Did you know that African American business consultant Randal Pinkett is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha? Pinkett is pledged Alpha Phi Alpha through the Kappa Phi Lambda Chapter and is a current member of the Theta Psi Lambda Chapter of the fraternity.
Pinkett was born in Philidelphia, Pennsylvania, and earned his BS in electrical engineering from Rutgers University. The degree he earned at Rutgers was the first of his five degrees. He is also a Rhodes Scholar and Walter Byers Scholar. He is most known for being the first African American to win the US version of The Apprentice.
After he left the show, Pinkett continued as chairman and CEO of BCT Partners. He also entered politics and continued to reappear on later versions of the show.
Pinkett is the author of the book Black Faces in High Places
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