Miranda GrouxProgram Director
Miranda is the Program Director at the Resistance Center for Peace and Justice. She graduated from Saint Anselm College in 2017 with a degree in Peace and Justice Studies. During the 2016 Election, Miranda worked to empower students across New Hampshire to become politically engaged in climate justice issues. Last year, she worked alongside veterans experiencing homelessness and poverty in Phoenix, AZ. Miranda is an advocate for intersectional justice, local power, flowers, and cats.
Cordelia is a junior-year Linguistics major at Smith College. She has interned with TRC since September of 2018. Her personal interests include baking, glasswork, rock climbing, and fencing. She also designed this website, so she gets a duck emoji in her bio. 🦆
Elise is an intern at the Resistance Center and a student at Smith College majoring in Comparative Literature. She likes beaches.
Grace is an undergraduate student at Smith College studying U.S. and Latin American History, Spanish, and Studio Art. As an intern at the Resistance Center, she works on Migration Advocacy and also works with TRC's partner, the ACLU Massachusetts Immigrant Protection Project. She's interested in prison abolition, printmaking, and anything with coconut in it.