Roxanne Wilson is a television host, radio and podcast personality, fitness professional, appellate attorney, author, well-traveled speaker, corporate trainer, and season five contestant of NBC’s The Apprentice, gaining rave reviews from President-Elect Donald Trump.

Roxanne started her career clerking for the Supreme Court of Texas. Her childhood dream was to become a United States Supreme Court Justice. However, after practicing appellate law at a big Austin firm, Roxanne realized that her dreams had changed. She took a leap of faith and competed on the hit NBC reality TV show, The Apprentice with President Donald Trump. Roxanne was the first African-American woman to ever compete in the final four on the show.

On the heels of The Apprentice, Roxanne authored Footprints In The Boardroom, an insider’s look at The Apprentice depicting how modern believers use their faith to overcome business challenges.

Roxanne is a speaker, who is sought after by women’s organizations, faith groups, colleges and universities, and young professional organizations. Roxanne inspires and challenges listeners to take chances and reach for the star within.

Roxanne went on to host iHeartMedia’s Family Friendly Mornings radio show in Austin, Texas before returning to Television. This time, Roxanne joined the home shopping network, the Liquidation Channel where she quickly became the channel’s premiere host before taking on the position behind the camera as the international company’s Director of Sales and Production. She recently sold her Jazzercise Franchise and retired from Jazzercise after 15 years of inspiring her clients across the country to keep fit and have fun.

With her entrepreneurial spirit, Roxanne dove into direct sales through Rodan+Fields and quickly rose to the top 5% of the company. She currently trains an international team of consultants on finding and developing their “Why,” and translating that into grit that leads them to success in their business and beyond.

Roxanne has a Bachelors of Business Administration from Baylor University and a Law Degree from the University of Michigan Law School.

Having recently moved west to Orange County, California, Roxanne is currently a corporate trainer, public speaker and lover of the mild winter weather.