Author of award-winning memoir Mongol.
Would love to co-work with documentary makers and feature film producers, filming in Mongolia and UK.
Uuganaa Ramsay’s best-selling memoir Mongol won the Janetta Bowie Chalice Non-Fiction Book Award from the Scottish Association of Writers. She made and presented BBC Radio 4 and World Service documentary – The Meaning of Mongol. She received the Scottish Asian Women’s Award For Achievement presented by Nicola Sturgeon MSP, First Minister of Scotland.
She has been interviewed across the national and international media. Articles and interviews with her have been published in the Independent, Herald, Sunday Express, Sunday Mail, on the BBC News website in English and Spanish. Her article “The Meaning of Mongol” on BBC News online became one of the most shared items on both BBC News and BBC Mundo websites as well as Twitter. Uuganaa is an avid campaigner her voice and message has reached both the United Nations and the World Health Organizations.
Janetta Bowie Chalice from the Scottish Association of Writers for non-fiction book 'Mongol'
Creative Woman of the Year 2012 for Mongolians in Europe
Scottish Asian Women’s Award For Achievement. This award recognises the achievements of a Scottish Asian woman in the face of adversity and challenging circumstances – a true modern day heroine.