charity work like Home | TMBDLF etc.
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq has been a patron for various organisations including being the first Patron for Black British Academics and Black Cultural Archives.

Miranda launched the innovative and exclusive #The60SecondCoach to compliment her existing coaching programmes in the form of 60 second videos. This is where she helps everyone of all ages, backgrounds, genders and races to gain more confidence to achieve their goals for success.

Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq’s quote from a cover magazine interview in 2015
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq was on the Cancer Research UK Women of Influence Board and helped to raise £1 million. She also mentored senior female scientists focused on cancer.
The innovative and exclusive launch of #The60SecondCoach to compliment her Miranda’s existing coaching programs for both individuals and group session.
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq has participated in numerous charitable initiatives including as a board trustee, advisor and volunteer. Notably, she has worked with The Prince’s Trust and has supported their events over the years including the “Celebrate Success” Awards in 2016.
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq has supported numerous ESG related initiatives with individuals and global organisations like Grant Thornton’s “Vibrant Economy” in 2016.
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq has been a UK Poverty Ambassador for the Global Citizen (also known as Global Poverty Project) and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for a sustainable end to Poverty in 2012. Additionally, Miranda has also been a Global Goodwill Ambassador in 2018.
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq teamed up as UK Global Poverty Ambassador with Bill Gates (Co-Founder of Microsoft Corporation and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) and Hugh Evans (Founder of Global Citizen, formerly called Global Poverty Project) in January 2012 to work on an ESG initiative by helping to eliminate global poverty within one generation. Source: Evening Standard
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq. visiting Lincoln’s Inn Chapel prior to Sunday Lunch in their Great Hall with fellow barristers in 2010. She is a committee board member for their investment committee, chapel committee and social mobility committee helping to increase diversity, equity and inclusion within the Inn, legal sector and beyond in 2021.
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq and UK’s Top Divorce Celebrity Lawyer Baroness Fiona Shackleton – Wikipedia at the 100 Women in the City invited to be honoured with a Freedom of the City of London for International Women’s Day 2019.
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq and Former President of the Supreme Court Brenda Hale, Baroness Hale of Richmond – Wikipedia
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq with Edward Enninful – Wikipedia at Vogue House – Hanover Square W1S 1JU | Buildington regarding diversity and sustainability in Fashion
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq with former Lord Mayor of the City of London Sir Peter Estlin – Wikipedia who had honoured her with a Freedom of the City of London by invitation
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq as an ambassador for About Next Tech Girls – Empiric to help increase the number of women in STEM notably technology and engineering when Miranda was co-founder and advisor for Colorintech
Dr Miranda K. Brawn Esq is a Judge for the Women in Governance, Risk and Compliance Awards 2021. This celebrates amazing women in these fields including ESG and Audit.