Iván works as the Program Manager for the Hispanic/Latino Affairs Division at the SC Commission for Minority Affairs. Mr. Segura has several years of experience in community activism, arts advocacy and grassroots leadership development for Latinos in SC.
Mr. Segura has over twenty years of experience in community activism, arts advocacy and grassroots leadership development for Latinos in South Carolina. His volunteer advocacy work includes serving as the Executive Director of Palmetto Luna Arts, an organization dedicated to making a positive impact in society by fostering Latino arts and culture. He is a member of the SC Hispanic Leadership Council’s Board of Directors and also a member of the Advisory Council of Mexico’s Secretary of Foreign Affairs’ Institute of Mexicans Abroad.
He serves on the ACLU National Board of Directors and also as treasurer at the ACLU of SC. A graduate of the Riley Institute’s Diversity Leadership Institute, he holds a BS in Financial Administration from Aguascalientes University in Mexico. Mr. Segura’s advocacy, arts and leadership activities place emphasis on the development of Latino youth and children as the future leaders of our community and nation. A firm believer in collaboration, he is constantly forging new collaborative efforts with other minority groups to foster an equitable community for all.