Miranda Rosen is a 17-year-old who attends Coronado High School where she is recognized as being in the top five percent of her class. Miranda loves public speaking; she is the secretary of her Speech and Debate Team at school, Forensics, and has placed 27 times in Speech and Debate competitions in the last two years. Within these competitions, Miranda has won first place eight times and has been County Tournament champion for the last two consecutive years. In addition, she made it to elimination rounds in competitions like the Berkeley State Competition and even placed in the top 36 in the Lincoln-Douglas Debate at the national tournament this year. She also won the “Novice Forensic Competitor of the Year” and the “Best LD debater” at her school. With her background in public speaking, Miranda recently decided that she would like to use her skill set to make a difference in her community. This led to her involvement in the National Charity League and her advising role for the Henderson Blue Ribbon Commission for Youth and Education. Miranda plans to use her experience in public speaking to further focus her attention to childhood obesity.