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Amanda Butterfield One of the youngest candidates on this season's Apprentice is from Utah. Audrey Evans has only a high school diploma from Taylorsville High. But her lack of formal education hasn't hurt her, she's already had lots of business experience.
In a room full of men, twice, maybe three times her age, 22-year old Audrey Evans doesn't seem to notice. She's assistant to Gary M Huntsman, president of Huntsman Associates; hired on at only 20-years old. Helping in the sales of million dollar homes, Gary says adding her to his team was one of the best decisions he ever made.
Gary M Huntsman, Huntsman & Associates: “She just emulates life , business success and motivation.”
Audrey Evans:: “I think that the biggest thing about me is I'm fearless. I don't care if I suck, lose or am wrong. I'm here to learn.”
Likely the same characteristics producers of The Apprentice saw in Audrey and why they picked her out of thousands.
So how excited is Audrey about this once in a lifetime chance? She's can't talk about it.
Gary M Huntsman: “She's held complete confidentiality so I don't even know what she's done.”
Even Gary had to sign a confidentiality agreement with NBC, so did her mom, and husband.
Gary M Huntsman:"She can't say anything she's been doing.”
How she fares in the show is a secret she's got to keep to herself. And if she makes it to the final two, even Audrey won't know if she's the chosen one because Donald picks his Apprentice live.
So in the meantime she'll continue assisting in the sales of homes in the valley, Apprentice to Gary.
Gary M Huntsman: "Everything that's been in my head, she's tried to extract and that's made her very intelligent.”
Making her equal to men that have been in the real estate business longer then she's been alive.
Audrey will be able to talk to the media once she is fired, or hired by Donald Trump. She's also working on a non-profit organization for high school students to help them find their dream job.