Meet Amy Henry, the Star of NBC's "The Apprentice"


Connections 2014

As the thought leader in MBA recruiting, MBA Focus hosts an annual Connections Conference where the leading business schools and employers gather to debate issues, share best practices, and participate in moderated discussions on key topics in the industry. And this year, you'll have a chance to meet Amy Henry, the star of NBC's The Apprentice, at Connections 2014.

An estimated 27 million viewers watched Amy Henry in action as the "last woman standing" on NBC's hit business reality show, The Apprentice. Since then, she has appeared on The Today Show, The Tonight Show, Larry King Live, The View, Fox News, MSNBC, CNBC and numerous other television and radio outlets, speaking about strategies on how to move up in today's workplace. Amy Henry has developed her own consulting company and is a sought-after public speaker, workshop leader and business consultant. She is also the author of the highly praised book, What It Takes: Speak Up, Step Up, Move Up, where she shares her secrets and in-your-face advice for success in the modern workplace.

At Connections, Amy will be presenting a keynote address on women in the workplace based on her experiences on TV, her consulting career, and her time at the Texas Christian University (TCU) Neeley School of Business where she earned her MBA. Interested in meeting Amy Henry and hearing her presentation? Connections 2014 is only open to our corporate and school partners! Go to today for more information.



Lauren Kleban

Lauren joined MBA Focus in the summer of 2013, to help plan, produce, and implement both industry and product-related communications. Primarily responsible for copywriting, Lauren creates consistent and strategic messaging throughout marketing and sales material. By applying creative marketing concepts, she helps MBA Focus to build and maintain its brand, while promoting its exclusive network, recruitment technology, and career management tools. Lauren graduated from The Ohio State University in 2013, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a specialization in Marketing.

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