The following people are classified as the working board members and represent the hands of Philo.
Founder, Cameron Segura
Cameron is a Viterbo University graduate originally from Colorado. He has taken his affinity for film and the Franciscan values to create videos focused on human rights. Specifically, most of his work deals with Latin films and issues. He has traveled, studied and worked in a variety of South and Central American countries and is constantly trying to create ways to show audiences the importance of media literacy and the power of digital mediums. Overall, the culmination of Cameron’s travels and experiences have led him to create Philo in an attempt to educate others about the injustices faced by so many.
Coordinator, Lia Neterval-Quiel
Leah Neterval-Quiel is a student at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse majoring in Spanish and Psychology with a minor and Ethnic and Racial Studies. She has an immense passion for social justice and giving back to the community. This is reflected in the time she has spent volunteering at various social justice agencies within the La Crosse area. Leah comes from a diverse background, originating from Milwaukee, WI, and a multicultural household with an immigrant mother. Leah is extremely motivated to ensure that the unheard voices get heard.
Cinematographer, Tyler Fimreite
Tyler Fimreite is a graduate from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse with a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems. He has taken his love of film and transformed it into creating short films to both tell stories and shed light on contemporary social and environmental issues. Utilizing the idea that visual media is the best way to reach a broad audience in communicating these issues, Tyler hopes to share the message in each short and Philo’s messages to as many people as possible.