March 24, 2013 04:00 PM by Veronica Dudo
As an all-star contestant on Celebrity Apprentice, Omarosa Manigault is working her best to manipulate her teammates so she can win Donald Trump’s reality show. TV viewers first met Omarosa as a participant on the first season of NBC’s reality competition: The Apprentice. Ever since then she has been voted the #1 villain on reality TV! Did you know she worked under the Clinton administration at the White House and she’s a Minister? Keep reading to find out more on the trouble-making TV star!
Omarosa is the only three-time participant in Apprentice history. She has appeared on more than 30 television shows including scripted, unscripted and major talk shows. Before appearing on The Apprentice, Omarosa served as Deputy Associate Director of Presidential Personnel at the White House during the Clinton administration. She also teaches Branding and Marketing in the MBA program at the Howard University School of Business.
Omarosa helped launch Reality Weekly Magazine and served as the magazine’s first West Coast editor. Now, she is the West Coast Editor at Ok! Weekly Magazine.
While competing on Celebrity Apprentice, the money she wins goes to the Sue Duncan Children’s Center. She likes to give back to the community and has worked with the Maya Angelou Public Charter School in Washington, D.C., the Positive Vibrations Program in Compton, California and the Fred Jordan Mission in California. Omarosa has even traveled for missionary work including assignments in Nigeria, Senegal, Guyana, Haiti, and The Gambia.
After the tragic loss of her fiance, Oscar nominee Michael Clarke Duncan, Omarosa founded the Michael Clarke Duncan “You Can Do Anything” Organization in his memory.
As an ordained Baptist Minister, Reverend Omarosa is an Assistant Pastor of Weller Street Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles, California.
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