27 November, 2021

Amy Miranda

Amy is one of the most awarded integrated Executive Producers in North America, and she knows how to make just about anything happen.  From hacking knitting machines, to putting an aquarium in a car for Shark Week. You name it she's made it. Amyʼs creative work has garnered her many Cannes Lions, One Show Pencils, and lots of industry recognition, but it's her life story and healing work has helped hundreds of people to change their lives and reclaim their authentic power.

She founded Lunch 13 years ago and over the last 6 years Amy has also been building a healing practice working with clients internationally. Her focus has been turning her traumas to triumphs, demystifying the mystical and taking the woo, out of wellness. Her forthcoming book titled What We've Forgotten" based on her life and spiritual practice of manifesting magic is currently being offered in retreat format. 

Amy’s experience ranges from marketing to healing work and she is known as much for her work as she is her sense of humor, depth and personality. 

 A passionate advocate for children, animals and survivors. Amy is a frequent speaker, community project supporter and activist for inclusive creative change.  Service is important to Amy and she served two terms as a board member non-profit ArtsCan Circle which encourages self-esteem of Indigenous youth in Northern Indigenous communities through a cooperative exploration of the arts, She works with The Gatehouse, a nonprofit servicing survivors of childhood sexual abuse,  and consults with Story Book Primate Sanctuary, Canada’s only primate sanctuary.   

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