Donna Miranda is a choreographer living and working in the Philippines. Miranda relocates choreography from the site of the individual body to that of collective political actions that aspire to social justice and, conversely, insist on the aesthetic even in arenas outside art, especially through organized political work. Her propositions expand the construction of the choreographic in institutions beyond dance, art, and of the body. She makes a living as a freelance consultant for international development organizations working in gender justice, public health and disaster risk reduction. She also does volunteer work for SAKA, an alliance of artists supporting genuine agrarian reform in the Philippines, and Union of Agricultural Workers in the Philippines.