American film and tv producer whose company, Martin Run after Productions, worked closely with Disney and ABC. She was the initial African-American woman to truly have a single producing cope with a major studio room. She started her profession as an attorney with her J.D. from Harvard Laws School, but got into the film sector and was employed by Denzel Washington to perform his production firm in 1992. She also mentored film creation students on the School of Southern California and offered on the Plank of Trustees of Support Holyoke University, her alma mater. She fulfilled her hubby while enrolled at Harvard Laws School. They afterwards divorced. She created The Sisterhood from the Traveling Slacks, which starred America Ferrera.