San Diego, CA
Supply Chain Consultant
From the official site:
Stephanie, 29, grew up in Tempe, Arizona with a close-knit family. She attended Arizona State University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in Supply Chain Management (ASU's prestigious Business Program). She is currently part of a Fortune 500 Supply Chain Organization, where she is identified as one of the top Supply Chain Consultants. Her business savvy, loyalty, integrity and strong negotiating skills have led her to successful inventory management programs, phenomenal client satisfaction and outstanding results in multi-million dollar contract negotiations. Her expertise is in Information Technology Outsourcing and Human Resource Outsourcing.
How do you define success?
The most successful people I have ever met are those who have a passion for their endeavors (whether personal or professional) and who pursue that passion with confidence and commitment. I believe in order to be truly successful, one must receive personal gratification from their efforts. Otherwise, the task has a debilitating, rather than a complimentary, effect.
What have you learned from watching previous seasons of The Apprentice?
In order to be successful, I must embrace constructive criticism and listen to others when they are communicating to me. One can learn a lot by effective listening and simple observations. Further, it is important for women to effectively work together. Gossip and cattiness are counterproductive and detrimental. Above all, women must maintain their integrity and work together to break through the glass ceiling.
Why should you be the next Apprentice?
I am loyal, business savvy, and a strong negotiator. I always get what I want and I never take "no" for an answer. My youth and enthusiasm will bring a fresh and exciting perspective to any Trump business organization in which I am involved. I look forward to the challenge!