Miriam is a research manager working primarily with the Health Horizons, Global Food Outlook, and Ten-Year forecast programs. As an ethnographer, her overarching interest lies in how the rhythms and choices in people's everyday lives individually and collectively make the future. As a forecaster, her passion lies in inspiring futures that help make resilient communities, navigate complex transitions and allow people to thrive.
Her research focuses on three main areas:
She began interning with the Institute in 2003, and joined the research staff full-time in 2007. Miriam holds a BA degree in Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley.