Zaydee Sanchez is a Mexican-American visual storyteller, documentary photographer, and writer. Her work focuses on human rights and social change issues such as migration, displacement, labor workers, gender, and racial discrimination. She is a 2021 USC Annenberg Reporting Health Journalist Fellow, where she documented the inadequacy of healthcare in the Mexican indigenous farmworker community in the Central Valley of California. In 2019, The Commission on the Status of Women honored Zaydee as one of the Pioneer Women of the Year for her documentation and devotion in highlighting the community of Skid Row in Los Angeles. Zaydee believes in the power of truthful journalism and strives for commonality in her work.