Miranda Jones, Vice President of Youth, Family and Clinical Services for Better Family Life, has over 20 years of experience working with at-risk youth and non-profit organizations with 14 years at BFL. Miranda manages over 2.5 million dollars in youth programming for BFL per year, serving nearly 8000 youth per year with afterschool, clinical, teen pregnancy prevention, workforce and youth leadership programs with a team of 42 talented staff.
Miranda has a passion and profound gift for reaching and educating youth. Her experience includes working with the St. Louis Rams, St. Louis 2004, and several other companies as a freelance publicist and special events manager. She is one of the only women in the country who has earned a Super Bowl ring.
Mrs. Jones has been a board director for the award winning Jennings School District for 15 years. She was also re-elected in 2019 to serve her 3rd term as the Ward 1 Councilwoman for the City of Jennings. She also serves on the board of advisers for the Monsanto YMCA and the national board of America Scores. While she wears many hats, the most important ones are wife and mother. She is married to Addam and together they have three wonderful children Amour (15), Addison (11) and Alaila (6). She has a B.A. from the University of Missouri-Columbia and recently completed the "Inside the CEO" program at Washington University. Miranda is a proud E. St. Louisan, a 25 year member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and a member of Shalom Church City of Peace.