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March is Women’s History Month and The HBCU Podcast is celebrating with our “Phenomenal Woman” series. The series features 5 episodes dedicated to highlighting women who have made great strides in their respective career fields to achieve great success.
On this episode, we speak with Harriet Huell Lampkin. She’s a graduate of Claflin University. Harriet is an attorney and non-profit executive director. During this episode, we talk about her HBCU experience, mentorship, the business of law and giving.
For more information about Harriet Huell Lampkin, follow her on Twitter @AskAttyLampkin and Facebook @ Harriet Huell Lampkin. You can find more information about The Lampkin Law Firm at Facebook.com/LampkinLaw
“Claflin trained me to go anywhere… What my HBCU experience taught me was how to compete on any stage with anybody in the world.” - Harriet Lampkin, Esq.
- Importance of Mentorship [7:40]
- The business of Law [17:00]
- Living a life of giving and HBCU giving [21:45]