From an early age, Miruh loved stories and was usually immersed in a book or engaged in some creative pursuit. This eventually led her to a career in marketing communications, which provided a variety of creative outlets — from writing and designing printed publications and building websites to producing radio shows and films. But what truly excites her is using those skills to do something that helps create a better world.
At PLJV, she continues to craft messages and tell stories, all with the intent of moving people to take action and create a landscape where both wildlife and people can thrive. A highlight for Miruh is telling these stories through the medium of film. While she enjoys the creative process, the most rewarding part is spending time with people, hearing about their experiences, and seeing the world from their perspective.
That’s also what keeps her at PLJV — the people with whom she interacts. Although they often have different backgrounds and perspectives, there is a shared passion for building a sustainable future for the wildlife and individuals who live in this region.
During her 30-year career, Miruh has worked for a wide variety of healthcare and nonprofit organizations. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with a marketing concentration in 1991.