Sara Anjargolian is a documentary photographer focusing on visual storytelling projects that seek to inspire social change. She is a recipient of the Fulbright scholarship and a United Nations award for her photography. Anjargolian has partnered with numerous non-profit organizations to raise awareness on humanitarian causes around the world. Her body of work has been exhibited widely and most recently includes: the story of AIDS and drug-resistant tuberculosis among the Zulu people in South Africa; “How We Live” a photography installation, book and film documenting poverty in Armenia; “Not Here” a project focusing on labor migration from Armenia to Los Angeles; and, “Zenne Dancer” a feature film in Turkey about the honor killing of a gay man by his father (for which she served as the still photographer). Anjargolian graduated summa cum laude from the University of California Los Angeles with a degree in Political Science/Public Policy, and then went on to law school, receiving her law degree from the University of California Berkeley. Anjargolian’s legal career has included serving as a trial lawyer for the U.S. Department of Justice, Associate Professor and Assistant Dean at the American University of Armenia Law Department, and policy advisor to the Los Angeles City Attorney.