Alejandra Sardá-Chandiramani | Sexual Rights Activist, previous Director AWID Forum and Co-creating Feminist Realities Published in 2021 Alejandra Sardá-Chandiramani (she/her) is a feminist activist and translator from Argentina who currently lives in Uruguay. (She has also lived in a few more places in Latin America, Europe and Asia. She is retired from full-time NGO work after many years of very fulfilling work at the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID), Mama Cash and Akahatá, among other feminist organizations. She is an advisor to RESURJ, a Global South-led transnational feminist alliance, a member of the Akahata Board and of Mama Cash’s Community Committee. She also works as a translator for feminist, trans and sex workers’ organizations and funds. She completed graduated studies in Psychology and in Literary Translation and post-graduate studies on Gender and Psychological Clinic as well as International Human Rights. As an activist, Alejandra has been involved with the lesbian, bisexual and sexual rights movements locally, regionally and internationally since the late 80s and she also supports anti-imperialist political processes in South America. She is married to Radhika Chandiramani and her post-retirement goal is to have a slower, more humane but still very rich life.