10 Oct 2009

Rogers Hartmann at TEDxSMU 2009

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I Remember a Different Me

After growing up in Dallas, Rogers Hartmann moved to Los Angeles to begin what would be an almost twenty year career in the film business managing screenwriters, directors and novelists. She continues to manage clients, but is currently producing film and television, as well. In June of 2008, Rogers was diagnosed with Dystonia, more specifically, Spasmodic Torticollis. Almost immediately, Rogers was invited to appear on Oprah with Michael J. Fox, The Today Show with Meredith Vieira and NBC in the Dallas/Forth Worth Metroplex. She then decided to take a break from television interviews, so she could focus more time on writing articles for a variety of publications, some local and some national. It is estimated that over 400 million people have seen her personal story.

You can find out more about Rogers at lifewithdystonia.com

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