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Since graduating from NYU, Tisch, Ramadei has been performing and producing across various platforms. She's a founding member of The Nola Project and Lesser America, currently in residence at Cherry Lane Theatre.

Select theater credits: The Oregon Trail (Fault Line Theatre), Wyoming (Lesser America), Carnival Kids (Lesser America - NY Times Critics' Pick); Ghost Brothers of Darkland County by Stephen King, music by John Mellencamp in commercial workshop); Fairytale of New York (with David Simon and The Pogues in commercial workshop); Exit Carolyn (NYIT nomination); The Year of the Rooster (EST/Youngblood); Cloud Nine (Ambie Award Nomination) and Love's Labors Lost with The Nola Project; Too Little Too Late (HERE Arts - NYIT Nomination); and also with Lesser America: American River, Just Right Just Now, Too Much Too Soon, and Squealer.  Film, TV, and New Media: Unicornland, Orange is the New Black, Me and Lizzie, Center Holds, Another Kind, Compulsive Love, Gasoline, Eagles Are Turning People Into Horses (BriTANick).

She served for several years with the Public Theater on the Student Ambassador Program, a specialized student discount ticket initiative. She went on to work extensively with LAByrinth Theater Company, as an intern, production assistant, and finally as resident social media guru, piloting several digital marketing campaigns for various productions. She also assisted with script development on Jack Goes Boating, a screen adaptation of the play, starring and directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman. Ramadei currently serves as the Director of Creative Development for the American Playwriting Foundation.

In addition to running Lesser America, alongside co-founders Daniel Abeles and Nate Miller, Ramadei currently freelance produces across various mediums, working additionally as a writer, content creator and social media manager.  Ramadei is widely known for penning an open letter about sexual harassment and the poor treatment of individuals in the service industry. The note went viral, resulting in articles, features, and interviews with Huffington Post, Gothamist, The Frisky, Jezebel, New York Magazine, The Atlantic, and The Meredith Vieira Show.