Elizabeth Jarosz is an American businesswoman, entrepreneur, interviewer, host, speaker and actress best known as one of the candidates on the second season of the reality competition television series The Apprentice, from 2004-2005.
Elizabeth has more than 30 Fortune 500 companies and over 40 multi-million dollar brands relying on her to help them develop creative ideas to build their businesses.
Elizabeth currently owns and runs Pulse40, a successful consulting firm where she pioneered a unique interviewing process. With products ranging from laundry detergent to movies, you might recognize much of her work on TV today.
Elizabeth graduated with a 4.0 from The University of Michigan Business School where she was recognized as an Angell Scholar, received the Branstorm Prize, and was ranked in the top 1% of the nation for academic excellence and leadership.
Elizabeth's professional foundation began when she was hired by Procter & Gamble Brand Management, and very quickly became a highly successful Brand Manager.
Fun facts most people don't know about Elizabeth are: she's a published poet, state champion basketball player, avid Salsa dancer, motivational speaker, and an award-winning short film director.