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Mira Habiby Browne is co-founder and executive director of Prepared Parents, an organization dedicated to giving parents the tools and a community to nurture happy and fulfilled kids. Prepared Parents is an initiative of Summit Public Schools? field-building division, Marshall Street.
Since joining Summit in 2011, Mira has served in multiple executive positions during Summit?s rapid growth, leading communications, creative development, marketing, fundraising and growth. Most notably, Mira helped to establish Summit as a nationally-recognized network of public schools across two states. She was part of the founding teams of the Summit Learning Program, which grew to serve 380+ schools in 38 states and the District of Columbia, and Marshall Street, which develops solutions to expand educational opportunities for students.
Prior to Summit, Mira served as the senior account executive with Larson Communications, providing strategic counsel to leading public education reform leaders and organizations nationwide. She worked in the administration of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg in New York City, and began her career with the Arab American Institute supporting the civic and political engagement of Arab Americans across the nation.
Mira has served as a GenR member of the International Rescue Committee, an advisory board member for the Silicon Valley New Leaders Council and a member of the Equity Advisory Committee of the San Francisco Human Rights Commission. Mira holds a BA from George Washington University. She lives in Austin with her husband and two young, energetic sons.