about Andrew Ramsammy
Andrew Ramsammy is a multi-platform leader having spent over 20 years in theater, radio, TV, and digital.
He is the founder of UnitedPublic Strategies, an organization committed to diversifying the public media landscape.
Prior to UP Strategies, he was the Director of Content Projects & Initiatives at Public Radio International. While at PRI he managed Across Women's Lives, a content vertical dedicated to global women’s issues, and Global Nation – Education, a successful partnership initiative linking five stations across the country in producing both stories and events, related to America’s changing classroom through the lens of immigration.
He executive produced The Daytripper, a program that highlighted Texas travel, culture, and cuisine, and aired nationally on PBS stations. He has also worked as a video and film producer, event planner and senior communications strategist.
Andrew is recognized leader in public media. He's a 2016 Next Generation Fellow, an editorial leadership program housed at WGBH, and is embedding with NPR and NPR's Code Switch Team. He was a previous fellow at the CPB/PBS Producers Academy and was an AIR New Voices Scholar.
He is a three-time Emmy award winner, a graduate of LaGuardia High School for the Arts, and has a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City.