JIS News

Twenty-eight year old Jamaican, Muna Haven, will appear on season six of the popular NBC reality show, ‘The Apprentice,’ which will premier on January 7.
During the show, which is hosted by billionaire real estate tycoon, Donald Trump, Muna, along with 17 other professionals, will compete for a chance to be hired by the Trump organization, earning a six-figure salary.
Born in Mandeville, Muna is the daughter of businessman Trevor Haven. She earned an academic scholarship to Pennsylvania State University, where she received a bachelor of arts degree in French and a bachelor of science in biology, with a minor in international studies.
She later attended McGill University where she studied international trade law, earning degrees in both common and civil law. Muna has also studied in France, Spain and Belgium and speaks Spanish and French fluently.
The young attorney, who practices family law in New York, told JIS News that she wanted to be on the show, “to challenge myself in a way I haven’t before; I want to push myself beyond my personal limit.”
She noted further that she would be a good fit for the Trump organization, “because my background in international trade and foreign languages run in tandem with Trump’s organization increasingly global integration”.
The show will be aired on Sundays from 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

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