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Mark Carter

Mark David Carter has produced and directed the following fashion presentations:  Ice (Winter 1996), The Magic, Majesty & Mystique of Fashions (Winter 1997), Mannequins (Summer 1998), The Walk of Fame (Winter 1998), Creme De La Creme (Summer 1999), Equinox (Winter 1999), Blaque Taboo (Summer 2000), Illusions (Winter 2000), Sweetest Hangover (Summer 2001), Reality: 007 Fashion Odyssey (Winter 2001), Haute Transitions (Summer 2002), The Chill Factor Of Hair & Fashions (Winter 2002), Total Gravity (Summer 2003), Photoshoot (Winter 2003), Revolution: Evolve In Style (Winter 2004), Fashion Casino (Summer 2005), High Voltage (Winter 2005), Fashion Carnival (Summer 2006), Portfolio (Winter 2006) and Cirque De Fashions (Summer 2007).

Mark David Carter's other experience includes the fashion programming of more than fifteen distinct clients -- AFAM Concepts, Inc. (Vitale), Africa International House, Afrique Newsmagazine, Assembly of Faith Church, Chicago Public Schools (Hyde Park, South Shore and Westinghouse), D-orum Products, DuSable Museum, The Ella Flagg Young Association, HAJ Designs Chicago, JF Labs, Inc., Laura Rosa House, Inc., Lou Rawls Tobacco Road, Inc., Martin’s Intercluture, Ltd., Motorola Corporation, Planning Experts, Ltd., Power Circle Congregation, South Central Community Services, Under The Veil Foundation and The Women’s Community Club (Racine, WI).

Mark David Carter was a core member of the production staff for fashion events produced in conjunction with these cutting edge international fashion designers -- Folorunso Alakija (Nigeria), Kofi Ansah (Ghana), Fred Eboka (South Africa), Elhadi Mademba Gueye (Senegal), Ron Hodges (New York) and Stella Quaye (Ghana).  He has been often called “The Ambassador For Fashion”.

Mark David Carter’s fashion event planning skills were used by African Festival Of The Arts 1997 through 2006.  His title was Fashion Show Coordinator.  His responsibilities included:  fashion commentary, garment procurement, model management, music arrangement and show format.  He was also involved in organizing televised fashion segments for the event’s media partners ABC 7, FOX 32, NBC 5 and WGN 9.  The Inner Beauty Fashion Affair production was noted as a main stage event.

In June 2001, Mark David Carter was presented with a Community Service Award by Mother to Mother, a non-profit agency specializing in transitional services for women.  Mr. Carter pursued a B.A. in Business Administration with concentration in Hospitality Management at Howard University in Washington, D.C.

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