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Virginia Jiménez

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Virginia Jiménez is an award-wining former journalist with over two decades experience working with the Hispanic/Latino community in Los Angeles. A native of Mexico City, Virginia completed her studies in Communications/Mass Media at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She immigrated to the United States in 1983 and three years later became one of the pioneers of Spanish Language Media in Los Angeles. Working as a News Reporter and Substitute Anchor for KVEA, Channel 52, Virginia helped launch Telemundo Network, the second largest Spanish Language television Network in the United States. Virginia was part of the team that, in 1992, competing against other Spanish and English language News Programs, won an Emmy Award for Best Half Hour Newscast. Virginia’s work also earned her five Emmy Award nominations and numerous Community recognitions. In 2002 Virginia joined KMEX, Channel 34 in Los Angeles (Univision network) where she worked as News Reporter until the end of 2003. During this time, she attended the prestigious Poynter Institute of Journalism in Florida. Prior to joining Univision, Virginia wrote Editorial commentaries dealing with social and political issues affecting the Spanish-Speaking Community in Los Angeles. La Opinion, the largest Spanish-Language newspaper in the Country, published her writings. In 2006 Virginia Founded Vida-Productions, a video-biographical company that produces personal history and organizational videos for individual families and non-profit organizations. At the same time, Virginia worked as a Spanish Editorial Consultant/Writer for the second and third season shows (2005-2007) of Los Ninos En Su Casa (A Place of Our Own), a Public Broadcast System (PBS) television series devoted to the education of young children. Her interest and experience in community outreach and engagement led Virginia to join, in January of 2009, the largest peace-time civic mobilization in the United States. As a Partnership Specialist for the 2010 U.S. Census, Virginia developed and implemented strategies that resulted in the significant participation increase of the Hispanic community in Los Angeles West Central region. Virginia also coordinated career fairs and created motivational and personal development content for a workshop to benefit former 2010 Census employees. Currently, Ms. Jimenez combines her journalistic, entrepreneurship, community outreach skills to improve the quality of life in her community. She is adept at promoting personal development and life affirming education to individuals and groups to support and assure on-going individual and family emotional and professional self-sufficiency and stability. Virginia loves meditating, reading, journaling, collaging, cooking and hiking. She has completed three marathon races in Los Angeles. She is married and has two children, 19-year-old Daniela and 14-year-old Diego.

Columnas por Virginia Jiménez:

Prevengamos la violencia hacia los niños desde nuestro hogar
Publicado en: marzo 20, 2012

Por Virginia Jiménez Si queremos cambiar el mundo, comencemos en nuestra propia casa. Asegurémonos de que nuestros niños y niñas sean tratados con la dignidad, el amor y el respeto que se merecen. Ofrezcámosles un ambiente seguro, en el... Ver nota completa >>>

Comenzar comenzando: no a la procrastinación
Publicado en: febrero 17, 2012

Hace tiempo he querido retomar la pluma y escribir reportajes y opiniones públicas como lo he hecho en el pasado, pero por uno u otro motivo he ido dejando esta actividad para después, pensando que “mañana tendré mas tiempo” ... Ver nota completa >>>

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