Miranda works hard to increase the number of diverse employees, especially from ethnic minority backgrounds. These relationships saw the launch of a diversity week and mentoring programmes. She also launched The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation in 2016 to provide the next generation of leaders with opportunities via innovative scholarships, funding, lectures, work experience and mentoring to help increase diversity and equality while supporting other charities. Miranda is an ambassador, patron and board adviser to a wide variety of groups including the University of Law’s Business School aiming to increase ethnic minority and other diverse representation, and she has often spoken at conferences including a TEDx Women Talk in Italy and in the media around race equality and representation, including platforms such as BBC Breakfast, Good Morning Britain, Sky News and more recently London Live Capital Conversations. She judges numerous diversity awards and launched the UK’s first diversity lecture aimed at young BAME children. Miranda has been awarded a Global Goodwill Ambassador title, Freeman of the City of London by invitation and honorary doctorate of letters at the University of Brighton, honorary doctorate of laws at the University of Law for her international diversity work and contribution to business, finance and law, among many other accolades.