Rossana Miranda-Johnston

Rossana Miranda-Johnston is founder of Miranda-Johnston Cross-Cultural.  She is an experienced trainer and coach who delivers custom-designed cross-cultural and leadership training programs focused on international relocation, team building, leadership development, customer service & sales, cross-cultural communication and diversity & inclusion. Lately she has also been part of initiatives to reinforce corporate business cultures. Rosanna’s passion for her work is matched only by her passion for fresh food – she grows many of her own vegetables and looks forward all year to the beginning of wild mushroom hunting season.

Born and raised in Mexico, Rossana has an undergraduate degree in Clinical Psychology and received a master’s degree in Intercultural Management from the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont. In addition, she has completed the year-long Ontological Coaching certification program at Newfield Network, as well as many other training courses. She has lived and worked in Mexico, the United States, Portugal, Israel, England and Italy. She is fluent in Spanish and English.

With over 18 years of industry experience, Rosanna has delivered face-to-face training programs in the United States, Canada, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Uruguay, Trinidad & Tobago, Mexico, Spain, England and Italy. She has also delivered webinars on Latin America, Europe, Canada and the United States for a number of global teams.

Her clients include a variety of Fortune 500 companies in a number of industries, as well as several governments and non-profits. Among them are AmgenAppleArcelorMittalArcher Daniels MidlandBoston ScientificCargillCaterpillarDaimlerChryslerSchering PloughScotiabank-InverlatHewlett PackardVolkswagenWal-Mart de MexicoHoneywell Aerospace, and Pemex.

Rossana is a member of SIETAR-USA (Society for Intercultural Education Training and Research), ASTD (American Society for Training and Development) and the Newfield Network. Her commitment to the field of cross-cultural training is fueled by her natural curiosity and her love of learning, along with a belief in the power of companies to impact communities and countries.

Rossana was very knowledgeable and a good moderator. She gave helpful examples and answered every question. I learned a lot from today and will change my actions as a result for the better! Thanks – Gracias.
— Participant in “Working and Communicating Effectively with Latin America” Program, Siemens IHR, Iselin, NJ