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The Recap: BAM Book Jam with Arlan Hamilton

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Here's what we covered.

On September 23, our BAM Book Jam featured "It's About Damn Time," a memoir written by Arlan Hamilton, founder and managing partner of Backstage Capital. Arlan answered questions about her journey from food stamps to Fast Company for 60 minutes straight, so make sure you check out the recording below. Thank you to everyone for your questions and participation!

Let's go live.

Here are some of the top BAM Book Jam tweets and words of advice from Arlan Hamilton. If you want the full scoop, check out the recording of the webinar above. 

Arlan Hamilton of Backstage Capital


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