Miranda Rosin was elected to Alberta’s new United Conservative Government on April 16, 2019 as the Member of the Legislative Assembly for Banff-Kananaskis. She now represents over 13 communities and four First Nations in what she considers the most beautiful place on planet earth.
In her role as MLA Miranda serves on the Public Accounts Committee, the Resource Stewardship Committee, and as Deputy Chair of the Public Health Act Review Committee. Miranda also previously served as a Member of Alberta’s Fair Deal Panel as appointed by Premier Jason Kenney.
Prior to entering politics, Miranda worked in market development and marketing. A proud community member, Miranda played a leadership role in the Canmore Young Adult Network (CYAN) and serves as an active volunteer in both her church and community.
Miranda holds her Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Marketing and International Business from the University of Regina and spent time studying at both the Shanghai Lixin University of Commerce and the Universite de Sherbrooke.
She plays the oboe in the Valley Winds Concert Band, and enjoys sewing, downhill skiing, and watching football.