Otis Ramsey-Zöe is a care worker, dramaturg, director, and theatre arts educator. He is an adjunct instructor in dramaturgy at Carnegie Mellon University, junior lecturer in Women's Studies at University of Maryland, and series editor for NoPassport Press’s Dreaming the Americas Series. He has developed new works at such institutions as Sundance Institute, Kennedy Center, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Playwrights Center, National New Play Network, The Classical Theatre of Harlem, and Arena Stage and by such writers as Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm, Nathan Alan Davis, Colman Domingo, Kirsten Greenidge, Noah Haidle, Michael R. Jackson, Jacqueline E. Lawton, Tarell Alvin McCraney, and Stacey Rose. He was an adjunct instructor in Performing Arts at American University, lecturer of Theatre Arts at Howard University, associate artistic director at banished? productions, Future Classics program coordinator at The Classical Theatre of Harlem, and literary manager at Center Stage. He holds degrees from New York University (M.A. in performance studies) and the University of Notre Dame (B.A. in film, television, and theatre).