It’s very difficult to find an hour of Arlan Hamilton’s time — besides for running Backstage Capital, a VC firm “investing in underestimated founders,” she’s lately been the subject of countless high-profile interviews and features. Hamilton was featured on the cover of Fast Company‘s October issue, making her the first black woman who is neither an entertainer nor sports figure to do so. She’s also been profiled by Quartz, Inc, Money, and more. Most notably, Hamilton was the star of Startup podcast’s season 7, where she was referred to as “Silicon Valley’s most unlikely power broker.” Considering tech is one of…

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