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Thursday WOP will honor Terri L. Smith, Ashley Charisma Grayson, and Dawn C. Fitzpatrick during the ceremony at Edens Lounge. A portion of the proceeds from the night’s event will go to the Tyre Team fundraising and charity for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Check out this week’s honorees.

Terri L. Smith best known as Terri Love, is the co-founder and co-owner of an umbrella company called Man Law and Woman Rule. MLWL focus on a varity of subjects including having  fun with health and fitness. Smith has been in the entertainment industry for over 20 years, starting out with house parties and eventually making her way up to weddings, co-producing a stage play called “Faith in the Furnace” and  artist development and management of Five time DMV award winner Will Star and countless others. Smith along with a few others opened a member’s only social club, The Vanderbilt House. Volunteering her time to numerous charities and fundraisers including Helping Hands, Living Classrooms, Susan G. Koman Breast Cancer Awareness, and March of Dimes Walk A Thon.

Ashley Charisma Grayson is an author, life coach, producer, and a passionate speaker on various community and relationship related topics. Grayson currently writes for Brown Sista Online Magazine and The Frequency Magazine, and has many achievements to date such as  her own publishing company, A Piece of Peace Publishing, establishing an after school poetry program for underprivileged Baltimore City children, producing and co writing TV One’s first web series and becoming a certified life coach. Grayson created and now oversees The Life Line, a biweekly conference call for young adults seeking professional and personal development.

Dawn C. Fitzpatrick grew up in Pikesville, Maryland and attended Virginia State University to obtain her B.S. degree in Public Administration. She continued her Masters Degree coursework at Coppin State University in the area of Special Education and furthered her academic endeavors at the Johns Hopkins University for Administration & Supervision in Education.In 2002 Fitzpatrick suffered a heart attack and in 2006 was diagnosed with breast cancer. In an effort to bring awareness to the community about heart health, and woman’s health in general, Fitzpatrick has lectured at numerous events as Ambassador of The American Heart Association. She is also a certified breast health educator for the American Cancer Society, President of Sisters Network Baltimore, Affiliate of Sisters Network® Inc.  and founder of a group of young women breast cancer survivors under 40 years old called “Pink Distinction”.