Miriam's training began aged 10 when she joined Stagecoach Harpenden where she stayed for 6 years. Having loved her time there she asked to join the teaching staff as a classroom assistant and was soon fully immersed in the Early Stages classes for both Harpenden and Dunstable. Aged 18 she was substitute teacher for Dance, Drama, Singing and the Early Stages for Stagecoach St Albans, Harpenden and Dunstable. Aged 20 Miriam took her teaching to India and taught Salsa in Dali and Mumbai. On her return she went to GSA to study Musical Theatre, she graduated with a 2:1 BA (Hon) and the Saskia Carter Award. While studying she continued to teach with her own Early Stages class at Stagecoach Chertsey along with Audition Technique Master Classes with various schools. Once graduated, Miriam worked with a number of Casting Directors and Actors' Agents. She also started her own Face Painting business, which is still a great success. When the opportunity arose to become a Principal she jumped at it. Miriam has lots of exciting plans for Bishops Stortford and hopes that she can share and create the same fun, exciting and caring experience at Stagecoach Bishops Stortford that she had all those years ago at Stagecoach Harpenden.