Miranda Strong is a third-generation Alaskan and attorney focusing on compliance, litigation, and employment. Her success as a trusted advisor stems from helping clients anticipate and navigate change. READ MORE
Prior to entering private practice, Miranda served as the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer and Associate General Counsel for Bering Straits Native Corporation, where she handled administrative employment hearings; designed and directed corporate compliance, records and information management, and export compliance programs; and advised on Arctic, Alaska Native, corporate and energy public policy. She has substantial experience conducting and leading investigations, risk-assessments, and trainings — including those on cybersecurity, harassment prevention and response, ethics, and compliance for government contractors. Miranda was also an Assistant Attorney General at the State of Alaska Department of Law, where she was a trial and appellate litigator and a tribal liaison and special assistant advising the executive branch on emerging Alaska Native legal and policy matters. She also consulted on e-discovery, information governance, and public records matters.
Bering Straits Native Corporation, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Associate General Counsel (2017-2020)
State of Alaska Department of Law, Assistant Attorney General (2013-2017)
Sweet Caribou, Co-Founder and Risk & External Affairs Director (2014-2017)
Alaska Court System, Superior Court Judicial Clerk (2012-2013)
Alaska Compliance Alliance, Co-Founder and Co-Chair (2018-Present)
Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Pro Bono Attorney (2014-Present)
Alaska Bar Association (2013-Present)
Anchorage Association of Women Lawyers (2013-Present)
Council for the United States and Italy, Young Leader (2018)
Campbell Park Community Council, Homeless Committee Member (2016-2017)
Compliance Certification Board, Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP)
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