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Meet Debra Martin Chase, shot caller extraordinaire.  Easily one of the most powerful and influential women in Hollywood, Chase has produced some of the most lucrative film franchises such as Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants, The Princess Diaries and The Cheetah Girls.  She’s also dominated the small screen as well, with  Disney Channel’s musical Lemonade Mouth being the most watched cable movie of 2011 (the soundtrack was the #4 album in the U.S.).  Formerly a high pedigreed attorney (graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Mount Holyoke  College,  J.D. at  Harvard Law School), Chase decided to chase  her dream of entering of the movie biz, and soon found herself running production companies for Whitney Houston and Denzel Washington.   Eventually Chase would land her own producing deal with The Walt Disney Company, making her the first African-American woman to do so with a major studio.

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