Katie Elmore Mota

Filmmaker

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Filmmaker; co-president of Wise Entertainment and executive producer of East Los High

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By Kristin Marguerite Doidge 
 The sacred tenet for almost any daytime television network exec is simple: maintain the status quo, and do what has worked countless times over and over…

'East Los High'

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