Omarosa talks Reality Show Money, Trump N-Word, Being Called a Sellout, and Legacy!
Updated: Nov 16
Servant leader, educator, military chaplain, mentor and friend are just a few of the divine assignments that the Honorable Omarosa Manigault Newman has embraced in her life. Omarosa Manigault Newman currently serves as the head of the Faith and Family ministries at the Sanctuary at Mt. Calvary Church in Jacksonville, Florida. In 2015 she was endorsed by the Baptist Ministers Conference and was commissioned first lieutenant in the California State Military Reserves as a Chaplain for Southern Regional Command at Los Alamitos Joint Training Base. She previously served as Assistant Pastor of Weller Street Mission- ary Baptist Church in Los Angeles, California for nearly a decade. In this role she was an integral part of the Skid Row outreach min- istries which focused on at-risk youth and homelessness. Addi- tionally, she has worked on behalf of the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, the Positive Vibrations program in Compton, CA and the Fred Jordan Mission, on Skid Row in LA. She has participated in both domestic and international missionary work in Ferguson, Nigeria, Senegal, Haiti and the Gambia. Her passion for knowledge and truth has enabled her to speak to audiences around the world. Most recently she was honored to lecture at Oxford University, Cambridge University, Harvard University and Temple University. During a pilgrimage to Israel she was given the distinct honor to deliver a moving sermon in the holy land where she was also baptized in the Jordan River. Omarosa currently serves as an adjunct professor in the How- ard University School of Business executive education pro- gram. She previously served as Director of Research and Ed- ucation for the National Visionary Leadership Project in Washington, DC. Omarosa has a political career that spans two decades. She has served in the White House for two US presidents. She vice chaired the African American Leadership finance council and was a member of the political National Diversity Coalition. Rev. Omarosa received her Bachelor’s Degree from Central State University in Ohio and was inducted in the CSU Hall of Fame in 2006. She received her Master’s Degree from Howard University and she is ABD in her Doctoral Studies also at Howard University. She is currently completing her D.Min at Andersonville Theological Seminary, Georgia.