Producer: Show Runner/EP -- create and oversee first season of seriesModel Latina, where young women use their beauty and brains to accomplish their goals (Top Model meets Apprentice meets Latin culture).Show Producer, The Apprentice, 5 seasons. Produced 1st episode EVER of that series (and many more after that); garnered a record (at the time) 19 million viewers on the premiere. Our finale beat CSI that week.Associate Show Producer on "Amazing Race." Our episode 311: Vietnam won that franchise's first Emmy ever and since then, they never seem to lose!Producer on the only 2 seasons of "The Colony" for Discovery -- the 'social experiment' aspect to the show intrigued me the most. 10 strangers survive the Apocalypse and must 'build' their way out. Part-Survivor (food rationing, losing weight, psychological stress), the similarities end there. This was no game show.Part-Mad Max meets "The Road (Cormac McCarthy's novel), the social experiment side came in via well-orchestrated events designed to keep them on their toes, creating a more realistic environment, where they knew they would be attacked by bad guys seeking to steal their goods (this is post-Apocalyptic, after all!) to encounters with the 'outside' world (traders, messengers, militants & opportunists) -- to see how we react, as humans. All while building things you need to survive like water filters and improving your shelter, etc.This is probably the series of which, creatively, I am most proud.Consulting Producer on "Bar Rescue" season 1. Assisted story team after being called in as a fixer. Brought dimension and structure to the story, worked within the team and the show got picked up for a second season. Must have done something right.