Muna - Season 6
JOB: Family Law Litigator
HOME: Manville, Jamaica
Muna, 28, was born and raised on the island of Jamaica. She earned an academic scholarship to attend Penn State University, where she received a bachelor of arts degree.
She focused on international trade law at McGill University Faculty of Law, earning degrees in both common and civil law.
With a passion for world travel, Muna has studied abroad in France, Spain and Belgium, and speaks fluently in English, Spanish and French.
An accomplished equestrian, Muna has also competed internationally in equestrian show jumping in Jamaica, Panama, Guatemala, France and Canada.
She currently works for a New York agency that litigates family law matters.
In her spare time, Muna enjoys dancing, learning how to play the piano and reading in French and Spanish.
She says she should be the next Apprentice because her "background in international trade and foreign languages run in tandem with the Trump Organization's increasingly global integration."
Did she study law at the McGill University in Montreal?
Originally Posted by fluff;2181756;
I get a "princess" vibe from her and I'd love to see if she's really all that. I think she'll be entertaining to watch.
Looks better on the TV than the photo.
I strongly agree with you.
Originally Posted by Bearcata;2198833;
I'll be rooting for her as a fellow Penn State grad.
FYI, she graduated PSU in 2000 with degrees in biology and French.
I was really liking her, almost as much as Heidi, until she waffled a bit in the boardroom and went on with that "she's a good leader, but" crap in reference to Jenn.
Trump doesn't appreciate people who act nice just for the sake of appearances. And neither do I.
She's smart, but she's got to stop that.
I haven't kept up too well with this show-like most Americans. This woman reaally irritated me last night. It was cool she did the spanish though.
I know this is not nice to say, but I can't stand her voice. I would go crazy if I had to live with her and work with her...
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