Baruch Alum Daniel Brody Competes on Trump's The Apprentice

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"Daniel Brody, a 1999 Baruch MBA-Mt. Sinai graduate and a 1996 graduate of Yeshiva college, will appear as a contestant on the immensely popular series "The Apprentice" on NBC-TV, starting Monday, Feb. 27. A natural entrepreneur, Mr. Brody returned to campus when he took over ownership of a neighborhood fixture, Grandma's Cookie Jar, from 1999-2002. He is founder of Brody Sport, a designer brand of activewear, and holds multiple patents for unusual gadgets he invented. While an undergraduate he worked at a home for mentally and physically challenged adults. After graduating, Mr. Brody earned an MBA from Baruch College while working full-time at Marriott International where he rose to Property Controller within a few short years. Nearly 600,000 people apply to be contestants on "The Apprentice" and Mr. Brody is looking forward to working with Mr. Trump. To follow Daniel's progress on the program, log on to his Web site, www.danielbrody.com."
"Bio" www.danielbrody.com (2/22/06)