The Director of Original Programming at STARZ!, has called Miranda Childers a capable Screenwriter and true multi-hyphenate. She states “Miranda is charismatic...with a keen understanding of business.” Miranda Childers is an accomplished Author and Screenwriter. A graduate of Methodist University (BA Spanish), Childers studied Theatre as a Performing Arts Major at the University Of Evansville in Evansville, Indiana and with Harvard’s MXAT Theatre program in Moscow, Russia. She continued her education studying the Spanish Language at the University of Buenos Aires, in Buenos Aires Argentina and is currently pursuing graduate study to receive her ALM in Creative Writing and Literature at Harvard University (ES).
The multilingual beauty (English, Spanish, French) found success when she wrote, directed, and produced her first stage play “3 Days In Savannah,” at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in Manhattan, New York. In 2020 she directed a docuseries, “The Word,” and a short “Mina Means Love.” A former Theatre, American History, and Spanish Teacher, she is a consummate creative who married her love of the theatre and her zeal for entrepreneurship to create her business Georgia Whirl Productions LLC in 2018. Georgia Whirl Productions LLC is the fastest growing women and BIPOC owned production company in the Southeast United States. Miranda has been a contributing writer for Elite Daily, Bustle, Thought Catalog, Faithful-Fabulous-Femaie, and the CCRWC, the later of which she served as Editor for a year.
Childers has worked with the N.O.W.S.A. (National Organization for Women’s Safety Awareness) a 501c charity whose mission is to raise awareness about sexual assault, violence, and harassment against women & teens and how to prevent it. Childers is also a member of the Authors Guild, NATAS-SE (National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences-Southeast, WIFTA (Women In Film and Television Atlanta), The Brown Girl Collective, and the GAGC (Georgia Association for Gifted Children) where she was a featured speaker at their 2021 and 2022 Annual Conference with her special workshop “The Gift of Blackness.”