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Kelly Perdew (Kelly Crawford Perdew) is an American businessman and winner of The Apprentice 2. He is famously known for his best work in giving out the…

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Kelly Perdew Biography

Kelly Perdew (Kelly Crawford Perdew) is an American businessman and winner of The Apprentice 2. He is famously known for his best work in giving out the best services in his businesses that made him win an award.

Kelly Perdew Age

Kelly Perdew was born on January 29, 1967, in Lexington, Kentucky United States. He was born in Lexington, Kentucky but he was raised in Florida and Wyoming. He is 52 years old as of 2019.

Kelly Perdew Net worth

Kelly Perdew earns his income from his businesses and from other related organizations. He also earns his income from his work as a businessman. He has an estimated net worth of $ 6 million dollars as of 2019.

Kelly Perdew Education

Kelly Perdew graduated from UCLA School of Law and he later joined the University of California, Los Angeles. He attended the United States Military Academy at West Point, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in national security and public affairs in 1989, graduating as the number one ranked cadet in his field of study and in the top 5% of his overall class.

Kelly Perdew Before The Apprentice

Kelly Perdew won the show, he was president of CoreObjects, a software development outsourcing company based in Los Angeles. After West Point, Perdew went on to receive Ranger and Airborne training. In addition to his regular studies at West Point, Perdew interned with the House Armed Services Committee, spent a semester on “exchange” at the Naval Academy, and was a finalist in the Rhodes Scholar competition. He served in the United States Army as a military intelligence officer for three years.

After his honorable discharge as a First Lieutenant, Perdew attended graduate schools at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), earning a joint JD/MBA degree from the UCLA School of Law and the UCLA Anderson School of Management, respectively, in 1995. He chose not to practice law after graduation, although during law school he worked part-time at the firm of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher.

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Kelly Perdew During the show

Perdew was 37 when participating in The Apprentice 2 and was the oldest candidate on the show.

He was eventually chosen by Donald Trump to be his apprentice, nominally managing the construction of Trump Place located in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York but in reality promoting it.

It was also revealed in The Apprentice 3 finale that Perdew was an executive vice-president for Trump’s brand of bottled water, Trump Ice.

Kelly Perdew Current career

Kelly Perdew is the Managing Partner for Moonshots Capital an early-stage angel syndicate. He has personally invested in over 30 early-stage technology companies and acted as a board member or advisor to many including LinkedIn and Pandora.

He is the founder & CEO at TargetClose. Prior to founding TargetClose, he was the CEO of Fastpoint Games, a venture-backed leading developer of live data-driven games for the fortune 500 brand set. Fastpoint Games sold to WePlay in December 2011.

Prior to Fastpoint Games, he was President of ProElite.com, a social networking site for mixed martial arts. He was also the President of eTeamz with founder Brian Johnson that is now a part of Active Network, LLC and serving over 3 million amateur sports teams.

Perdew filmed nine episodes of a show called G.I Factory on the Military Channel, which did not get picked up for a second series. He has also done a commercial titled “Today’s Military” with Donald Trump, involving him accepting a “military challenge” from him. You can also read Peter Lanfer 

He is also the author of taking Command: 10 Leadership Principles Learned in the Military And Put To Work For Donald Trump (ISBN 1596980001) The book focuses on leadership principles that are necessary for success in business and life and includes interviews with business/military icons such as Ross Perot, Bill Coleman, and Roger Staubach.

He founded the company called American Family Protection, Inc. to provide government-approved training modules to U.S. families on how to respond to a terrorist attack. The interactive CD is called the Terrorist Attack Survival Kit.

In June 2006, Perdew received a Presidential Appointment from President George W. Bush to the Council on Service and Civic Participation. He serves on the board of advisors of the Code of Support Foundation, a nonprofit military service organization.

Kelly Perdew Season II Winner and CEO of Rotohog.com

Kelly Perdew evolves in the fantasy gaming space which has more and more into the mainstream, no one is more positioned to be a leader and innovator in the space than RotoHog.com Chief Executive Officer, Kelly Perdew.

Kelly’s entrepreneurial experience and vision, as well as his track record of success, puts him in a very unique position in a space that most media experts see as emerging as a viable, long term financial investment in the sports and entertainment world.

Rotohog.com, an industry leader in the creation of fantasy sports platforms for leagues, portals and major media companies like the NBA (official fantasy basketball game provider), Pro Football Weekly (commissioner and exchange football games) and Brazil’s ClicRBS (the largest online fantasy soccer game in the country) has quickly carved its spot in a crowded field under Perdew’s guidance.

The former Army Ranger is one of the veterans in the relatively new fantasy activation space, and his track record of delivering successful results with solid start-up planning is almost unparalleled in the business. Prior to taking the reins at RotoHog.com, Perdew turned two start-ups, one in the grassroots sports area and one in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts, into the leaders of their genre.

First, as president of the largest amateur sports portal on the web eteamz.com, he oversaw the strategic build of a company which addressed the needs of recreational athletes and teams to connect and is now serving more than three million amateur sports teams as part of Active Networks.

He has also served as the president of ProElite.com; he created an online social network that was among the most innovative in the highly popular sport of MMA. Under his leadership, ProElite, Inc. raised over $40M, including $5M from CBS, inked a three-year exclusive deal with Showtime for airing its fights and televised the first network primetime MMA fight on CBS.

Although known to the public mainly as the winner of the second season of the NBC hit TV show “The Apprentice,” and as the author of the critically-acclaimed book “Take Command, 10 Leadership Principles I Learned in the Military and Put to Work for Donald Trump,” Kelly’s real success has been behind the scenes, building and managing forward-thinking and innovative emerging brands.

In addition to his three successful digital ventures, he has been a Manager at Deloitte Consulting in the Braxton Strategy Practice and served in the US Army as a Military Intelligence Officer and Airborne Ranger. He has also held numerous leadership positions in such companies as the Trump Organization, CoreObjects Software, K12 Productions, and eteamz.com.

Perdew has a BS from the US Military Academy, West Point, a JD from the UCLA School of Law, and an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA. He also hosted a show on the Military Channel called “GI Factory,” and is a celebrity spokesperson for Big Brothers/Sisters and The National Guard Youth Challenge Program. Kelly received a Presidential Appointment to the President’s Council on Civic Participation and Service in June 2006. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

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