Born in Dublin, Ireland to a West Indian Father and Irish Mother, Nadia Ramoutar was raised on a steady diet of culture, literature, music, the arts, and natural beauty. She immigrated to Florida with her family as a teenager and went on to earn a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of North Florida and a Ph.D in Communications from the University of Florida. Nadia returned home to live in Ireland in 2018. She is a creative campaign innovator and director who has worked in media, newspapers, film, video and leadership roles extensively for the past 25 years as a writer, director, producer and executive. She was a college professor at Flagler College and also the Art Institute of Jacksonville, where two of her film students won Student Academy Awards for film. She is an active art advocate and creative professional who does not believe in the old paradigm of starving artists. Her philosophy is that if you do what you love with great love your work is sacred.
Nadia believes in being community centric and has served as a leader on several volunteer boards and organizations, helping raise money and service levels. Energetic and experienced in problem solving, Nadia seeks to make the world better through collaborative communication, innovation and compassion. She resides in Wicklow, Ireland and is the mother of two sons.
Media is a tool Nadia uses to shape the world. She is an accomplished film maker and directed the full length documentary “It’s Huge” which takes an intimate look at the challenges five men face in overcoming obesity. An engaging speaker and dynamic presenter she is leading workshops, groups and consulting with individuals on creative solutions. Always creating and writing, she is getting her message out through social media, books, art, films, blogs and podcasts to reach a global audience. She would love to hear from you. Drnadram@gmail.com.
I dare to tell diverse stories in images and words tapping into an inexhaustible expression of my authentic and exiled voice. My body of work is an expression of courage, colour and a deep love for the complexity, sacredness and beauty of life. I strive to deconstruct reality and liberate expansive, creative and meaningful ideals and energy in myself and my audience.
52 Ways To Free My MOJO
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