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FOUNDER'S TRIBUTE
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Film & Video Productions
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LOCATION STILLS

Legacy, Inc. on location in Kenya, credit Victoria Whitmore

On location in Kenya
(credit Victoria Whitmore)




Legacy covers the Boston Marathon

Legacy covers the Boston Marathon




MA Gov. Deval Patrick, Wanda Whitmore, President Barack Obama, Valerie Whitmore

MA Gov. Deval Patrick, Wanda Whitmore, President Barack Obama, Valerie Whitmore
(credit Artis Graham)




Close-up on National Politics: Hillary Clinton & Jesse Jackson, Legacy, Inc.

Close-up on National Politics
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Epiphany School Hallway




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Film Crew in the Crowd
(credit Lance Douglas)




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Pinnacle Musical Mood
(credit Lance Douglas)




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Polished Set for the Harvard MBA
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Pipers Dress up Construction Site
(credit Lance Douglas)




Legacy, Inc.
Wanda Whitmore and Valerie Whitmore

Wanda Whitmore and Valerie F. Whitmore
Founders/Producers, LEGACY, INC.
(credit Lolita Parker, Jr.)



Wanda Whitmore

Wanda Whitmore

Wanda Whitmore, Co-Founder/Principal of Legacy, Inc., is a graduate of Harvard & Radcliffe Colleges and holds a Master’s degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Her training began at CBS Network and at WBZ-TV, Boston, where she was a news writer.


Ms. Whitmore focuses on current affairs, politics, strategic messaging and stories where personal profiles drive narrative. Assignments include: NAACP editorials; Harvard Business School book synopses; B.E.T. on-air news reporting; and Black Enterprise finance articles. "Kenya: Cradle of Champions," a National Geographic EXPLORER film, and "a nanny’s life" a Boston Film Festival premier, broadened her reach as a Writer/Producer. Opinion leading ideas are her trademark.


Wanda Whitmore


Valerie F. Whitmore

In Memoriam

Valerie Whitmore

Valerie Whitmore, Co-Founder of Legacy Inc., served as President and managed the company’s broadcast operations. Ms. Whitmore earned a B.A. from the University of Maryland; worked for network affiliates in Washington, D.C. and Boston; and had a previous television production startup. She was Show Producer for "Coming Together" (local) and Segment Producer for "Evening Magazine" (national primetime).


Ms. Whitmore won multiple Emmy, and International Film & Television Festival of New York and Unity awards. She produced the B.E.T documentary on slavery, "Dark Passages"; "Bahia, Africa of the Americas," a PBS feature; and "Kenya: Cradle of Champions" for National Geographic Television. International programs, entertainment specials and multi-camera live events defined her professional reputation and zeal.


Valerie Whitmore