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Sean Yazbeck

Sean Yazbeck
Born 1972 (age 43–44)
London, England
Education BA (Hons) First Class Southampton Solent University
Occupation Entrepreneur, professional speaker, writer
Website .com.wavsyswww

Sean Yazbeck (born 1972) is the winner of the fifth season (2006) of Donald Trump's reality show, The Apprentice. He was selected to appear on the The Apprentice because he had been awarded the EB-1 visa green card for "persons of extraordinary ability".[1][2] Yazbeck is also the recipient of the 2014 'British Entrepreneur of The Year Award' from the British Government Department, UKTI.[3]

Contents

  • Business 1
  • Personal life 2
  • Apprentice Season 5 3
  • See also 4
  • Footnotes 5
  • External links 6

Business

As winner of World Wildlife Fund. For winning the final task and being "hired" as Trump's apprentice, Yazbeck chose to oversee the Trump SoHo, with a starting contract time of one year and a yearly salary exceeding $250,000. He was also given a new Pontiac G6 hardtop convertible, mirroring Kendra Todd's reward of a Pontiac Solstice. Yazbeck returned as a boardroom judge on The Apprentice 6 (2007), and hosted his own show, Reality Trailblazers, on the TV Guide Channel. He also appeared on Miss Universe (as a judge), Live with Regis and Kelly, MTV Video Music Awards, 1 vs. 100, Soap Talk, Identity and MTV's From G's to Gents.[8]

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ [1] NBCNews.com (accessed 17 April 2013)
  2. ^ [2] USCIS.com (accessed 17 April 2013)
  3. ^ a b c [3] tmcnet.com (accessed 11 March 2014)
  4. ^ a b Inc 500 Company Profile –Wavsys (2011). [4] Inc.com (accessed 25 August 2011).
  5. ^ Inc 500 Company Profile –Wavsys (2011). [5] Inc.com (accessed 25 August 2011).
  6. ^ [6] Fortune Magazine (accessed 5 September 2015).
  7. ^ a b [7] Haute Living Magazine (accessed 5 September 2015).
  8. ^ a b IMDB Filmography(2009). [8] IMDB.com (accessed 11 March 2014).
  9. ^ (2009). [9] Scan of Sean Yazbeck's Kentucky Colonel Certificate (accessed 7 June 2009).

External links

  • Sean Yazbeck at the Internet Movie Database
  • The Apprentice Yahoo! Bio
  • The Apprentice NBC Bio
  • Sean Yazbeck's Faculty Bio at Trump University
  • at NBC.comThe Apprentice – Where Are They Now?
  • WAVSYS Website
Preceded by
Randal Pinkett
The Apprentice Winners
Season 5
Succeeded by
Stefanie Schaeffer
. He won more tasks than any other candidate, was unbeaten as Project Manager on The Apprentice Yazbeck was the first non-American to be selected to appear on the

Apprentice Season 5

[7], proclaimed June 20th as “Sean Yazbeck Day” in Miami-Dade County. Carlos Álvarez (mayor), Miami-Dade County, Florida In 2006, the then Mayor of [9] on Yazbeck, "in recognition of noteworthy accomplishments and outstanding service to the nation."Kentucky Colonel, bestowed the honorary title of Steve Beshear In 2008, in reference to his charity work with "Voices for Children", the Governor of Kentucky, [8][3] Yazbeck was born and raised in London, England. He attended

Personal life

[6], Yazbeck credited Trump's mentoring saying, "I learnt a lot of things from Mr. Trump [including] do something you love and do something you know."Fortune (magazine) In a 2015 interview with [5] as The Apprentice.Donald Trump Yazbeck has said in interviews that his business successes have been due in part to lessons learned from [4][3] As of 2014, Wavsys is an 'Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Company in America', employing more than 500 US employees and providing over $100 Million of services across the US, UK, Canada and the EU.[4]

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