An Australian infrastructure, engineering and construction lawyer, with extensive experience in major iron ore and other mining related projects. She has been a trusted legal advisor to some of the largest players within the natural resource industry within Australasia, assisting clients throughout the project life cycle, from negotiation through to dispute resolution. Sara is an active, passionate personality, who draws from a rich tapestry of personal experiences, community initiatives and a diverse world view in her professional life. She loves the intellectual rigour of law and finds her greatest purpose both as a mother and as an activist for human rights, especially as it concerns her native Iran. Since Mahsa’s death, Sara has been working with some of Australia’s most active Iranian human rights advocates, seeking Australian diplomatic action against the Islamic Republic regime. Through her work with Women Life Freedom Australia, Sara prepared and promoted some of the earliest petitions to the Australian House of Representatives with the largest public support, promoted and facilitated public participation in an Australian Senate inquiry into the human rights implications of the recent violence in Iran, and attended a public hearing before the Senate committee in that inquiry to advocate for urgent and effective diplomatic action. Sara’s guiding principal in all things human rights and Iran related is unity: she has a deep belief in the unstoppable power of the majority and is passionate about uniting the Iranian diaspora and their allies on an international level, to free Iranians of injustice and tyranny, and make the democratic aspirations of the Iranian peoples, soon their reality.