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Omara Harris Makes Her Mark in Entertainment Law
Omara Harris, C'2000, is an entertainment lawyer and founder of the Law Office of Omara S. Harris, Esq., LLC, a boutique entertainment law firm catering to negotiating, drafting and reviewing entertainment contracts for recording artists, actors, designers, authors, record labels, producers, managers and publishing companies. 

Margaret Johnson Serves Her Profession and Community Well
Margaret Johnson, C'2000, has served as the president of the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College -- Los Angeles Chapter, since 2012. 

A transactional entertainment attorney, Rogers earned her Juris Doctor degree from Howard University School of Law and serves in the counsel, business and legal affairs division at Odd Lot Entertainment, a Los Angeles-based film and television production company that develops, produces, finances and arranges distribution for quality, commercial properties for both the domestic and international markets. 

Michelle Proctor Rogers Marries Her Love for Theater and Law
Michelle Proctor Rogers, vice president and associate general counsel, Business and Legal Affairs at BET Networks, graduated from Spelman College in 1991. She received a scholarship to attend Spelman and while a student, she received the Bertie award for “Best Lead Actress” in Atlanta theater. 

Upon graduation, Rogers went on to earn a MFA degree in acting from the University of Pittsburgh where she received a teaching fellowship. She is also a graduate of the University of Maryland Law School where she was awarded “Best Moot Court Oral Advocate.” 

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Poet Gina Loring, C’2000, Pens Poetic Tribute to Empower Women
Los Angeles-based poet, singer and songwriter Gina Loring, C’2000, has partnered with British director Deborah Anderson to create a video message to honor and empower women everywhere. One Billion Rising, a global campaign to end violence against women, recently released the duo’s collaborative project “Walking Prayers,” featuring poetry written and performed by Loring. 

According to the press announcement, the video is a poetic call to action to encourage women to love and respect themselves and to fight misogyny, sexism, violence, hate and ignorance. Loring has appeared on HBO’s “Def Poetry,” BET’s “Lyric Café” and TVOne’s “Verses and Flow.” 

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