Anita Pouchard Serra is a 'French-Argentinized' photojournalist and visual storyteller based in Buenos Aires, Argentina and working in Latin America. Her work revolves around questions and territories that cross her personally, connected with current societal issues like identity, migration, women's rights and territory with a transdisciplinary approach. She is a Pulitzer Center grantee (2020), a WE WOMEN grantee by United Photo Industries and Women Photograph (2019-2020), and a MOVING WALLS fellow by Open Society Foundations (2018-2020). In 2017, thanks to the ADELANTE fellowship, she started the collective project about Salvadoran migration to the US “Welcome to Intipucá City” with two other fellows. Her work has been published in The New York Times Lens Blog, Bloomberg, Washington Post, Le Monde, Amnesty, Days Japan, Wired, and Geo Magazine among others. She exhibited her work in Argentina, France, Uruguay, Mexico, Spain and USA. She is a visual storytelling teacher and has given community engagement workshops since 2014.