Amira Karaoud is a visual Journalist, audio reporter and anthropologist whose work is based between the US and North Africa. Karaoud is passionate about telling stories of tight-knit communities who thrive on finding their own authenticities and creating connections around their subculture.
Karaoud covers human interest stories on displacement, gender and identity as well as climate change issues in the US and Tunisia. Her work appeared in Reuters, Reuters TV, New York Times, Bloomberg, Washington Post, PBS, KET, CBS News, LEO Louisville, Aljazeera America…
Her audio work started with Radio Lab Documentary "The Other Latif." She's currently producing her own podcast on women's stories of immigration "From MotherLand to HomeLand" in collaboration with WFPL (NPR radio) incubator.
Karaoud is currently pursuing her PhD in Anthropology, Media and Performance at the University of Manchester, UK.
Karaoud is a member of Women Photograph and Diversify Photo and a fellowship of ICFJ.