Omarosa Manigault Biography- Director of communications for Public Liaison in White House

Synopsis

Manigault is an actress, known for The Apprentice (2004), Battle of the Network Reality Stars (2005) and The Eric Andre New Year’s Eve Spooktacular (2012). During the Clinton Administration as a scheduling correspondent, Omarosa served in the office of then-Vice President Al Gore. Manigault enrolled to pursue a Doctor of Ministry degree at the United Theological Seminary in Ohio in 2009. Manigault received a preacher’s license and was working at Payne Theological Seminary for finishing her degree as of February 2012.

In 2014, Manigault was the candidate for District 1 seat on the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education in California Manigault served as the vice chair of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump. In 2016, Omarosa joined Donald Trump’s Presidential Campaign 2016 as the director of African-American outreach.

Currently she works in the White House as the director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison in the Trump administration.

Early Year

Omarosa Manigault was born on February 15, 1974, in Youngstown, Ohio, USA as Omaroseonee O. Manigault.  Manigault received her Bachelor’s Degree from Central State University and Master’s Degree from Howard University. Manigault Spent two years in the Clinton administration working at various positions.

In 2000, Manigault married Aaron H. Stallworth but unfortunately they were separated in 2005 and later divorced. Manigault appeared on the 1st season of a television show featuring Trump named as “The Apprentice” In 2010, Manigault went for her Doctor of Divinity (D.D.) degree at a local seminary in order to become a practicing minister. In 2013, Manigault was dating Michael Clarke Duncan who was suffering from Heart attack and died on Sep 3, 2012.

In 2013, Manigault became an ordained Baptist minister after appearing on a number of reality television. Manigault as an assistant pastor at the Weller Street Missionary Baptist Church began her religious work in Los Angeles, California.

Television career

In 2004, after becoming a participant on The Apprentice of NBC’s reality TV Series, starring business mogul Donald Trump, Omarosa came to public attention. From her participation in the first season of The Apprentice, Omarosa has appeared on more than 19 other reality shows, including NBC’s Fear Factor, VH1’s fifth season of The Surreal Life, and Oxygen’s prank show Girls Behaving Badly. Omarosa has also been a guest on several talk shows.

Omarosa was invited to the first season of Celebrity Apprentice, Apprentice’s sequel show in 2008. On the 10th episode of the season, Omarosa was fired in the 10th episode. Omarosa raised $49,000 in total for her charity. Omarosa and Donald Trump collaborated again to create a new dating show on TV One called The Ultimate Merger in 2010. Omarosa returned by appearing on Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars on The Apprentice and to television in 2013.

Donald Trump presidential Campaign, 2016

In early 2016, Manigault as vice chair of the National Diversity Coalition began working in support of Donald Trump’s Presidential Campaign. Manigault was named the director of African American outreach for the Trump campaign in early July 2016. Manigault said that she is very happy to take up that cause for Donald Trump and surrounded by people who want to see Trump as next President of the U.S. who are African- American, in an interview with MSNBC.