Video Journalism

Luis J. Jiménez produced this video report about the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Latin America and along the U.S.-Mexico border.


This video report, which was photographed, produced and narrated by Luis J. Jiménez, reports on a Summer Science and Innovation Camp for Latin American high school students held in July at the Institute of the Americas.

Luis J. Jiménez

Web Developer

Luis J. Jiménez is a photojournalist who is refocusing on web design and presenting news on multiple platforms. His experience ranges from covering Mexico’s armed Zapatista uprising to presidential elections to the tequila industry and Day of the Dead celebrations. His work has appeared in U.S. newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Houston Chronicle, the Dallas Morning News, the Austin American-Statesman, The San Diego Union-Tribune and U.S. News & World Report. His coverage of rural poverty in México was selected as a finalist in the photojournalism category of World Hunger Year’s Harry Chapin Media Awards. Luis now resides in San Diego.


 

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S. Lynne Walker
President and Executive Director

S. Lynne Walker is a Pulitzer Prize finalist whose reporting has taken her to Mexico, where she lived for almost 16 years and reported on political, economic, legal and social issues affecting U.S.-Mexico relations. Walker began her journalism career at the age of 18 when she got her first newspaper Read More
<strong>Walter Baranger</strong><br>Vice President

Walter Baranger
Vice President

Walter Baranger, former senior editor of news operations at The New York Times, joined InquireFirst as vice president in August 2017. Baranger has a deep understanding of the challenges facing journalists in Latin America and around the world. During his 27-year tenure at The Times, he logged more than 3 Read More
<strong>Luis J. Jimenez</strong><br>Web Developer

Luis J. Jimenez
Web Developer

Luis J. Jiménez is a photojournalist who is refocusing on web design and presenting news on multiple platforms. His experience ranges from covering Mexico’s armed Zapatista uprising to presidential elections to the tequila industry and Day of the Dead celebrations. Read More
<strong>Audrey Aguilar</strong> <br>Logistics Director, Symposiums

Audrey Aguilar
Logistics Director, Symposiums

Audrey Aguilar is an event planning specialist who serves as Logistics Director for Symposiums at InquireFirst. Since joining InquireFirst in 2016, Audrey has directed logistics for journalism workshops in Costa Rica, San Francisco, San Diego and at Stanford University. The workshops were attended by almost 300 journalists from more than Read More
Julieta Pelcastre

Julieta Pelcastre
Logistics Director, Mexico Symposiums

Julieta Pelcastre is a Mexican journalist with more than 23 years of experience in investigative reporting. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications related to politics, migration, corruption, drug trafficking, security and defense, including Journalists for Transparency, 100 Reporters, Los Angeles Post-Examiner, Diálogo-America, Cox Newspapers, Mundo Hispánico and Ahora Sí. Read More
Luisa Reyes

Luisa Reyes
Director, Science & Health Symposiums

Prior to joining InquireFirst, Luisa served as the Institute of the Americas’ STEM Programs Manager, following four years as a key contributor to the Institute’s Science & Innovation Summer Camp, co-founding a professional workshop for STEM Instructors and expanding its reach to Latin America. Read More
<strong>Denisse A. Tirado</strong> <br>Director, Symposiums

Denisse A. Tirado
Director, Symposiums

Before joining InquireFirst, Denisse A. Tirado was director of the Institute of the Americas Summer Camp on Science and Innovation. For six years, Denisse helped organize the camp for more than 200 students from 16 Latin American countries, the Caribbean and the U.S. who received scholarships to attend the two-week Read More