Natasha Ramoutar

Natasha Ramoutar

Natasha graduated with High Distinction in 2016 with a double major in English and French. Blending her passion for creative writing and research, she was widely involved within the English department. She was published both at Scarborough campus and St. George campus in Scarborough Fair MagazineThe VarsityGoose Fiction, and The Spectatorial. Furthermore, she presented her creative writing 3 years in a row at the Undergraduate Humanities Conferences, presented her research at the 2016 Interdisciplinary Research & Discovery Symposium, and read at the Miriam Toews: In Conversation event in 2014. 

As a student leader, she volunteered with Scarborough Fair Magazine and the Students of English Literature and Film (SELF). She also worked as a Research Assistant for Dr. Kara Gaston. As an English co-op student, Natasha successfully obtained and completed two work terms at Ontario Power Generation in the Learning & Development division. 

In 2018, Natasha finished her Master of Professional Communication at Ryerson University. Her award-winning research creation project focused on the representation of women in Muay Thai by creating a digital fiction game based on interviews. Her internship for the program was at Sony Music Canada, and currently works as a Social Media Producer at CBC Music. She is also the Social Media Coordinator at the Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD). 

Her work has been included in projects by Nuit Blanche Toronto, Diaspora Dialogues and Scarborough Arts and has been published in PRISM Magazine, The Unpublished City II, Room Magazine, Living Hyphen and more. Bittersweet, her first poetry collection, will be published by Mawenzi House in 2020. 

In 2019, she launched a Scarborough anthology FEEL WAYS with fellow UTSC alumni Adrian De Leon and Téa Mutonji. Learn more at