Angela Jimenez is an iPondr visuals editor. A long-time contributor to The New York Times and Getty Images, she has also does work with Minnesota Public Radio and has worked as a photo editor at the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Her work has been honored by the Magenta Foundation, American Photography, Review Santa Fe and the Communication Arts Photo Annual, supported by grants from The Alexia Foundation student award, The Puffin Foundation and the Aspen Institute/Pluribus Project, and acquired into the permanent collection of the Leslie Lohman Museum for Gay & Lesbian Art.

She has taught photojournalism & multimedia to graduate students in the NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute and the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and to art majors at Nassau Community College.

She has crowd-funded and self-published two photo books: Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival (2009), about the worker community of one of the oldest and largest lesbian-feminist gatherings in the world, and Racing Age (2017), a collection of essays and photographs about competitive masters track & field athletes age 60 and older.

In 2018-2019, her project Racing Age began touring senior centers accompanied by community engagement workshops through an Arts Tour grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board.

All Stories by Angela Jimenez

June 30, 2021

Bringing equality to sports through motherhood

Many athletes don’t have the same protections as other pregnant women who work. Through visibility and advocacy, pregnant athletes are making strides for the women that will follow.

June 1, 2021

Highlights of the progress to rid sports of hurtful images

Decades of protest against racist stereotypes have led to mascot changes in high school, college and professional sports. In 2020, the Washington Football Team finally succumbed to the pressure to drop its controversial team name, in use since 1933.

May 5, 2021

Creating opportunities for the 'creator's game'

Through an internationally recognized lacrosse program, the Haudenosaunee are reclaiming their own place in the sport they created.

March 3, 2021

How should robots behave, and who gets to decide?

Shalaleh Rismani, a roboethicist, is exploring the complex question of how to make ethical robots, and she asks: With regards to care, driving, or even war, what are the issues that need consideration?

January 19, 2021

Women in sports positions who are leading the way

These are some of the women who are breaking gender barriers in professional and collegiate sports through their coaching, organizational leadership and advocacy.