Rising from the depths of extreme poverty, Omarosa Manigault Newman was the only African American senior advisor to the 45th President of the United States in the White House. She previously served in the Clinton White House in the office of Presidential Personnel.
In Omarosa’s New York Time’s best seller she takes us on her unbelievable journey from Youngstown public housing projects to become a global TV sensation on the NBC hit show The Apprentice in spellbinding fashion. Known by only her first name OMAROSA and utilizing the backdrop of her tumultuous childhood and her own personal tragedies to fuel her life lesson, she takes listeners on a journey that celebrates triumphs over tragedies.
Omarosa has traveled the world lecturing. She has delivered a moving sermon in Jerusalem during a trip to the Holy Land where she was also baptized in the Jordan River.
Omarosa’s greatest passion is her lifelong commitment to urban ministry, at-risk youth and ending homelessness. She has worked on behalf of the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, the Positive Vibrations program in Compton, CA and the Fred Jordan Mission, on Skid Row in LA. She has participated in both domestic and international missionary work in Compton, Ferguson, Baltimore, New York, Nigeria, Senegal, Haiti and the Gambia.
Omarosa received her masters at Howard University and is currently completing her first year of law school at Southern University Law Center. She is the Vice President of Development at Self Made TV.