Ravnita Joyce is a Writer-Printmaker, Educator and Migrant. She holds a Bachelor of Education from USQ Australia, MSc in International Public Policy and Diplomacy UCC, and currently studies at both Oxford University and CIT Crawford College of Arts in Creative Writing and Creativity & Changemaking.
She is part-time Features Editor of Good Day Cork, and works creatively to break systemic barriers and amplify underrepresented voices, especially those marginalised at the intersections of gender/race-ethnicity.
She has previously volunteered and worked with Nasc on Integration projects, and with Graffiti Theatre Company cultivated Fighting Words Cork alongside managing BEAG Early Years Sensory Arts-play.
Her Australian experience includes Refugee development spaces, First Nations & Higher Education access projects including 'TRAMS - Toowoomba Refugee and Migrant Support' and 'Future Moves' at Charles Sturt University.