Miranda Carter is the Online Organizing Director for Food & Water Watch. She works to develop and implement online organizing strategies to win campaigns, build Food & Water Watch’s capacity and increase member engagement. Before joining the online organizing team, she organized in Maryland to ban arsenic from chicken production and prevent fracking in the state. Prior to joining Food & Water Watch, Miranda completed the Green Corps program for environmental organizing and advocacy, and then organized for Environment Illinois to stop factory farm pollution in the state. She graduated from Denison University with a B.A. in environmental studies and biology. She can be reached at mcarter(at)fwwatch.org.