Honorary Secretary


Miranda, a 1992 Maryknoll graduate, obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Michigan. After graduating, Miranda went on to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Law from Pembroke College, Cambridge University.

Miranda then returned to Hong Kong and started her legal career with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. She qualified as a solicitor in Hong Kong in 2003, and in England and Wales in 2004. She subsequently practised as a debt capital markets lawyer at Clifford Chance before joining BNP Paribas as an in-house counsel in the Transaction & Legal Management Team. Since 2006, Miranda has been an in-house counsel for the prime services business at UBS AG.

Miranda is married with a son and a daughter.


What is your first memory of the school, (and if relevant, how did that influence you)?

I came from a co-ed primary school and it was quite a culture shock to walk into a sea all full of girls on my first day of school at Maryknoll in F.1!  However, while the shock was short-lived, many of my oldest and dearest friendships are from those secondary years at Maryknoll.I always remind myself to treasure what I get and give back whenever I have the opportunity.

As a Councillor, what ambition or aspirations do you have?

I have only the fondest memories of my years as a student at Maryknoll.  I am honoured to have the chance now to serve the School so that hopefully, like myself, future generations of Maryknollers too, when they look back on their time at Maryknoll, will have only the fondest memories of our beloved school.

What kind of skills, knowledge, or contribution do you bring to the school as a Councillor?

Having been a lawyer both in private practice and in-house, I will bring both my legal training and practical experience to assist in the running of the Foundation.