Dorie Hagler is a documentary photographer whose work has appeared in The New York Times, New York Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Forbes, Glamour, AARP, New Mexico Magazine, and many other publications. Inspired by her Peace Corps service, she uses photography as a tool for building community and advocating for social change. Dorie founded me&EVE, a visual social justice movement that shares stories of ordinary women. She also spearheaded a photography class for women at Riker’s Island and is producing a film about criminal justice. Dorie’s work has been commissioned, exhibited, and collected by museums, state agencies, and individuals.