Natasha Havrilenko graduated from The University of Winnipeg’s Public Relations, Marketing, and Strategic Communications program in the summer of 2016. Prior to returning to student life, she worked as a life book biographer where she created biographies for disabled individuals. This position transformed Natasha from being a communications addict to a communications advocate, instilling the belief that everyone deserves to have their story heard.
Natasha is the co-founder and editor of rip/torn magazine, a submission-based art and literary publication that seeks to honour the explicit, raw beauty of human imperfection. Further, she acts as a board member, chair of fundraising, and volunteer coordinator for send + receive, an international festival of sound. This festival is what grew Natasha’s appreciation of sound, creating fuel for an unmuted breed, a blog about sound art and all that is in its periphery.
Natasha’s passion for the arts doesn’t end there, as she serves as the Director of Marketing and Communications on a volunteer basis for Rainbow Trout Music Festival.
While Natasha is a fan of writing, she is not a fan of writing about herself. If you would like to know more, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact via LinkedIn.