Ramona Singer net worth: Ramona Singer is an entrepreneur and reality television star who has a net worth of $18 million. Ramona Singer accumulated her net worth through her career as the owner of RMS Fashions, as a creator of her own skin care line Tru Renewal, as well as her line of Ramona Singer Jewelry for the Home Shopping Network. Her other businesses include (along with husband Mario) True Faith Jewelry and the Ramona Singer Collection on Amazon. She has even created her own wine, a 100 % Pinot Grigio wine from Italy, Ramona Pinot Grigio.
Ramona Singer was born in South Hampton, New York, and has three younger siblings. She attended the Fashion Institute of Technology, and soon after graduating, became employed as a buyer for Macys, and from there, she worked with The French Connection and Calvin Klein, in the wholesale clothing business. She has had great success in her business endeavors and has been notice for her work, by Women's Wear Daily, People Magazine and more, including, Fox Business.
Ramona and her husband, Mario Singer, have been married for over eighteen years and have a teenage daughter, Avery. They love to spend time together, and just recently took a trip to the Caribbean to have a nice little family vacation, before the fourth season of Real Housewives begun. Ramona, and her family spent their time snorkeling, para sailing, scuba diving and more. According to Ramona, they had the most fantastic time and spent every minute of the day together. Ramona, Mario and Avery enjoy their family vacations, and in 2010 took a week together in Newport, Rhode Island where they spent a week on a yacht, and enjoyed jet skiing, wave boarding and plenty of sight seeing. They've also traveled to Africa, and enjoyed all the beautiful sights of Zambia, Okvango Delta. This definitely had to be a vacation to remember.
Ramona's not the only Singer who has entered the public scene with a bang. Daughter, Avery is a celebrity correspondent for Teen.com. Ramona donates a portion of her proceeds from the wine business to help provide shelters for domestic violence victims. She knows first hand how domestic violence tears families apart. As a child she saw her mother being abused and at that time there were no safe houses for battered wives and children. Ramona is involved in several other charity programs, especially charities related to children and their health, education and welfare.