Rasha Al Jundi is a Palestinian visual storyteller and a social documentary photographer. A second generation Palestinian in exile, she was born in Amman, Jordan, grew up in the UAE, and moved to Lebanon for higher education, where she volunteered with the Lebanese Red Cross and coordinated rural development and environmental programs. From 2009 to 2021 she worked in humanitarian and developmental aid in the Middle East and north and south Sub-Saharan Africa. An early photographic series, The Road to Bama, which addressed forced returns of displaced Nigerians, was followed by La Hembra, about the woman Cuban boxer Idamyles, and In the Name of, which documented communal religious and cultural beliefs. In 2020, she produced A State of Mind, about depression, combined images with verses by Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish. In 2021, Rasha became an associate with Photographers Without Borders and followed the work of a grassroots organization in a Nairobi slum. Her work focuses on social, political and cultural stories that she is personally connected to. She is the 2022 Ian Parry grant winner and a graduate from the Documentary and Visual Photojournalism program at the International Center for Photography.