Brande Roderick started her first company in 2000 called She-Ra Productions, a film and television production company. She also manages two other companies including Financiallyhung.com. Financiallyhung.com started out as an idea for a t-shirt, which then grew to the idea of using the name for a professional social network.
In addition to "The Celebrity Apprentice," Roderick will be starring in a new reality show with Brooke Burke and Tracy Bingham called "Flirty 30's," a mix between "Sex and the City" and "Desperate Housewives." Most recently, she guest starred in "The Game," on the CW Network. Roderick also hosts a show on the Reelz Channel called "What I Learned From the Movies." Additionally, Roderick has recently held supporting roles in several movies including "The Nanny Diaries" starring Scarlett Johansson, "Starsky & Hutch," "Dracula II" and "Hood of Horror" starring alongside Snoop Dog. Roderick will be playing for the charity, CPYC – California Police Youth Charities.
Brande's charity is the California Police Youth Charities (CPYC)
PERSONAL CONNECTION: Brande is a celebrity advisor for CPYC, which provides programs run by positive role models, for at-risk kids in California. Along with her husband, former Denver Bronco and two-time Superbowl winner Glenn Cadrez, Brande runs a CPYC program in San Diego. Brande and Glenn plan activities with at-risk kids, such as taking them to football games and barbecues. Brande is dedicated to the CPYC, because through sharing her time and energy with the kids, she sees first-hand the impact of the program.