Jamaican, Muna Heaven, on Trump’s ‘Apprentice’

Muna Heaven, a 28-year-old Jamaican-born attorney from New Jersey has been named among the eighteen candidates for the sixth edition of Donald Trump NBC reality show, ‘The Apprentice. Muna has studied abroad in France, Spain and Belgium, and speaks fluently in English, Spanish and French. She is an accomplished equestrian and has competed internationally in equestrian show jumping in Jamaica, Panama, Guatemala, France and Canada. She currently works for a law firm in New York that litigates family law matters. Heaven is graduate of Penn State University and the McGill University Faculty of Law, where she earned degrees in French, biology and common law and civil law.

The Apprentice 6 will premiere on NBC on January 7 at 9:30 PM ET/PT. The 18 contestant will complete for the title of “The Apprentice” and the career opportunity working for the legendary business tycoon, Donald Trump.