Jaz Ampaw-Farr is a candidate on the ninth series of The Apprentice.
Age: 41; Occupation: Literacy and Education Company Director; Lives: Milton Keynes, UK
Married mother-of-three Jaz began her career as a teacher and is passionate about children’s education and learning.
She believes her strengths to be her tenacity and determination, while her weakness is that she has no time for those that don’t share her business vision.
Her interests include stand-up comedy and lifestyle photography.
She says: “I’m half machine. I can process things at a speed that is out of this world!”
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