LATINA TALENT INCUBATOR
EXILE has a core commitment to diversity, underrepresented communities, and untold stories. We are launching a Latina Talent Incubator – a program created to discover and develop emerging female and gender non-conforming Latinx content creators.
HEAD OF LATINA INCUBATOR
Olga Segura is a Mexican producer and activist currently residing in the United States. Olga has produced over 8 films and her projects have premiered at world class film festivals like Venice, Berlin and Sundance.
Her last film, Waiting for the Barbarians was based on the novel written by Nobel Prize winner J.M. Coetzee, it was directed by Oscar-nominated Ciro Guerra, and premiered at the Venice Film Festival 2019. Her most recent project is a documentary based on the 3-time Latin Grammy winner singer and composer Carla Morrison which she is co-directing and producing.
In addition, along with her partners, writer Alex Kondrake and activist Monica Ramirez, she founded The Latinx House, a platform for people who appreciate, support and celebrate the excellence of the Latinx community. Segura is also a co-founder of She Se Puede, a movement and platform designed to empower the next generation of Latinas. Segura is also passionate about amplifying other women through her digital content series, Decididas. Using her experience as a storyteller, Segura founded the series as a way to highlight inspiring women.
BRITTANY ZION ESTRADA
LA-based creative producer and social impact advocate who has a background in producing engaging and activating dialogue with prominent artists, elected officials, and activists with partners such as Converse, Nike, Harness, and Black Lives Matter Global.
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