Oscar Miranda is a Master’s in Higher Education candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Born in Mexico and raised in Clayton, NC, he now lives in Norton, MA working as a Residential Life Graduate Assistant at Wheaton College. His current interests include college access and success, college affordability, diversity equity and inclusion, first-generation college students, and Latinx students. He has worked as a mentor with college access and success initiatives including the Elon Academy, Princeton University’s Preparatory Program, and co-directed program at the Boys and Girls Club. In 2017, Oscar received his B.A. in Psychology at Elon University and worked for his alma mater as a Community Impact Fellow the following year. As a fellow, he worked with Alamance Achieves’s collaborative action networks aimed at creating systemic change for a thriving Alamance Community. After graduating from Harvard, he will continue his passion of working with underrepresented populations to help establish a path of endless and reliable possibilities.