Deborah J. Crable is president and CEO of DJC Enterprises, Inc., a media services and production company. The media services division provides clients with message and image solutions, video production and media training. The production division also develops television, theater and film projects that offer insightful interpretations and inspiring images of the African Diaspora experience. Production credits include the national Telly Award-winning documentary “Heading West” that traces the migration of African-Americans from the southern states to the west of Chicago. Premier clients include Kennedy-King College, WYCC-TV20, the nation’s largest minority-controlled PBS station licensed to the City Colleges of Chicago, Gallery Guichard-one of Bronzevilles premier galleries promoting works by African descended artists, the African-American Military Museum and Africa International House which produces the annual African Festival of the Arts. Ms. Crable is the national chairman of the National Alliance of Market Developers, one of the nation’s oldest professional African-American organizations. As president, she installed the first NAMD exhibition at the DuSable Museum of African-American history in Chicago. She aims to heighten awareness of the power and significant of the African-American market during her tenure with a national public service campaign entitled: Know Your Buying Power.