Francisco Miranda was appointed Director of the Bureau of Corporations and Charitable Organizations, February 23, 2015.
As Director, Francisco will provide management and oversight for the processing of all corporate name registrations and changes, certification requests, and the filing of secured transactions with the Uniform Commercial Code. He also oversees the Charities Division which administers the state's Charitable Solicitation Law.
Francisco has a solid background in management and information technology. He previously worked for the Department of State in the Bureau of Management Information System (BMIS) initially as a Computer Analyst 2, later rising to the rank of Chief of Technical Services for BMIS. More recently, Francisco has served as the Client Satisfaction and Quality Assurance Manager for the Office of Administration and was the Transition Coordinator for the Office of Administration for the Pennsylvania Compute Services project (PACS) for all General Government Operation agencies.
He is a graduate from the University of Puerto Rico with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Computer Science.
Francisco resides in Cumberland County with his wife Sally and two sons, Gabriel and Paul.