As President & CEO of the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation, Miranda Jordan-Smith champions the Glenrose for its world-class rehabilitative care that transforms the lives of thousands of people annually through cutting-edge research, education, and the most advanced and innovative quality care. In her role, Miranda is focused on a renewed vision, mission and strategic plan that will serve as the foundation for lasting change and position the Glenrose as the most advanced rehabilitative centre in North America.
Building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders and creating a culture of compassion and philanthropy in the community is Miranda’s passion. In her previous role as Chief Executive Officer of the Edmonton Humane Society, she drove tangible results, including the establishment of social enterprise and the expansion of humane education programming. Her legacy there was the creation of new partnerships and the advancement of aggregation across the animal welfare sector.
Miranda has an extensive background in communications and business operations management that spans two decades. Her credentials include a public relations diploma from MacEwan University, a BA from the University of Alberta and an MBA from the University of Liverpool. She also holds a post-graduate certificate in non-profit management from Harvard University, as well as, a strategy certificate from Queen’s University. She is currently pursuing her Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) designation, which denotes excellence in fundraising practice.
Advancement is at the core of Miranda’s vision. She has a long-dedicated and proven track record for driving results in the social sector. Her ability to transform organizations and advance social causes led to her being named one of Avenue Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40 (class of 2015) and led to two honourable features in Distinctive Women magazine for Women for Humane Canada, the national leadership philanthropy group Miranda co-founded in 2016.
Miranda is past Vice Chair of Women for Humane Canada, and is the current Board Chair of Humane Canada. She is proud to serve Humane Canada and lead the humane movement.