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Kristine, 37, a self-described "Army brat," was born in Frankfurt, Germany and grew up primarily in Hawaii and Colorado. She received her bachelor's degree in criminology at Metropolitan State College of Denver, and modeled in Miami and Milan to help pay for law school at Florida's Nova Southeastern University. She has represented some of the biggest names in entertainment and in the sports community, including Shaquille O'Neal, Dan Marino, the Staples Center in Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Kings. In her current job at a high-profile Los Angeles law firm, she handles sports and entertainment licensing as well as mergers and acquisitions. In her spare time, Kristine enjoys surfing and hiking with her husband, Ludovic Lefebvre, the former executive chef at two of L.A.'s famed restaurants, L'Orangerie and Bastide, and once named one of the top 50 chefs in the world. She says, "I should be the next Apprentice because I bring an unmatched unique combination of real world business experience, education, and life experiences that have taught me to balance and weigh all sides of any business situation."

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She should have been fired. All that crap she said about how God isn't going to help Muna. I wish she would've had to eat her own words.

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Several people on the NBC message boards felt she got a raw deal last night because she was fired for forgetting a number. That was just a long line of mistakes she had made. While Derek and Marissa were held responsible for poor marketing in the Pollo Loco task, she was the one who designed a product that (according to Ivanka and DT) was not marketable to the regular customers at Pollo Loco by adding the Mango and Pineapple salsa (?). She was not called out on it in the Boardroom. As PM for the Soft Scrub task, she should have supervised the shooting more closely and realized that things weren't going well and replaced Muna. I think it was these other mistakes that helped contribute to her firing.

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