|Education||BS, Business Administration / Finance (University of California, Berkeley)
M.B.A., Finance and Marketing (University of California, Los Angeles)
|Children||Kaelie Joyce (b. 2007)|
Dawna Stone is the founder and publisher of Women's Running magazine, aimed towards real women athletes. She was hired by Martha Stewart on The Apprentice: Martha Stewart, which ran during the fall of 2005. Stone accepted Martha's job offer within Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia during the live series finale in New York on December 21, 2005.
The Apprentice: Martha Stewart
Stone was one of the few contestants in the show to have a spotless record as Project Manager, winning every time during her three turns as PM.
Working with a background in independent niche magazine publishing, Stone served throughout 2006 as Vice President of Business Development for MSLO's recently acquired magazine, Body + Soul. This position came with a one-year, US$250,000 introductory contract.
At the end of the year she was given the opportunity to extend her time with MSLO with performance-based pay raises on her starting yearly salary, but she decided to go back to Florida and continue running Her Sports.
On September 18, 2007, Stone gave birth to daughter Kaelie Joyce.
|The Apprentice Winners
Martha Stewart Series
|This biographical article related to television in the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
|This article about an American businessperson born in the 1960s is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|