Veteran Television Producer and Executive Producer in charge of production for the hit Bravo series "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" Dorothy Toran stopped by to spend "A Few Moments With" FOX's Crystal I. Berger. Dorothy shares how she's built success across a wide variety of networks and production companies including Bravo, Discovery, TV One, MTV, Essence, Telepictures, True Entertainment, Left Field Pictures and Sirens Media. She also discloses the intimate details of losing her younger sister Weade Williams-Bridges to lupus; and how her sister's passion has created a new found--honoring Weade's legacy by using her voice and platform as a television producer to increase public understanding and support for people affected by this devastating disease. Dorothy also gives advice on how to strategically maximize efficiency and reach set goals, while balancing family and career success. Toran is the National Ambassador for The Lupus Foundation of America, national spokesperson for the Celfie Cosmetics Color Me Happy Campaign; and is a proud Liberian-American with a passion for managing the creative production process while being a dedicated wife and loving mother of two.

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