Terri J. Vaughn first stole America’s heart with her lovable portrayal of Lovita Alizay Jenkins on “The Steve Harvey Show,” a role that earned her three NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actress. She was also honored with Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her work on the groundbreaking series “Soulfood,” and has numerous other television and film credits including Will Smith’s “All of Us,” Oprah Winfrey’s “Greenleaf,” and Tyler Perry’s “Daddy’s Little Girls.” Terri has also produced multiple projects under her independent production company, Nina Holiday Entertainment. “Between Sisters,” which aired as the highest rated show on GMC Network and “Sugar Mommas,” which was nominated for a 2013 NAACP Image Award, are just a couple of the projects Terri created, starred in and produced. In 2016 Terri made her television and film directing debuts. For Aspire TV she directed their first half-hour comedy presentation, “Mommy Uncensored,” then an episode of BounceTV’s “Man & Wife,” starring David and Tamela Mann. Terri directed the hilarious comedy feature, #DigitalLivesMatter starring social media comedic influencers DC Young Fly and Emmanuel Hudson. Also an activist, in 1997 Terri started Take Wings Foundation, in the San Francisco Bay Area, to mentor young women growing up in at-risk communities.