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George H. Ross Biography
George H. Ross is executive vice president and senior counsel of the Trump Organization. George is best known as one of Donald Trump’s two advisors on the NBC reality television program The Apprentice; Carolyn Kepcher was the other.
On the program, Ross monitored the progress of the contestants and assisted Trump in determining who should be “fired.”
George H. Ross Education
Ross attended Stuyvesant High School and afterward, he joined the U.S. Army as a cryptanalyst for one year. He then attended Clemson University and Brooklyn College where he received a B.A. Ross then earned his law degree from Brooklyn Law School.
In 1953, he was admitted to practice in New York State. After he passed the bar, he worked in the litigation department for Dreyer & Traub. In 1954, Ross became the in-house counsel for Goldman DeLorenzo (founded by Sol Goldman and Alex DiLorenzo).
Between 2000 and 2005, he was in the supervisory council (Aufsichtsrat) of TD Trump Deutschland AG, planning to purchase or build a Trump Tower in Germany.
George H. Ross Age
Ross was born on January 6, 1928 in Brooklyn, New York, United States.
George H. Ross Family
Ross was born to a Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York and grew up in the Bronx. His father died when he was 16 years old.
George H. Ross Wife
Ross is married to Billie Ross and together they have two children: Nancy Ross and Stephanie Ross and three grandchildren. He is of the Jewish faith and they reside in Hewlett Harbor.
Ross enjoys tennis and golf, and teaches courses in negotiation and real estate transactions at New York University.
George H. Ross Books
Ross is the author of three books, Trump Strategies For Real Estate, Trump-Style Negotiation and Trump Style Negotiation.